The National Health Service is celebrating 70 years since it was created.
There's no doubt healthcare has improved vastly since the inception of the NHS on 5 July 1948.
Back then there were 34 deaths per 1,000 births - now the infant mortality rate has dropped to fewer than four per 1,000 births.
On average, people now live at least 12 years longer than they did in 1948.
- ITV News Anglia reporter Tanya Mercer has been finding out what life was like before the NHS and how its introduction has changed Britain forever
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The opening of the new £165m Royal Papworth Hospital will be delayed by months - because of fire safety fears over building cladding.Read the full story ›
Think of aerodynamics and you probably think of aircraft, Formula One or the type of skin suit worn by our Olympic cyclists.
But, researchers, from the University of Cambridges Centre for Sustainable Road Freight have been using a special water tank facility to develop a more aerodynamic trailer design for HGVs.
The work means the trucks will produce lower CO2 emissions.
The Zoology department at Cambridge University has re-opened the doors of its own museum featuring a collection gathered over 200 years.Read the full story ›
Thousands, including family, friends and the famous, were invited to say goodbye to the Cambridge physicist.Read the full story ›
Lucy Hawking has paid tribute to her inspirational father in the first television interview since his death.Read the full story ›
A pensioner has been found guilty of sexually abusing girls as young as four in a series of offences which spanned 23 years.
Sazzad Miah, 83, was arrested in October last year after police received information about the abuse.
Cambridge Crown Court heard how he abused one girl over a period of 12 years between 1992 and 2004 and another over eight years between 2004 and 2012.
Two were as young as four, another was five years old and another was 10.
Miah, from Cambridge, denied any wrongdoing but after a 16-day trial he was found guilty of 18 offences.
They included five counts of indecent assault, two counts of indecency with a child, four counts of rape, two counts of rape of a child under 13, four counts of sexual assault of a child under 13 and one count of sexual activity with a child.
He will be sentenced at a later date.
“The victims in this investigation have been extremely courageous and I am pleased that they were able to disclose the horrific abuse they have suffered at the hands of Miah. “Child abuse is totally unacceptable and we will support victims of such crimes and work tirelessly to bring the offender to justice.”
There are lengthy delays near Cambridge this morning after a lorry crashed into the central reservation of the A14.Read the full story ›
Norwich and Cambridge are benefiting from more cash under a Government scheme to get more people cycling safely.Read the full story ›