BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Covid: 10 new mass vaccination centres to open in England
- Sutton Hoo: The Anglo Saxon treasures that inspired The Dig starring Ralph Fiennes
- East of England wakes to freezing temperatures and snow
- Burton Albion v Ipswich Town
- Aerial photos capture 'tree of life' structures in Norfolk and Suffolk
- Linda Smith: 'Tremendous obstacles' in 1961 child murder case
- Ipswich police quizzing of black couple 'not racial profiling'
- Covid-19: Matt Hancock promises Suffolk mass vaccination hub
- Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert on his battle against Covid
- Sutton Hoo: 'I taught Ralph Fiennes Suffolk accent' for Netflix film
BBC Somerset News Feed
- Bath: Fly-half Tian Schoeman completes move from Cheetahs
- Covid-19 vaccine hub opens at Taunton Racecourse
- 'I was fighting for my life', says farmer with Covid-19
- Yeovil Town: Covid-hit club forced to postpone two more National League games
- Covid-19: Vaccination rollout begins for over-70s in England
BBC Oxford News Feed
- Covid-19: Oxfordshire hospitals cancel ops amid 'huge challenges'
- Radiohead: School band demo up for auction
- New intensive care unit planned for Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital
- Northampton Town P-P Oxford United: Waterlogged pitch postpones League One fixture
- Melton Mowbray swimmer completes ice bath challenge
- Did we see a Christmas coronavirus spike?
- 'Staggering' number of long Covid cases, MP warns
- Didcot Power Station: Family seek answers after lung cancer death
- Thames Water criticised over Witney river pollution
- Sean Clare: Burton Albion sign Oxford United midfielder on loan
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Leicester City v Chelsea
- Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruption
- Covid-19: Vaccine rollout extended to over-70s in England
- Portsmouth: Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harvey White joins on loan
- Three fined for 150-mile trip for 'epic' night out in London
- 'Relentless' dog attack on Richmond Park deer prompts police warning
- Neasden stabbings: Manhunt as police link three attacks
- London Ambulance Service: 'We take thousands of calls every day - it's tough'
- Nóra Quoirin death: Girl's body 'placed in the jungle'
- Donald Trump balloon: Baby blimp acquired by Museum of London
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Premier League game between Leicester City and Chelsea.
Fresh fish exports have been severely disrupted by new border controls with the European Union.
More than five million more people will be offered a jab as 10 new mass vaccination hubs open in England.
Portsmouth bring in Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harvey White on loan until the end of the season.
The driver was found to be a learner and was also charged with drug-driving, police say.
A red deer had to be put down after being savaged by a red setter in London's Richmond Park.
Police believe all three attacks in Neasden "were committed by the same, lone male suspect".
Ambulance service staff in London explain the unique pressures of working during a pandemic.
Nóra Quoirin's parents do not accept the findings of an inquest into her death in Malaysia.
The huge blimp is acquired by the Museum of London for its protest collection.
AC Milan are in talks to sign Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori on loan, with former Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic also set to join.
How has record signing Tanguy Ndombele gone from looking set to be an expensive flop to star player at Tottenham?
A group of London firms has written to ministers calling for financial support for the rail firm.
Olli Harder's debut as West Ham boss ends in defeat as Spurs edge to a third straight Women's Super League win.
Arsenal drop further points in their Women's Super League title quest after they are held to a draw at Reading.
But Sir Simon Stevens says the health service has never been in a more precarious situation.
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Premier League game between Arsenal and Newcastle United.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Sheffield United and Tottenham Hotspur.
A third person is attacked in the same road where Leon Street, 48, was stabbed on Monday.
More than half of the Church of England's 14,000 parishes will not open for Sunday services later.