30 years since the miners' strikes, a new exhibition in Barnsley tells the story of the struggle of women from pit villages.
Even more pictures of your little ones dressed up to celebrate World Book Day 2014.
You've been sending in your pictures of your little ones dressed up to celebrate World Book Day 2014
Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney will join fellow MPs today to take part in the annual Houses of Parliament pancake race, which will highlight the needs of people living with brain injury, mental health issues and a wide range of disabilities supported by Rehab's services.
The annual Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race between teams of MPs, the Lords and the media will take place at 10am in Westminster's Victoria Tower Gardens.
Having won in 2012 and 2013, the MPs team will be going all out to claim victory and make it a three-in-a-row.
A Leeds farm has welcomed its tiniest ever lamb to its numbers this month.
Arriving at a birth weight of just three-and-a-half pounds, the little Manx Loaghtan ewe lamb who is yet to be named, will now join her mother Izzy as one of just six rare Manx Loaghtan sheep at Home Farm, at Temple Newsam.
With approximately 150 lambs expected to be born between January and May of this year, Home Farm staff are guaranteed to be kept very busy over the upcoming weeks and months.
Woodside Wildlife & Falconry Park in Lincolnshire have brought in two new, rare cats.
Lynxes Issabelle and Linus arrived from Wuppertal Zoo in Germany on Wednesday night, and will be released into their new enclosure today.
They are two of only five in Europe and the only ones in the UK.
Lynxes are mid-sized cats, usually found in North American and Asia.
Flamingo Land have welcomed a new arrival in the form of a camel calf.
The youngster was born last Thursday to mum Abi and dad Baxter, but has yet to be named.
The two-humped Bactrian camels which are critically endangered and found in the Gobi desert in Asia. Despite there being numerous domesticated camels, the Bactrian camel population is less than 1,000, with around 600 individuals in China and 350 in Mongolia.