A fundraiser has been launched for a 12-year-old diagnosed with cancer.
Plans have been submitted for a new seafood restaurant with yoga studio on a beach.
A woman with a common throat infection was told she had cancer after an incorrect hospital letter was sent out.
The mum of a missing 24-year-old last seen on Boxing Day says he has been found.
A dog walker found what is thought to be a harbour porpoise washed up dead on a beach.
The heartbroken dad of twins killed by their own mum on Boxing Day says he is dreading the anniversary of their death.
Three legendary music acts will be playing sessions at an amusement park next summer.
Council planners approve proposal for new Costa drive-thru near former airport site.
A blind woman is calling for dogs to be banned from a retail centre after her guide dog was set upon.
A man has told how he shed almost half his bodyweight after being warned he would need a kidney transplant if he didn't slim down.
A woman has been taken to hospital following a medical incident in the early hours of this morning.
A former nursery has been transformed into a role play centre for children.
A theme park will host a series of large-scale events to mark its 100 year celebrations.
Expectant mothers with any concerns will be able to get help at a new maternity triage unit.
A shop keeper will be allowed to sell strong booze to street drinkers after a council agreed to lift a ban.
A girl was approached by a man who tried to persuade her to get into his vehicle.
A run-down pub once likened to the bar in Star Wars has been transformed by the new owner.
A midwife who battled aggressive cancer has cycled 100 miles just months after completing chemo.
The owners of a cat which needed a life-saving operation have thanked the people who saved him.
The opening of three hyper acute stroke units has been pushed back due to legal challenges.
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