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Water bosses praised for ‘far-sighted’ summer hosepipe ban

Thank goodness we didn't overwater the lawn this year‘It would have been like the bloody Sahara round here, if it weren’t for them geniuses. Well done them.’

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Met office suggests tropical storms could be calmer with blokes names

In the wake of the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy scientists around the world have been looking at ways to reduce the impact of such natural disasters in the future.

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Nice new developments destroying concrete jungle faster than ever, say campaigners

you can't stop progressUrban environmentalists have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the increased detarmacation of the world’s concrete jungles.

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Rupert Bear mauls farmer to death defending Bill Badger from cull

this is not a time for poetry, ho ho.Farmer George McDonald, 74, was pronounced ‘irretrievably poorly’ at the scene.

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Wettest August on record sees Thames Water enforce ‘compulsory hosepipe use’

water fussAfter the MET Office announcement that August was the wettest for 100 years, Thames Water has declared a ’compulsory hosepipe use’. The moves comes just weeks after lifting a hosepipe ban that was enforced as a result of the wettest drought since records began.

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