More than £1 million worth of vintage tractors, steam engines and classic vehicles have been sold at a vintage auction in Cambridge.
The most popular items were four rare steam engines which went for £237,000 in total.
Also among the sales was an old Anglia TV studio camera, on its steerable dolly, which made £1,000.
Farmers from across the region are meeting in Norfolk today to talk about diversifying their business.
Jason Borthwick set up a campsite and bunkhouse on his family-run thousand acre farm and hasn't looked back.
"We haven't taken that much land out and yet this is the profitable part, so I am under no misconceptions that we wouldn't of been able to do any of this if it hadn't been for the fact that we were farmers."
English Heritage are planting 25,000 British bluebells and daffodils - which they say have been crowded out by aggressive hybrids.Read the full story ›
A swan was found injured in Norwich on Thursday with three fishing hooks lodged in its neck and body.Read the full story ›
BB the hen has somehow managed to lay an egg that’s four times the average size - to the amazement of her owner.Read the full story ›
A pumpkin farm in Aldham near Colchester has imported special moulds from America to create a spooky face on the crop for Halloween.Read the full story ›
Quite often plans for village expansion and huge new estates of houses are met with fierce opposition and local protest.
But one community in Suffolk is putting forward plans to expand their village which residents say is vital to sustain its future.
91% of those in Lavenham who voted were in favour of plans to build around 100 homes over the next decade.
Currently, expensive housing means it's mainly the older generation who can afford to live in the area. Now villagers want to bring young families back.
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A doctor's surgery in Norfolk has come up with a novel way of trying to recruit a new GP partner by using Facebook to advertise.Read the full story ›
All gardeners know how annoying and destructive slugs can be. But imagine having your garden invaded by up to five hundred of them every night.
That's what Jo Rothery from Earl Soham in Suffolk has had to endure. Her garden has been overrun by an invasive species which features in a new ITV programme tonight.
For the first time in five decades, rushes from Suffolk are being harvested to produce traditional products like carpets and baskets.Read the full story ›