- Animals lap up April sunny spells as temperatures soar
- Biyi Alo: Worcester Warriors prop to leave for French side Soyaux Angouleme
- Hereford FC win Southern Premier League title for third successive promotion
- The Pickup Artists declare a war on litter
- Charles de Gaulle cadet mansion for sale in Bewdley
BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Bobby Ferguson: Former Ipswich Town manager's life celebrated
- Easton and Otley College still failing in some areas
- The mystery of the homesick mechanic who stole a plane
- Stowaway hid on rugby team bus from France to Suffolk
- NHS apologises to family over mother's hospital death
- Ed Sheeran's Framlingham 'Castle on the Hill' visitor boost
- Southwold people smuggling bid: Pair found guilty
- 'Lucky escape' Felixstowe rail crossing driver jailed
- Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town
- Greater Anglia pays commuter who sued over delays
BBC Somerset News Feed
- Jonathan Joseph: Bath's England centre set to miss South Africa tour
- Premier League Darts: Gary Anderson wins twice, Van Gerwen beaten in Rotterdam
- North Somerset Council forced amputee to pay care fees
- Yeovil Town Ladies v Birmingham City Ladies
- Australia ball-tampering: Matt Renshaw backs Cameron Bancroft to recover from ban
BBC Oxford News Feed
- Katie Hopkins musical confronts the age of outrage
- Narrow vocabulary 'hits pupils' grades'
- Oxfordshire Association for the Blind to change name
- Thames Valley Police arrest 16 in drug raids
- Abingdon reservoir proposals questioned by Oxfordshire County Council
- Bullring owner Hammerson pulls back from Intu takeover
- Wigan Athletic 1-0 Oxford United
- Oxford May Morning: New measures to tackle crowd problems
- Recycling hope for plastic-hungry enzyme
- Oxford grooming gang: two members jailed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Plastic straw and cotton bud ban proposed
- London Marathon: 10 things no-one tells you before running
- Windrush: Investigation urged over landing cards
- Dale Winton, Supermarket Sweep presenter, dies aged 62
- Hospitals recruit managers faster than doctors and nurses
- Windrush row: I was denied NHS cancer treatment
- Two murder arrests after London baby girl died
- Romford police shooting: Man shot dead 'had air rifle'
- Residents consider class action over Grenfell-style cladding
- Arsenal Women v Reading Women
Oxford Uni says sorry as a female cleaner was asked to remove International Women's Day graffiti.
A collection of stories and videos from the last week.
Researchers are using powerful X-rays to look inside cannonballs found on the famous Tudor ship, the Mary Rose.
An artist installed temporary lights to illuminate both sides of a bridge in Henley-on-Thames.
An independent panel was asked to look at changes at Horton General Hospital by Jeremy Hunt.
Applications to join the scheme are from areas at "high risk" of bovine TB, Natural England says.
Oxford joins universities, including Cambridge, in calling for a rethink over staff pension cuts.
One caller rang an ambulance service 3,594 times in 12 months.
Catherine was greeted at Pegasus Primary School in Oxford by cheering children waving flags.
Mark Pawley and Adrian Fannon were stabbed repeatedly in a sustained attack, a jury is told.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust apologised for failing to share information with police.
Ex-priest Matt Ineson says Church leaders did not act when he told them of the alleged 1984 abuse
Historic England says it is interested in helping people understand who is remembered and why.
Lord Coe and Steve Cram lead the tributes to the "inspirational" four-minute mile breaker Sir Roger Bannister, who has died at the age of 88.
Local authorities could lose planning powers if house-building targets are not being met, Sajid Javid says.
Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, dies at the age of 88.
The first man to run a mile in under four minutes who went on to became a distinguished neurologist.
A team of researchers thinks the missing statue heads could be in gardens around the city.
A team of researchers thinks the missing statue heads could be in gardens around Oxford.
Universal Credit is one of the biggest social upheavals in a century.