A woman from Colchester has admitted pretending to have cancer and pocketing £10,000 donated for her treatment. Danielle Watson, a bank worker, pleaded guilty to six charges of fraud and will be sentenced in January.
Cambridgeshire Fire Service is asking drivers to park more considerately after a fire engine struggled to squeeze through a narrow street in Huntingdon.
The crew who were performing fire prevention work in the area had to clear several cars parked tightly on Avenue street.
The Fire Service have warned that this delay could have shaved valuable minutes off an emergency response time, had this been an 999 call.
They have asked motorists to ensure that they leave enough room for emergency vehicles when parking in busy side streets.
The Met Office yellow weather warning for strong winds has been extended until 8pm on Tuesday evening and now covers all areas of the Anglia region.
Delays are expected on the A1123 due to a tree which has fallen onto a lorry by Rippingale Garage on the High Street in Wilburton.
The High Street is currently blocked in both directions between Twenty Pence Road and Station Road.
The Environment Agency has issued its first Flood Warning for the Norfolk coast for the ex-Hurricane Gonzalo storm which is battering parts of the UK.
Walcott on the Norfolk coast between Cromer and Great Yarmouth has been prone to coastal flooding in the past.
The Flood Warning covers the Norfolk Coast from Keswick to Ostend including Walcott.
The forecast high water is due at Cromer at 6:45pm on the 21 October 2014.
Lower level Flood Alerts have been issued for Lowestoft to Bawdsey in Suffolk, Southwold and Great Yarmouth.
These are the high tide times for locations around the coast of East Anglia on Tuesday 21 October 2014.
- 5.44 pm at Hunstanton, Norfolk
- 5.56 pm at King's Lynn, Norfolk
- 6.09 pm at Cromer, Norfolk
- 8.20 pm at Great Yarmouth Britannia Pier
- 8.50 pm at Gorleston, Norfolk
- 9.21 pm at Lowestoft, Suffolk
- 11.17 pm at Felixstowe, Suffolk
- 11.17 pm at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
- 11.28 pm at Clacton-on-Sea, Essex
- 00.08 am at Southend-on-Sea, Essex
The Environment Agency has issued a Flood Alert for the Great Yarmouth area for Tuesday evening's high tide at 9.30pm.
A Flood Alert is the lowest form of warning and means be prepared because flooding is possible.
- 39 mph at Weybourne in north Norfolk
- 39 mph at Marham, Norfolk
- 38 mph at Holbeach, Lincs
- 32 mph at Shoeburyness, Essex
- 32 mph at Andrewsfield near Braintree, Essex
- 31 mph at Thurleigh near Bedford
- 31 mph at Wittering, Cambs
The summit of Cairn Gorm in Scotland saw a wind gust of 82 mph in the hour to 8am.
A Shopkeeper from Northampton has been fined £4,500 for selling out-of-date food.
The Nisa Local shop on Birchfield Road East was investigated by Trading Standards following a complaint by a customer.
During checks, more than 100 items were found to be past their sell-by-date