The sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040.
The government announced the deadline as part of £3 billion plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution that include scrappage schemes and potential "clean air zones" that could see charges for heavy polluting vehicles.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove said the government wanted to help the car industry "do the right thing".
We asked what you thought of the change.
The boss of the region's ambulance service declared the trust "is not going into special measures" as it faces the prospect of a £3m fine.Read the full story ›
A new system is being introduced to warn youngsters from wandering onto railway lines at level crossings while distracted by their mobile phones. Figures show that young people are more likely to have a near miss at a level crossing during the summer. There has been 126 incidents at Littleport near Ely in just one year.
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Local rail operators are considering proposals by the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, to abolish First Class seats on commuter routes into London.
Greater Anglia say passenger groups have also raised the issue and they'll give it full consideration when finalising design plans for new trains from 2019.
London Midland meanwhile still await the outcome of their franchise renewal process.
The consultation process for the introduction of new trains across the Greater Anglia network has just finished.
This issue has been raised amongst some passenger groups so will be given our full consideration when finalising the design plans for the new trains due to arrive from 2019.
Damaging strikes, which have crippled rail networks across northern and southern England, could now hit Greater Anglia services.Read the full story ›
Motorists are being warned to expect delays this weekend as almost nine million vehicles embark on the start of the summer getaway.Read the full story ›
The average home across Britain has added just over £3,000 to its value since the start of the year, according to analysis.Read the full story ›
Greater Anglia rail guards are to be balloted on possible strike action.
The RMT rail union says it is over the potential introduction of driver-only operated doors on trains.
The dispute mirrors a similar one on the Southern Rail network over the last year.
The union say the train service have failed to guarantee the future role of guards on the service.
RMT will not sit back and wait for the company any longer and we have no option but to begin preparations for a ballot in order to protect safety and access on Greater Anglia services.
The union remains available for further talks around the crucial issue of the guard guarantee.