They enjoy mess, sugary treats and keeping a close eye on the kids before Christmas so what chaos will your elf on the shelf cause this year?
One of the most sought-after coins, a rare 50p piece, will be among the items to go under the hammer at a Royal Mint auction next month.
Gas and electricity will cost more in January, it’s been confirmed, but what is the energy price cap and why is it behind an increase to our bills?
Black Friday is now one of the biggest shopping events of the year but it can also encourage increases in online fraud so how can you avoid a scam?
Gas and electricity bills are forecast to rise for millions of homes within weeks according to the latest predictions into changing prices.
Millions of women will soon be able to get the contraceptive pill from their pharmacy in a change to the rules and here’s how the scheme will work.
Walkers Crisps has discontinued another flavour in its range, weeks after it emerged that Worcester Sauce packets were also disappearing from shelves.
An animal charity, which says it treated more than 40 cases of antifreeze poisoning last winter, is warning pet owners to be vigilant.
Experts say they now believe children should get a chickenpox vaccine on the NHS and here’s why:
Train drivers’ union Aslef has announced six strike dates for December with the walkouts expected to disrupt the build-up to Christmas.
Courier giant Evri says it’s investing £46million ahead of Christmas as Ofcom reveals it is fining Royal Mail for not hitting its delivery targets.
The UK’s native hazel dormouse is undergoing a ‘catastrophic’ decline in numbers prompting calls for it to now be declared endangered.
Nestlé has announced it is scrapping a bar which has been on our shop shelves for the last 64 years.
The move to make laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, illegal from today has been welcomed by county officials worried about the rise in its use.
Laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, is soon to be classified a Class C drug but what does it mean for communities regularly witnessing its use?
The National Trust has shared its top autumn walking routes and with varying lengths and different terrain to suit everyone, which might you choose?
Too many drivers are tailgating and getting too close to the car in front, says the AA, which warns the behaviour is even more dangerous in winter.
Royal Mail has unveiled the designs for its 2023 Christmas stamps which go on sale this work at 7,000 Post Office branches.
A £300 cash boost will drop into the bank accounts of eight million cash-strapped people but who is the government giving money to?
XL Bully type dogs are to be banned by the end of the year but what does it mean for owners and the wider public?