A little girl has been reunited with her missing toy bunny just in time for Christmas with the help of a month-long Twitter campaign.Read the full story ›
Largely cloudy tonight and tomorrow with some dampness at times but staying mild for December.Read the full story ›
Temperatures have reached 12 to 13 Celsius throughout the Anglia region this afternoon, surpassing the average daytime December temperature by 6 degrees.
Following a sunny day yesterday, a warm front brought a spell of rain overnight and spread a warm sector across the south of the UK.
A warm sector describes a slice of mild and moist air that is captured between a warm front and a cold front. This normally originates in the Atlantic and is often a zone of cloudy, damp and mild weather.
This warm sector will remain in place until the end of the week when a cold front will clear it away, leading to colder, sunnier conditions by Friday afternoon.
Unemployment in East Anglia increased by 1,000 in the three months to October, official figures have revealed.Read the full story ›
The plunging price of world oil could soon see the cost of a litre of petrol dipping below £1, the RAC has said.Read the full story ›
Drivers in Cambridge have been warned they face weeks more disruption on the A14 because of delays to roadworks at the Girton interchange.
An extra lane is being built at the pinch point to try and ease congestion and was due to be finished early in the new year.
The Highways Agency says the project won't be complete until the end of March.
There won't be any trains running in the region on Christmas Day.
East Coast, London Midland, C2C and Greater Anglia trains say they will remain closed on Boxing Day. But the Stansted Express will run services on the 26th December with trains departing from London every 30 minutes.
There will then be a revised timetable until the New Year.
A report has revealed that a dead body was left near bins at Ely ambulance station so ambulance crews could avoid working overtime.Read the full story ›
A Hospital is hoping to find the 'grateful patient' who has been sending them a Christmas card for the last 54 years.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire police are appealing for help to trace a woman who has been missing since December 11th.
52-year old Wendy Simms was last seen at her home in South Parade, Peterborough, wearing a dark jacket and trousers.
Police say she is considered to be very vulnerable and are concerned for her welfare.
"We are becoming increasingly concerned for Wendy's welfare, particularly as the weather has been below freezing. Her green Ford Fiesta, registration EK04 BFU, is also missing from her home address, we believe she may be in or near it. I would urge anyone who knows where she is to contact 101."