There's been a small fall in unemployment across the Anglia region.
It's down by 1,000 in the East of England to 112,000 people.
That's 3.5% of the workforce - the lowest jobless rate of any region in the UK.
In the East Midlands, which includes Northamptonshire, the total was down by a similar amount to 106,000 people.
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Chloe Keedy
A high-tech corridor stretching from London through Stansted and on to Cambridge could generate nearly 400,000 jobs - if this region is given the power to develop it.
A new report published today says the area could be a prime location for technology and life sciences firms in the UK.
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The new Assistant Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Police says he wants to see the force recruit more officers from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Nav Malik is now one of the country's most senior muslim policemen and hopes others can follow in his footsteps.
Recent figures showed that only 2% of officers in Cambridgeshire were from a BME background.
I think it's about making sure we market the role.
There are some communities that don't see the police service as an obvious career choice so for us it's about marketing the role, making sure we make the opportunities available to them.
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu.
The number of full-time firefighters in Essex could be cut, meaning the service is more reliant on volunteer or on-call firefighters.
Almost 140 Essex firefighters could lose their jobs as part of a proposed shake-up. The service says cuts are necessary because of shrinking budgets, but the Fire Brigades Union says it could put lives at risk.
The fire service has to save seven million pounds a year until 2020. Three quarters of people who took part in a recent public consultation backed plans to reduce crew numbers.
The government is looking at changing pension laws to help the sale of Tata Steel which employs 500 people at Corby.
A consultaton process has been launched to look at price index changes to the British Steel pension fund which many of the Corby workers belong to, that could potentially save billions of pounds.
A new scheme is launching in Hertfordshire today to stop vulnerable people being targeted by rogue traders.
Local traders applying to the scheme will have to go through a strict vetting procedure, including a criminal record check.
It's been developed by the consumer organisation Which? and Hertfordshire County Council.
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Tata steel will begin the official process to sell its UK plants today, with the future of the Corby site still unclear.
The government says a number of interested parties have come forward, including Liberty Steel, who are said to have had "positive meetings" with the business secretary.
The steel rolling mill in Corby employs around 500 people.
There is still uncertainty for the future of workers at Corby's Tata Steel Mill after the company announced it will try to sell all of its UK plants.
Six hundred jobs there are currently at risk as part of the latest cutbacks in steel production.
The decision was taken in India last night.
Since that decision the MP for Corby Tom Pursglove has tweeted his support for the workers in his constituency and the steel industry as a whole
We simply can't afford to lose our steel industry - for national security, but also the jobs it provides.