A pub in Norfolk is using new technology to keep its food waste out of landfill
Travellers looking for flights to Europe will soon have more choice thanks to a new deal struck at Cambridge Airport.
Norfolk confectionery company, Kinnerton has been given a contract to make new ice-cream style chocolates creating 50 new jobs
Children from all over our region are heading to Norwich this week to take part in a range of scientific challenges at the University of East Anglia. Around one hundred and sixty pupils are attending the Salters' Festival of Chemistry event which aims to get kids interested in Science.
Farmers have been told today that a vaccine has been developed to protect sheep and cattle from the Schmallenberg virus.
Hundreds of animals died in the region last year, either still born or with severe deformities. The animals died after midges brought the virus from the continent.
Claire McGlasson reports...
A shop in Suffolk, which is one of the oldest in the country, may have to close after nearly six hundred years of trading.
Boxford Stores near Hadleigh is up for sale but villagers are worried the new owner will close the shop and convert it into a house.
Click below to watch a report about Boxford Stores from ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
The sunny Bank Holiday has brought out thousands of day trippers providing a much needed boost for the tourism industry.
It follows a cold spring and dismal Easter which meant many traders got their year off to a bad start.
Now things are looking up again with one business in Southend saying it's been a record breaking weekend.
The mayor of London Boris Johnson has said it would be 'nuts' to build a third runway at Heathrow. He has previously said expanding Stansted is a better option.
Mr Johnson was speaking at a cross-party rally held in Barnes against Heathrow's third runway.
The mayor has said he favours a new "Boris island" airport in the Thames Estuary or possible expansion at Stansted.
A woman from Haverhill in Suffolk, who won 148 million pounds on the Euromillions lottery, is using some of her winnings to refurbish a children's play centre in the town, which had closed down.
Gillian Bayford and her husband won their millions last August. Gillian says it's important to give something back to the local community. You can see her story in full on ITV News Anglia tonight at 6pm.