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Inventor Colin Furze has had a nuclear bunker built under his lawn, which will feature in a new show on life in a post-apocalyptic world.Read the full story ›
A group of Ugandan students too poor to afford their own football boots have been given some by Northamptonshire police.
Their chief inspector was approached by a teacher at a school there asking if officers or staff had any they could spare.
In total 60 pairs as well as some kits were donated.
Budding gymnasts in Cambridgeshire are in for a treat this morning - Olympian Louis Smith is opening a new school there.
The Team GB star will be at Sawtry Village Academy - to open The Willow - a unit for students who struggle to cope in mainstream school due to emotional, social, and medical reasons.
Driving tests across the region could be cancelled today and tomorrow after examiners decided to strike.
The Public and Commercial Services union said some of its members were walking out in a row over working hours.
Sites most likely to be affected are Peterborough, Norwich, Lowestoft and Basildon.
With Christmas just around the corner Great Yarmouth Borough Council is opening an ice rink in the town centre.
It is hoped the attraction will help the local economy and boost trade.
It opens to the public tomorrow.
Priscilla Presley has flown into Milton Keynes, where she'll be starring as the genie in a pantomime production of Aladdin in December.Read the full story ›
People in North Norfolk are to get their say on plans to develop an old airfield there.
Plans for 500 new homes and offices at the former RAF West Raynham site have been submitted to the council.
The consultation lasts until 14th December.
Millions of pets in our region are being bought without proper research.
One in five people in the east admit their pet was an impulse buy.
Leading vet charities says not knowing what is involved with looking after pets can lead to stressed and aggressive animals in the home.
Norwich has a new arts venue!
The Norwich University of the Arts East Gallery NUA was opened last night by the chief of the Arts Council Darren Henley
The space is dedicated to presenting national touring shows of contemporary art, design and media work.