It's goodbye to a little bit of history in Bury St Edmunds as work continued to demolish the town's last gas holder.
People might not be getting sentimental over the old metal structure on Tayfen Road but there's a good chance it supplied their home with gas for more than half a century.
Others in Norwich and Colchester are being taken down too. The site at Tayfen Road became a gas works in 1834. Gas was initially produced by heating coal in a container before being transferred to gas holders.
Appliances powered by gas became more and more popular over the years and in 1952 a gas holder was built on site to meet increasing demand.
Click below to watch a report on the demolition by ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers
People in Norwich city centre will have access to free wi-fi from today.
It's part of a £100,000 project by Norwich Business Improvement District which will allow free internet connection to anyone out and about in Norwich.
Anyone within range from Chapelfield Gardens to Norwich Castle will be able to pick it up on devices.
"Our free city centre wi-fi scheme puts Norwich at the forefront of technology and provides real value for social media users and the business community. With the technology lifestyles that we all lead, it is now an expectation that a city has wi-fi.
With Norwich’s reputation as a Tech Nation City it’s vital that we invest in the infrastructure which embraces growth of digital technology for the benefit of visitors and businesses. The city centre free wi-fi will further help put Norwich on the map as a technology leading city, and a more connected place to visit, work and live.
Connectivity is an important element of everyday life for many people and the free wi-fi will enable people to download and access the ‘Discover Norwich’ app, helping people navigate their way and find the latest events going on in the city”.
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Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi has launched a new computer which costs just £4.
The computer is one of the world's cheapest PCs.
The device - called the Pi Zero - has been designed to make coding even more accessible. Click below to watch the video from Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton.
Norfolk County Council have issued a warning after reports people have received emails containing 'malicious content'.
The emails - which appear to be sent from email@example.com - contain an excel spreadsheet attachment if downloaded, could potentially damage the person's computer.
At the moment they say there is no evidence their website security has been breached, but they are investigating the issues as a 'matter of priority'.
Norwich Airport has been the victim of a cyber attack.
They reported the hacking to the police upon noticing the breach.
They say that no sensitive information has been leaked because the website is a third party site not connected to the airport's operational systems.
Changes are being made to the website arrangements to prevent any further illegal access.
A 16-year-old boy from Norwich who was arrested in connection with the investigation into alleged data theft from TalkTalk has been released on bail.
Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit (MPCCU) together with officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) executed a search warrant at an address in the city last night.
The teenager was arrested on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences, but has now been bailed until late March 2016.
He was the fourth person to be arrested in connection with the investigation.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in Norwich in connection with alleged data theft from TalkTalk.
A joint operation between detectives from The Met's cybercrime unit and officers from the National Crime Agency saw an address in Norwich searched, and the teenager detained.
It comes after the communications company admitted it had been the victim of a significant hacking attack last week.
He's the fourth person to be arrested and is being held under Computer Misuse Act offences.
Cambridgeshire Police have announced they're piloting a scheme where they'll talk to victims of less serious crimes via a video link.Read the full story ›
A charity says it's concerned about plans by Cambridgeshire Police to speak to victims of crime through video and phone calls rather than face to face.
The cost-saving measure has been welcomed by the county's police and crime commissioner and the police federation.
But Age UK say that many older people won't be up to speed with the technology.
Click below to hear from Gloria Cuyler from Age UK
"I think for the majority of people it'll be a very new thing that they're not accustomed to and it could be another way of older people feeling disadvantaged and not able to communicate."
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