With motorists driving in sweltering temperatures, car experts say there is one tiny button in a vehicle that car owners should switch on.
A new campaign aims to persuade one million people to stop paying their bills if energy prices aren't cut but charities are warning against joining.
The Royal Mint has unveiled new commemorative coins featuring The Queen's signature with top priced items more than £2,800.
The Perseids meteor shower, one of the best of the year, will peak this week but is competing for space in the sky with the last supermoon of 2022.
With drought-like conditions across the county, here's 9 ways to save water while still caring for your home and garden.
The Royal College of Nursing says it will urge hundreds of thousands of its members to say yes to strike action when ballot papers go out next month.
Councils can and must use stricter rules to make sure takeaways help clear-up after customers, says the government.
Rail services are facing major disruption on a 'busy weekend', says the Rail Delivery Group, as train drivers gear-up for more strike action.
A-level results day is now less than two weeks away and Universities UK and UCAS have released some advice for those facing a nervous wait.
Drivers with keyless car entry systems are leaving themselves exposed to theft, say insurance experts, who say owners must do more to protect cars.
Fraud experts are warning phone users, and in particular parents, to be vigilant to an ongoing scam that starts with the message 'Hello Mum'.
With youngsters not currently at school there may be more talk of Saturday and summer jobs but what are the rules for children wanting work?
The price of petrol and diesel is starting to drop at supermarkets but the RAC says bigger retailers could still do more for drivers.
With energy bills set to rise to record levels here's 14 quick and easy ways you can start making savings today.
Royal Mail has unveiled a new postmark now being stamped on letters to celebrate England being crowned European champions.
The number of people taking part in this year's Big Butterfly Count has halved, prompting organisers to ask if people are now less focussed on nature?
More details have been released as to how households will get £400 to help with energy costs, but with bills trippling can it make a difference?
It's a question many parents may be asking themselves during the school holidays but what's the official advice?
The Highway Code has been updated to reflect the tougher punishments now in place for drivers who kill someone.
Gas and electric bills are facing astronomical rises according to latest warnings but why is it happening and what help is there for you?