The construction giant said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect".Read the full story ›
- ITV News Anglia's Sarah Byrd was live from Brackley library
Protesters staged a sit in today at Brackley library in Northamptonshire against plans to close them across the county.
There's only one more day for people to have their say on the county council's plans to close smaller libraries - or hand them over to community groups.
Over the last few months protests have been held across Northamptonshire to stop nearly thirty from shutting.
Brian Chatten from Norfolk Trading Standards joined Jonathan and Becky in the studio to talk about the widespread problem of online fraud.
It costs consumers around £42 million a year, with the majority of these crimes carried out by well-organised criminal gangs who trick people into parting with personal information such as bank account details.
The older generations are most vulnerable to scams.
Mr Chatten said people should always be aware when online, and never hand money over to someone you have never met.
Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards (NTS) Scams Team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams
- Video report by ITV News's Anglia's Natalie Gray
For dogs around the country, a stroll to the pub has long been rewarded with only a dish of water to slurp and perhaps a dry biscuit.
But more and more eateries are now offering peckish pooches proper meals of their own.
The Dabbling Duck in Great Massingham near King's Lynn offers three course meals for mutts, and, if you order in advance, Christmas dinners as well.
So while you're tucking in, your dog can enjoy a meal too!
The East of England Co-operative has started selling food past its "best before" date"Read the full story ›
Three of the major banks have announced plans to close dozens of bank branches in towns and villages across the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
Retailers across the region are hoping for bumper sales as Black Friday gets underway.Read the full story ›
While the headlines in recent years have been dominated by the number of pubs closing down - brewers have been quietly cashing in on a renewed interest in craft beer.
The number of breweries operating in the UK has topped two thousand for the first time since the 1930s.
According to CAMRA's latest Good Pub Guide, that includes 152 in this region alone including 41 in Norfolk, 27 in Suffolk and 31 in Essex.
This week sees the 40th annual Norwich Beer Festival, with up to 20,000 visitors expected through the door by the time it finishes on Saturday 28 October.