A family from Luton are celebrating their twins' first birthday, something of a miracle given they were born four months premature.
Police have been called in to investigate the Halloween decorations at one house in Stevenage after complaints there were too scary.
Nineteen years after Lucy Elliott put a message in a bottle and sent it out to sea, she was shocked to hear from the family who found it.
Millions of pounds worth of cars have been driving through North Norfolk as part of a bi-annual classic and super car rally.
Organised by the Hoste Arms in Burnham Market, vehicles both vintage and modern arrived from all over the country.
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This is the sight that greeted a honeymoon couple when they got back to their home in Southend.
Steve and Hayley O'Rouke's terrace house was given an unexpected Mr Blobby style makeover.
Mr O'Rourke's brother Russell got to work Crinkley Bottom-style in a revenge prank after he'd returned from his own honeymoon to find a brick wall built across his drive.
A newly-wed couple returned from honeymoon to find that their home had been painted bright Pink in the style of Mr Blobby.
The Daily Mirror reports how Steve and Hayley O’Rourke, 32 and 31, from Southend discovered the prank after their two week honeymoon
The groom’s brother Russell, 35, planned the Mr Blobby-style paint job in revenge for a similar joke six years ago.
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One of the most ingenious student pranks of all time is to be recreated although modern health and safety rules may get mean that it is modified somewhat.
55 years ago, some of Cambridge's finest managed to perch a car on top of the University's Senate House, 60 feet up.
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A police officer from Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire has run a local marathon while pulling a 40 stone Aga !
DCI Pete Digby ran all 26 miles of the Halstead and Essex Marathon in aid of the Afghanistan Trust for hurt soldiers.
The former paratrooper had previously been banned from pulling the Aga called Agatha in the London Marathon. Running partner Paul Milson helped him around the course. They were raising money for the Afghanistan Trust for hurt soldiers.