A Northampton designer says she is gutted after a major high street retailer sold prints that she says could be mistaken for her work.
A group set up to try and save 900 jobs at a food processing factory in Northamptonshire has suggested it could relocate to avoid closure.
A new train which it's claimed will "transform" rail travel on the Thameslink line has been unveiled today.
A father from Essex has spearheaded a campaign against school holiday price hikes.
Peter Higgins says parents are being "ripped off" by holiday companies who are taking advantage of the high demand and threat of fines during the school breaks.
His e-petition, begun with the help of an Essex mother, already has more than 150,000 signatures but he says it's been ignored by government.
Mr Higgins wants a cap imposed on holiday companies so they can only increase prices by a certain amount during school breaks.
His petition explains: "Family time is so much more essential in the current working world, but so many people cannot afford holidays in school holidays.
"It's time to stop the holiday companies cashing in on school holidays and let parents have some guilt free family time!"
New figures suggest the East's in the grip of a building boom that will create thousands of new jobs.
One industry training group says more than 25,700 new building jobs will be created here in the next five years, making the region one of the strongest performers in the country.
The Construction Industry Training Board says private housing, industry and infrastructure projects will fuel the growth in jobs.
The national economy may be recovering, but for people living and working in Northampton, the benefits may not be so easy to see.
An annual check of public sector employment shows the town's recovery is significantly lagging behind the growth seen in places such as London, Birmingham and Liverpool.
Station staff working for the rail operator Greater Anglia have voted to go on strike in a row over flexible working.
Members of the Rail Maritime and Transport Union on the West Anglia route backed a campaign of industrial action.
The union has about 100 members involved in the dispute. Its General Secretary Bob Crow has accused Greater Anglia of ignoring agreed procedures.
High streets and shopping centres across the Anglia region have been packed with last minute Christmas shoppers. It's been dubbed Manic Monday - the busiest shopping day of the year.
According to the credit card giant Visa, it's thought more than £1.2 billion pounds was spent on Monday at a rate of a staggering £862,500 per minute or £15,000 per second.
There will be 31 million card transactions before the end of the day.
ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper has been speaking to shoppers and retailers about whether they think confidence is returning to the region's High Streets.
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There are just two shopping days before Christmas and the region's retailers are expecting it to be a busy time.
Many of the big high street chains have launched sales in a bid to draw in those last-minute shoppers.
The Grafton Centre in Cambridge says footfall is up on last Christmas.