A man from Norwich has found a unique way of using the new £5 note to play his vinyl records.Read the full story ›
A dusty old E-type Jaguar, which had been left in a shed since 1975, has sold at auction for more than £85,000.
It went under the hammer at Duxford today and was expected to for go around £30,000.
It went for over twice that amount, finally reaching £85,800. It’s estimated it will cost that amount again to get the car the back to pristine condition.
Turner the swan was saved by an animal-loving driver after it wandered onto the motorway.Read the full story ›
It's National Poetry Day and poets have been popping up in Sheringham from the station to the prom, here's how they got along !Read the full story ›
A new newspaper which will only publish good news is being launched in Luton.
It's the idea of Editor Shaz Zaman whose group 'Stand up Luton' are fed up of the negative image of the town.
It is being given out for free and funded entirely by donations.
"The conception that people have of our town of being a hotbed of extremism, gangs, violence, there's people sitting at home saying yeah, I'm fed up of people really having a go at my town. This is a vehicle for people to be able to come around, to know that there are people who want to do good."
Events to mark 'Black History Month' have got underway in Peterborough with live music. This year's theme is 'Africa, Mother of Mankind'Read the full story ›
The search is on for a mystery lottery ticket holder in Colchester who has won an £8.1 million prize.Read the full story ›
Dozens of colourful fibreglass pigs went under the hammer this evening in Suffolk, to raise money for the St Elizabeth hospice.
Over the summer, porky stars including Ed Sheer-Ham, Porkman Road and Sir Bradley Piggins have adorned the streets of the town for the Pigs Gone Wild sculpture trail.
Tonight, the auction at Trinity Park raised a whopping £195,050- Ipswich Blue, proved the most popular, selling for £6,500 followed by Ed Sheer-Ham at £6,200.
Well done me hearties!
Dozens of colourful fibreglass pigs are being sold at auction in Ipswich this evening to raise money for the St Elizabeth Hospice.
Over the summer, porky stars including Ed Sheer-Ham and Piggy Stardust have adorned the streets of the town for the Pigs Gone Wild sculpture trail.
Serena Sandhu trotted along to preview tonight's auction at Trinity Park.
As a rioter threw a petrol bomb at police in Cambridgeshire, Chinese delegates animatedly watched the unfolding major incident.Read the full story ›