In the centenary year of the outbreak the First World War, ITV Anglia wants schoolchildren to share stories from where they live.
The judges of the First World War Centenary school report project have announced which reports will appear on ITV News Anglia
An MP says he's concerned about the safety of the region's schoolchildren after figures showed a large cut in the number of lollipop ladies.
It's been just over a year since the former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams, became Master of Magdalene College Cambridge.
During that time he's worked with the city's foodbank and has told ITV News Anglia that we are in danger of becoming a society which no longer cares for the poor.
Click above to watch his interview with ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper.
University staff across the region belonging to several unions including 'Unite' and 'Unison' are staging their third one day strike today in a pay dispute.
They describe the one percent pay rise that's been offered as derisory.
'Unite' has about 20,000 members in higher education.
The appeal for stories for the ITV News Anglia ‘First World War Centenary - School Report’ project is now closed.
We’ve had some wonderful stories sent in from schools and children from all over the region and our judges are looking forward to reading them all before deciding which will be selected to be turned into a report to appear on ITV News Anglia nearer the centenary of the Great War, this summer.
We will reveal the final list here on the website at midday on Friday 28 February and on the ITV News Anglia programme at 6pm.
The Norwich University of the Arts is to invest in a £10 million expansion, in an effort to become Europe's best specialist university.
Over the next eight years, the number of students could double from 2000 to 4000. There are also plans for more courses, and to create a bigger student campus.
A parent from Essex is spearheading a campaign calling for a cap on holiday price hikes outside term times.
Peter Higgins from Southend says the difference in price is vast and he simply cannot afford to take his family away during the school holidays.
He wants to raise awareness so travel firms offer fairer prices in future.
Serena Sandhu reports.
A father from Essex has spearheaded a campaign against school holiday price hikes.
Peter Higgins says parents are being "ripped off" by holiday companies who are taking advantage of the high demand and threat of fines during the school breaks.
His e-petition, begun with the help of an Essex mother, already has more than 150,000 signatures but he says it's been ignored by government.
Mr Higgins wants a cap imposed on holiday companies so they can only increase prices by a certain amount during school breaks.
His petition explains: "Family time is so much more essential in the current working world, but so many people cannot afford holidays in school holidays.
"It's time to stop the holiday companies cashing in on school holidays and let parents have some guilt free family time!"