Former Army officer Sophie Faldo won The Great British Bake Off - but it's not news for many after judge spoiler.Read the full story ›
The UN weather agency warned that rapid cuts to greenhouse gases are needed to avoid 'dangerous temperature increases'.Read the full story ›
Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will pay the new £10 T-Charge, meaning a daily payment of £21.50 to enter central London.Read the full story ›
Explosives experts were called to the nuclear reprocessing site in Cumbria, to help deal with chemical substances.Read the full story ›
Look up to the sky this weekend, and you might catch sight of one of the greatest natural spectacles of the year: The Orionid meteor shower.Read the full story ›
Pollution claimed nine million lives in 2015, with air pollution from vehicles and factories accounting for 6.5m deaths, researchers found.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News correspondent Geraint Vincent
Insects make up two thirds of all animals on earth - but the numbers of all types of flying insect are in rapid decline, according to scientists in Germany.
They measured the total biomass of flying insects caught in tent traps in 63 protection areas across Germany over a period of 27 years, and discovered that it had declined by an average of 76%, and as much as 82% in mid-summer.
The dramatic declines occurred regardless of habitat type and could not be explained by weather changes, altered land use and environmental characteristics, scientists said.
The rising cost of clearing up a record number of illegally dumped items - which ranged from fridges animal carcasses - has been revealed.Read the full story ›
Boosting home energy efficiency, driving the take-up of electric cars and planting a new network of forests are among the outlined measures.Read the full story ›