Icy stretches will form tonight as temperatures drop and wintry showers develop later.Read the full story ›
The government has pledged a total of £60 million for a series of projects across Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk. The windfall will benefit the aviation industry and create thousands of new jobs, homes, and better roads. But critics claim it's just another political sweetener three months ahead of the General Election. Malcolm Robertson's been looking at one of the schemes designed to benefit.
A series of 200 photos taken in the 1950s and 60s give a snapshot of life for one family in our region.
It's believed they were taken by the Bryant family, who ran a shop in St Ives, Cambridgeshire at the time.
The shots capture local people and places, family holidays and even Royal guest appearances.
All the pictures can be viewed at
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The East of England Ambulance Service is investing almost £1 million on 1,000 new defibrillators.
The lifesaving kits, which can make all the difference in the first two or three minutes of cardiac arrest, will be placed across six counties. The first deliveries will be divided as follows:
- Norfolk - 50
- Essex - 40
- Cambridgeshire - 30
- Suffolk - 20
- Bedfordshire - 10
- Hertfordshire - 10
They will be kept in locations such as sports centres, village halls, and libraries. It is hoped all devices will be in place by the end of March.
The Highways Agency is considering a ban on lorries being allowed to overtake on a section of the M11 through Essex.
The ban - aimed at reducing congestion and improving safety - would be in force between junctions 8 and 9 as early as next year. It comes after a number of recent accidents on the motorway. Watch Hannah Pettifer's report here.
With the cold weather expected to last for at least the next five days, the Met Office has issued various snow and ice warnings.Read the full story ›
There has been a dip in the number of new homes being built in our region.
There were 6% fewer houses registered last year - that's according to figures from the National House building council.
It's compared to a 9% rise across the rest of the UK.
A giant statue of a Tyrannosaurus Rex called Clare will be unveiled in Cambridge today.
The metal sculpture is described as "half life-size" and will be on display outside the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
Clare was the centrepiece of Clare College's May Ball last summer - the theme was "primordial".
The statue had to be moved through Cambridge to get to the party.
The snow that's hit the North of England reached this East albeit briefly on Thursday afternoon. Here are some of your pictures.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued at yellow "be aware" warning for snow and ice in the Anglia region for Thursday evening into Friday.Read the full story ›