Scientists from the University of East Anglia have been recording the sounds made by whales using a fleet of pioneering marine robots.Read the full story ›
Hertfordshire Police say they received an increase in inappropriate calls during the wintry weather.Read the full story ›
The East of England Co-operative has started selling food past its "best before" date"Read the full story ›
Your images of this weekend's supermoon.Read the full story ›
A space satellite built in Hertfordshire has started beaming images of pollution back to Earth.
The Sentinel 5 Precursor was constructed at Airbus Defence and Space in Stevenage.
The pictures will show us the extent of pollution - both man-made and natural - in our air around the world and hopefully lead to solutions.
The Sentinel 5 was designed to last for seven years but it's gone into orbit so successfully the signs are it could now last twice as long.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
An extremely rare moth found only in Essex is making a comeback.Read the full story ›
The first images taken from a satellite built in Stevenage will be beamed back to earth today.Read the full story ›
New figures show record levels of litter on our beaches.
Research from the Marine Conservation Society found that Essex and Suffolk have some of the most polluted coastlines in the country.
The results were from the 'Great British Beach Clean' and experts warn if the problem isn't tackled it will have devastating effects on wildlife and could even enter our food chain.
Watch ITV News Anglia's Becky Jago interviewing Luca Bonaccorsi from the Marine Conservation Society.
The inferno that destroyed Hardingham Mill in Norfolk 50 years ago wasn't as unexpected as you might think.
But that didn't stop it causing plenty of controversy.
The fire was all in aid of the film The Shuttered Room, starring Dame Flora Robson and Oliver Reed.
Fifty years since its release, the movie is getting a special screening in Norwich tonight.
Watch Malcolm Robertson's full report for ITV News Anglia here:
A new gas-fired power station could be built on a site previously earmarked for a controversial waste incinerator in West Norfolk.Read the full story ›