BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Ipswich gallery celebrates 100 years of votes for women
- Corrie Mckeague: Police trace man on CCTV footage
- Stoke City v Ipswich Town
- Greater Anglia scraps charges over lost money
- Family gang jailed for 250 burglaries in 11 months
- Tavis Spencer-Aitkens killing: Gang members seen in van
- Ed Sheeran in 'secret' Q&A with Norwich students
- Women march in Ipswich against night harassment
- The Series: Eight racecourses commit to hosting new team competition
- Natalie Richardson: Ipswich Town midfielder on making footgolf World Cup
BBC Somerset News Feed
BBC Oxford News Feed
- Posh held as Oxford fight-back
- Checkatrade Trophy third-round draw: Sunderland face Newcastle Under-21s
- Five things from Oxfordshire
- Oxfordshire's Big Picture
- Oxbridge 'over-recruits from eight schools'
- Mother died after delayed 111 response
- Florence Waters: Missing journalist 'died of hypothermia'
- M40 fatal crash: Police 'warned' about wrong-way driver
- Varsity matches: Oxford University to honour legacy of former prop Ian Williams
- Oxford slavery trial: Alleged victim 'feared for life'
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Teenager stabbed to death in Greenwich
- Yeovil Town Ladies v West Ham United Women
- Brighton & Hove Albion Women v Chelsea Women
- Raheem Sterling: Chelsea and police investigate allegation he was racially abused
- Boreham Wood 1-0 Leyton Orient
- Sutton United v Solihull Moors
- Ebbsfleet United v Barnet
- Dagenham & Redbridge v FC Halifax Town
- Blackpool v Charlton Athletic
- AFC Wimbledon v Rochdale
The family of a former soldier receives a six-figure sum after NHS bosses admit failings in his care.
Jeff Alcock was unable to be left alone with his newborn son after he was assaulted at a railway station.
Live coverage of Sunday's Women's Super League game between Brighton & Hove Albion Women and Chelsea Women.
Amber Rudd is the first cabinet minister to raise alternative options if MPs reject the PM's plan.
Live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Crawley Town and Northampton Town.
A judge said Constantin Barbutu, who rode up to women before assaulting them, would not cope in prison.
Passengers must be put first in the future following "complacency" from the rail industry, a report says.
Burglar Harry Avis had told Sussex police: "I'm not hiding. You just ain't looking good enough."
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion.
John Lewis deputy chair Keith Williams does not rule out future rail nationalisation in the UK.
A new charter could mean higher compensation for lost or damaged wheelchairs.
Eight racecourses commit to hosting a new horse racing series in which teams will compete in leagues for millions of pounds in prize money.
Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd will defy party orders and vote in favour of Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Millions of O2 customers are unable to use their smartphones to access the internet.
The firm sees a big fall in half-year profits, saying extreme weather has caused a rise in leaks.
A raider "shook his head and went" when Paul Bennett refused his demand for cash.
Russell Bishop denies murdering Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway whose bodies were found in woodland.
John Michael Webber was convicted at a previous hearing of 26 offences against boys as young as five.
More than 130,000 children in Britain will spend Christmas in temporary accommodation, figures show.
More than 10,000 households made subsidence claims worth £64m, the highest level for 12 years.