A look at how the changing climate has impacted the risk of flooding.Read the full story ›
Herman the tortoise was found in a pipe after being missing for 28 days.Read the full story ›
Thousands of guides and scouts are camping out in Norfolk this week for one of the country's biggest jamboreesRead the full story ›
The latest in our series looking at the regions waterways and tonight, Britain's largest protected wetlands.Read the full story ›
Thousands of runners have been pounding the streets of Norwich in sweltering conditions to take part in a 10km race through the city.Read the full story ›
The adventures of a bold beagle called Hector have been turned into a book. It tells of his many real-life adventures in his wheelchair.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are expected to attend the popular Cambridgeshire Folk Festival this weekend. Many have already arrived at the four day event which has grown in size each year. Held at Cherry Hinton Hall, it's now one of the longest running and best known music festivals in Europe. It hosts an eclectic line-up with traditional and cutting edge contemporary acts from around the world.
Essex artist Grayson Perry is searching for the pots he sold for "modest sums" and even gave away at the beginning of his career.
The cross-dressing potter, 58, has made his name as one of Britain's best-known and most well-loved artists since scooping the Turner Prize in 2003.
But he has lost trace of many of the works he made during evening classes more than 20 years ago and is hunting them down for a new exhibition at the Holburne Museum in Bath, asking anyone with a pot or plate created between 1983 and 1994 to get in touch.
Tonight's episode of our Now and Then series explores the wildlife that depends on our waterways to survive.Read the full story ›
A dog and its owner have sparked a massive rescue effort in King's Lynn after they fell down a 20ft sewer.
The man had been trying to rescue his dog when he too fell in. Neither was seriously injured.
The fire service warned that if you see an animal in distress, in water, below ground or at height, don't attempt to rescue it on your own; call the RSPCA or fire brigade.