BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Jade MayJean: Life after The Voice
- Bury St Edmunds home fix wins 'surprising' Instagram following
- Revenge porn laws 'not working', says victims group
- Essex family completes FA Cup journey with final tickets
- Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement Bill 'should include public vote'
- Prince William opens up about mental health pressures
- World War Two veteran returns to Italy 75 years on
- The 'Brown Babies' who were left behind
- Source of east coast dog death poison still a mystery
- East Anglian Air Ambulance on Cambodian bar advert
BBC Somerset News Feed
- W Series: Jamie Chadwick second in Belgium but retains series lead
- County Championship: Rain ruins final day as Somerset and Surrey share draw
- Yeovil Town Ladies: Championship licence denied and club to go down two tiers
- John 'Goldfinger' Palmer: Trial could 'change loyalties'
- Ex-teacher at Taunton School cleared of indecent assault charges
BBC Oxford News Feed
- RAF Brize Norton Hercules captured in mid-air photoshoot
- Oxfordshire's Big Picture
- Five things from Oxfordshire
- Maja O'Brien: Body in stream identified as missing flautist
- UK knife crime: The first 100 fatal stabbings of 2019
- Florence Waters: Journalist died on 'vision quest' meditation
- Prince Harry accepts damages over Splash News Agency photos
- 2019 European elections: How many new MEPs might you get?
- Singing makes Sam with Down's syndrome 'feel more alive'
- Pregnant at Oxford University: Juggling motherhood with studying
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Duchess of Cambridge posts 'sneak peek' of Chelsea show garden
- Cray Valley lose to Chertsey in Vase final
- British Podcast Awards: George The Poet and Brexitcast win
- Commuters braced as railway timetables change
- How National Gallery's art was hidden from Hitler in WW2
- Tottenham angry over 'lenient' £17,500 Uefa fine for Barcelona
- London protest held in support of British NI veterans
- Tyler, The Creator: 'Rowdy' crowd stops rapper's Peckham gig
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park walkway named after Tessa Jowell
- Rallies held for British soldiers facing NI charges
Pte Robert Johns lied about his age to join up, and was shot dead by a sniper in France in July 1944.
Researchers begin analysing DNA from the 1,300 bones kept in Winchester Cathedral for centuries.
The mental health DJ who says he has helped his listeners out of "very dark places".
Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett says he can build a side to compete at the top of League One next season after losing in the play-offs.
Threats were made ahead of the League One play-off semi-final between Portsmouth and Sunderland.
Warwickshire old boy Keith Barker helps Hampshire to a 314-run win as the injury-hit Bears buckle at Edgbaston.
Ashley Luff stabbed his ex-girlfriend's new partner 17 times after seeing them kissing online.
The online grocer says posts will be lost while a burnt-out warehouse is rebuilt.
Nick Cooke-Priest is removed following reports that he used an MoD car for personal trips.
Meet the Southampton roller derby team that believes the sport improved their mental health.
Sunderland's Luke O'Nien was "punched" by a Portsmouth fan during Thursday's League One game, says team-mate Lee Cattermole.
Dom Sibley hits a ton for the sixth successive match in first-class cricket but Warwickshire face defeat against Hampshire.
Class 442 trains, nicknamed "plastic pigs", were due to be brought back back into service next week.
A 21-year-old woman was treated in hospital following the attack on Hayling Island.
Two Wightlink ferries broke down due to faults involving an engine firm, a report finds.
The TV presenter has been the focus of death threats over his action to restrict wild birds shooting.
Threats to shoot and bomb Portsmouth FC fans during a League One play-off were posted on Twitter.
The presenter is 'devastated' following the death of a guest on his ITV show, which has now been cancelled.
A man found dead by police investigating a burglary was believed to have been there more than a year.
Six chests are thought to hold the remains of some of the early Royal Families of Wessex and England.