Prepare to say 'Ahhh'.
Five little fox cubs are being hand-reared by an animal charity outside of Brighton, after four of them were discovered under the floorboards of a home being renovated.
They're around two weeks old, the fifth brought to Roger's Wildlife Rescue when a member of the public spotted her falling from a tree into a pond!
Andy Dickenson reports.
A breakdown firm went the extra mile when it helped to tow a child's miniature toy car.Read the full story ›
Members of the Southern Jacobites Pipe Band are playing their instruments at Stonehenge today. The musicians are marking International Bagpipe Day.
A shopper from Rochester in Kent has shared her surprise at receiving a bunch of spring onions from a supermarket instead of the bouquet of Spring flowers she had ordered online.
The supermarket sent her a letter explaining the odd substitution, by saying it had no bunches of the Spring flowers left.
Suzanne Bradish sent a message on social media telling her followers and friends about the mixup. Since then her tweet has gone viral with more more than 3,000 other people forwarding the story on.
Since then, the jokes have come pouring in, along with other people sharing their own substitution stories. Suzanne showed she has a sense of humour too, by picturing the onions in a vase of water.
To their credit Sainsbury's did apologise, and sent Suzanne a bunch of flowers and a voucher for her trouble.
The car was first owned by a man called Ivor Arbiter, who was credited with creating The Beatles's iconic 'drop T' logo.Read the full story ›
Lego versions of celebrity royalty including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were among the famous faces to attend a film premiere.Read the full story ›
Gurkha soldiers in Kent have been scaling the Leas cliff in Folkestone in their battle against litter.
The efforts of the Royal Gurkha Rifles 2nd Battalion is in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday, and is one of a series of clean-ups coordinated by Shepway District Council as part of the national 'Clean for the Queen' campaign.
One of the biggest Lego Star Wars models ever created has been unveiledRead the full story ›
Have you ever kept hens? No? Well now's your chance! A farmer in Sussex needs to find new homes for thousands of them. Regulations on egg producers force them to get rid of the birds when they're only 18 months old. Usually they're slaughtered. But Susie Macmillan is determined that her hens should live out their days peacefully. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The farm's link is here.
A farm in East Sussex is looking for retirement homes for 9,000 hens.
Mac's organic farm in Ditchling has decided to rehome its older chickens, rather than send them for slaughter.
They're working with animal welfare organisations to find hundreds of new owners across the UK.