A council has secured flats in a tower block for its homeless families which were originally due to be allocated to Londoners.
An award-winning composer has released a hymn dedicated to a town’s rich history as a single.
A man has turned his trash into treasure by creating art with litter he’s found on the streets of his home town.
The mock Tudor mansion where gangster Kenneth Noye murdered an undercover police officer has been sold for £2.5 million.
The son of a popular retired teacher diagnosed with terminal liver cancer has launched a fundraising appeal to explore alternative treatment for her.
A 91-year-old soldier makes his debut on national television by appearing on Channel 4’s First Dates and singing Sinatra.
Drinkers have a choice of 24 venues within a mile of a town to sample cocktails in a promotion to boost the economy.
A woman in her 60s was taken into custody after a collision in which a child was injured near a secondary school.
A mum who was promised her child would get a place at a special needs school has been told there are not enough staff, leaving him with nowhere to go.
World-acclaimed songwriter from Kent who’s won awards for his work with Harry Styles, scoops a Grammy for co-producing Flowers by Miley Cyrus.
An exhibition inspired by da Vinci’s masterpiece and set around the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee table is opening at a cathedral.
A schoolboy has raised £1,000 in memory of his much-loved grandfather after completing a mammoth swimming challenge.
A mum was left shaken and her daughter was in “hysterics” after a Ford Fiesta pulled out and crashed into their car before speeding off.
A council has installed cameras in built-up areas to catch drivers flouting rules to improve road safety and ease congestion.
A special needs school has been rated “good” by Ofsted with inspectors praising staff for their relationship with pupils.
Scores of striking workers have joined a picket line at a global engineering factory in a dispute over working conditions.
An elderly church-goer mourning his daughter's death was threatened with court action after mistakenly parking on double yellows at a business park.
Scores of workers are taking to the streets to protest against poor working conditions and a decision to cut their paid lunch break.
A swastika has been graffitied on the outside of a synagogue as part of the latest in a series of vile attacks on the place of worship.
Pensioner wins six-month parking fine dispute after payment app identified incorrect council-owned car park.
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