Campaigners say pollution is killing the lake, with wildlife suffering after blue-green algal blooms.
The 24-year-old says she is upset a clip of the mauling has been viewed by thousands on social media.
The interest rate on government debt has hit a 20-year high, leaving little room for tax-cuts.
Jacqueline Long found rat traps and holes "big enough for cats" upon moving into her rented home.
A major student letting company is accused of adding a tenant's signature to a waiver form.
One financial adviser has been hit with a £2.2m fine for dishonestly advising hundreds of people.
A court ruled the definition of sex was "not limited to biological or birth sex" in December last year.
Wednesday's papers largely reflect on the home secretary's Conservative Party Conference speech.
Jaysley Beck, 19, is thought to have taken her own life after harassment by her boss, the Army says.
Rishi Sunak is expected to set out alternative projects in his Conservative Party conference speech on Wednesday.
Police say another man, in his 50s, has been taken to hospital with "serious injuries".
Train drivers walk out again on Wednesday, but action by London Underground staff has been suspended.
The RAC claims drivers are being overcharged for petrol but retailers say they have higher costs.
The PGMOL releases the audio recordings between the match officials for Liverpool forward Luis Diaz's disallowed goal against Tottenham.
Sir Patrick Vallance writes of No 10 "chaos as usual" in diary extracts released to the Covid inquiry.
The home secretary pledges tougher action on small boats in a hard-hitting Tory conference speech.
A boy, 12, and a man were struck by lightning at a school football tournament in Hertfordshire.
Keith Figes was responsible for a "campaign of rape against children", a court hears.
Garry Jones sabotaged hummus and salad dressings with rubber gloves and ring pulls.
How did abuse at Berrow Wood school go undetected for four decades?
Checking Conservative conference claims on HS2, inflation, defence spending, fracking and more.
It is the third report of fraudsters targeting Chinese students studying in Northern Ireland.
The London Underground walkouts scheduled for 4 and 6 October will no longer go ahead.
The boy, who cannot be named, ran over and killed Marcia Grant in Sheffield when he was 12.
Firefighters inspect the smouldering remains of the recycling plant that exploded after a lightning strike.
BBC Weather's Helen Willetts takes a look at the temperatures for the week ahead.
The BBC asks young Conservatives gathering at the party conference they'd do if they were prime minister for a day.
Sir Bob Geldof talks to the BBC about a new musical based on the 1985 Live Aid fundraising concert.
The comedian was on Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg, so Laura asked him to do some impressions.
A tea-drinking motorist is fined £100 after being caught on camera driving on the M6 in Cheshire last year.
For nearly 200 years, Northumberland's iconic tree sat next to Hadrian's Wall - here are some memories now it's gone.
With weak competition adding to fuel prices, are drivers doing the right things to save money?