Scientists in Norwich are heading to India this morning to help with a project that can predict monsoon rainfall there.
Researchers at the UEA will be using underwater robots in the Bay of Bengal to monitor how ocean conditions influence the climate.
It's hoped the £8 million project will help forecast the rains more accurately, and so reduce any damage caused.
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins has been reunited with his pet cat - three years after she went missing.
Ten-year-old Cully was found living as a stray in Lowestoft last month. She was handed in to the charity Cats Protection, where a microchip scan revealed her famous owner.
“Losing Cully was heartbreaking for me and my family but I always knew in my heart that she was still alive; I could just feel it.
She's always loved the great outdoors. I periodically checked in with the relevant databases and kept my details up-to-date because I knew this day would come."
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Scientists at the University of East Anglia have been awarded three quarters of a milllion pounds to research therapies for children affected by post-traumatic stress disorder.
The research will look at ways of helping youngsters who have been through experiences like abuse of domestic violence have better mental health.
Northamptonshire Police have launched their countywide domestic abuse campaign.
It targets both men and women, who can be victims and offenders.
Thirteen per cent of all crime in the county last year was domestic abuse related.
That means that between January 2015 and December 2015, of the 48,167 crimes recorded, 6,308 of them were related to domestic abuse.
Lecturers at UK universities will launch a 48-hour strike today after talks failed to resolve a pay row.
Staff at the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin and the University of Essex are among those planning to take action.
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) will also refuse to work overtime, set additional work, or undertake any voluntary duties like covering timetabled classes for absent colleagues.
If the dispute is not resolved in the coming weeks, members have agreed to further strike action which could affect open days, graduation ceremonies and the clearing process.
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A number of schools across our region had to be evacuated today following a series of suspected bomb hoaxes.Read the full story ›
The UEA stops the tradition of students throwing mortarboards in the air after graduation over health and safety concerns.Read the full story ›
A rise in demand for school places in Northamptonshire has forced the county council to convert existing office blocks into schools - because new ones can't be built.
The county's seen an increase in pupil numbers of almost 40 per cent in ten years.
One school in Northampton's so keen to make the most of existing space, it's planning to turn its rooftop into a playground.
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