A couple from Oxfordshire say they've saved nearly £900 after giving up supermarkets for a year. Here are their top tips to save cash
As part of our Text Santa campaign, Fred, Sangeeta and Simon went bag packing at a local supermarket.
They say a cat has nine lives - Norman from Ashford certainly does. His owners thought he'd died but then he returned from the dead.
This adorable picture of two red-eyed tree frogs comes from budding photographer Kutub Uddin, who keeps the animals as pets.
He was cleaning out their tank and let them climb plants in his back garden in Bognor Regis, West Sussex.
Do you know your sparrows from your swallows? If so, time to grab those binoculars to join the thousands of people who take part in the world's biggest wildlife survey. The annual Big Garden Birdwatch run by the charity RSPB- has been running for more than 30 years.
Nashreen Issa spoke to Andrew Gouldstone and Thomas Birchall from the RSPB and student Benedict Green.
She's a bit fat, lives alone in a field and is relying on donations of food from kindly neighbours. Porrick the pig was abandoned when her owner took all his other porkers away except for her. She needs a new home - but who would be willing to take on the friendly pot-bellied beast?
David Johns has been to meet her, speaking to the man who built her shelter, Lance Cruse.
There weren't enough tickets for everyone and some fans came away empty handed. But for the lucky Cherries fans who'll watch their team play Liverpool the long wait was worth it.
Sire De Grugy ridden by Jamie Moore wins the Sodexo Clarence House steeple chase during Clarence House Chase Raceday at Ascot Racecourse.
Bury Parade ridden by Noel Fehily, goes on to win the Sodexo handicap steeple chase during Clarence House Chase Raceday at Ascot Racecourse.
AFC Bournemouth fans have been queuing overnight to get tickets for their FA Cup clash with Liverpool.
With a limited number being sold at the stadium many of the supporters left empty handed. But for the lucky ones, they said the long wait had been worth it.
Bournemouth play Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round on 25 January.
We often hear the phrase 'all work and no play' but one manage thought that if he could combine the two, he might get better results from his team. So to keep spirits up he created something you'd normally see in a playground.
But has it achieved the desired results - or are his workers on a slippery slope to disaster? David Johns has been finding out, speaking to Building Manager James Avery, two employees, and Sales Manager Russell Bailey.