The RSPCA is appealing for information after Ziggy, a two year old Staffy, was found with a crossbow bolt through his skull near Peterborough. He's now recovering from an operation to remove the 20 inch carbon fibre weapon.
The former Greyfriars bus station in Northampton will be demolished by March next year - in what experts describe as a "controlled initiated collapse".
The borough council has said it's the safest and quickest way to bring down the building - which opened in 1976.
The town's new North Gate Bus Station opened earlier this year.
A group in Bedfordshire is asking for suggestions for a date which could become a day of celebration for the county. The Friends of Bedfordshire Society has already campaigned successfully for official recognition of a county flag, and says Bedfordshire day would help bring people together.
Next year marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. Sealed in 1215, it provided the foundations on which British laws and principles are based.
The barons of England are reported to have met in Bury St Edmunds. They swore an oath at the alter of the abbey that would later force the king to accept what would become one of the most famous documents in history.
To commemorate the event, a team of embroiders has been tasked with designing and creating a twelve panel tapestry.
A selection of historic buildings from across the east are to be preserved thanks to money from English Heritage.
74 new sites in the East of England have been added to the At Risk Register.
Denver Mill, near Downham Market in Norfolk is on the at risk list. The building is suffering from sever damp which is threatening its structure.
A number of town centre buildings in Wisbech will also receive money for repairs, along with the Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome in Essex and a grade one listed church in Bedfordshire, the St Peter and All Saints in Battlesden.
A copy of Europe's first printed book, the Gutenberg Bible, is to form part of an exhibition at Cambridge University Library, charting the history of the first century of print, and how books were used by their owners. Private Lives of Print opens tomorrow, and will include many rare books which have never before been displayed.
Patients in Norfolk are being urged to return unwanted medicines to their local pharmacy for safe disposal.
The NHS is launching a major campaign to reduce medicine waste which could help them save millions of pounds each year. They're reminding people to think before they re-order prescriptions.
The Hurn Chemist in Norwich is behind the campaign.
People are still boycotting the controversial Tesco store which opened a year ago ar Sheringham in North Norfolk after a 17 year planning battle. It's been a dismal 12 months for the supermarket giant which has seen sales fall nationally at the fastest rate in the grocery industry.
For children suffering from cancer, their anxiety is not just about the disease but the side effects treatment can have.
Chemotherapy often causes hearing damage. Now Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has become one of the only hospitals in the UK to acquire specialist equipment which should help prevent this.
The octoacoustics emissions kit is not available on the NHS, and so the hospital relied on the fundraising of a local school.
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