In the latest in our Hidden Histories series, Tanya Mercer looks at the Backs in Cambridge - once a huge First World War hospital site.
Farmers across the region are being urged to employ more apprentices to make sure agriculture remains a key industry in the local economy.
Students at Moulsham High School in Chelmsford have been celebrating getting their A-level results today.
The family of man from Luton have spoken about their heartbreak a year after he ended up in a coma - the victim of an alleged street attack.
Henry Huggins known to everyone as "Chin' has yet to regain consciousness. Now relatives have begun a social media campaign to raise awareness of violence.
Hundreds of people have already joined in by taking a selfie photo, but his family want more to take part.
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More than 42,000 incidents of domestic abuse were recorded across Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk last year.
One community housing group in Braintree is raising awareness in the hope of encouraging more victims to speak out.
ITV Anglia's Hannah Pettifer went to meet one woman who was in an abusive relationship for two years - her words are spoken by an actor to protect her identity.
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The family of a man from Luton have launched a social media campaign to raise awareness of violence, a year after he was allegedly beaten into a coma.
Henry Huggins has yet to regain consciousness following the attack in the Farley Hill area of the town.
Hundreds of people have already taken part in a 'selfie' photo campaign - his family say they want to keep him in everybody's minds.
It was another nerve-racking day for students across the region as they collected their GCSE results.
The exams watchdog had warned schools to expect "volatility" in grades after a number of changes to the exams took affect - and there are many more still to come.
However, there was still plenty to celebrate.
Click below to watch a report for the East of the region
Click below to watch a report for the West of the region
Students across the region have been collecting their GCSE results this morning.
Schools throughout the East had received letters from the qualifications watchdog to warn that changes to the exams would have led to a lot of volatility in grades.
One headteacher said some schools would have seen their results drop this year - but there was still plenty to celebrate at his school.
– Brian Conway, Headteacher, Notre Dame High School, Norwich
"This is a very turbulent year for GCSEs.
There's been some real changes that have taken place with the qualifications.
So, it's not the case that I would expect all schools to continue to improve but we're pleased that we have managed to improve our results here."
Thousands of teenagers across the region have been finding out their GCSE grades today.
The proportion of GCSE exam students awarded at least a C grade has risen for the first time in three years, official figures show.
Just over 68.8% of exam entries scored A*-C (up 0.7 percentage points on last summer) according to statistics published by the Joint Council for Qualifications.
In wasn't such a good year for English results though. 61.7% of English entries scored a C or higher, down 1.9 percentage points from last summer.
Claims that three schools in Norfolk were tipped off about inspections are to be investigated by Ofsted.
Ormiston Victory Academy, Great Yarmouth Primary Academy and Thetford Academy have all denied allegations that they received more than the regulation half day's notice of a forthcoming inspection.
Ofsted says a review of all three inspections will now be carried out, as well as a wider examination of how information about its schedules are handled.
– Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector of Schools
"Ofsted’s reputation for inspecting without fear or favour is absolutely central to all that we do. I am determined to protect our integrity in this area.
In light of the serious nature of the concerns raised, I have asked Sir Robin Bosher, Ofsted’s Director, Quality and Training, to carry out a review of the circumstances of these specific inspections and the wider handling of the sharing of information about our inspection schedules.
If any evidence comes to light that proves anyone within Ofsted or our contractors has shared information inappropriately, I will have no hesitation in taking the strongest possible action.”
Thousands of teenagers across our region have picked up their A-level exam results today.
Overall the pass rate dropped for the first time in more than 30 years.
Here in the east the number of A* grades awarded increased very slightly - by 0.5% - as A grades fell by 0.4%.
But for many, it is not the grades but financial considerations which will decide whether or not they head to university.
Serena Sandhu reports from Essex.