The family of 85-year-old John Boon from Luton who died following a road traffic collision in last week has paid tribute to him.Read the full story ›
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The Prime Minister David Cameron has backed calls by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for more privacy for their children, saying that he has "every sympathy".
Kensington Palace released an open letter yesterday claiming the couple's two-year-old son Prince George is being harassed by paparazzi photographers, some of whom the Palace says will go to any lengths to get pictures of the young prince.
In one recent incident, photographers were found hiding on private land near the couple's Norfolk home Anmer Hall. The Prime Minister said today that they deserve "some privacy and some space" to bring up their family.
Here is the letter from the Duke of Duchess of Cambridge's communications secretary about the "harassment" of Prince George.Read the full story ›
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge complain about "extreme" and "increasingly dangerous" tactics used by paparazzi to photograph Prince George.Read the full story ›
As the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrived at the Sandringham Flower Show this morning, well-wishers lined up to greet them.
One little girl was waiting, bouquet in hand, ready to hand it to the royals.
But five year old Pleasance Allen was a little overwhelmed by the Duchess of Cornwall - after handing the bouquet to Camilla she hid behind her mother.
More showers across the Anglia region in what seems to be turning into a bit of a soggy summer but that is good news for the garden.
Thousands of gardening enthusiasts from across the country have been descending on the Queen's Norfolk estate for some top tips at the Sandringham Flower Show
Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall also turned out for what's become an annual occasion in the diary of the royals.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwell have toured the Sandringham Flower Show on the Queen's Norfolk estate.Read the full story ›
A mobile phone app which allowed people to track the movements of Prince William in his new job as a pilot for the East of England Ambulance Service has sparked a major security alert.
Users of the app could monitor the Prince's exact position in the skies and even get alerts every time he took off from Cambridge Airport.
Subscribers can no longer follow the helicopter after concerns were raised about what could happen if terrorists used the app.
The start of a new week and the start of a new job for Prince William as he began his role as an air ambulance pilot.
The Duke of Cambridge has been training for months to work with the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and while he admitted to having a few nerves, he was delighted to finally get down to work.
Matthew Hudson was in Cambridge to see him clock on: