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.
A historic Cornish harbour has gone on sale for £4.4m. The port at Charlestown has been in private ownership for nearly 20 years and is now being sold by its owner Robin Davies.
Mr Davies, 69, has placed the 3.5 acre plot of land and water up for sale which includes his many businesses.
It's been a good day for team GB on the water off Weymouth and Portland today [Thursday] but some businesses there say the Olympics haven't given them the boost they'd hoped for.
This time last year one hotel was advertising rooms for between £163 and £300.Today, it's only charging half that. Rachel Hepworth reports.
A town in north Devon has been named as the UK’s first 'courteous town'. More than a hundred businesses in Ilfracombe took part in a new programme that recognises traders for their politeness.
The town’s success means the pilot could be rolled out to other areas keen to take part. Ann Widdecombe presented the Ilfracombe’s mayor with an award from the National Campaign for Courtesy recognising the town’s achievement.
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.