Lincolnshire Trading Standards have seized illegal cigarettes and out of date foodsRead the full story ›
Hull Animal Welfare Trust has launched an appeal to raise £2,000 to care for an injured dog believed to have been used as bait in dog-fighting
The five-month-old French bulldog and pug cross, which they have named Hero, was found injured and abandoned in Pearson Park, West Hull, by a council dog warden. Injuries to his feet and legs were so severe he has been forced to wear bandages since and he's due to have an operation later this week to try to repair the damage.
Sarah Clark reports:
Police in Lincoln are appealing to find the owner of a husky that was found wandering the city.
The male was found on South Common at the weekend.
Officers say he is very friendly and full of energy, and appears to be trained as he is obedient.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting incident 263 of 25/01/2015.
The government has pledged more than £1.5 million to create the UK's first purpose-built marine observatory at Chapel St Leonards.
The fund will also replace Gibraltar Point's flood-damaged visitor centre.
Both will be open by the end of the year and are to be based on the images below:
You had better hop to the Great Yorkshire Show Ground this weekend, if you want to see a new take on the Grand National.
The Swedish rabbit jumping team are appearing at the the Burgess Premier Small Animal Show. The bunnies have been specially bred, and can jump as high as three feet.
According to organisers, they love to show jump and they hope the attraction will help owners to understand how much exercise pet rabbits need.
Tina Larsson from the Swedish rabbit jumping team and vet, Matthew Brash told ITV Calendar about what spectators could expect:
Swedish jumping rabbits are set to steal the show at today's Small Animal Show at the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate.
Speed and agility aren't words usually associated with the humble bunny, but these professional jumpers from Sweden are set to be the stars in the Grand National of the rabbit world. They first appeared at the show 2011, and four of the fluffy creatures will be back again today after two years away, due to popular demand.
The jumpers are just one of the attractions at the show, which takes place today and tomorrow and is organised by a small committee of dedicated volunteers. It is the largest small animal show in the country - with around 3,000 chinchillas, gerbils, hamsters, mice, rabbits and rats attending over two days.
This weekend sees the return of the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch, an initiative which encourages thousands around the UK to pick an hour over the weekend to discover wildlife in their gardens.
Budding bird watchers are encouraged to register in advance to get their free information pack, then take one hour to watch and record the number of birds in the garden or open space and submit the results.
The initiative has been taking place since 1979. Results enable the RSPB to monitor trends and understand how birds are doing and take steps to put them right.
For some, they are an integral part of life in our region's seaside towns. For others seagulls are an increasing nuisance which are bringing real harm to coastal communities.
Councillors in Scarborough and Whitby say it's now a problem that has to be dealt with and they have set up a special task force to tackle it.
They are only allowed to cull to the birds in exceptional circumstances, so now they are asking for the public's opinion on what to do next.
Chris Kiddey has the story:
A lost seal has been spotted 27 miles inland in Lincolnshire while it was fishing for food.
The seal was found at Low Locks, off the River Welland, near Deeping St James.
Normally found in the Wash, it is reported to have appeared in the Lincolnshire village during the last week.
The RSPCA believe the seal was following a dredger that was turning up fish and it is likely the easy meal is what has brought it inland.
A dog believed to be the "most overlooked" in Britain has been re-homed with a Whitby couple after spending seven years in a rescue centre.Read the full story ›