The crossbreed pups were left on a country lane in Kent last Friday.
Tommy's brothers say he was not playing any game and all the newspaper reports are wrong.
A High Court bid to try to end the misery for people living next to a giant mountain of builders' waste has ended in failure.
Two years on from the Games Makers at the London Olympics, there has been a surge in the number of people volunteering. People have donated more than one million hours of their time to community projects across the capital.
Gatwick Airport is getting ready for its busiest day of the year. Around 77,000 holiday makers are expected to pass through the departure gates tomorrow with Spain and Portugal some of the most popular destinations.
This weekend will also see around 290,000 passengers depart the airport and around 508,000 passengers in total that week, making it Gatwick's busiest week of the year.
The inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof takes place today, after the presenter and model was found dead at her home in Wrotham in Kent in April this year.
A toxicology test was undertaken in May and proved she had heroin in her system before she died- but the official cause of death has still not been discovered.
The inquest is due to begin at 10am at Gravesend Town Hall.
Parents will face prosecution if they fail to stop their daughter becoming a victim of female genital mutilation under new legislation to be unveiled by the Government at a summit in London.
A £1.4 million FGM Prevention Programme for survivors and those at risk of the practice are among a raft of plans to be announced by Prime Minister David Cameron at the Girl Summit, which is being co-hosted by the Government and Unicef.
Members of the RMT Union will begin voting for a new General Secretary today. The new boss of the National Union of Rail Maritime and Transport Workers will replace Bob Crow who died of a heart attack in March after 12 years in the job.
The ballot will remain open for the next two months.
Severe delays on the M25 mean that toll charges on the northbound Dartford Crossing have been suspended.
– Highways Agency
The A282 Northbound - Dartford Crossing - West Bore Tunnel is closed due to a multi vehicle RTC. There are long delays as a result of this incident.
All traffic is being diverted via the East Bore tunnel.
Please note that Toll charges for the A282 Northbound have currently been suspended.