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£100m British fighter jet crashes into the Med

17 November 2021
£100m British fighter jet crashes into the Med

£100m British fighter jet crashes into the Med

17 November 2021

RAF Marham pilot is safe after ditching, MoD reports.

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90,000 birds flock to mudflats

11 November 2021
90,000 birds flock to mudflats

90,000 birds flock to mudflats

11 November 2021

A bird lover travelled to Snettisham in the hope of seeing migrating birds on the mudflats and he wasn't disappointed.


Queen leaves Sandringham for Windsor

09 November 2021
Queen leaves Sandringham for Windsor

Queen leaves Sandringham for Windsor

09 November 2021

The Queen has left Sandringham for Windsor three weeks after royal doctors called for her to rest.


Unknown soldiers laid to rest

29 October 2021
Unknown soldiers laid to rest

Unknown soldiers laid to rest

29 October 2021

Two unknown soldiers from the First World War have been buried with full military honours.


Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

28 October 2021
Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

28 October 2021

The roll out of self-driving vehicles is behind plans for a new road collision investigation branch.


Key points from the Budget

27 October 2021
Key points from the Budget

Key points from the Budget

27 October 2021

Alcohol duty has been simplified, a fuel duty rise cancelled and the minimum wage is going up following the Budget.


Waders form huge bird in murmuration

13 October 2021
Waders form huge bird in murmuration

Waders form huge bird in murmuration

13 October 2021

A photographer captured the moment thousands of birds flocked together to make a shape like a giant bird.


Gritter driver shortages spark worries

11 October 2021
Gritter driver shortages spark worries

Gritter driver shortages spark worries

11 October 2021

Gritter driver shortages have been exacerbated by fast-rising salaries for HGV drivers in the private sector.


Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

08 October 2021
Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

08 October 2021

Sky has unveiled Glass, a new streaming TV with Sky services and other apps built in that requires no satellite dish or box.


Children who eat more fruit and veg 'have better mental health'

27 September 2021
Children who eat more fruit and veg 'have better mental health'

Children who eat more fruit and veg 'have better mental health'

27 September 2021

More than 8,500 schoolchildren helped researchers to identify the positive link between eating more fruit and vegetables and mental well-being.


Beach named in top 10 for scenic dog walks

24 September 2021
Beach named in top 10 for scenic dog walks

Beach named in top 10 for scenic dog walks

24 September 2021

A beach has been named one of the most picturesque places to go for a dog walk.


What next for customers of failed energy firms?

22 September 2021
What next for customers of failed energy firms?

What next for customers of failed energy firms?

22 September 2021

Customers of energy firms Avro and Green have been offered reassurance by the regulator Ofgem.


Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

16 September 2021
Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

16 September 2021

Pets At Home is the latest retailer to announce it will remain closed on Boxing Day to ensure staff have a relaxing break.


Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

13 September 2021
Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

13 September 2021

Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021
Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


'She only makes the tea'

17 August 2021
'She only makes the tea'

'She only makes the tea'

17 August 2021

Employers have given lame excuses for not paying their staff the right amounts.


'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

16 August 2021
'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

16 August 2021

The end of the bubble system is a relief for working parents but the best news for our children.


Drones could be used in fight against potholes

13 August 2021
Drones could be used in fight against potholes

Drones could be used in fight against potholes

13 August 2021

Drones and 3D printing could help to solve the misery of potholes for motorists.


Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

06 August 2021
Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

06 August 2021

People have moved house on a whim and are up for being more spontaneous as pandemic restrictions have lifted, according to a new poll.


Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021
Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021

The pandemic has knocked drivers' confidence on the road according to a new study which also found the most uncomfortable scenarios for motorists.


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