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21-month-old nominated for 'Little Hero' award

Priya was just two pounds when she was born. Credit: Water Babies.

A 21-month-old toddler from Suffolk born prematurely weighing just two pounds has been nominated for an award.

Priya Jayaram from Ipswich spent 10 days in intensive care shortly after her birth when a string of complications left her desperately ill.

After joining her local toddler swimming club, they found she was a natural in the water and nominated her for a Water Babies Little Hero award.

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Huntingdon lottery ticket worth £1 million still unclaimed

The winner is from Huntingdonshire. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A winning ticket worth £1 million still hasn't been claimed in Huntingdonshire, it's been revealed.

Someone from the district guessed the numbers correctly in the Euromillions draw on December 16, but still hasn't come forward.

What are the numbers?

  • 6
  • 10
  • 30
  • 41
  • 45
  • 4 (lucky stars)
  • 11 (lucky stars)

The winner has until June 14 to make themselves known, otherwise the money will go towards lottery-funded projects across the country.

Surprise gifts to bring Christmas cheer to strangers

Trish Abbott from Norfolk leaves free homemade presents in public places. Credit: ITV News Anglia

The festive season is a time for giving presents to our nearest and dearest but one woman from Norfolk gets a buzz out of bringing festive cheer to complete strangers.

Trish Abbott from Reedham leaves free homemade presents in public places and her idea has spread across the world.

All year round she makes gifts for people she'll never meet. Parks, shopping centres, buses, trains - wherever Trish goes her bag of gifts goes with here. Over the years she's left hundreds of home made presents.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout

The mini sculptures made from waste found on the street

David Kefford putting some of his pocket sculptures on display in Cambridge. Credit: ITV News Anglia

An artist from Cambridge has put on an exhibition of miniature sculptures made entirely from objects he found on the city's streets.

Twenty of David Kefford's 'Pocket Sculptures' have gone on display at Cambridge University's Alison Richard Building.

Artist David Kefford says he likes the ambiguity in the sculptures. Credit: ITV News Anglia

"They're kind of humorous, quite playful and colourful and I like to bring that to them.

"I quite like the ambiguity of them, that people can see all sorts of characters or personalities in them.

"I would like them to have some kind of human feel to them but it's open to your own interpretation as to what they actually are."

– DAVID KEFFORD, Artist

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Mayo

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Unemployed young people given chance to work on film set

The trainees have been working on a short period film on a former airbase. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Thirteen young people without jobs in Norfolk have been given the chance to work on a film set.

They joined stars like Valene Kane and Henry Lloyd Hughes to make a period short film on the former airbase at West Raynham.

"When this came along I really didn't know what I wanted to do.

"I knew I didn't want to go to university, but I wanted to work in the film industry.

"So when this came it was perfect, ticked all the boxes"

– Tom Chaoman, Trainee film
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