A couple got back from honeymoon to find their Southend home had been repainted "Mr Blobby" style.
A group of car enthusiasts in Cambridge are planning to recreate one of the most ingenious student pranks of all time.
The Warren Golf Club in Woodham Walter near Chelmsford is the venue for the Warren Classic Concours d’Elegance.
An otter has been spotted in a river which runs through the centre of Thetford in Norfolk.
The elusive creatures are a rare sight, so much so that this one attracted quite a crowd, all eager to catch a glimpse.
An 75-year-old artist from Essex has been head-hunted by a hit US TV show to re-create artwork he did in the 1960s.
The television drama Mad Men is a look at the controversial world of a 1960s advertising agency and the producers wanted a promotional poster in his authentic style.
Brian Sanders lives near Saffron Walden and was an advertising illustrator. ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes has been to meet him. Click below to watch his report:
It may be an outrageous stereotype but apparently it's said that women love chocolate and shoes.
Now a company in Norfolk has combined both pleasures by creating the world's most expensive chocolate shoe priced at nearly £700.
Click below to watch a report by ITV Anglia's Karen Dallas:
It's Friday and one in five takeaways bought tonight will come from the chippy. It's a great British tradition particularly at one fish and chip shop in East Anglia which has been celebrating its 90th birthday.
ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray was lucky enough to pop along just as the fish was coming out of the fryers and you can watch her report by clicking below:
This past weekend is usually the coldest of the year for water temperatures in Gorleston-on-Sea in Norfolk but that didn't stop 125 people having a dip.
They raised more than £10,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. It was organised by Alexandra and Kevin Sayers whose four year old son Enzo was diagnosed with the disease as a baby.
Click below to watch the report from ITV News Anglia's Megan Boot:
Earlier this week, ITV News Anglia reported on the huge pumpkin seed sold for £170
Well, Neil MacGregor from Chelmsford has got in touch with his own version - this time, a giant peach.
This picture shows the fruit he picked from his tree two years ago. He admits it may not be a record breaker but at 1lb 4oz, it's still quite impressive.
All the more so, because the tree was grown from a peach pit that came from a punnet of fruit he bought in Chelmsford market 26 years ago...clearly a good investment.
And most importantly, Neil says the giant peach tasted delicious.
They say what comes around goes around - but nobody is quite sure why a brood of chickens has returned to a roundabout at Ditchingham in south Norfolk, 2 years after their last sighting.