Visitors have been evacuated from Hamerton Zoo as police and air ambulance were spotted outside the attraction.
Former Blue Peter host John Noakes, famous for his escapades with Shep the dog and for being the TV show's longest-running presenter, has died aged 83.
Studies of dog DNA have revealed a genetic mutation linked to flat face shapes which could help pave the way to diagnose an abnormal skull condition.
A life-saving surgeon honoured for treating casualties under fire in Sudan has urged the international community to help solve a dispute blocking humanitarian relief.
Former Blue Peter host John Noakes has died aged 83, a family friend has announced.
A victim of historic child abuse at a Catholic Church children's home is to make an emotional return to her hometown in a bid to trace her long lost family.
US singer John Legend has paid tribute to 15-year-old Manchester terror victim Olivia Campbell, saying he was "moved" by footage of the teenager singing one of his songs.
British fashion brand Jack Wills has expanded into mainland Europe as it looks to offset the impact of the Brexit-hit pound.
The British Property Federation has warned that Government efforts to address the housing crisis will falter if strict post-Brexit immigration controls result in fewer construction workers coming to the UK.
The family of terminally ill Bradley Lowery have accepted an apology from internet site the Ladbible after it incorrectly posted a story saying the boy had died.
Britain should consider fining internet giants that fail to take down extremist content, a former GCHQ deputy director of intelligence and cyber operations has said.
A number of Britain's Got Talent hopefuls will face off in the first of this year's semi-finals on Monday night.
Tougher sentences will be handed down to perpetrators of domestic violence against children under plans being set out by Theresa May to tackle the "hidden scandal".
Theresa May must be "straight" with the British people about her policies or risk giving the impression that voting for the Tories is a "dangerous roll of the dice" for working people and pensioners, Labour has said.
Anti-terror police raided more homes on Monday as the relentless search for the network behind the suicide bombing continued a week on from the deadly attack.
The outsourcing of British Airways jobs was not to blame for a "catastrophic" IT failure that brought the airline's operations to a halt, its chief executive said.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn will face a televised grilling as the General Election campaign intensifies.
The murder of a loyalist in a busy supermarket car park as his three-year-old son looked on was a barbaric and reckless act, a senior detective has said.
The world's largest pair of equine sculptures are being given their first health check as they approach their third birthday.
More than 200 drivers a day were caught using their mobile phones illegally in the wake of a major crackdown on the practice.
A major insurer detected nearly a quarter of a million pounds worth of bogus claims every day last year.
A Bank Holiday heatwave has seen sunseekers flood beaches across the country, but forecasters have warned a very different kind of deluge is on its way.
Former Irish president Mary Robinson has called for justice for anybody guilty of human rights abuses in South Sudan.
The chief executive of a London-headquartered food giant has said efforts to employ refugees in Britain have hit a brick wall.