The Guardian has pretty good live coverage as well.
What we know so far:
The Thai navy Seals have confirmed that eight boys have been rescued from the Tham Luang cave complex in Northern Thailand, after two separate rescue operations. A further four boys were rescued on Monday after four were rescued on Sunday.
A further four boys and their coach Ekapol Chantawong remain in the cave. The identities of the rescued boys have not been confirmed.
Thai public television broadcast live video of a medivac helicopters landing close to a hospital in the city of Chiang Rai. They were believed to be ferrying the rescued boys.
Thai prime minister, Prayut Chan-O-Cha has delayed a planned visit to the site so as not to disruption the rescue operation. He had been due at the site at 6pm but is remaining at nearby Chiang Rai where the rescued boys are being treated in hospital.
The operation to extract more of the boys began on Monday at 11am (5am BST). The same divers who managed to rescue four boys on Sunday were involved. Officials said that conditions were as good as they were on Sunday and that rain yesterday did not affect water levels inside the cave.
The threat of monsoon rains re-flooding the cave is not as acute as previously feared, according to forecasters. Rain has fallen away from the cave entrance today and the chance of rain over the next two days is considered low.
The authorities complained about some of yesterday’s media coverage, saying a drone was flown above the operation. They also claimed media outlets listened to police radio reports.
The rescued boy are being kept in isolation in the hospital to avoid the risk of infection. Medics are considering whether to allow their parents to see them through a glass door.
The four boys rescued on Sunday have asked to eat a pad krapow. The dish is a favourite comfort food made with Thai basil.