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- Suffolk harbour master boat fire: Fundraising target exceeded
- Babergh District Council: Authority 'no-one can pronounce' halts name change until 2021
- Norfolk stately home Houghton Hall provides canvas for artist Richard Woods
- Train passengers shine in diamond hunt
- Man, 78, arrested over shooting in Brandon
- England takes the World Porridge Making title in the Highlands
- Rapper Jack Grange says music releases ADHD 'anger'
- Ed Sheeran and Griff Rhys Jones inspire names for gritters
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- Harry Dunn: Family demand to see government advice to police
- His Dark Materials: Behind the scenes of the TV adaptation
- PC Andrew Harper: Hundreds attend funeral
- Cardinal Newman declared a saint by the Pope
- Oxford United v Doncaster Rovers
- Foster parent took payments while not caring for children
- Harry Dunn crash: Donald Trump notes say US suspect 'will not return to UK'
- South Oxfordshire council told homes plan 'could be taken over'
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- Young, black and off to study at the University of Oxford
- Josh Ibuanokpe: Saracens prop handed five-week suspension by RFU
- Jodie Chesney murder accused denies 'throwing friend under bus'
- Plant 'takes' world's first selfie in London Zoo experiment
- Nightclub rapists 'high-fived' after Soho attack
- Extinction Rebellion protests continue in London despite ban
- Women's Champions League: Arsenal and Manchester City eye quarter-final spots
- Millwall: Adam Barrett, Gary Rowett and Gareth Ainsworth in frame for manager's job
- England: Billy Vunipola 'very likely' to face Australia in World Cup quarter-final
- Booker Prize: Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo share award
More police, firefighters and ambulance workers are having to take time off for mental ill health.
New research reveals a geographical split in how the cost of renting a UK home has changed in a year.
Ronnie O'Sullivan repeats his criticism of the Crawley venue used for staging the English Open.
The government in England must find a solution for social care to ease pressure, the regulator says.
The Salvation Army says it has helped twice as many British people rescued from forced labour.
Louise Goldsmith stepped down after a critical review of children's services was leaked.
Up to 40mm of rain is expected to fall in south-east England within two hours, the Met Office says.
Martha Thomas sets West Ham Women on the way to a stylish victory against still winless Brighton & Hove Albion Women.
Second-half goals from Reece Grego-Cox and Mason Bloomfield give Crawley a first win in five league games as they beat Colchester.
The Labour leader pledges to end in-work poverty and food bank use on a visit to Hastings.
People should know the signs that breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body, a charity says.
The Labour activist was attacked outside a pub in north London while celebrating his birthday.
Snowboarder Ellie Soutter's mother talks to the BBC about losing her daughter, finding her voice and helping others.
England limited-overs bowler Reece Topley leaves Sussex after turning down a long-term contract.
Superfans John Wood and Gemma Harris even had spam on the wedding meal menu.
Sussex head coach Jason Gillespie extends his contract with the club until the end of the 2022 campaign.
People living on the coast typically earn £1,600 less than those inland, BBC News analysis finds.
Wife Jessamy gave birth to Orlando in the family car as Keir was driving it to hospital in Sussex.
Three Brighton fans are under investigation for alleged racist abuse at fixtures at the club's Amex Stadium.
As the NHS opens a clinic for young gaming and gambling addicts, the father of one tells his story.