It's claimed the UK is "better prepared than ever before" to respond to major flooding, 60 years after The Great Flood.
A grandmother and her grandson who were found dead in a lake earlier this year drowned in what was described as a "tragic accident".
A new dad has built the world's fastest motorised pram. Colin Furze has added an engine which gives it a top speed of 50mph.
Wednesday 4 July is Day 47 of the Olympic Torch relay and the flame makes its way from Peterborough to Norwich.
After an overnight stop in Peterborough, it'll start its journey from the city's Guildhall Square at 7.10am.
The torch will venture into South Lincolnshire with legs in Market Deeping, Thurlby, Bourne, Spalding, Moulton, Whaplode, Holbeach and Long Sutton.
The first port of call in Norfolk is King's Lynn and then South Wootton before it goes to the Royal Estate at Sandringham.
After that it's West and East Rudham, Fakenham, Holt, Cromer and Aylsham as it wends its way to Norwich for evening celebrations and the lighting of the Olympic cauldron.
A151 Raymond Mays Way closed in both directions due to flooding at A6121.