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As part of Safer Internet Day parents are being asked if they really know what their children are doing online.
A new survey has discovered that 15 per cent of children admitted they'd bullied someone online, with 59 per cent saying they did it just to fit in with their social group.
Nearly half said they'd kept quiet after seeing or reading something online that made them feel uncomfortable.
Click below to watch our report from Claire McGlasson
Police forces across the region have put together a series of tips and advice to keep children safe when they are online as part of 'Safer Internet Day'
Talk to your child Preventing your child from using the internet and devices won't keep them safe, so talk them through how to stay safe and what to do if they feel uncomfortable.
Ask your child what they do online Let your child show you what games they play and websites they use so you can be aware of their activity.
Set rules and agree boundaries Agree the amount of time they spend online, who they share photos and information with and websites they can use.
Make sure your child's privacy is protected Check the privacy settings on their accounts, especially with social networks and games.
Check your child knows how to use reporting tools Explain to your child what to do if they see inappropriate content or is contacted by a stranger.
Grooming is a process of manipulating a child to gain control over them. Anyone concerned about behaviour towards a child can report this directly to CEOP. The site also contains more top tips for young people on how to stay safe.
For more information you can also visit the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre's 'Thinkuknow' website
A number of schools in our region are to get a share of a multi billion pound investment into constructing and refurbishing school buildings.
The Government's promised a total of 6 billion pounds for schools in England over the next 3 years.
But not everyone will benefit with less than 300 successfully bidding for a share of the pot.
Labour says it's too little too late, and the money won't go where it's really needed. Click below to watch our report from Olivia Paterson.
And you can see the full list of schools benefiting here
Details have been announced of which schools are going to get a share of £2 billion as part of a rebuilding and refurbishment programme.
A full assessment of the work needed will take place in April.
The local schools benefiting under the programme are:
Burnham Grammar School
Ramnoth Junior School
Bewick Bridge Community Primary School
Chipping Ongar Primary School
The FitzWimarc School
The Deanes School
Ramsden Hall School
Water Lane Primary School
Mark Hall Academy
Brentwood County High School
Aboyne Lodge Junior Mixed and Infant School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
The Hemel Hempstead School
The Cavendish School
The Astley Cooper School
The Bishop's Stortford High School
Saint Mary's Catholic School
Mount Grace School
The John Henry Newman Catholic School
Saint Joan of Arc Catholic School
Monk's Walk School
Leventhorpe a business and enterprise academy
Marshland High School
Nicholas Hamond Academy
Downham Market Academy
Norwich Road Academy
Attleborough Academy Norfolk
The Latimer Arts College
Stowmarket High School
Copleston High School
Samuel Ward Academy
East Point Academy
Ormiston Endeavour Academy
Mildenhall College Academy
Almost 300,000 homes and businesses in the East of England now have access to superfast broadband according to Government figures.
Ministers say the roll out of fibre broadband - which generates speeds of at least 24 mega bits per second - will lead to tens of thousands of jobs being created nationwide.
The Culture Minister Ed Vaizey will visit Norwich on Monday February 9th to launch the latest phase of the government's broadband scheme which aims to support properties in the hardest-to-reach areas.
"Today there are two million more UK homes and businesses with access to superfast broadband than there were two years ago as a result of this ambitious project.
This is a tremendous result that is already making a huge difference to millions of people.
We want everyone in the UK to be able to enjoy the benefits of superfast broadband, that's why we've begun work on reaching the last five per cent of communities not covered by existing plans."
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Crimstoppers are offering a three thousand pound reward for information after a series of distraction burglaries across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. A gang have forced their way into the homes of the vulnerable and elderly across the region.
It's a subject which can be difficult to talk about especially among men - testicular cancer.
ITV's Lorraine Kelly has launched a campaign called 'Check Your Chaps' to raise awareness about the importance of checking for symptoms.
Cancer charities say that getting men to talk about their health problems is the key to saving lives. Watch Serena Sandhu's report and find a link to Lorraine's 'Check Your Chaps' page.
Meet Milly, winner of a competition to find the cutest dog in Suffolk.
Photographer Josh Coulson, from Ipswich, ran the competition last month. Of the 285 entries, only two dogs were chosen by all three judges.
The winner was Milly, a three-legged Boxer rescued as a puppy from a dog sanctuary in Spain by Dominic and Karen Stroud, of Red Lodge, Suffolk, for their seven-year-old son, Liam.
Second place went to Pepper, a six-month-old Great Dane.
Mr Coulson will now use a picture of Milly for his new dog photography business.
Tanya Mercer has been to see Milly and to find out what makes her just that little bit cuter than others. Here's her report:
And if you think your dog is even cuter, email us a photo at email@example.com or post it to our Facebook page before 1pm Wednesday.
Here are some of the photos you have emailed us - you can see many more on our Facebook page