The new pup's arrival at the Donna Nook reserve beat last year's first birth by nine days.
Doctors express concern as BBC analysis shows growing waits in A&E, cancer care and for operations.
Frustrations as house values in many parts of the country fail to recover from the financial crisis of 2007.
A Mazda crashed into a water-filled ditch on Friday, killing the two passengers in the rear.
Four specialist officers trained on the PlayStation game at Silverstone in Northamptonshire.
The aerobatics display team performed in Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
The crash happened at about 19:45 BST on Friday.
A major decontamination operation is in place at two sites near Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire.
What solutions would work best to deal with our growing coffee cup waste mountain?
The UK's sugar beet industry plans to ramp up production as EU quotas come to an end after 50 years.
Sean Raggett's header earns Lincoln three points at Swindon Town in League Two.
Northern Premier League Division One North side Hyde United will host MK Dons in the FA Cup first round.
The gathering determines who leads China and the country's direction for the next five years.
Roselyn Akombe, now in New York, tells the BBC she feared for her safety in Kenya.
A judge says the policy "suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor".
A US-backed alliance says three years of jihadist rule in the northern Syrian city are over.
Weinstein was "holding tightly to the back of my arm" after she rebuffed him, Lena Headey said.
Newly declassified documents show US embassies knew about mass killings in Indonesia in the 1960s.
A candlelit protest is held after a Spanish judge jails two Catalan pro-independence leaders.
Police say their boat capsized on Monday, and a crewmate was rescued about 12 hours later.
Les Inrockuptibles defends making Bertrand Cantat - who killed his girlfriend - its cover star.
The mining giant also paid £27m to UK regulators for breaching rules when buying African coal assets.
Malta's Daphne Caruana Galizia was "assassinated" for standing up to corruption, her son says.
Demonstrators demanding major anti-corruption reforms vow to stay put, setting up tents in Kiev.
The BBC's Feras Kilani was with Syrian Democratic Forces as they took control of the centre of Raqqa, Syria.
US-backed forces may be celebrating after taking back another city, but fighting will not end soon.
Four young North Korean defectors explain what life was like back home and what they miss most.
Ahead of China's party congress, Beijing is plastered with posters praising leader Xi Jinping.
A fight erupts after one car is driven over another, ending with both drivers being arrested.
The singer says Obama's inauguration revealed the extent of racial divisions in her country.
Drone footage supplied by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees shows thousands of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar on Monday.
The Star Wars actress gave a cow tongue in a Tiffany box to teach the Hollywood producer a lesson.
New Paris street signs say Charles Nungesser and Francois Coli did fly across the Atlantic in 1927.
Residents fed up with a two-hour drive to buy fuel decide to take matters into their own hands.
Grape the penguin became an online star after he "fell in love" with a cardboard cut-out in his enclosure.
Member of parliament and country's president both injured in bizarre household accidents.
Spain's tourism sector may be booming, but hotel cleaners are getting as little as €1,400 a month.
The name "ugg" is a generic term in Australia, but its US definition is prompting a legal challenge.
A former India soldier returns to Sri Lanka 30 years after a peacekeeping mission ended in war.
The murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is seen as an attack on democracy.
IS has lost its 'capital' Raqqa, but it has taken the might of a global alliance to crush it.
Deadly bomb attacks in Somalia kill at least 281 people but there are no hashtags of solidarity
Austria's Sebastian Kurz is just 31 - but he is not the first "Wunderkind" in modern politics.
Residents of Caracas say they are frustrated and stressed by the politics of confrontation, says Will Grant.
The crisis in Spain's Catalonia region is being closely watched in Nigeria and Cameroon, where secessionist movements have been stepping up campaigns for independence.
Britain faces the highest rate of terror attacks in the last 30 years, the head of MI5 tells the BBC.
Looking back at Crimewatch as the BBC show is axed after 33 years.
Rental costs in Cambridge make it hard for people to buy their own homes, according to one couple.
Some 245,000 homes and businesses were left without electricity in Ireland alone.
Dashcam footage showed the 28-year-old driver leaving the road to avoid a queue.
Artists including Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin donated works for surviving families.
The 70-year-old children's franchise has been revamped for the latest TV series.
Mhairi started to sleep rough in Bournemouth after suffering post-natal depression.
What has caused the red-looking sun reported across parts of England?
Ryan Simpson took this footage of Spelga Dam in County Down feeling the full force of storm Ophelia.
1. Island life suits children. Orkney and Shetland have been identified as the best places in Britain to raise a family. This year’s children’s quality of life survey from Halifax ranked Orkney first for the third year in a row based on factors including school spending per public, class size and academic results. Shetland ranked second, Craven in North Yorkshire was third and the Western Isles came fourth. The Times
2. Could a single deep-sea wind farm power the world? A major new study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, has claimed that all of Earth’s energy needs could be met by a single massive deep-sea wind farm stretching across the Atlantic. The authors have calculated that a wind farm covering about three million square km (1.2 million square miles) of ocean - roughly the size of India - could theoretically be used to generate “civilisation scale power”, or 18 terawatts, humanity’s entire current energy needs. The Economist
3. Britain enjoying record number of tourists. The UK is attracting a record number of tourists, with nearly 40m people expected to have visited the country during 2017. VisitBritain, a tourist agency, predicts that overseas trips to the UK will increase 6% to 39.7m with spending up 14% to £25.7bn this year. With Brits holidaying at home in record numbers, in the form of ‘staycations’, tourism is worth £127bn annually to the economy. Daily Mail
4. IMF says taxing rich does not hit growth. The International Monetary Fund has published analysis suggesting that Western countries would not damage growth if they increased taxes for the top 1% of earners. Labour, which has proposed a new 45% tax band for those earning more than £80,000, said the statement shows that fairer taxes are needed in the UK. The Independent
5. Mockingbird novel removed from Mississippi schools. To Kill a Mockingbird has been removed from a Mississippi school's reading list because it was making "people uncomfortable". School administrators in Biloxi made the decision to withdraw Harper Lee's American classic about racism from the 8th grade curriculum after receiving complaints about the language in the book. The 1960s novel has sold 30 million copies worldwide. Daily Mail
6. Speeding drivers could soon receive life sentences. Drivers who cause death by speeding, street racing or using a mobile phone may be handed life sentences under new legislation. Ministers are also exploring the possibility of a new charge of causing death by dangerous cycling after a series of incidents involving bikes. Justice Minister Dominic Raab said the government had "taken a long hard look at driving sentences" after receiving 9,000 replies to a public consultation. The Guardian
7. End to raw sewage on train tracks. Train toilets will no longer empty directly onto the tracks by the end of 2019, Network Rail says. There are still around 500 carriages in the UK that do exactly that. “You quickly learn to turn your back and close your mouth when you’re trackside and a train is passing. As I know first hand,” said Network Rail boss Mark Carne. Metro
8. Online dating crimes rise dramatically. Reported crime related to online dating increased by 382% between 2011 and 2016. Last year, 676 incidents were reported to police. Of these, 106 were sexual crimes and 240 were violent attacks. Sky News
9. The bottom line. The price of a handshake and a backstage photo with singer Ed Sheeran reportedly costs £3,400. A “VIP package” with Britney Spears costs £1,900; Rihanna’s fans need only fork out £757. Sunday Express