BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Ewan Clover: Man struck by police car and ambulance named
- Police probe Aldeburgh woman's 'unexplained' death
- Aldeburgh barbecue fire death: Inquest petrol warning
- Bury St Edmunds' Lee Carnegie died with head down drain
- Long Melford ram-raid: Farmer's key equipment wrecked
- Alpheton fatal crash: Woman died from broken back
- Universal Wealth Management: More than 100 possible frauds
- Elmswell church starts work to replace stolen lead
- Long Melford ram-raid: Stolen digger used to steal cash machine
- Man hit by police car and ambulance on A14 in Suffolk
BBC Somerset News Feed
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- M40 closed after caravan travelling wrong way crashes
- National Action trial: 'Neo-Nazi' posed in 'KKK robes with baby'
- Oxford Professor heads back to Egypt after losing legs
- Bloodhound supersonic car hits financial roadblock
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell wins second European Tour title
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell takes three-shot lead into final day
- Oxford United 2-0 Plymouth Argyle
- Roller derby: How the sport 'empowers me'
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell pulls clear as Tommy Fleetwood slips back
- Oxford machete-gang attack: Four men jailed for murder
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Commons staff told to study abuse report 'very carefully'
- Billy Vunipola: Saracens forward out of England's autumn internationals
- Hackney stabbing: Teens jailed for Daniel Frederick death
- Piccadilly Line Tube drivers to hold fresh strike action
- Grade I listed Highgate Cemetery running out of space
- Katie Boulter into top 100 of WTA world rankings for first time
- The people least likely to vote Tory
- LGBT housing: Trying to avoid loneliness while growing old
- Sophie Cornish: ‘Women, don’t be so hard on yourselves!’
- Laurent Koscielny: Defender criticises Deschamps and retires
The 29-year-old has died at a prison criticised for its "tragic and appalling" death rate.
The 33 decorated robins hidden as part of a trail to celebrate Robin Hood are on show ahead of an auction.
Zahra Butt is the only amateur boxing coach to wear the traditional Muslim headscarf.
Families of 22 Britons killed in the terror attack instruct lawyers to start civil proceedings.
Five people, including a teenager, are accused of being in the neo-Nazi group National Action.
Mansfield striker Danny Rose has committed his future to the League Two club after a request to come off the transfer list.
Michael Luciw died when an 87-year-old man drove the wrong way on the M42, A42 and M1.
Dwain West and Nathan Whyler went on a spree which saw a police officer and a dog stabbed.
Andy Morris broke the world record for the fastest speed recorded in a jet-propelled go-kart.
Self-styled supervillain mimic Damien Hammond threatened to stab prison officers as he was jailed.
A woman is being pursued for about £60,000 by her husband who is in prison for her attempted murder.
Ken Rigby, who worked at Beechwood Community Home, said it was a "dumping ground" for troubled children.
British show jumper Jack Whitaker emulates his father Michael by claiming Youth Olympic silver in Buenos Aires.
Police dog Axle needed emergency treatment but has since recovered and is back on duty.
"Hundreds" of drivers are expected to switch off their apps from 1pm, say union organisers.
We look at misty sunrises, fields of ripening pumpkins and leaves of red, orange and gold.
Glamorgan sign Billy Root, the younger brother of England captain Joe, on a two-year contract.
David White said he "accepts responsibility for what happened" while he was director of social services.
Christopher Metcalfe, 71, sexually assaulted two young girls in the 1970s.
Government urged to devolve spending to regions after Brexit rather than opting for 'Whitehall power grab'.