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Marine biology students at the University of Essex have been given lectures 18 metres 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.
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Detectives investigating the murder of a man in Bedfordshire are appealing to the public to help them catch his killers.
65-year-old Sharif Demirsay was stabbed to death in front of his partner, at his home in Vineyard Way in Kempston last Tuesday evening.
A week on the police say they believe he may have been targetted, but they don't know why.
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A "state of nature" report by scientists from the country's leading conservation organisations reveals Britain's plant, mammal, insect and bird life is in trouble - with numbers falling for more than 60 per cent of species.
Among the more startling predictions is that the hedgehog could be extinct within 15 years.
View Malcolm Robertson's report...
A couple from Thetford in Norfolk are campaigning to raise awareness of the symptoms of Meningitis, after almost losing their son to the disease. 14 month old Bobby Hutley spent almost a month in hospital, but is now on the way to a full recovery.
Children from across the region have been in Norwich this week, taking part in a range of scientific challenges at the University of East Anglia.
Around 160 students attended the Salters' Festival of Chemistry event, which aims to get young people interested in science.
Essex Police have charged a youth with the murder of a teenager in Colchester last summer.
17-year-old Jay Whiston was stabbed at a house party on Marlowe Way in September and died shortly afterwards in hospital. A 17-year-old from the town was remanded in custody this afternoon by magistrates charged with his murder. He is due to be back in court on Friday.
The Meningitis Trust website has information on what to look out for if you think your child may have meningitis. Here are a few symptoms to watch for in babies and toddlers:
Cold hands and feet
Pale, blotchy skin
Refusing food and vomiting
Fretful, dislike being handled
Tense, bulging fontanelle
Dislike of bright light