The family of a soldier from Northamptonshire who has been awarded the Victoria Cross have been speaking about his bravery.
A man from Essex who’s been cleared of killing a tourist who drowned in Tenerife has told ITV News that he tried to save the man’s life.
The daughter-in-law of the Suffolk fugitive Eddie Maher has appeared on ITV's Daybreak explaining why she shopped him to the US authorities.
Eddie Maher - known as "Fast Eddie" - has been jailed for five years at Southwark Crown Court after admitting the 1993 theft of a security van in Felixstowe containing £1.2 million.
Maher spent almost 20 years on the run in the US.
Outlining the case, prosecutor Richard Southern QC said on the day of the theft Maher had been on the delivery run with colleague Peter Bunn, who was responsible for carrying cash from the van to the bank.
He said: "Mr Bunn recalls that when they arrived in Felixstowe the bank was not open and he had to wait a while.
"Once inside he was delayed and tried to contact Mr Maher to tell him. He could not make contact but was not at that point concerned because the radio signal was variable.
"It was not until he came out of the bank that he found the van had disappeared."
It is thought Maher drove the van to nearby Landguard Point where he got into its secure area and loaded about 30 sacks of cash into a stolen getaway vehicle.
Eddie Maher, who spent almost 20 years as a fugitive in the US, today admitted at Southwark Crown Court the 1993 theft of a security van in Felixstowe containing £1.2 million.
A memorial service has been held for a former Norwich schoolboy killed in a terrorist attack in Algeria last month.
Sebastian John, 26, was born in Luton. He was an engineer who'd begun work for BP last year. He arrived in Algeria a week before the crisis. He leaves a wife and young child.
A memorial service for a former Norwich schoolboy killed in a terrorist attack in Algeria is to take place today.
26-year-old Sebastian John died in the attack at the In Amenas gas plant last month. He was an engineer who began work for BP last year and arrived in Algeria a week before the crisis.
The memorial service is due to take place at Norwich Cathedral this afternoon.