More than 200 knives have been handed in to Northamptonshire police during a month long knife amnesty.
Knuckle-dusters, samurai swords and flick knives were among the haul.
The amnesty was part of 'Operation Limit', the force's crackdown on violent crime.
The blades will be melted down to create an angel statue in Trafalgar Square in memory of those who have lost their lives as a result of knife crime.
Norfolk and Suffolk Police are supporting a road safety campaign to remind car drivers and motorbike riders to drive and ride safe this bank holiday weekend.
The motorcycle season traditionally begins around Easter weekend, as more people take to their bikes for the long weekend.
Both forces are supporting a national campaign led by ACPO ( Association of Chief Police Officers) to raise awareness of road safety.
Hinchingbrooke Hospital is being handed back to the NHS to run it from today. It comes after the private company 'Circle' which ran the trust, ended its contract there yesterday.
Bosses say there will be no noticeable change or disruption for staff or patients.
Hinchingbrooke was the UK's only privately run NHS Trust, until the company running it decided to end its contract earlier this year.
Archaeologists have unearthed a medieval hospital graveyard underneath a Cambridge University college.
It's thought to be one the largest of its kind in the country containing over 1,000 human remains.
It was found during excavations at Old Divinity School on the site of what is now St John's College.
The bodies, which mostly date from a period spanning the 13th to 15th centuries, are burials from the medieval Hospital of St John the Evangelist which stood opposite the graveyard until 1511, and from which St John's College takes its name.
Roadworks on the A14 between Histon and Girton near Cambridge won't now be finished by Easter.
The Highways agency says they had expected to remove most of the works between Histon and Girton in time for the bank holiday, but extra pressures including high winds and the breakdown of equipment on site, means it's been delayed by a week.
The additional lanes won't be open until the end of next week.
Other work will continue until early June, which will include street lighting work - for which a 50mph limit will be in place - and fully resurfacing the road between junctions 31 and 32, which we've added to the programme and will be completed using overnight closures.
It's the second delay on the works which were due to be finished earlier this year.
A man from Milton Keynes has been sentenced to 8-years in prison after he was convicted of 12 fraud offences totalling more than £750,000.
53-year-old John Clifton Davies was sentenced in his absence after he failed to attend court for his six week trial at Aylesbury Crown Court earlier this month.
The convictions relate to his dealings with nine different companies where he gained more than £750,000 from them
A warrant for his arrest has been issued.
A park in Northamptonshire, known as the "home of children's play" has celebrated the end of a £3 million restoration of one of its major attractions.
The lake at Wicksteed Park in Kettering is one of the site's oldest features - there since it opened in the 1920s.
To mark the end of the restoration a new sculpture has been unveiled on the water's edge as a reminder of the park's history.
It's emerged that tickets for Radio 1's Big Weekend in Norwich are being sold second hand on the internet for prices reaching over £200..
50,000 tickets were snapped up in just 40 minutes this morning for the event being held at Earlham Park in May.
The radio station is warning people to not be tempted to buy them. In a statement on their website they said....