Competition in Zurich will see teams from all over the world compete using the latest robotic technologies for people with disabilities.Read the full story ›
Bedfordshire police will be holding an online event today to help combat rogue traders.
They, along with Trading Standards, will be answering questions live on social media this evening about cold callers, cowboy builders and distraction burglaries.
Muslims in the East are being warned not to become victims of so-called "Hajj-fraud".
Cambridgeshire Police are backing a national campaign warning Muslims to be vigilant when booking trips to Mecca, ahead of the annual pilgrimage.
Cafe owners in Cambridge say that the rising cost of putting chairs and tables on the pavement is making it harder to make ends meet.Read the full story ›
Now this weekend is of course a bumper bank holiday and that means thousands of us will be heading out for day trips and short breaks.
But Easter this year is early and that has brought a few complications for some businesses in our tourism industry as they rush to get ready for the start of the season.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight.
Imagine golfer Jake Warner's delight when he scored his first ever hole in one.
The Suffolk salesman achieved the feat at his local golf club in Haverhill. But, Little did he realise he would end up thousands of pounds in debt and refusing to play at the club again.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson.
Survey shows the village of Ashwell in Hertfordshire has one of the slowest broadband speeds in the country - slower than Everest basecamp.Read the full story ›
Customers who have bought Oatibix Flakes are being warned to check their cereal over concerns some batches could contain pieces of rubber.Read the full story ›
A fire safety video has been released to remind people of the dangers of cooking with hot oil.
It comes after more than 20 fires were caused by chip pans or deep fat fryers in Northamptonshire last year.
When water is added to a chip pan it can explode, causing serious or even fatal injuries.
Suffolk brewer Greene King have released figures showing just how much we enjoy a festive tipple.
The Bury St Edmunds based firm made revenues of almost £7 million with overall like-for-like sales lifting by 5% during its two-week festive period.
They also revealed that on New Year's Eve a record 4,447 drinks per minute were sold in the last hour of 2015.