A qualified mechanic from Kettering is asking for her local community to get behind her bid to reach the Miss England semi-finals.Read the full story ›
A school in Cambridge is giving pupils chess matches as part of their weekly timetable in a bid to help their development.Read the full story ›
Staff at a bookies are being hailed as heroes after saving the life of a punter who'd failed to turn up to place his twice daily £1 bet.Read the full story ›
Cambridge's 'Chariots of Fire' relay race has raised around £70,000 for charity. This is the 26th year of the race.Read the full story ›
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
He was a man who was larger than life at the time of his death in 1809 and is still remembered in the town of Stamford near Peterborough.Read the full story ›
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
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura
Ever wanted to learn how to fly? Well, now is your chance. A man from Cambridgeshire has built the first ever helicopter simulator open to the public in the UK.
Kenneth Mockford built simulators with his father. He's created his own business where anyone can have a go at flying aeroplanes to driving Formula One cars.
A community in Suffolk is to buy its historic Victorian pier after they successfully raised more than £58,000 through a share scheme.
People in Shotley were given the chance to buy their own chunk of the the 122-year-old structure for £25 per share, as well as having a say in how its run.
The money raised will now be matched by a booster fund, taking the figure to £116,000, and renovation work should get underway over the next three years.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of an abandoned fort seven miles off the Suffolk coast being declared a sovereign state.Read the full story ›