The state-of-the-art polar research ship known as 'Boaty McBoatface' has launched for the first time.Read the full story ›
Norfolk fire service has said they believe over half the open fires in the last year were started deliberately.Read the full story ›
A new survey has shown only 19% of people in the UK can identify the destructive plant Japanese knotweed.Read the full story ›
Anglian Water along with other water companies across the UK is asking us to be 'wise with water' as the warm spell continues.
Reservoirs like Rutland Water are full, but water bosses say be mindful of water use by having shorter showers and not using garden sprinklers.
Watch an Interview with Nik Shelton from Anglian Water.
As the hot weather continues across the East of England, water companies are asking people to 'use water wisely'.Read the full story ›
Junk in space poses a threat to future satellite launches and the orbiting International Space Station - but a harpoon could help clean up.Read the full story ›
Norwich and Cambridge are benefiting from more cash under a Government scheme to get more people cycling safely.Read the full story ›
Little Terns have nested on the beach at North Denes in Great Yarmouth for the first time in 8 years a week before the town's air show.Read the full story ›
Farms across the region have opened their yards and barns to the public to raise awareness about how and where our food is produced.Read the full story ›
Young people in Luton are taking part in a ground-breaking study which aims to show whether there is a link between air pollution and the health of children.
The £2.5 million research project involving 3,000 primary schoolchildren in Luton and London will also investigate what can be done to prevent damage to growing lungs.
Luton has significant traffic congestion with areas of poor air quality.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson