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An inquest heard how Victoria Harrison, who was 17, died in Kettering General Hospital following routine surgery that went wrong.
Recording a narrative verdict the coroner said there had been a catalogue of fatal errors.
The family of Victoria say it's been a harrowing couple of days - hearing evidence into the inquest of her death.
Click below to see a full report from ITV Anglia's Dani Crawshaw:
Passengers at Stansted Airport endured hours of disruption today, after a freak accident involving a private jet took out a landing system there.
The radio beam transmitter was hit early this morning, and because flights were not able to land in the foggy conditions without the computerised system, they had to be diverted to airports around the UK.
That meant hundreds of people faced a longer and more stressful journey than expected.
Click below to see an interview with Travel writer Simon Calder:
Cancer patients here in East Anglia are more likely to get an early diagnosis than people living in many other parts of the country.
A report by MP's has condemned the findings of a postcode lottery for diagnosis as a "national disgrace." They are calling for doctors to get a financial incentive if a cancer patient is diagnosed within two weeks.
A Stansted spokesman said flights were landing again from around late morning, after a period of around three hours when no touchdowns were possible.
– Stansted spokesman
Earlier this morning an arriving Gulfstream G550 was involved in an incident that has resulted in some damage to our ILS. The aircraft landed safely.
As a result of this incident and low visibility, there have been restrictions on arriving flights. However, the fog has now lifted and arriving flights are now being accepted.
Departing flights are unaffected at this time but there could be delays and cancellations later in the day as a result of the earlier disruption to inbound aircraft.
Two people have been charged in connection with prostitution and sexual offences in Ipswich.
Stuart Mansfield, aged 36 years from Nelson Road, Ipswich has been charged with controlled prostitution, three counts of rape, sexual assault, causing/inciting prostitution for gain, two counts of paying for sexual services and five counts of offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Carla Panton, aged 29 years, from Wenhaston, has been charged with two counts of controlled prostitution, two counts of causing/inciting prostitution for gain and one offence under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Mansfield and Panton will appear at Ipswich Magistrates’ Court on 15 January 2014.
To get you in the mood here are a couple of Christmas reports from the Anglia Archives.
The first is from 2009 when Becky and Jonathan visited Dunston Hall Hotel complete with Turkey, games and a choir!
The second is from 2011 when Jonathan visited Michelin star chef Galton Blackiston at his Morston Hall Hotel and got some top tips for the perfect Christmas lunch.