The Canal and River Trust is asking boaters to complete a survey to help the charity make better use of London's waterspace
From April 2018, the cost of a Canal and River Trust boat licence will rise by 3%. The announcement comes as feedback is sought on the future of the national boat licence
Becalmed conditions for the Volvo Ocean Race crews, the latest Princess sports bridge motor yacht and making music in Britain's longest canal tunnel. See our pictures of the week
The shortlist of the inaugural Boats in Bloom has been revealed and there seem to be no end to the imagination of boaters when it comes to their gardens. Which one catches your eye?
Firefighters had to rescue 18 people after a 50-foot pleasure cruiser got stuck on the Anderson Boat Lift in Cheshire yesterday (2 July)
The Canal and River Trust, which manages much of the UK's waterways, has introduced a new letting licence in the wake of more people living on rented boats
A large safe, which stopped a 45-tonne work boat in its tracks, has been discovered at the bottom of the Regent's Canal in London
Dressed in Father Christmas outfits, canoeists turned out to take part in the annual Santa Splash festival paddle along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Allen Green, 49, drowned when his narrowboat sank in Lock 5 on the Droitwich Junction Canal on 25 July, 2016.
The 200-year-old Standedge Tunnel on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal is being given a vital check up by engineers from the Canal and River Trust.
Next month, the Canal and River Trust is launching its national programme of free open days to give the public a peek behind the scenes of Britain's waterways.
Around £43 million will be spent giving winter makeovers to the network of waterways run by the Canal and River Trust.
The Canal & River Trust is conducting a new survey to try and find out who lives on boats moored in London and what their needs might be.
Boaters are being encouraged to check if the waterway they want to cruise over winter is open as the Canal & River Trust publishes its winter maintenance schedule.
The Elland Bridge, which was damaged during the 2015 Boxing Day floods in West Yorkshire, is being rebuilt with original features. The canal through Elland has now reopened.
The confused driver had to be rescued after she made the wrong turn onto the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal towpath in Wales.
The Canal and River Trust says Fobney Lock on the Kennet and Avon Canal has now reopened. It has been closed since 9 August after a narrowboat sank.
To mark the bicentenary of the opening of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, the historic short boat, Kennet, will recreate the inaugural ceremonial journey.
Writer in residence, Jasper Winn will be travelling around Britain's canals recording the quirkier side of life on the waterways.
Volunteers are now preparing to lay new foundations at lock 15 of the Grantham Canal in Lincolnshire as part of restoration work.