The constipated goldfish was saved after his devoted owner splashed out £300 on life-saving surgery.Read the full story ›
Double yellow lines less than a foot long have been painted on a road in Cambridge and are likely be the shortest in Britain.
The lines, at 11 inches long, in Hamilton Road separate a pay and display parking bay from residents' parking.
The city of Cambridge was already vying for the UK's shortest parking restriction with double yellow lines measuring 13 inches in nearby Humberstone Road.
A little girl has been reunited with her missing toy bunny just in time for Christmas with the help of a month-long Twitter campaign.Read the full story ›
A pub and club singer from Great Yarmouth has gone viral on Youtube after an impromptu performance of Erasure's 'A Little Respect' at Kentish Town Tube station.
Neil Francis was waiting for the tube when he decided to break out into song and to his surprise the whole platform joined in.
A musical Polar bear has been causing a song and dance in Bedfordshire.
Bernard, a 6 foot mechanical bear which sings Christmas songs outside a cafe in Shefford, has been investigated by the council after complaints about noise.
Central Bedfordshire Council said it takes all complaints seriously and is urging people to be mindful of their neighbours when planning festivities.
So what do you think? Click below to hear Bernard singing one of his Christmas songs.
A couple from Norfolk have won £1 million in the Lottery. Mike Fiske received the good news but waited a week before telling his wife.Read the full story ›
In the world of small independent record shops you can't really get any smaller than a shed.Read the full story ›
A cat lover has been reunited with his pet Percy after he went missing 10 years ago.Read the full story ›
The World Puddle Jumping Championships have kicked off in Northamptonshire today, and there was a new winner...Read the full story ›
It is the World Puddle Jumping Championships at Wicksteed Park in Northamptonshire today.
Competitors will have to 'give it some welly' if they want to beat last years winner, seven-year-old Lucy Chapman from Kettering.
People are scored on how high they can jump, and the size of their splash - the bigger the better.