Firefighters across the East will walk out on strike for four days in a row over pensions. With Bonfire night just days away and Halloween tomorrow, the strike is falling on one of the busiest weekends of the year for the service.
A 51-year-old man's been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman from Essex whose remains were found on marshland by a group of ramblers.
The body of Angela Millington was washed up on Foulness Island near Southend back in June, but DNA tests have only recently confirmed her identity.
Police weren't sure how she died but now a man from from Westcliff-on-Sea has been taken to Southend Police Station for questioning in connection with the discovery.
A 250,000 year old Woolly Rhino skull has been found in Cambrdigeshire.
It was discovered on a building site near March but the exact location is being kept secret.
It is currently sat in a lab at Fossils Galore in March waiting to be cleaned and preserved.
The animals lived in the Fens a quarter of a million years ago.
It is Halloween and thousands of youngsters across the region are getting ready to dress up and go trick-or-treating this evening.
Most people will be having fun but revellers are being warned to remember that people, especially the elderly, should be treated with respect.
Click below to watch a clip with Linda Matthews from AGE UK, Norfolk:
Firefighters from our region are set to join a national four day strike from this evening in an ongoing row over pensions.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out from 6pm tonight until 6am on Tuesday. Fire and rescue services say they have back up plans in place to respond to emergency calls.
Scientists in Norfolk are developing a new water testing kit in the hope of saving thousands of fish from a deadly toxin.
They believe it will provide early detection of a poisonous algae which has devastated fish stocks in the past.
It is estimated that angling contributes more than a £100 million to the local economy every year.
The A14 which crosses the region has long been a nightmare road for many motorists - not least the thousands of lorry drivers who get stuck in jams on it each day.
Now there may be light at the end of the dual carriageway - with improvement works being carried out and major changes planned for the route.
Today Transport Minister John Hayes visited a stretch that is being widened near Cambridge.
There were amazing scenes at the University of Northampton today.
Hundreds of students turned out to take selfies, cheer and even sing - but it was not a pop-star they were there to see... it was the Mayor of London.
Boris Johnson is perhaps the only politician who could spark such excitement.
Matthew Hudson was there for us, click below to watch his report:
All lines are currently blocked between Norwich and Diss. Abellio Greater Anglia tweeted to say no replacement buses are currently available.