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The £22m project that could hold the key to saving the UK's coastline from erosion.
The flight, which hovered close to the landmark in a busy city centre, was shared widely on Facebook.
Rick Minns, aka Ruddy Muddy, uses his art to make a difference in people's lives.
Watch the shocking moment a van catapults into the air over a dual carriageway roundabout.
There have been 89,400 government-funded trees planted in Breckland between 2010 and 2018, Forestry Commission data shows.
This works out at 645 trees per 1,000 people.
Between 2010 and 2018 the government funded about 15 million trees in England. Figures for trees planted with private funds or by local councils are not included and the data only covers new trees, not replacements for any that were cut down.
Overall tree planting rates across the UK would need to more than double to combat rising temperatures and climate change, according to official figures.
Last year 13,400 hectares of new trees were planted across the UK, most of them in Scotland, but the Committee on Climate Change says this should rise to at least 30,000 hectares a year.
Campaign group The Woodland Trust said more trees were needed to provide summer shade, reduce air pollution, improve water quality and manage flooding.
The government said it had made it "much easier" to apply for planting grants.
This story has been generated using Forestry Commission data, BBC analysis and some automation.
The changing times for LGBTQ+ police officers who are now proud to be gay on the front line.
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Enjoy this scene from Hunstanton, commonly known as "Sunny Hunny", on the north Norfolk coast.
With temperatures predicted to soar to an unprecedented high of 39C (102F) today, many train companies in the eastern region are urging people not to travel unless absolutely necessary.
Network Rail has announced that speed restrictions will be in place for most of the day because of fears that rail tracks could buckle.
Thameslink, Great Northern and Southern have said there will be delays and cancellations to services across the whole network.
East Midlands trains are not calling at Bedford and Southern trains to Milton Keynes are not running.
Greater Anglia has advised people against travelling unless its urgent.
John Halsall, from Network Rail, said: "I've been working on the railway for 10 years - I've never encountered temperatures like this or put in the level of blanket speeds that we're talking about.
"We're not making this decision easily but it is essential in terms of passenger safety."
A11 Norfolk northbound severe disruption, between B1077 Queens Road and Norwich Road.
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A £1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a convicted rapist who absconded from an open prison.
Stephen Tierney, 39, has not been seen since 3 July when he walked out of HMP North Sea Camp, near Boston.
Lincolnshire Police say they are investigating possible sightings in Norfolk, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
The force say Tierney poses a risk to the public and has advised people not to approach him.
A police spokesman said he also poses a "high risk" to anyone who enters in to a relationship with him.
Anyone with any information about Tierney's whereabouts is asked to contact CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111 or report online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
In a UK first, a 7m high barrier of sand is being created to help stop the coastline from crumbling.
With international championships on the horizon, Team GB's female glider pilots want more women in the sport.
One of the "Pink Ladies" who took part in a mass tractor parade through Norfolk tells us her story.
The purple emperor, the second largest butterfly in the UK, is "officially" back.