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Marine biology students at the University of Essex have been given lectures 18 meters underwater.
They were taught about the challenges threatening coral reefs off the shore of Indonesia.
By using specialised equipment Professor David Smith was able to speak directly to his students underwater for the first time.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu:
Hatter Street closed due to gas main work at High Baxter Street.
Police are continuing to hunt a gunman following a shooting in Luton yesterday morning.
A man was shot in the leg following a rush-hour road crash in the town. It happened at around 8am at the junction of Dunstable Road and Leicester Road.
The victim, who is 27, is in a serious but stable condition in hospital. Police have described his injuries as "life changing" but not "life threatening".
This morning, Bedfordshire Police revised its description of the offender. He is described as a skinny, tall Asian man - around 6'0 tall. He was carrying a gun in a yellow plastic bag.
Bedfordshire Police says this incident is not connected to recent shootings in the town.
Cambridgeshire County Council meets for the first time since the Conservatives were swept from power in the local elections. The Tories were five seats short of an overall majority after a surge in supports for UKIP.
UKIP's leader on the County Council, Peter Reeve wants a shake-up which will see the one-party Cabinet structure replaced by a committee system which sees all parties running the council's business.
Speaking on Anglia Late Edition, Mr Reeve said he also wants an Independent councillor to be the council leader instead of a Conservative although the Tories are still the largest party in Cambridgeshire.
Essex Police has been criticised for failing to protect a woman who was murdered by her ex-partner.
Maria Stubbings, 50, was stranged by Marc Chilvers at her home in Chelmsford in 2008.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission says the force missed opportunities to protect her.
Her family is now calling for a public inquiry into how the police deal with domestic violence.
In a statement, Essex Police says it is acting on the report's recommendations.
Chivers was jailed for life for Ms Stubbings' murder.
Three weeks after the first one hatched, the peregrine falcon chicks atop the spire of Norwich cathedral are growing fast.
According to the Hawk and Owl Trust, the four chicks are now sporting their first feathers among their down. Their parents are also leaving them for longer periods.
The British Trust for Ornithology is hoping to ring the chicks this week to gleam vital scientific information about the life of the birds once they leave their roof-top perch.
A shop in Suffolk, which is one of the oldest in the country, may have to close after nearly six hundred years of trading.
Boxford Stores near Hadleigh is up for sale but villagers are worried the new owner will close the shop and convert it into a house.
Click below to watch a report about Boxford Stores from ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
David Pooley's retirement project was to buy an overgrown, desolate Norfolk broad and breathe new life into it; he's described it as a labour of love.
He spent years and hundreds of thousands of pounds expanding Sotshole Broad near Norwich and improving the surroundings only for the Broads Authority to threaten legal action if he didn't remove the footpaths and boardwalks.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson: