This programme looking at strikes, how the Tour de France boosted the local economy and Lady Trumpington on codes, cuddles and gameshows.
The Government is boosting the local economy with a £200m cash boost while Labour want to return powers and funding to local councils
New maths centres, including four in the Anglia region, have been launched by the government to raise the standard of schoolchildren.
Bio-medical staff at Northampton General are protesting outside the hospital in a dispute over pay and working hours.
The pathology lab workers began industrial action earlier this week, by working to their set hours. But have now been refused entry to the hospital.
The Unite Union claims the hospital's stopping them from working unless they agree to end their dispute.
The Trust says the dispute could affect turnaround times for test results which could put patients at risk, so they have asked workers to stay at home until the action comes to an end.
A Cambridgeshire MP has warned that solar farms and bio-energy targets are leading to a loss of agricultural land in the region.
Sir James Paice said solar farms should be built on unproductive brownfield sites. His comments follow new research which shows the UK could run out of land to meet food demand by 2030.
– Sir James Paice, MP for South East Cambridgeshire
"The most important thing is to realise that we are a population that is growing, growing from 66 million last year to around 70 million by 2020. That in itself is huge, the proportion of food we produce ourselves has been falling. We can't import it all we should even try."
Residents at Hampton House residential care home in Northampton have taken their campaign to keep the home open to Westminster.
Scope, the charity who own Hampton House, say it could close next year.
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More than a hundred people have put their name forward to replace South Suffolk MP Tim Yeo as the Consevative parliamentary candidate in next year's general election
The MP was de-selected in a vote by local Conservative party activists in February.
Officials are now working to put forward a short-list of six candidates who'll go before a selection committee early next month
Police and Crime Commissioners from our region are among those warning that laws relaxing who can drive minicabs will put the public at risk.
The PCC for Cambridgeshire, Sir Graham Bright, says he is particularly concerned about the vulnerable, such as elderly people and young girls, who rely on taxis for safer transport.
The government is proposing that minicab owners be allowed to lend out their vehicles when they aren't working, to save families money on a second car. But campaigners warn this would make it easier for criminals to pose as cab drivers.
The House of Commons is due to vote on the new laws as part of the Deregulation Bill which goes before parliament on Monday 23rd June.
Firefighters across our region are set to walk out this morning in a row over retirement ages and pensions.
The strike is due to last for seven hours from 10am to 5pm.
It follows a 24-hour strike earlier this month in the long-running dispute between the Fire Brigades Union and the fire service.
The fire service says "robust contingency arrangements" are in place, but people have been urged to take extra care during the strikes.
Sir Bob Russell, the Lib Dem MP for Colchester, has called for calm following the murder of a Saudi student who was studying English at the University of Essex.
Detectives are investigating the possibility that Nahid Almanea, who was 31, was targeted because of her Muslim dress
Forcing someone into a marriage in England and Wales will carry a maximum seven-year jail sentence from today.
The Government hopes the law change, which also criminalises forcing a British national into marriage outside the UK, will protect thousands of potential victims.
Home Secretary Theresa May said she was "proud" of the UK's leading role in combating the crime.
"I am proud to say that the UK is already a world-leader in the fight to stamp out this harmful practice with the Government's Forced Marriage Unit working hard to tackle this terrible practice in the UK and overseas," she said.