Thousands have taken part in Ipswich's Great East Run. The event is part of Suffolk's ambition to become England's most active county.Read the full story ›
CC attended almost 400 fire investigations not only in Hertfordshire but across the whole of the Anglia regionRead the full story ›
Plans to double the capacity of the airport would expand the airport into HertfordshireRead the full story ›
A dry start to the day but rather cloudy. Cloud building into the afternoon and although mostly places will stay dryRead the full story ›
Schools are back and that means the The Daily Mile is back too and ITV is backing the healthy exercise initiative.Read the full story ›
Prison staff across England and Wales are protesting after a report warned of a "dangerous lack of control" at HMP Bedford.Read the full story ›
A woman who shared a video of her daughter being bullied on social media says she's been overwhelmed by the support she's since received.Read the full story ›
Motorists are facing very long delays on the M25 this morning after a lorry shed its load of steel across the carriageway.Read the full story ›
A builder has denied using a digger to cause millions of pounds worth of damage to five houses in Hertfordshire.
The newly-built retirement homes were wrecked in Buntingford last month, with entire walls torn out and around £4m worth of damage done.
Daniel Neagu, 30, from Harrow in London, has today (September 10) pleaded not guilty to criminal damage at St Albans Crown Court.
He was remanded in custody and is due to go on trial in February.
The five houses in Ermine Street belonged to McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living.
Neagu was not employed directly by the firm and was instead working for subcontractor Fenton, a McCarthy & Stone spokeswoman said.
A mostly cloudy start to the week with cloud continuing to thicken through the day.Read the full story ›