Millions of pounds are being lost on controversial gambling machines across the Anglia region, according to the latest figures.Read the full story ›
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.
House prices in the East have risen nearly four-fold in the past two decades according to new figures just released.Read the full story ›
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.
Staff working at a law firm have named an emergency medical service as their charity of the year.Read the full story ›
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.
Some of the regions MPs are warning people about the darker side of Halloween festivities.
The Care Minister and Norfolk MP Norman Lamb say that some costumes could be demonising those with mental health issues.
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Exactly 24 hours from now, firefighters across the East will walk out on strike in a row over pensions.
With Bonfire night just days away and Halloween tomorrow, the strike is falling on one of the busiest weekends of the year for the service.
Fire chiefs are advising the public to remain vigilant.
Children's parties. Normally they are filled with fun, games and lots of sugar. The little ones leave with party bags and often hyped up, the parents leave well exhausted.
But given all the recent publicity about the dangers of sugar what if there were parties with none at all? Would it spoil all the fun?
Ellie Barker has been investigating.
A survey carried out on behalf of the Stroke Association has revealed widespread misconceptions among people living in the East.Read the full story ›