Jim Yates has been involved with the breed all his life. Here he writes for ITV Central about the role they have played across the region.Read the full story ›
Lincolnshire Police have put in place a 48-hour dispersal order, to prevent the possibility of a gathering of hare-coursing in the county.Read the full story ›
The government says a million new homes need to be built by 2020 to tackle the "housing crisis".Read the full story ›
The demand for large trees has gone up this year, whilst the supply has gone down.Read the full story ›
The Montgomery Canal has received a grant of more than £2.5 million pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund to continue improvements.Read the full story ›
A fire has gutted a Grade II-listed country mansion dating back to the 18th Century, leaving little more than a stone skeleton.
The blaze broke out at Cosgrove Hall, near Milton Keynes, on Friday afternoon, quickly spreading through the building.
Crews from Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire fire services managed to beat back the flames by early evening, but the mansion could not be saved and the privately-owned property was gutted.
There were no reports of any injuries, and investigations into the cause of the blaze are ongoing.
Emergency services are searching water at Aberglaslyn after a canoeist was reported to be in difficulty.
Police were called just before 3pm this afternoon.
Teams from North Wales Police, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Ambulance Service, Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue and Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue are at the scene.
There were 27 incidents of harecoursing the first weekend of Lincolnshire Police’s clampdown on hare coursing.Read the full story ›
We may be into August and harvest time, but farmers say they're finding crops are underperforming, costing them thousands of pounds.
We've been talking to a farmer in Worcestershire who supplies all his grain to make lager in Burton on Trent but after a wetter than normal start to the summer, has had to go to great lengths this year to make sure his grain is good enough. Melissa Wright reports.
People are being invited to learn more about the role Cannock Chase had in housing and training soldiers during the First World War.Read the full story ›