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
Routine surgeries at hospitals in Oxfordshire have been postponed because of coronavirus pressures.
The five members of Radiohead met at school in Abingdon and formed a band called On A Friday.
Health bosses says there is an "urgent requirement" for increased capacity at John Radcliffe Hospital.
Saturday's League One fixture between Northampton Town and Oxford United is postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Solicitor Justine Sore says she devised the challenge to get her "cold water fix in lockdown".
Christmas gatherings were cut back but was there still an impact on Covid cases?
Layla Moran says 300,000 people are now living with the long-term effects of coronavirus in the UK.
Brian Neil's family want to know if he was exposed to silica in his job as a sandblaster.
Campaigners say raw sewage is being dumped in rivers because infrastructure is inadequate.
Burton Albion sign midfielder Sean Clare on loan from fellow League One side Oxford United until the end of the season.
Coronavirus lockdown rules are changing across the UK, but who is responsible for enforcing them?
The "tranquil woodland" in Oxford inspired the classic series of children's books.
Oxford United midfielder Cameron Brannagan says the NHS saved his eyesight following a rare infection in October.
The chopper was in a field for six days after it sunk into the mud during a precautionary landing.
Public Health England answer questions about vaccinations, shop workers and lockdown.
Cotswold Water Park is recognised as one of the UK's most important wildlife sites by Natural England.
The aircraft is still in a field, three days after it sunk into the mud in a precautionary landing.
The amazing life of Johnny Smythe - RAF officer, prisoner of war and a father of the Windrush generation.
It comes amid concerns of hospitals being overwhelmed and delays in vaccine delivery.
Charities say the BBC's analysis shows councils must improve training for employees.