A family from Bedfordshire are campaigning for more people to donate stem cells in memory of a much loved daughter and sister.
Teachers from across the region have joined a rally in Cambridge ahead of threatened strike action next month.
Nearly 30% of primary children in the East of England failed to reach the expected level in the new spelling, punctuation and grammar test.
A new astrochemistry laboratory has opened at The Open University in Milton Keynes.
Scientists will use the lab to analyse how icy molecules collide in space, a process that occurs when a planet starts to form. They hope that it will help them to understand how life begins.
Click below to watch a clip with Dr Helen Fraser, from The Open University.
The Milton Keynes-based Open University has awarded a degree to its oldest-ever graduate.
Clifford Dadson, who used to live in Northampton, is 93 years old.
He has now retired to Cumbria and, after having not studied for more than half a century, decided he needed a new challenge.
Kim Inglis has been to meet him.
Schools across the East will be closed tomorrow in a dispute between teachers' unions and the government regarding pay, pensions and working conditions.
The teachers' strike by the National Union of Teachers and the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers follows last week's action by the Fire Brigades Union, suggesting growing unrest in the public sector.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper
One of the world's leading universities has launched legal action against a small business school in Milton Keynes with a similar name.
Havard school of management which is run from this building in the town is being sued Harvard in the US which claims its reputation is under threat. A date for a full hearing has been set for next February.
One of our biggest universities is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
The University of East Anglia in Norwich is perhaps as well known for its architecture as it is for its academic achievements.
In half a century the UEA has become an integral part of the Norfolk economy contributing more than £150 million a year and employing more than 3,500 staff.
The university has an impressive alumni - comedians Paul Whitehouse and Arthur Smith, Doctor Who actor, Matt Smith and a long legacy of award winning authors including the current Chancellor of the UEA, Rose Tremain.
Labour were wiped out at the last election in this region, with no MPs at all in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk.
As party members meet at its annual conference, they know they have an uphill task with less than two years to the next polling day.
A playground row has broken out between the Department for Education and some of the region's leading academics, about the best way to educate our youngest children.
In a letter published today by the Daily Telegraph, 130 education experts have urged the government to delay formal education until children are seven years old - saying that they risk being tested too much too young.
Click below to see a full interview with David Whitebread from the University of Cambridge:
Academics from the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University have told the government they believe formal education for young children is damaging.
They argue play-time is an opportunity for children to have fun, and say it should last until they are 6 or 7 years old.