A lorry driver found himself in a tight spot this morning after his Sat Nav directed him down a narrow Hertfordshire road.
The navigation system took him through Walkern near Stevenage, a route his 50-foot vehicle did not seem to agree with.
The lorry was stuck for some time before Hertfordshire Police helped maneuver it out, although not before a few tongue in cheek tweets.
Approximately ten thousand people are expected to attend the East of England showground in Peterborough today for the country's largest farm machinery show.
The LAMMA event started at 6am this morning and goes on until 6pm tomorrow evening.
Motorists are being warned they face long delays around the area.
The winner of a £33 million Lotto prize still remains a mystery, Camelot has confirmed.
If the money stays unclaimed this week, the National Lottery organiser is expected to release details of where the ticket was bought.
It's been more than a week since Lotto ticket holders crossed their fingers for Britain's biggest-ever Lotto jackpot - the result of 14 rollovers.
Just two winners shared the £66 million fortune, with David and Carol Martin, both 54, from Hawick in the Scottish Borders, immediately claiming their half of the jackpot.
Last week a Camelot spokesman said it was "highly unusual" that no one had come forward following the level of hype and excitement around this particular draw.
A lot of times, the winner will tell us they just didn't get around to checking the ticket, usually because of some event like moving house, going on holiday.
Camelot will release information about where the ticket was bought within 25 days of the draw, in an effort to jog people's memories.
The winning numbers were 26, 27, 46, 47, 52 and 58.
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A man has been arrested after police chased a stolen tractor for 15 miles across the Norfolk-Cambridgeshire border.
The police chase included a helicopter and they tailed the tractor for half an hour.
Officers were first called to a farm at Tilney St Lawrence, near King's Lynn, just before 8pm on Saturday.
They chased the vehicle to Oakroyd Crescent in Wisbech - around 15 miles away - where the driver jumped out and ran off.
The tractor - a Case Puma 160 - was abandoned just in front of homes on the residential street but police said no damage was caused.
Officers confirmed a man in his 20s had been arrested in connection with the theft.
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