It's been confirmed this evening that a disease which can cause sheep and cattle to give birth to their young still-born has now spread into our region for the first time.
The Schmallenberg virus has been confirmed at a farm in Lincolnshire - although animal health experts aren't confirming exactly where until more tests are done. It's thought animals are infected by bites from midges which have been blown across the North Sea.
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Often windy and showery with some sunshine in-between. Feeling colder, showers wintry over hills, drier for midweek
The father of a British victim of the Germanwings disaster has urged airlines to take action to look after pilots "properly".
A brighter, mild but windy afternoon with occasional showers. Unsettled start on Sunday with a mix of sun and showers later, feeling cooler