The father of a British man murdered in Thailand believes his son had stepped in to help his fellow victim, Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk, when they were both killed.
Essex police has released CCTV images of four men they want to trace after a man in his 20s was left with a fractured skull after he was assaulted in Southend.
It happened in Essex Street near the junction of Chichester Road on Monday 18th August.
The victim suffered a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain.
Anyone who recognises the four men from the CCTV images should contact Pc Chris Flynn at Southend CID via Essex police 101, or the can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111
A number of animals are returning to the Sealife Sanctuary in Hunstanton nearly 10 months after the building was damaged in last December's tidal surge on the Norfolk coast.
More than 2,500 creatures were sent to foster homes across the UK in the aftermath of the storm.
Common seals, giant sea turtles, otters, penguins and rays along with hundreds of fish are due to arrive.
Fundraisers at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge say they're just under£14,000 short of raising what they need to buy a 350 year-old wooden bust of the Virgin Mary.
The "Virgin of Sorrows" is just 34cm tall and has been on display there over the summer.
It is considered one of the finest examples of its kind. The tears are made from glass and the eyelashes from human hair.
The museum has until the end of the month to raise the £85,000 total they need.
The A134 which passes through Thetford Forest has been named as one of the nation's biggest deer accident hotspots.
As summer draws to a close, The Country Landowners Association is warning motorists of the increased risk of deer running into roads in rural areas.
October and November is rutting season when males become more territorial and aggressive.
The AA estimates that between 40,000 and 75,000 deer are killed in collisions on the UK's roads every year, causing £11 million worth of damage to vehicles.
Police are investigating after a dog was stolen from a house in Lyttelton Road, St James, Northampton.
It happened at some point between 5pm on Wednesday 17 September and 4pm on Thursday 18 September.
The dog is a five-and-a-half-month old tan-coloured Bordeaux-cross Shar Pei and he responds to his name - Hooch.
Witnesses, or anyone with information, can call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
It is a murder that still remains a mystery 15 years after it shocked a community in Suffolk.
Victoria Hall's brutal killing made headlines for weeks following her disappearance in September 1999 after a night out with friends in Felixstowe.
Now her father Graham is making a fresh appeal for the answers he and Victoria's mother so desperately need.
Click below to watch a report by Tanya Mercer:
Hot on the heels of the Scottish Referendum, politics is running headlong into the party conference season.
Labour is up first with supporters from across the Anglia region gathered in Manchester.
With one crucial vote out of the way all eyes are now on the General Election less than eight months away.
Our region will be a key battleground and Labour have plenty to do with just three MPs in the west of the region and no MPs in Essex, Suffolk or Norfolk.
So how do they persuade voters to back them and their leader? Our political correspondent Emma Hutchinson reports from Manchester.
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It is the country's biggest supermarket chain and until today appeared to have an ever growing number of stores in the region but now Tesco is to mothball one of its brand new shops in Cambridgeshire.
The store at Chatteris was due to open in November and construction work is well underway but now it is all going to be boarded up. It is a decision that has not gone down well in the town.
Click below to watch a report by Matthew Hudson:
During the inquest of the Stevenage man shot in an execution-style killing in Libya the coroner says he was simply "in the wrong place at the wrong time".
Mark Fane De Salis, who used only the last part of his surname, was an engineer working in the country when his body was found alongside that of his girlfriend on a beach near Tripoli in January.
Click below to watch a report from Russell Hookey: