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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:
One of the most ingenious student pranks of all time is to be recreated although modern health and safety rules may get mean that it is modified somewhat.
55 years ago, some of Cambridge's finest managed to perch a car on top of the University's Senate House, 60 feet up.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
We turned out in our thousands in 2012 to celebrate as the Olympic torch passed through but of course everything costs money and councils across the region have revealed just how much of your money they spent on the event.
It was quite a range in spending from just over £1,000 in Northampton to more than £100,000 in Peterborough.
Click below for a report from ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson:
The daughter of an elderly woman from Luton who was left overnight on a minibus says she's angry that the driver was found not guilty of neglect.
88-year-old Joan Cook suffers from dementia and spent 14 hours in the bus at a depot after Luton Borough Council driver Susan McLaughlin forgot to take her back to her care home.
Now Mrs Cook's daughter wants a change in the law to make it easier to convict people of neglect.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper:
Police in Luton are investigating the tenth shooting in the town this year.
A 27-year-old man was shot in the leg following a rush-hour road crash. He's in a serious condition in hospital.
It happened on Monday morning at the junction of Dunstable Road and Leicester Road. Police say it appears the victim and gunman knew each other. They're not linking it to previous gun attacks elsewhere in Luton.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Luke Farrington: