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Wonky Wanda is back... and she's on wheels!

She tires much quicker than other dogs so the wheels allow her to get out and about with us on longer runs.

– Owner Kerri Feeney

She melted our hearts when we met her back in June, and now Wonky Wanda is back... on wheels!

Sadly after we last met Wanda, her legs became much weaker, and her owner Kerri Feeney was faced with the agonising prospect that Wanda may have to be put to sleep.

Determined to keep her alive, Kerri raised £700 to buy Wanda a doggy wheelchair so she could still have a good quality of life.

Kerri joins us today alongside Eileen who volunteers at the rescue centre, and Wanda will be strutting her stuff with her brand new wheels.

Top tips to help avoid a Christmas delivery disaster

With just three weeks left to buy all your gifts, you're not alone if you're frantically ordering online deliveries.

But we all know the feeling when you see the dreaded red slip on your doormat, informing you that you've missed your parcel.

Our resident consumer expert Alice Beer has this advice to help avoid any delivery disasters.

We gatecrash the I'm a Celebrity wrap party!

You've interrupted the party - I'm not going to lie - we're halfway through it.

– Adam and Joel let loose after 23 days in the jungle

Last night Scarlett was crowned Queen of the I'm a Celebrity Jungle for 2016 - but she was closely followed in 2nd and 3rd place by her Royal subjects Joel and Adam.

After 23 days down under, they join us to tell us about their time in the camp - and it seems we may have interrupted the wrap party!

Know your consumer rights this Christmas!

Is a shop telling you porkies? Is it acceptable for one to say ‘we can only give a credit note for returns’ or ‘you can’t bring back faulty knickers’? Right now we’re in the run up to Christmas but according to our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis most people and worse, many shop staff, don’t know their consumer rights.

So today a quick test. If a shop told you this, which of these are consumer rights, and which are consumer wrongs…

What's it like to be the child of an alcoholic parent?

I don't blame her at all. She has become the victim of something that has changed her life.

– Casey is one of the 2.6 million children in the UK who live with an alcoholic parent

We meet a 17-year-old boy whose mother has battled her addiction to alcohol for years.

Plus, we make TV history by becoming the first ever programme to attend an AA meeting in the UK to discover the stories behind the heartache that alcohol can cause.