They were hit by a car in an area of the New Forest where animals roam freely on the open heath.
Three aerial dancers suspend themselves from 1,000ft (305m) up for a routine in the Lake District.
A teenager is appealing to find the strangers who saved him, his younger cousin and his uncle from drowning in the Lake District last week.
The amount of heading that players will do in training across the adult game in English football is to be severely restricted from next season because of welfare concerns, under plans agreed by the game's main governing bodies.
The trust says it is working to reschedule procedures, which have been cancelled due to a rising number of Covid-19 patients.
A GP who came out of retirement to treat patients in the pandemic is awarded a medal.
David Clark died after being trampled by a herd of cows while walking his dogs in North Yorkshire.
Day five brought three more medals for Team GB in Tokyo, with swimmer Tom Dean making history in the pool and Charlotte Dujardin in the dressage.
Tiny harvest mice are being exported from East Kilbride to Ealing to help with a rewilding project.
The number of new COVID-19 cases recorded in the UK has risen after seven consecutive days of falls, according to government data.
"We're just delighted for him", says Matt Richards' mother Amanda.
It comes after the UK government said fully vaccinated visitors from the EU or US will not need to isolate in England.
Victoria Hall, 17, was abducted and killed on her way home from a nightclub in Suffolk 21 years ago.
Roman Abramovich was not "directed" to buy Chelsea FC by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the High Court has heard.
The RNLI boss spoke out after it emerged lifeboat crews were being heckled for rescuing migrants.
Fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and the US will be allowed to avoid quarantine on arrival in England.
Norfolk Fire Service deals with about 20 flooding-related incidents in Thetford on Tuesday evening.
Nurses across the UK have revealed plans for a "summer of action" over the 3% NHS pay rise.
The north-west slate mining area is said to have "roofed the world" at its height in the 19th Century.
The travel industry had been pushing for the rule change so tourists can more easily come to England.
An area of northwest Wales famed for its historic slate mines has been given World Heritage site status by UNESCO.
Charlotte Dujardin has become the most decorated British female Olympian ever after winning bronze in the individual dressage.
Relaxing coronavirus restrictions could lead to new virus mutations that are resistant to vaccines, researchers have warned.
The partial remains of Judith Fox, 65, were found in woodland in Shropshire last year.
Refunds are being offered to people who have bought tickets to visit the new £2m Marble Arch Mound in London following a stream of complaints.
A baby has died and another child has been injured following an incident at a house in Belfast.
A lack of sign language at government briefings amounts to discrimination, a High Court judge finds.
Councillors in Matt Hancock's Newmarket constituency have passed a vote of no confidence in the former health secretary after he was caught breaking coronavirus rules by kissing his adviser.
Matt Richards' relay swim team almost broke the world record as they won gold in Tokyo.
Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall has pulled out of her upcoming live shows due to concerns about her hearing.
Dramatic bodycam footage of migrants being rescued by the RNLI in the English Channel has been released by the charity for the first time.
The club's president says anyone found guilty of violent offences "will be dismissed immediately".
The new national memorial to fallen officers and staff is said to "honour courageous sacrifice".
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
The Orbital O2, which is anchored off Orkney, has the capacity to meet the annual power demand of 2,000 homes.
The authority says some residents may not have received a final warning over unpaid council tax.
Police say no offences have taken place regarding the social media photographs of Wayne Rooney.
Twelve North East councils say child poverty needs to be ended and social care investment increased.
She is the third person charged after an attack left a man in a 'life-threatening condition'.
A review into the work of a locum consultant radiologist finds issues affecting 12 cases so far.
Emergency services were called to St Simon's Church in Glasgow's Partick in the early hours.
They complain proposed legislation will "close the book" on bereaved people's quest for justice.
Olympic gold and silver medallists Tom Dean and Duncan Scott help Great Britain win the 4x200m freestyle relay as the team's gold run continues.
A quarter of UK adults say they haven't been hugged for a year or more, while more than a third (37%) last hugged someone at least six months ago, a survey has suggested.
Many women planning for a baby lack the healthy lifestyles that could lead to better outcomes, researchers have said.
There has been more glory for Great Britain in the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, with gold in the men's 200m freestyle relay.
Drunk witnesses to crime are as accurate as sober people when recalling details of what they have seen, a study has suggested.
Fraudsters are thought to be increasingly conning elderly or vulnerable people out of their life savings by marrying them without their family's knowledge.
A memorial to heroic police officers who have died on duty is to be unveiled by the Prince of Wales today.
Ross Testa explains why he hired his sister and then his father for his social media business.
An initially enthusiastic COVID-19 vaccine uptake by younger people has petered out so it will take longer to reach the levels of vaccination seen in older groups, Sky News analysis has found.
Does a week of falling case numbers mean we're close to the end?
Three-year-old Jacob Smith of Aberdeen was plucked from obscurity on holiday and cast with Kriti Sanon in Mimi.
A £1.6bn strategy aimed at improving the lives of disabled people is to be set out by the government.
A quarantine waiver for EU and US travellers and a cover-up in social care lead the front pages.
Senior cabinet ministers are due to discuss the move for arrivals to England in a meeting on Wednesday.
Emergency services were called to a house in Brompton Park shortly after a quarter past eight on Tuesday evening.
A four-day ultramarathon covering 120 miles on the west coast of Scotland will cost £15,499 to enter.
Welsh slate landscape bids to join Egypt's Pyramids and India's Taj Mahal on prestigious list.
The priest was sitting alone praying when he was assaulted in St Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh.
Let's begin with a statistic that might surprise you, and possibly alarm you.