Councils in the region will be issuing fines of up to £400 and seizing vehicles of people found fly-tipping.
They say they are taking a zero tolerance approach ahead of the Christmas period.
The CLA in the East, which represents landowners and farmers, say it receives reports that rubbish is being dumped on their land almost every day.
The RSPCA have carried one of their more unusual rescues - helping free a sheep that had its head stuck in a traffic cone.Read the full story ›
The first of 30,000 trees are being planted along the route of the Norwich NDR.
It's the latest stage of work on the Northern Distributer Road which stretches from Taverham to Postwick.
The 20 kilometre stretch of road is due to be opened this time next year.
Children from Rackheath Primary School along with Councillors are planting the first of the trees off Newman Road.
The tree plantings are part of a number of wildlife and environmental considerations that developers are involved with as the road is constructed.
A Fenland farming family have driven the length of the country in a tractor - in memory of their four-year-old daughter.Read the full story ›
Steve Hart from Downham Market in Norfolk has just been named Pig Farmer of the Year.Read the full story ›
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper
It's a spectacular stately home in Northamptonshire with 365 windows, 12 courtyards and 7 different entrances - but all eyes will be on the gardens at Boughton House this weekend.
That's because some of the grounds are opening to the public this Sunday, as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
It's a chance to help raise money for charity and show off the gardens - all 500 acres - in their full autumnal glory.
"It's just a great time of year for people to come and see seasonal change, we see amazing seasonal colours, reflections
"It's a great opportunity for anybody who's an enthusiast or just interested in gardening or landscapes, to come along and see the gardens at a different time of year."
There will be more police officers designated to solving and preventing rural crime in our regionRead the full story ›
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 ›