Police are carrying out a post mortem examination on the body of a woman found murdered in a Bedford hotel room. Her partner was later found dead on a railway line in the Midlands.
A woman from Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire has died after being hit on the head by a falling rock while mountain climbing in the Scottish Highlands.
Jane Doole, 61, was struck near the Pygme Ridge in the Cairngorms on Tuesday September 2. She was among a group of six hillwalkers climbing in pairs.
24 people who were arrested as part of a national investigation into high-value museum thefts have had their bail extended.
The 20 men, two women and two teenage boys were arrested in September in connection with six crimes over a four-month period at museums and auction houses across England.
Chinese artefacts and rhinoceros horn were targeted in six incidents - two thefts and an attempted theft from Durham University Oriental Museum and further incidents at Gorringes Auction House in East Sussex, Norwich Castle Museum in Norfolk and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
Detectives from the Joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team have released a man on bail following allegations of serious sexual assaults on two women in Great Yarmouth last weekend.
It is believed that the incident took place between 1:15am and 2:15am on Sunday 7th September in an alleyway between Regent Road and Albion Road.
Early this morning (Friday), a man in his late 20s from the North Walsham area was arrested on suspicion of rape. He has been released on police bail until the end of next month.
Flowers have been left at the spot where a missing 21-year olds body has been found in Milton Keynes.
The search was called off for Alex Todd-Weller after a body matching his description was found in Furzton Lake yesterday afternoon.
Thames Valley Police say a formal identification is yet to take place, but the family of Mr Todd-Weller have been informed.
Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of heavy metal band Iron Maiden, is preparing for a flying display at this weekend's Duxford Airshow. Emily Knight watched him practice.
A former soldier from Suffolk who lost a leg in Afghanistan was cheered to victory at the Invictus Games by soldiers who served on the frontline with him.
Alex Tate won gold in the 100m ambulant IT1 sprint on Thursday, watched by former colleagues from 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment. The troops are working as stewards at the international sports event for Wounded, Injured and Sick Service personnel and veterans taking place in London.
Alex, 24, from Bury St Edmunds, lost his left leg below the knee after being caught in an IED explosion in southern Afghanistan in September 2012.
Norfolk Police say there are long delays both east and westbound on the A47 at Postwick, east of Norwich.
Police say the delays were caused by accdents on both carriageways earlier this morning.
Four men have left Norwich on a whistlestop tour to every Football League ground in just 72 hours to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Charity. Marc Patterson (Liverpool), John Wyatt (Tottenham), Ron Martin (Tottenham) and Bill Goss (West Ham) set out from Norwich City FC yesterday and hope to make it to Cambridge United FC for 3pm tomorow.
They're currently on schedulte to drive to each club in 72 hours, get a picture and video outside the ground with 3 of the friends doing 10 'keepy uppies', You can track their progress at www.92clubchallenge.co.uk or @92in72