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.
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.
A former Norfolk headteacher - who is set to stand trial later this year for a series of historical sexual offences - has been charged with 14 more assaults.
David William Tuohy, of White House Road, Oxford, is accused of 14 indecent assaults against four pupils at an independent school more than three decades ago.
All charges relate to boys aged under 16.
The offences are alleged to have taken place between the mid-1970s and the early 1980s at Eccles Hall School, now known as the New Eccles Hall School, at Quidenham near Attleborough.
Tuohy will next appear at Norwich Magistrates' Court on 29 August 2014.
The 82-year-old was previously charged with four counts of sexual assault and four further serious sexual offences against a boy under the age of 13 in the mid-1970s.
He pleaded not guilty to those charges last month and is due to stand trial at the end of November.
Students at Nene Park Academy in Peterborough have today been collecting their A-levels results. They told ITV News Anglia how they got on and what their plans are for the future.
Teachers from both sides of the Atlantic have come together in Cambridgeshire to get a better insight into what life was like during World War Two
British and American teachers joined students at the Imperial War Musuem at Duxford to hear from veterans about their experiences of the conflict.
Sarah Beecroft reports.
A year after Ofsted slammed a "legacy of underachievement" in Norfolk's schools, inspectors say the county council is finally helping them improve.
The authority was one of the first to be inspected under a new regime by the schools watchdog in 2013.
Having previously been rated "ineffective", its support has now been judged effective.
But the authority still needs to do more to boost school results, as Luke Farrington reports.