A special brew of super fans have descended on Cambridge for the university city's annual beer festival.Read the full story ›
Armed police are to patrol the region's trains for the first time, following the increase in the UK's terror threat level.
British Transport Police said officers would be deployed from this afternoon (Thursday) to ensure the public was kept safe on the rail network.
A spokesman said travellers should feel comforted by their presence and urged passengers to speak to them if they had any worries.
The move follows the government's decision to increase the terror threat level to critical following Monday's suicide bombing at a music concert in Manchester.
"Since the devastating events in Manchester on Monday evening, our force has radically increased the presence of our officers nationwide.
“By having firearms officers on board trains we’re ensuring that trains remain as safe as possible for passengers. Our patrols will be highly visible and passengers should feel comforted by their presence. Please do speak to them if you have any concerns at all.
“It is important to note that we do not have any specific intelligence in relation to train services but are taking this action to ensure we can protect and reassure the public.”
Visitors to the seaside this bank holiday weekend are being urged by the RNLI to fight their instincts to fight the water.Read the full story ›
Communities across the region observed the national one minute's silence this morning to remember the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
This was the scene in Cambridge, Ipswich, Norwich and Peterborough.
If you have images or video from silences elsewhere in the region, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It will be a hot day and dry day with plenty of sunshine and just a little bit of patchy cloud.Read the full story ›
A passenger has died in a car crash in Cambridgeshire.
Police were called to the B660 Glatton Lane at Glatton, near Peterborough, at about 5.45pm yesterday (Wednesday).
A Landrover Discovery had crashed and a male passenger was declared dead at the scene.
The driver and a second passenger were taken to Peterborough City Hospital as a precaution.
Dry and settled weather is set to continue and it will be another very warm day. However along the coast it will be a few degrees cooler.Read the full story ›
It will be a dry day and very warm with bright and sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Staying dry with some patchy cloud at times but also sunny periods during the evening. Dry and sunny again on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
One of the region's Olympic heroes has announced her retirement.
Cambridgeshire's Hannah Macleod, who took gold with the Team GB hockey squad in Rio, has decided to quit the sport at the age of 32.
Macleod, who made 153 international appearances, said she was now looking forward to joining friends in the pub and her coaching role with the England U21 squad.