A gang of ram raiders have been sentenced to 22 years for carrying out a terrifying series of thefts at shops and banks across the region.Read the full story ›
A swan has been killed and another injured after they were both shot in the head in Cambridgeshire.
A member of the public called the RSPCA after finding the birds in a dyke at March on Saturday (February 28).
A second swan was found with a superficial head wound but was released back into the wild.
It's thought that the birds were shot on Friday evening with an air rifle.
"This was a horrible incident which resulted in the death of one bird and a second having a lucky escape.
It appears to have been done in the interests of so called 'sport' but was completely needless and cruel."
A mum has spoken of her son's battle for life as the family wait to find out whether he can have a double lung transplant.Read the full story ›
The Government is ploughing almost £15 million into improving cycle routes in two of the region's major city centres.
They're among eight cities across the country benefitting from the "Cycle Ambition" scheme designed to reduce the amount of traffic on the roads.
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The East of England Ambulance service has lost equipment worth more than £215,000 in the past two years.
The service said the problem of losing items is a "significant problem" to the trust.
Between 2012 and 2014 the trust say they have lost 30 special laptops costing £2,500 each and 10 defibrillators worth £90,000.
They have also lost 64 thermometers worth £72 each, 16 blood glucose monitors and a stretcher worth more than £8,000.
Perhaps the most bizarre lost item the trust misplaced was a vomit bowl.
The data was released following a Freedom of Information request from a member of the public.
Trust manager Karl Edwards, blamed "dynamic" and "chaotic" situations for equipment being left at the scene and said the focus was placed on giving the best possible care.
"That's why we're putting a great deal of focus into making sure we put practices and measures in place to minimise this going forward."
The items were all classified as "lost" rather than stolen, the trust confirmed.
It said it did not know how many of the items had subsequently been found.
A set of specially designed mugs made to help raise money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices go on sale today.
The Duchess of Cambridge who is patron to the charity saw the Emma Bridgewater creations being made when she visited the factory in February.
Five pounds from the sale of each mug, which features ladybirds, will go to the charity for its 'Nook' appeal to build a new hospice in Norfolk.
Children as young as 14 are being arrested for drink and drug driving in our region.Read the full story ›
The Cambridgeshire singer Sam Smith has announced he'll play at a special East Anglian "home" gig in Thetford.
He'll perform at Thetford Forest on Friday 3rd July as part of Forest Live, the annual summer music series organised by the Forestry Commission.
Sam Smith’s album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ has sold over 5 million copies globally. He's also won four Grammy and two Brit Awards!
Tickets go on sale on Friday 6th March at 9.00am.
Police have released pictures of five men convicted for their part in raids on shops and banks across the regionRead the full story ›
Five men have been convicted of a string of ATM ram raids and burglaries in which more than £400,000 was stolen.Read the full story ›