At the end of this month we're helping to stage the nation's biggest ever sports day - I Am Team GB.
The event, in partnership with the National Lottery is designed to get thousands of us off the sofa and out and about taking part in sport.
Thousands of free events will be available across the region and the ITV News Anglia Team has been getting involved too.
Click below to see how out our weather man Aidan McGivern got on trying to improve his fitness in the swimming pool...
Video report by ITV News' Dani Crawshaw
Teenagers across our region have been celebrating, or not, after finding out their A-level results this morning.
Nationally the gap between the top performing boys and girls at A level has narrowed while the number of A stars has dropped.
Meanwhile Childline say they've seen a 20% increase in counselling for teenagers worried about their exams.
Results day can be a time of uncertainty and soul searching, particularly if you do not get the results you expected. What to do next?Read the full story ›
Thousands of women are leaving the Royal British Legion in protest at plans to curb their independence.
Across the country, hundreds of branches of the women's section could close. In Suffolk, it's likely to be 16 out of 19.
In what is becoming a bitter dispute, the chairman of a branch in Norfolk has accused those running the legion of treating women like the pre-suffragettes. Malcolm Robertson reports.
Unemployment in the ITV Anglia region has continued to fall. Between April and June it dropped by 6000 in the East Midlands to 103,000 and by 12,000 in the East of England to 106,000 people out of work.
The figures mirrored the national results with unemployment the lowest for eight years.
A fast food restaurant in Bletchley has been seriously damaged by fire.Read the full story ›
Milton Keynes long jumper Greg Rutherford's Olympic disappointment has hit a new low out in Rio - after his mobile phone was stolen.
The athlete won the bronze medal in the long jump final in the early hours of Sunday morning but was unhappy with his performance saying his "best isn't good enough".
But just a couple of hours later he was struck another blow - when his phone was stolen.
The world, European and Commonwealth champion said it meant he had lost lots of photos and videos of his son Milo.
The ultimate downer from this champs is having my phone stolen. Just for the pics and videos of milo
An elderly driver has died after his car crashed with a lorry on the M1 in Bedfordshire.
Police were called to the northbound carriageway at junction 13, at Woburn near Milton Keynes, at about 4.20pm on Sunday.
A blue Citroen Saxo had crashed with a HGV. The driver of the car, a man in his 80s, was taken to hospital but died a short time later.
Milton Keynes athlete Greg Rutherford says he is "really disappointed" after having to settle for bronze at Rio 2016.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn used a visit to Milton Keynes to tell his Labour critics to "take the fight to the Tories" and stop bickering among themselvesRead the full story ›