Heinz has confirmed it will close its Westwick factory in Norfolk next year. The food manufacturer first began consulting on plans to shut the site near North Walsham in October
Essex cricketer Alistair Cook has been replaced as England's World Cup captain - and will not feature at all in the team's 15-man squad.
The England and Wales Cricket ball confirmed the change on Saturday morning.
It follows the 29-year-old's poor form in one-day internationals over the past year - and an equally poor performance by his team.
A statement from the ECB said:
The board is due to announce its squad at 11am on Saturday.
Former Bedfordshire schoolboy Cook, who will turn 30 on Christmas Day, will continue as England Test captain.
Council Trading Standards officers have seized 166 bottles of counterfeit vodka from three Luton shops. Officers removed the Glen’s and Kommissar branded vodka from shop shelves after noticing the label on the bottle describing the substance as 'Botteled' rather than 'Bottled'. They then discovered the Kommissar products had fake duty paid labels.
Three samples tested by the public analyst contained dangerously high levels of isopropanol, commonly used as an industrial solvent, and butanol which is used in paint remover.
The Uttlesford District of Essex and South Northamptonshire are among the top ten places in the country for quality of life according to a new survey. They come sixth and seventh in a list compiled by the Halifax with Hart in south-east England offering the best quality of life. Male life expectancy is highest in Hart and South Cambridgeshire at 83 years. The UK average is 79.3 years.
An image of a seal glistening in the morning sun has scooped first prize in the RSPCA's young photography competition.
16-year old Owen Hearn from Leighton Buzzard was named the overall winner of the RSPCA Young Photographers Awards 2014.
The picture was taken on the Norfolk coastline. Owen also won the 12 to 15-year old category for the same photograph.
Wildlife expert Chris Packham led the judging panel.
All the winning photographs can be seen at www.rspca.uk/ypa
While hundreds of people are celebrating with Christmas parties, one group has decided to have a gathering of their own - a 'Bah humbug' party.
Natalie Gray has been to King's Lynn to try to spread some festive cheer.
Click below to watch her report.
Tributes have been made to a teenager who was stabbed while he was on his way to college in Chelmsford yesterday.
Ashley Woolley, known as 'Ash' died from his injuries.
Today his girlfriend said today, "You were my best friend."
Click below to watch Claire McGlasson's report.
Emergency services are braced for what is expected to be the busiest weekend of the year as thousands of office parties take place.
Police and paramedics are putting on extra patrols in case things get out of hand.
A & E units are also drafting in more staff as already busy hospitals come under more pressure.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper