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The People's Millions Anglia West

The People's Millions Anglia West:

Caravan of Miracles in Peterborough and Heroes House in Bedford.

Here's your chance to vote for the project you'd like to see get the money

To vote from a landline call 09015 228211 or from mobiles only Call 6228211 and press option 1 for Caravan of Miracles and option 2 for Heroes House

Mobile and BT landline votes cost 15p. Other landlines may vary. Lines close at midnight tonight.

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The People's Millions Anglia East

The People’s Millions Anglia East: Monday’s Vote.

Gardens Matter in Great Yarmouth and West Norfolk Carers Advice Bus.

Here's your chance to vote for the project you'd like to see get the money:

To vote from a landline call 09015 228201 or from mobiles only Call 6228201 and press option 1 for Gardens Matter and option 2 for Norfolk Carers Advice Bus

Mobile and BT landline votes cost 15p. Other landlines may vary. Lines close at midnight tonight.

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NHS workers say they're worse off than in 2010

Health workers from across our region have been taking part in a four hour strike as part of an ongoing dispute with the Government over pay.

Many NHS staff including ambulance crews and midwive at the top of their pay bands, say they haven't had a pay rise in five years and are now far worse off in real terms than they were in 2010.

Staff on strike outside Addenbrookes Hospital Credit: ITV News Anglia

In a statement though the Department of Health told us no-one would see their pay frozen.

"The 55% of NHS staff not receiving a 1% increase will get an incremental increase - the average incremental increase is 3% and the highest is 6%. The remaining 45% of staff will get a 1% increase this year and a 2% increase next year."

– Department of Health

Elderly residents moved out of care home before it shuts its doors

Elderly people living at a care home in Northamptonshire have started moving out before it closes at the end of the week.

83 year old Mary moving out of the care home Credit: ITV News Anglia

Last month residents and staff at Queens Park Nursing Home in Northampton were told it would close at the end of November.

The owners of Queens Park weren't available for comment today - but the closure of the home is believed to be a commercial decision.

Northamptonshire County Council has been working with residents and their families to find them new places to live.

Queens Park nursing home Credit: ITV News Anglia


Police re-appeal for help to find missing teenager

Mai Tai Luong Credit: Suffolk Police

Police are renewing their appeal for help in tracing a 17-year-old woman who hasn’t been seen for nearly two weeks.

Mai Tai Luong, from Long Melford, was last seen at approximately 3pm on Tuesday 11th November outside West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds, where she is a student.

Mai who is of Asian ethnicity was last seen wearing a red zip up hooded jacket, black leggings and a rucksack. It's thought that she may have travelled to London.

Police are concerned for Mai’s welfare and are urging anyone who may have seen her to contact them.

Police urging people to stay vigilant after sexual assault

Police are urging people to be vigilant after a woman was sexually assaulted in Luton.

The victim, who is in her 20s, was assaulted as she walked along Kingsway between 4.45pm and 5.15pm on Friday (November 21).

The victim shouted at him and he ran off down an alleyway.

"I would appeal to anyone who saw this incident or where the man ran off to afterwards, to call police. I would also urge people to be vigilant when out walking after dark, keeping to well-lit or well-populated areas.”

– DC James Wildman

Woman assaulted in "possible abduction attempt"

Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after a young woman was assaulted during a possible abduction attempt in Bedford.

It happened around 7pm on Sunday evening (9 November 2014).

"The woman was walking along Kimbolton Road, Bedford, at around 7pm on Sunday. She was having problems with her mobile phone and walked towards the Church in Kimbolton Road to try and get reception. She was then grabbed by an unknown man who pulled her in the direction of a dark coloured car while having a shouted conversation with the driver of the car. They were speaking a language the woman did not understand. The victim then managed to break free of the man falling to the ground as she did. Her attacker then got into the dark car which drove off down Kimbolton Road away from the town centre"

– PC Kerry Banks
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