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Share your memories of the Queen in the East

The Queen will become the longest serving Monarch in British History next month Credit: Press Association

Next month the Queen will become the longest serving Monarch in British History, and here on ITV News Anglia we'd like to hear your memories of her reign.

If you have footage you filmed of the Queen during one of her many visits to our region, then we'd like you to get in touch.

Perhaps you have photos or video of the day the Queen came to your school, town or workplace?

If you'd like to take part then email us at anglianews at itv.com, send us a message via Facebook or Twitter or you can write to us, at ITV News Anglia, Anglia House, Norwich Norfolk, NR1 3JG

Security alert over app that lets anyone track Prince William's ambulance helicopter

Prince William on his first day with with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Credit: PA Images

A mobile phone app which allowed people to track the movements of Prince William in his new job as a pilot for the East of England Ambulance Service has sparked a major security alert.

Users of the app could monitor the Prince's exact position in the skies and even get alerts every time he took off from Cambridge Airport.

Subscribers can no longer follow the helicopter after concerns were raised about what could happen if terrorists used the app.

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Cambridge house prices increase five-fold in two decades

House prices in Cambridge have risen faster than any other part of the UK outside London. Credit: ITV News Anglia

House prices in Cambridge have risen five-fold in since 1995 according to new figures released by the Office of National Statistics.

The median sale price of a house in the city in 2014 was £350,000, up from £70,000 in 1995. That is a 400% increase and the biggest rise of any area of the country outside London.

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Bonfires going ahead despite firefighter strike

Bonfires and firework displays are being held this weekend despite claims that a four day strike by firefighters is leaving many people 'vulnerable'.

Firefighters across the country have walked out from 6pm on Friday until 6pm on Tuesday in a dispute about pensions.

The Fire Brigade Union says government proposals that firefighters should work until they are 60 instead of 55, pay more into their pensions and get less in retirement, are unfair.

But the Fire Service says contingency plans are in place and there is adequate cover.

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