- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Chloe Keedy
Sir David Attenborough has pleaded with everyone to do their bit to protect the natural world during a visit to Cambridge for a global conservation event.
He was in the city for 'Earth Optimism' where he was hoping to inspire people from all generations to get involved.
One of China's biggest bike sharing companies has launched in Cambridge.
Ofo is a multi-billion dollar company started only two years ago with bikes in cities as far flung as Beijing and Singapore.
Users will pay 50 pence per half hour journey. But there are fears the system could be abused.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson to find out more about how it will work.
A new bike sharing scheme which is popular in countries like China, is being launched in Cambridge.Read the full story ›
A new bike sharing scheme, that is already a big success in China, is being launched in Cambridge.
The 'Ofo' system is similar to London's Boris Bikes but there is no docking station.
When cyclists finish their ride they find a legal parking spot for their bikes and leave them for the next user.
All poultry in the region will be allowed outside from today as the risk of avian flu spread from wild birds is downgraded by authorities.
There have been more than 1,000 outbreaks across Europe this Winter.
Some birds had to remain housed because they were too close to open water.
There was an outbreak in Suffolk earlier this year where more than 20,000 birds had to be culled.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust say the county will remain ‘howl-free’ after reports the predators were being introduced into one of their reserves.Read the full story ›
The driest winter in more than a decade across the Anglia region is putting farm crops at risk.Read the full story ›
Anti-fracking protesters who chained themselves up outside a lorry depot have moved after accepting an assurance from the company.Read the full story ›
A campaign backed by Sir David Attenborough to raise a million pounds for a new nature reserve in the Suffolk Broads, has reached its halfway point.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust launched its appeal in October last year to extend Carlton Marshes near Lowestoft.
Since then nearly three thousand people have donated money.
The project is being backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund with an initial development grant. The project will see 150 acres of wet habitats for rare animals and plants created.