A landmark lighthouse on the Norfolk coast at Happisburgh is being re-decorated for the first time in nearly a decade.Read the full story ›
The latest two episodes in the ITV News Anglia series of countryside walks take in the stunning Norfolk coast and the Grand Union Canal.Read the full story ›
ITV News Anglia has been discovering the hidden delights of walking in the East Anglian countryside in a new series called Tails and Trails.Read the full story ›
Up to 100,000 people are expected at Trinity Park in Ipswich for the two-day celebration of all things agricultural.Read the full story ›
The walkway in Salcey Forest near Northampton has been closed for weeks due to safety concerns.Read the full story ›
A butterfly that was extinct in England for more than 40 years is being returned to Rockingham Forest in Northamptonshire.Read the full story ›
A country lane confrontation over fly-tipping in Bedfordshire has been captured on video on a mobile phone.
A group of tree surgeons were on their way home from work when they saw two men in a van close to a huge pile of dumped rubbish on the Dunstable Downs.
They approached the men who they suspected were fly-tipping and called the police. Callum Chase and Duncan Tomblin suspected the men were dumping furniture.
The incident is now under investigation by Central Bedfordshire Council's legal team which will conduct interviews and gather evidence ahead of any potential prosecutions.
- Click to watch a report on the incident by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson
A charity in Essex is set to benefit from the Royal Wedding after a visit in 2017 by Prince Harry.
The Wilderness Foundation near Chelmsford aims to set young people on an entirely new path. Through a range of programmes young people with social, family and personal problems are helped to regain their confidence by spending time in the natural environment.
The charity is one of seven selected by the prince and Meghan Markle to receive Royal Wedding donations instead of gifts to the couple.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
Highways England has spent £800,000 improving a cycle path which links Bishop's Stortford to Stansted Airport carrying cyclists safely over the busy M11.
It means anyone cycling to and from the airport can avoid having to use the main multi-lane roundabout to get to there.
The project includes new signs as well as some resurfacing work and adding extra barriers and fences.
The cost of the upgrade was part of an £11 million improvement scheme for the M11.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
After a decade of restoration work and several thousand pounds a unique cockling boat is finally back in the water in King's Lynn.Read the full story ›