As Prince George spends his first few days with his parents, we reveal how much his birth could contribute to the British economy.
Campaigners trying to save a board which sets the wages of agricultural workers will dress up as badgers today to stage a protest.
Helicopter firm Agusta Westland has secured a £46m investement from the government.
The former MP for South Swindon has welcomed news that customers of the collapsed Christmas savings firm Farepak will receive more of their money back. Anne Snelgrove said she was delighted that the liquidators will pay an extra 32 pence for each pound lost - taking the total to 49p.
Tens of thousands of people lost an average of four hundred pounds when the Swindon based firm collapsed in 2006.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations are just a few days away now, and as well as being a chance for a right royal knees up, it also represents a great opportunity for local businesses to get in on the act.
Cordelia Lynch went to meet three firms in the West Country doing exactly that.