A £10m pound scheme to tackle flash flooding in Norwich begins today.Read the full story ›
Tonight will be chilly with lows of 3 deg C ( 37 deg F ) but tomorrow will be generally fine and sunny.Read the full story ›
Becoming cloudier and breezier into the evening, with a little light rain at times. It will be much milder than of late. Lows of 7 deg C.Read the full story ›
Staying mainly dry this afternoon and feeling relatively warm. Highs today of 16 deg C.Read the full story ›
Cloud will bubble up to give the odd shower this afternoon- some of which could be heavy with hail and thunder possible. Highs of 12 deg CRead the full story ›
It will be a chilly but sunny start to the bank holiday weekend on Saturday morning before showers develop later. Feel less cold by Monday.Read the full story ›
New images of the surface of Mars have revealed the landing site of the ill-fated Beagle probe - developed by the late Colin Pillinger at the Open University in Milton Keynes.
Researchers at University College London used new techniques to get pictures of the Beagle 2 lander. They say it confirms theories the probe landed safely but the solar panels failed to deploy properly.
5pm: Day one of the junior doctors strike has officially ended.
The industrial action doesn't appear to have driven up hospital waiting times or caused any problems of note so far.
Junior doctors are expected to walk out again on Wednesday between 8am and 5pm.
Kate Prout reflects on how our hospitals coped in the east:
Sarah Cooper reflects on how hospitals coped in the west.
Internet users are being advised to "date safe" following a national increase in reports of crimes initiated via internet dating.
Bedfordshire police recorded 39 crimes in the last two years - all relating to the use of internet dating sites - six of these were serious sexual offences.
More than half of parents in the East of England are worried their child will not be ready to start school at the age of five, according to charity Action for Children.
It has led the group to call upon the Government to offer more support to parents.
The charity says many children have not developed good enough communication skills to cope with the school day.