The former MP turned celebrity ED Balls has received an honorary degree from the University of East Anglia where his father was a lecturer.Read the full story ›
A record number of rare black-winged stilts have fledged from their nests on the Ouse Washes in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.Read the full story ›
The organisers of the Silverstone Classic have announced the celebrity teams who will be taking part next month.
Among them, Take That's Howard Donald, Olympic cyclist Jason Kenny and boxing champion Carl Froch.
The event at the Northamptonshire circuit raises money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK and takes place on the 27th and 28th July.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura
Harry Moorhouse from Norwich may not look it, but he has just turned 100 years old and still plays golf.
He plays on the green at Eaton golf club twice a week, as well as taking up other sports.
Harry only started playing the sport at the age of 50, but says it's been the secret to his long and happy life!
Eat plenty of fruit, drink plenty of water and walk and keep happy. Happy people live longer than miserable people I think.
More than 4,000 women and girls took part in Race for Life, Cambridge today (Sunday 16th July).
Organisers think they'll raise more than £300,000 from the event.
Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
More than 4,000 women have taken part in Cambridge's race for Life. Organisers expect to raise more than £300,000 from the event.Read the full story ›
Dogs in Northampton have been auditioning for a new production coming to the town's Royal and Derngate theatre.
Six canines have been competing for a starring role in 'Legally Blonde the Musical'. They'll join the cast during the week the touring production is in Northampton.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.
The 16 Air Assault Brigade and Colchester Garrison Show has taken place on Abbey Field in Colchester.
Hundreds turned out to see how the armed forces work with a special parachute display by the Red Devils.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
A boxing academy for disadvantaged children in Peterborough, which now helps almost 400 hundred youngsters, has opened a new facility.Read the full story ›
A couple working for the Cambridge-based British Antarctic Survey will become the first ever to get married in British antarctic territory this weekend
Julie Baum and Tom Sylvester have been together for eleven years and both work as polar field guides.
Depending on weather conditions the ceremony will take place on Saturday or Sunday. Julie, assisted by some of the women on station, is making her wedding dress. For her 'something old' she plans to sew in part of old orange pyramid tent.
"Over the last 10 years Tom and I have been working and travelling around the world. Getting married in Antarctica feels like it was meant to be. There is no better place really, I love snowy mountains and spending time in amazing places with awesome people."