The owner of a glamping company has taken an unusual picture of a TRIPLE fogbow.
Jeff Martin took the stunning picture of the rare natural phenomenon at Daliburgh beach, Isle of South Uist in Scotland.
Visitors have been flocking to a stunning marina used in the opening sequence of popular ITV drama Liar.
An aerial of striking marshland at Tollesbury Marina in Essex is used at the beginning of the programme, which centres on an allegation of rape. The opening scene of the first episode also saw lead character Laura canoeing through the marshes, which are at the mouth of the River Blackwater.
Wheelie bins could soon be a thing of the past after a new district installed UNDERGROUND bins for residents.
Council workers have now begun collecting rubbish from the new system, which is the BIGGEST of its kind in the UK, which features steel bin chutes set into the pavement, feeding into large underground chambers. .
A sensor notifies the council when it is full and a specialist lorry hoists the container out of the ground with a crane and empties the waste into the vehicle..
THE DAD of missing airman Corrie McKeague blockaded the entrance to a rubbish tip where his son is believed to be buried after police ended their investigation at the site.
Martin McKeague used his camper van to block the entrance to the landfill site at Milton, Cambs, in a desperate effort to get police to change their mind over stopping the search.
Officers from Suffolk and Norfolk police have spent 20 weeks sifting through 6,500 tonnes of waste at the tip but they said they have now completed the search of the area where they know waste was deposited in that period. Officers officially ended the search on Friday afternoon - 10 months after his disappearance.
Prince William has finished his job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance after completing his contract.
The Duke of Cambridge has spent the last two year’s co-piloting the charity’s helicopter and flying missions in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.
He has been based at Cambridge International Airport, where he was formally employed by Bond Air Services and drew a salary which he donated to charity.
A pilot had a lucky escape after the last remaining Sea Vixen plane did an emergency landing at an airfield in Somerset.
The pilot walked away uninjured after the aircraft, known as the Foxy Lady, did a “belly-landing” on return to its base in Yeovilton. Scott Dabinett, 32, captured amazing photos of the incident, which saw the pilot make an impressive landing without landing gear after flying back from the Duxford Air Show in Cambridgeshire.