A little girl from Norfolk has written a very special Christmas letter - asking for money so that she can donate to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Around 5,000 homes have been without water in Norfolk today.
Homes in several villages, including Framingham Earl and Poringland near Norwich, were affected by a burst water main in nearby Caistor St Edmund.
Anglian Water have apologised for the disruption, and say that the problem is unlikely to be fixed tonight.
A man's in a critical condition in hospital after he was injured in an incident in Newmarket last night.
Police found the man on the High Street pavement with serious head injuries at around 10pm.
He was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge where he remains in a critical but stable condition.
A 33-year-old man from Newmarket's been arrested on suspicion of assault.
Suffolk's Peter Wright has taken another step towards a possible second successive final at the PDC World Darts Championships.
The colourful 44-year-old from Mendham eased through his second round match against Ronny Huybrechts yesterday, winning by 4 sets to 1.
Wright admitted that he was stunned by the support he received at the Alexandra Palace.
Union bosses claim staff working for City Links which has depots in Northampton, Peterborough, Norwich and Chelmsford could lose their jobs on New Years Eve.
The parcel delivery firm went into adminstration on Christmas Day.
Talks were held yesterday to try and salvage jobs. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union say they're no closer to a deal and that more than 2,000 workers across the country will lose their jobs.
Network Rail is facing a multi-million pound fine after overrunning engineering works caused thousands of trains to be cancelled on one of the busiest days of the year.
An investigation has been launched after the "unacceptable problems" which caused King's Cross to close. The East Coast mainline runs from King's Cross, through Stevenage and Peterborough to Scotland.
Network Rail's managing director Robin Gisby apologised for the mayhem saying he was "deeply sorry" for the disruption.
He added: "We've had an army of 11,000 engineers out over Christmas Day and Boxing Day at 2,000 locations nationwide.
"Over 90% have been completed and handed back to-time but I realise this is no consolation for the thousands affected today."
He said Network Rail would pay compensation to train operators, but would not say whether affected customers will be in line for pay-outs.
In July this year the firm was fined a record £53.1 million by the rail regulator for "shortfalls in performance".
A 68-year-old man from Leiston who was reported as missing yesterday has been found safe and well.
John Witherley was located earlier this morning having returned home.