More and more of our children are being diagnosed as autistic. Thirty years ago, it was considered a relatively rare condition affecting around one in 500, but now that figure stands at one in every 100.
Much of that could be down to better awareness - but its cause is still a mystery. However, it leaves a generation of children and their parents struggling with the sensory overload of modern life.
Now some respite is now being offered in perhaps the most unlikely of places - a supermarket in Crawley is going out of its way to help.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Emma Castle, who's son Oliver has autism, Abi Smith, Emma Holdsworth and Raj Sivalingam, as well as supermarket manager Gary Powis and Jo-Ann D'Costa Manuel of Autism Parent Power.
A shopper has been using the same Tesco plastic bag for 34 years. And it has one tiny hole. We've been along to see the owner...
Campaigners against plans for a new Tesco store in Goring say the proposed site is not safe as it's on a blind junction and there are not enough pavements.
Around 150 people gathered outside the former Queen's Arms pub on Reading Road in protest last night, as Mel Bloor now reports.
Interviewees: Phip Woodhatch from the 'Stop Tesco in Goring' campaign and Jayesh Patel, Goring shopkeeper
A woman who battled to change the law after her son was left brain damaged after being attacked on holiday - has been named Tesco "Mum of the Year". Maggie Hughes' son - was left with permament disabilities - while his attackers walked free.
But Maggie refused to give in, as Rachel Hepworth reports.
Ram-raiders with a stolen mechanical digger have ripped two cash machines from Tesco in Grove Green, near Maidstone in Kent. John Ryall reports.
Twenty of Britain's biggest Tesco supermarkets - among them stores in Kent and Sussex - were targeted today by campaigners calling for a ban on so-called Lads' Mags. Feminist groups say the magazines fuel sexist behaviour. John Ryall reports.
A motorcyclist has been seriously injured after crashing through supermarket windows in Dorset.
It happened at Tescos on Castle Lane West in Bournemouth on Wednesday afternoon.
The biker lost control and smashed through a fire exit, into the crisps aisle of the store. No-one inside Tesco's was hurt. The rider was taken to Poole Hospital.
Video. Angry residents in Margate have lodged an appeal against a Government ruling that allows Tesco to build a new superstore in the town. It follows a lengthy public enquiry and a decision not to carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment on the site
Retail guru Mary Portas has demanded a meeting with David Cameron, saying she believes the store will become a symbol of a failure to tackle the problems facing high streets.
The government will announce today whether to allow a large Tesco store to be built in Margate.
The proposed development at Arlington House has been the source of much local controversy.
A public enquiry was held in November last year.
The event sponsor Tesco's Community Director, Michael Kissman, says "We're delighted the Trolley Push was such a success.
"Our colleagues and customers enjoyed taking part in our national food collection in December, so it's been great to have had the opportunity to help raise important funds for food banks."