Turkeys and chickens on a farm in East Anglia have been found to be infected with a strain of MRSA.
Teachers are to stage a fresh round of walkouts, including in East Anglia, in a long-running row over pay, pensions and workload.
A housing charity has called for a expansion of shared ownership homes for a generation of "forgotten families" in East Anglia.
A poultry flock in East Anglia has contracted the livestock form of MRSA.
Government vets are not revealing where the affected farm is and say there are no known cases of people developing MRSA from eating infected meat.
Once the birds have been slaughtered the poultry sheds will be thoroughly disinfected.
After hitting an all time high earlier this year, there's some good news for motorists, as petrol prices are now at their lowest in more than two years.
They've fallen by 9p per litre, from £1.40 in September to £1.31 now.
Diesel prices at the pumps remain slightly higher, but have dropped to 138p.
Edmund King from the AA explains why the prices might have fallen.
Our region's police forces are hoping for more treats than tricks this Halloween. They will be putting on extra patrols this evening and reminding people to stay out of trouble.
All our police forces have also provided posters for people to display if they would rather not be visited by trick or treaters.
150 thousand people across the East were left without power and rail networks were brought to a standstill today as a result of the storm.
ITV News Anglia spoke to Matt Rudling from UK Power Networks to find out just how bad it has been in the East.
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Just one in 10 properties in East Anglia is affordable for families looking to buy their first home, according to a housing charity.
Research by Shelter found that only 10% of suitable homes for sale in the region were affordable for a typical working family hoping to get on the first rung of the property ladder.
The charity looked at asking prices for all of the properties for sale in the region on a single day, and compared them with the mortgage that families, couples and single people on average wages could afford as first-time buyers.
In some parts of the region, less than 3% of the homes on the market were affordable - even if families were able to save a 20% deposit.
A number of affordability "black-spots" were also highlighted. They included Cambridge, where there were no affordable properties, St Albans where there were only five, and Watford where only eight homes were affordable.
The charity is calling for action to tackle what it calls a "desperate shortage" of affordable homes.
Shelter's chief executive Campbell Robb said: "When the number of affordable properties in an entire town can be counted on one hand, it's not difficult to see why a stable home of their own is quickly becoming a distant dream for the next generation.
"It's right that young people who aspire to own their own home should work hard and save each month, but with such a pitiful number of affordable homes on offer - even with a generous 20% deposit - our housing shortage is holding them back.
"Unless we build the affordable homes we desperately need, house prices will continue to rise and as a result more people will be forced to live at home with their parents into their thirties, or move into the expensive and unstable private rental market.
"Young people are working hard and doing their bit. Now the government has to meet people halfway and increase the supply of affordable homes - not the supply of credit - or the prospect of a home of their own will slip even further out of reach for future generations."
A project which aims to prevent substance abuse among vulnerable young carers is one of eight initiatives to share funding worth more than £2.6 million across East Anglia.
Essex Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service (EYPDAS) has been awarded £316,652 from the Big Lottery Fund's Reaching Communities programme which helps communities and people in need.
The service will use a trained network of volunteers to engage with vulnerable young carers to prevent them developing substance misuse problems and to improve their physical and emotional well-being.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance has been given permission to operate a full night-time service across the region.
It means the air ambulance now has the capability to land anywhere in darkness.
Other air ambulances are licenced to fly in the dark but are not able to land on unknown and unlit sites.
The two largest teachers' unions have announced plans for strikes in this region, next month.
The NUT and the NASUWT say their concerns about teachers' pensions and working conditions are not being listened to.
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