Former Ipswich Town player Kieron Dyer has made his jungle debut on ITV's 'I'm a celebrity get me out of here'.Read the full story ›
Many unseen images and copies of documents relating to the First World War are to go on show in libraries across Northamptonshire.
The records, which are held by Northamptonshire County Council's archives service, will be on display at selected libraries across the county between November 14th and 21st.
"Every day at the archive, staff and visitors discover new things, whether it is a will from the 15th century showing the possessions of an ancestor, or the signatures and seals of royalty, it's all here. Our role is to preserve these unique documents for current and future generations to enjoy, and this exhibition is one part of that."
The exhibition includes letters sent home from the front by Arthur Bonham from Northampton.
The letters give a first hand account of life in the trenches, gas attacks and references to what would become known as the Battle of the Somme.
The documents can be seen at the Record Office at Wootton Hall Park, as well as the following libraries: Northampton, Kettering, Daventry, Wellingborough, Towcester, Rushden and Corby
A premature fawn has been saved after a passer-by found its heavily pregnant mother dead by the roadside. The fawn is now 'doing well'.Read the full story ›
Felixstowe's iconic Spa Pavilion is set to re-open this weekend.
The theatre which originally opened in 1909 was forced to close two years ago when the council said it could't afford to fund it.
In March it was sold to a theatre company for an undisclosed sum.
A hearing dog from Northampton's scooped a bravery award after saving its owner from a mugging.
Matthew Lunney was born deaf and relies on Joe to alert him to sounds. And it was Joe who heard someone trying to ambush Matt as he was in his car.
"I've never heard him bark like that before. But, because of that, the man let go of the door handle and ran off."
They were given the award by Dame Esther Rantzen at the Hearing Dogs Awards in London. They walked away with the 'Specsavers Heroic Partnership of the Year Award."
A dog from Harlow has set a new world record for the most items caught by a dog in 30 seconds.
The aptly named Hagrid - who weighs-in at 11 stone - attempted the trick with biscuits at first but they simply weren't tasty enough.
So his owner Sarah Woodthorpe-Evans brought Hagrid back two hours later armed with sausages and Hagrid managed 13.
Liz Summers went to meet him.
Firemen from Cambridge donned their dancing shoes to spread a very unique safety message.Read the full story ›
A list of when Christmas lights will be switched on around the region.Read the full story ›
A swan caused tailbacks during rush hour yesterday night as police were called to get it off the road.
It happened on the A45 westbound just after 6pm, causing problems for drivers trying to get home.
A policeman gave 'pursuit' and after a short time, managed to get the bird off the carriageway safely.
Cambridgeshire Police have informed the military after a suspected grenade was discovered at Back Hill in Ely.
Officers say the device has been sandbagged and the situation is under control.