The number of people able to vote in the Anglia region has dropped by more than 70,000 after changes in the voter registration process.Read the full story ›
Cool winds are expected throughout the weekend. Saturday will be sunny but Sunday will be cloudy.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses following a robbery from a Betfred bookmakers in Peterborough
At about 9.45pm on Tuesday, two men arrived at the shop, in Bretton Court, in a silver Vauxhall Vectra. One of them restrained a member of the public, while the other man jumped over the counter brandishing a weapon and forced two members of staff into the back office.
They threatened the staff members and demanded the safe was opened.The safe was not opened and the offenders made off with a small sum of cash from the till, in what is believed to have been a dark Toyota Celica, with tinted windows and a rear spoiler.
"This was a calculated attempt to make off with large sums of money, which has failed, but left a member of the public and staff severely shaken. "I urge anyone with information to come forward.”
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has been in Cambridge on the election campaign trail saying he believes most people in our region aren't feeling the economic recovery.
Today's figures show an increase in those out of work in the East of England, but Conservatives say it's good news nationally as more people are in work than ever before.
But are voters really engaged with the campaign?
Click below to see our report from political correspondent Emma Hutchinson.
A daughter has made an emotional appeal for help finding her father who police believe was murdered nearly 25 years ago.
Lesley Bedford was only four years old when her father, Andrew Bedford disappeared in Ramsey in Cambridgeshire.
Today his family made an emotional appeal for help after police reopened his case.
Click below to watch our report from Claire McGlasson
The deadline to register to vote in this year’s General Election is Monday.Read the full story ›
A study carried out by Cambridge Architectural Research suggests that more investment is needed in energy efficiency if the country is to reduce its carbon emissions.
A report by the Campaign to Protect Rural England states there's a lack of funding for energy efficiency improvements for those living in rural areas.
In the first of our Battleground Anglia reports, we look at what is likely to be one of the region's most hotly contested seats - Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The Anglia region may be deep in the grip of election fever but one constituency has had more experience of going to the polls that most.
As well as being a closely-fought race at every General Election, the university city also had by-elections in the 1960s and the 1970s.
The 1967 the Conservatives won the a by-election in Cambridge from Labour, the party then in government.
Click below to watch an election report from 1967 from the ITV Anglia archive