Two people have been taken to hospital after what is believed to be a gas explosion in Gorleston in Norfolk.
A painted portrait of the Chief Executive of Norwich Theatre Royal could go on display at the National Gallery in London.
Painted by local artist, Will Teather, the picture of Peter Wilson, who is also the producer of the hit show Woman in Black has made the initial shortlist for the National Gallery's portrait award.
Over 2000 entries are received from professional portrait painters each year.
Neglected countryside ponds in our region are to be restored, thanks to a £96,000 pound grant for a project working along the River Nene.
Each pond can support hundreds of species, but conservationists say many ponds have been lost, and most of those left are in a poor condition.
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Inmates in the Yarl's Wood detention centre took part in a peaceful protest last night, after a documentary alleged that guards there were using racist, sexist and aggressive language.
Bedfordshire police have confirmed that the protest ended peacefully and they weren't called to the scene.
Detainees from inside the centre have reportedly said that a hunger strike is ongoing, but Serco, which manages the centre, has denied that a strike is taking place.
Colchester United manager Tony Humes still believes that his side can avoid relegation to League Two, despite a damaging defeat to Notts County last night.
Paddy McCourt scored the winner for the visitors midway through the second-half.
The result leaves Colchester two points from safety with 12 games remaining.
Police in Luton say that a man who has gone missing with his baby in Luton is acting "out of character".
Kieran Carroll, 22, was last seen on Tuesday and is believed to be with eight-month-old Louis.
He was last seen at approximately 2pm on Tuesday on CCTV in Luton.