Film Review: Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
Audience members who loved the first two Madagascar films will not be disappointed by Dreamworks' latest offering.
Woman calls 911 to complain about bad police mugshot
A woman from Georgia uses the emergency line to express her discontent about her police mugshot.
London pranksters take commuters for a ride with fake sign
A fake sign put up by pranksters on the London underground has been causing widespread amusement...
What the ism? Anarchism
Some isms are misunderstood by the masses, giving them a less than positive reputation. TNS is working on debunking the myths: here is the lowdown on anarchism.
Twelve days of Christmas become 151 as Harrods launches its Christmas world
Customers wanting to deck their halls in festive paraphernalia during summer can do so as Santa Claus comes early to London town...
Only fools would try this: teenager uses ID of Rodney Trotter
A teenager has attempted to get into a Newquay pub using the ID of a sitcom character, Rodney Trotter.
Put in a good word for the English language
Collins have encouraged the public to make online submissions for the latest edition of their dictionary. Emma Chappell looks at why the development of our language is a positive thing.
Innovative cake design for the sweet and savoury tooth
Baker Steph Parker has concocted some impressive and surprising cake designs...
Why your Mum shouldn't be your best friend
Emma Chappell argues that mums should be appreciated for being just that!
What people believe: Westboro Baptist Church
The lowdown on the highly controversial 'hate group' the Westboro Baptist Church...
Forty winks of Grey?
A hotel has announced that copies of the Gideon Bible will be replaced by bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey in order to meet the demands of its customers.
American convenience store struggles to keep Hoff thieves at bay
Baywatch turns crimewatch as fans begin stealing cutouts of David Hasselhoff.
No gold medal for this tattooist: torchbearer's inking spelt incorrectly
Torchbearer Jerri Peterson finds that her commemorative inking has an amusing error.
Why English is not a soft subject
Emma Chappell argues that an English Literature degree is as equally as worthwhile as 'hard' scientific subjects...
What People Believe: The Amish
Horse-drawn carts, isolation and rejection of technology are the first things that spring to mind. But who really are the Amish? TNS looks at the facts behind the secretive religion.
Syria: What's going on?
What is happening? How did it happen? And what could it mean for the future? We break down the biggest contemporary issues into manageable chunks for your digestion. Today, the conflict in Syria.
Germany get behind the wheel of new gendered parking system
A German town has introduced male and female only parking bays... let the controversy begin!