The first load of soil has arrived from London at an Essex island to start the creation of Europe's largest coastal nature reserve.
Four and a half million tonnes is being excavated from beneath the capital to create a rail link between Heathrow and Shenfield in Essex and the earth is being used to bolster Wallasea island near Southend to create a haven for hundreds of thousands of birds
More top news
A large port, dating back hundreds of years, could be excavated if plans to turn parts of Reach, in Cambridgeshire, into an ancient monument
An ITV documentary shows exclusive footage from inside HMP Norwich and talks to inmates about being part from their families and friends
Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey was given a ticking off for using her phone in Parliament today.