BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- New Army Apache helicopters lift off at Wattisham airfield
- World Indoor Bowls Championship 2021: Katherine Rednall delighted by fourth singles title
- Apache attack helicopters start test flights at Wattisham
- Norfolk hospital patients to be sent to hotel to free up bed space
- Tyreeq Bakinson: Ipswich sign midfielder on loan
- Myles Kenlock: Ipswich Town defender joins Colchester United on loan
- Elmswell: Van driver dies in A1088 lorry crash
- Suffolk: Thieves steal seven Royal Mail heritage postboxes
- Christian Walton: Ipswich Town sign Brighton goalkeeper on permanent deal
- Covid: One in five people in Ipswich are unvaccinated
BBC Somerset News Feed
- Champions Cup: Underhill back for Bath as they take on Leinster
- Peter Siddle: Somerset sign Australia seam bowler as overseas player until August
- Somerset carnival park given go-ahead after narrow vote
- Weston beach: Swimmers advised to avoid the sea
- County Championship: More June and July games scheduled in 2022 fixtures
BBC Oxford News Feed
- Oxford wild swimmers told of Thames Water sewage release a day late
- Coronavirus: Case rates in Oxfordshire
- Sewage pollution: How clean are our rivers?
- Love Island contestant Sharon Gaffka leads anti drink-spiking campaign
- Kennington Railway Bridge replacement project cost jumps to £90m
- Wantage stud farm owner refusing to pay £16k bill to Castle Water
- Sewage regularly dumped illegally in England and Wales rivers
- Oxfordshire and Cherwell councils to end formal partnership
- Oxford United: Public to be asked about new stadium plan
- Oldfield leaves Oxford City for Weymouth
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Model pulled hair out after Met Police detective secretly filmed her
- Notts County v Barnet: Game called off after Covid cases in Bees camp
- Fatjon Oruci: Further arrest in New Year's Day murder probe
- Heineken Champions Cup: Harlequins v Castres team news
- Meet the woman who tells us to mind the gap
- Thomas Partey: Arsenal and Ghana midfielder responds to challenging few days
- Fats Timbo: 'I thought I was cursed'
- National Archives exhibition reveals 'Roaring Twenties' reality
- Moorfields Eye Hospital gives woman, 88, bionic eye implant
- London violence: Children as young as 10 fear being stabbed
The two officers are discharged from hospital while the passenger is being treated for injuries.
Hard-to-reach groups – from rough sleepers to fairground workers – are being targeted in a final vaccine push.
Illegal dumping of rubbish is on the rise as criminals exploit flaws in the system.
Aquind Ltd is denied permission for a £1.2bn electricity link between Portsmouth and Normandy.
A member of the public found the man with serious injuries in Abbey Road late on Wednesday.
Bert Warne, now 102, spent years working on the Burma Railway.
Millie was in danger of drowning as the tide rose on mudflats near Emsworth.
Portsmouth begin work to regenerate their Fratton Park stadium in a bid to maintain its traditional feel and unique atmosphere.
Zara Rutherford endured extreme conditions during a trip that took two months longer than planned.
More County Championship matches will be played in June and July following calls for more red-ball cricket in mid-summer.
Investigation reveals almost 1,000 dentists left the health service last year.
A 91-year-old was struck in Portsmouth by a black Nissan Qashqai which did not stop, police said.
Alan Bloomer, 27, died when he was struck by two cars on the A31 near Rufus Stone.
The 91-year-old was found with head, arm and knee injuries outside a Portsmouth pub.
Jan Gossaert's Adoration Of The Kings features in the "immersive" exhibit at Winchester Cathedral.
The redevelopment of Fratton Park's North Stand Lower began this month.
Stephen Swanson, 69, died in hospital after a crash on the A31 near Minstead.
Harry Charles, from Alton, won two prestigious events at the London International Horse Show.
Analysis suggests seven water companies illegally dumped sewage thousands of times between 2017 and 2021.
John Smyth led Christian camps where he beat boys from public schools in the 1970s and 80s.