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Twin brothers have retired as British Airways pilots after landing their final flights just 30 seconds apart at Heathrow Airport. Captains Jeremy; from Flitton in Bedfordshire and Nick Hart celebrated their 60th birthdays by touching down for the last time at the west London hub.
Nick flew in from Gothenburg, Sweden, at 12.34pm on Thursday, while his brother Jeremy landed after flying from Geneva, Switzerland, at 12.35pm.
Between them they have clocked up almost 45,000 flying hours and flown more than two million passengers.
Jeremy described landing alongside his brother as "a good way to finish".
He could not resist poking fun at the UK's congested airspace after his final flight in an Airbus A320. "I've spent over two and-a-half years in the air, a lot of it in the holding pattern over Heathrow."
Despite working for the same airline, the brothers did not fly together as they are both captains.
Jeremy signed up to BA 30 years ago in 1987, while Nick joined the company from British Midland in 2012, when it was absorbed by the flag carrier.
The pair are not strictly identical, but look and sound so similar that they are often mistaken for one another.
"They arrived in the world 30 minutes apart, flew the same aircraft in the same airline, and then departed in the same manner that they arrived. Minutes apart. A fitting finale to long and impressive careers and I know that they will be sorely missed on the fleet."
Staff at a Cambridge cafe were left somewhat shaken but not stirred when the actor Daniel Craig popped in for a spot of breakfast.
The James Bond star visited The Copper Kettle in the city on Monday morning.
Staff told ITV News Anglia that the actor tucked into scrambled eggs, bacon and a cup of coffee.
He's not the first celebrity to pop in though. The Copper Kettle has a Wall of Fame displaying photographs of all of its famous customers.
"We were all in a bit of shock wondering whether it was him. But he is very recognisable with those piercing blue eyes!"
We weren't expecting that on a Monday morning but it was a lovely surprise. We had actress Tilda Swinton last week and Amanda Holden within the past year. But Daniel Craig definitely tops the list."
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Now the weather at the moment is distinctly autumnal, but one man in Essex has defied the odds and managed to grow his first ever crop of bananas.
Jason Hedges' father planted the tree in the garden of his Southend home 20 years ago and now, just a year after he passed away, it's produced its first ever batch!
Click below to hear more from Jason
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There is something fascinating about seeing a photograph taken 100 years ago and seeing how the setting has changed since that time.
A photographer in Peterborough has created a website featuring thousands of old photographs of the city and surrounding towns and villages in Cambridgeshire.
The website is called 'Peterborough Images' and it was created by photographer Paul Young. A Facebook page linked to the site now has almost 14,000 followers.
- Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia reporter Stuart Leithes who decided to seek out some of the locations where the photographs were taken