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A new-born piglet was returned to its owner after Norfolk Police found him wandering in the road.
Officers tweeted pictures of the rescue operation after finding the pig on the A1066 near Thetford.
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Today's persistent rain wasn't enough to put off those heading to this year's annual World Conker Championships in Northamptonshire.
All but a handful of the expected 200 entrants turned up to the village of Southwick for the event, even if the number of spectators was down because of the weather.
Rules are strictly enforced and players come from all over the country and beyond.
Over the years the championships have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charities for the visually impaired.
"All children, when they're young like to play conkers and they get all grown up and they want to play and of course we've got the junior championships as well. Where can a child of 7, 8 or 10 go into a competition and be a world champion."
The city of Ely has been hosting a unique world sporting championship.
Competitors, including two pantomime characters have been taking part in the world's only street potato racing event.
Those taking part have to run carrying either a 20kg or 10kg bag of potatoes.
It's part of efforts to show the journey the potato makes from the field to the frier.
Last year the event raised around £2,000 for local schools and charities with hundreds of people lining the streets to watch the action.
"Basically it's an endurance event where people race from one end of the high street to the other with 20kg of potatoes. It is fun, but more and more over the years it has become very competitive. It's a celebration of the potato and it's the harvest festival here in Ely this weekend and it's to celebrate the crop of the potatoes, it's very important."
For more than 50 years the World Conker Championships have been held in Northamptonshire and they return this weekend.Read the full story ›
The project has been set up by environmental charity Hubbub, who also hope it'll help prevent food waste and promote healthier lifestyles.Read the full story ›
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They found fame in the groundbreaking eighties sitcom The Young One - now Nigel Planer and Adrian Edmondson are starring in their own sci-fi comedy Vulcan 7.
The stage comedy written by the pair is touring the country and it is on at Cambridge Arts Theatre until 6 October 2018.
Ade and Nigel talk to ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson about their careers, growing old disgracefully, the laughter of tragic losers and the changing face of comedy.