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
Visitor numbers at Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes have soared since the release of the hit movie 'The Imitation Game' with nearly a third more visitors in 2014.
Numbers are set to exceed 190,000 people by the end of the year.
The film tells the story of the Second World war codebreaker Alan Turing who helped crack the German Enigma code.
Police investigating the murder of a man in a Chelmsford park yesterday, have made two arrests.
A 17-year-old boy from Chelmsford and a 19-year-old man from Maldon were arrested in the early hours of this morning on suspicion of murder.
They are currently in police custody.
A man from Chelmsford died in hospital after he was stabbed in Oaklands Park, Chelmsford, at around 3.15pm on Thursday.
Police are continuing to appeal for any witnesses to contact detectives on 101 or email
The number of calls to the East of England Ambulance service are up 11% compared to 2013 and that is before 'Black Friday' gets underway tonight.
Crews call the last Friday before Christmas 'Black Friday' as people make the most of what is for some, their last working day before Christmas.
There were 700 more callouts than average last Saturday and it's expected that figure will be exceeded tonight.
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One year on from last December's devastating tidal surge which flooded homes and businesses on the East Anglian coast and residents in Waldringfield in Suffolk are celebrating the near completion of new flood defences.
Campaigners raised £900,000 for concrete walls and defence gates.
The MP Therese Coffey will tour the site later today with local people and councillors.
The project to improve flood protection with innovative defences and flood gates is the first community-led project to be delivered from the new Deben estuary plan.
M11 northbound lane closed on exit slip road due to barrier repairs and earlier accident, a lorry involved at J8 A120 / B1256 (Bishops Stortford, Birchanger Green Services).
A letter written by a Northamptonshire soldier from the trenches of the First World War could fetch £20,000 at auction.
The note by Lance Corporal Willie Loasby describes how he organised the famous Christmas Day Truce by shouting to German soldiers in nearby trenches.
The letter is being sold by a collector from Northampton.
Eight homes were evacuated in Hockley in Essex last night after an 1,000 metre exclusion zone was set up following a road traffic collision which ruptured two gas mains.
The gas mains were hit just after 8pm in Rectory Road.
One man, who was the driver of the vehicle and in his 20s, was treated at the scene.
Fire crews checked the area and residents were allowed back into their homes at 9.30pm.