Mainly dry with some sunny spells, especially in the east.
Rather cloudy at times, but milder and mainly dry.
Turkeys and chickens on a farm in East Anglia have been found to be infected with a strain of MRSA.
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.
Click below to see Emma Hutchinson's report from Westminster:
Two of the main teaching unions have called for strike action early next month.
The NASUWT and the NUT, have called for industrial action for schools across the region October 1st.
The unions have said it marks the next step in trying to resolve a dispute with the Education secretary over pay and conditions.
The Local Government Authority has singled out some areas in the East, as having the most severe shortages of primary school places in Britain.
ITV Anglia interviewed Matthew Hancock, the MP for West Suffolk and Skills Minister at the Department for Education.
Click below to see what the Government is doing about the situation:
This week thousands of children are going back to school. It is a daunting time for those starting lessons for the first time, but it can be even more daunting for councils struggling to provide enough school places.
The Local Government Authority has singled out some areas in the East, as having the most severe shortages of primary school places in Britain. One of those places is Peterborough, and Elodie Harper went to the city to see how it's meeting demand.
Click below to see Elodie Harper's report:
It seems our seaside piers are thriving, despite a tough few years for the economy.
A new report suggests piers in other parts of the country are under threat, because of the high cost of insurance and upkeep. But here in the Anglia region, the likes of Cromer, Southwold and Clacton piers are bucking the national trend.
They are in good condition, and remain popular tourist attractions.
It seems our seaside piers are thriving despite a tough few years for the economy.
A new report from Co-Operatives UK suggests piers in other parts of the country are under threat because of the high cost of insurance and maintenance.
However, here in the Anglia region, the likes of Cromer, Southwold and Southend piers are bucking the national trend. They are in good condition and remain popular tourist attractions.
For more information on the report, visit the Co-Operatives UK website.