People living in a Fenland town say they are growing tired of a 'promised' supermarket that has been standing empty in a Cambridgeshire town ever since it was built two years ago.
The brand new Tesco store at Chatteris near Ely, cost the company £22 million pounds to build, but then it axed plans to open it as part of a cost-cutting measure.
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The parents of twins boys in Essex will face a bit of a dilemma this weekend when their sons line up in an all-important cup final.Read the full story ›
A music charity which organises live music in hospitals and care homes says live performances lift the mood of patients and residents.Read the full story ›
With Batman v Superman dominating the film charts at the moment - it's perhaps no surprise there was excitement in Norwich when the Batmobile turned up this afternoon.
During a superheroes day held at the city's Castle Mall - the car used in the 1989 Michael Keaton film took centre stage.
And plenty of young caped crusaders were queuing to have their pictures taken with it.
In the First and Second World Wars, Nissen Huts were built in their thousands at military bases across East Anglia.Read the full story ›
An Adele fan from Northampton says she was 'shaking like a leaf' when she met her heroine at a concert at The O2 Arena in London.
Emily Bamforth was plucked out of the crowd to snap a selfie with the singer, after a host of concert-goers commented on their likeness.
"Honestly I was in awe, just looking at her and she asked me a question, I was just dumbfounded if you like. I was shaking life a leaf honestly, but it was an amazing experience definitely."
A small brewery in Essex has won a legal battle against French wine makers allowing it to sell a new fizzy ale.Read the full story ›
Charlie Nelson is cycling more than 300 miles along the Norfolk coast, in memory of his little brother Reece, who died of a brain tumour.Read the full story ›
Men living in a Northamptonshire town are among the most grumpiest in Britain apparently!
According to a new study, Corby is among top towns with the UK's most grumpiest men.
The survey looked at data from 250,000 men registered with a dating site to see how strongly they agreed with the statement "I laugh often'.
The scores were then averaged out by area and, as laughter is a sign of happiness, the towns with lowest scores determined where the grumpiest men in the UK live.
The results revealed that Victor Meldrew types would feel right at home in Corby - with men in the town being ranked as the UK's 7th grumpiest.
Top came Spalding in Lincolnshire.
Dozens of people have been queueing up in Cambridgeshire to buy luggage left at Stansted airport.Read the full story ›