Isolated showers, sunny spells and becoming very warm.Read the full story ›
Rohith Sharma who sold fake goods on the internet auction site eBay has been jailed for 20 months at Luton Crown CourtRead the full story ›
Roderick McDonald and Stephen Simons slashed their 84-year-old victim's hands when he tried to stop them ransacking his home.Read the full story ›
Wildlife trusts in the region are warning that hedgehogs are suffering during the current hot weather.
Harder soil and the lack of water has meant Hedgehogs are having to travel further and further to find vital food and water.
Essex Wildlife Trust says with impenetrable garden fences, Hedgehogs are putting themselves at risk and crossing main roads in their search.
Hedgehogs have already faced massive declines over the last 50 years due to agricultural intensification, habitat fragmentation and an increase in roads.
Essex Wildlife Trust are asking you to do two simple things to give Hedgehogs the best chance of surviving the summer.
- Firstly, leaving out a shallow dish of water provides a much-needed source of hydration (but not milk).
- Secondly, cutting a small hole around 13cm by 13cm wide - roughly the size of a CD - in the bottom of your hedge or fence allows Hedgehogs to move from garden to garden and avoid having to cross dangerous roads.
A dry morning with sunny spells. Scattered showers developing later, some heavy with a risk of thunder and localised downpours.Read the full story ›
A dry evening with some late sunny spells followed by a dry night. Hot on Friday with sunshine and scattered showers in the afternoonRead the full story ›
A new series celebrating the region's unique and wonderful waterways.Read the full story ›
The Bedfordshire company behind the world's longest aircraft has revealed what it could look like on board.
Passengers on the £25 million Airlander 10 will have private en-suite bedrooms, with horizon-to-horizon views from the lounge and bar.
Hybrid Air Vehicles says the Airlander 10 will change the way "we think about air travel".
"Airlander challenges people to rethink the skies – that’s the driving force behind everything we do.
"Air travel has become very much about getting from A to B as quickly as possible. What we’re offering is a way of making the journey a joy."
The aircraft crashed twice during early testing. It's designed to take off and land without the need of a runway.
Do you remember the famous heatwave of 1976? The summer of 2018 could be on course to top it.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the risk of thunderstorms in the Anglia region on Friday.Read the full story ›