Rather cloudy with an increasing chance of rain during the day, perhaps heavy at times later across northern parts.Read the full story ›
Low levels of pollen for the rest of the week as we move to the end of tree pollen season.Read the full story ›
Cloudy, mostly dry tonight. Breezy near the coast.Read the full story ›
Leicester Tigers' centre Manu Tuilagi will miss England's tour to Australia next month with a hamstring problem.Read the full story ›
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to after a woman was sexually assaulted in a club in Northampton town centre.
It happened at 3.45am on Saturday, 9 April, at NB’s in Bridge Street.
The offender is described as an Asian man with a chubby build, about 5ft 4in with short, black hair and a short, black beard. He is described as having a non-English accent.
Anyone who recognises the man in the attached image - or who witnessed the incident - is asked contact police.
A dry day with sunshine but cloud amounts increasing for the afternoon. Feeling warm in sunshine away from the Lincolnshire coast.Read the full story ›
Two puppies will soon be joining Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire Police forces this week.
They are yet to be named and the forces are asking the public to help name them.
Nottinghamshire County Council has apologised to a man who was forced to work as a child slave after being taken into foster care.Read the full story ›
A paralysed woman from Melton Mowbray who was banned from taking part in a 10k race in a robotic suit has been told she can now enter.Read the full story ›
A hundred Syrian refugees are to be welcomed into Peterborough between now and 2020.
The city council has agreed to resettle five families a year for the next five years as part of a wider government pledge to accept 20,000 people forced from their homes.
The first groups - usually made up of two adults and two children - will arrive in Peterborough this autumn.
"The government has confirmed that we will receive appropriate levels of funding for these families. That means that we can be sure that we're offering them the help that they need and over the next few months we will be making appropriate arrangements to prepare for their arrival.
"This city has a long and proud history of welcoming those that need our help and we will be working with groups from across our community that have already offered their assistance."