Police are investigating the rape of a woman in Milton Keynes. She was reported walking around the cenre when she was approached by a man.Read the full story ›
A number of flood alerts are in force in the Anglia region with river levels high due to continuing heavy rain showers.Read the full story ›
A damp November is likely to bring to an end a dry spell in the Anglia region which has lasted since July.Read the full story ›
The Chancellor is to green-light a new express route linking Milton Keynes, Cambridge and Oxford in the Autumn StatementRead the full story ›
The Environment Agency is monitoring river levels across East Anglia after Storm Angus brought strong winds and heavy rain to the area.Read the full story ›
Storm Angus has brought strong winds and heavy rain to parts of the Anglia region.
A wind gust of 46 mph was recorded at Shoeburyness in Essex at 5am on Sunday.
It is the Suffolk and Essex coast expected to see the worst of the weather conditions in the Anglia region with a Met Office yellow weather warning in force.
Rainfall totals are mounting up too with 15 mm recorded at Wittering in Cambridgeshire between midnight and 6am and 14 mm at Writtle in Essex.
The Environment Agency is monitoring river levels and is issuing flood alerts.
The south coast of the United Kingdom has been hardest hit with the highest wind gust of 71 mph recorded off the Isle of Wight.
Highest wind gusts in the UK between midnight and 5am
- 71 mph - The Needles, Isle of Wight
- 71 mph - Berry Head, Devon
- 62 mph - Isle of Portland, Dorset
- 62 mph - Langdon Bay, Kent
- 62 mph - Culdrose, Cornwall
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for strong winds and heavy rain in parts of the Anglia region as Storm Angus moves in.Read the full story ›
Recruiting teachers to this region continues to be a problem - with up to a quarter of posts going unfilled.
According to a survey by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), schools in the East said they'd failed to fill one in four jobs for teachers on the main and upper pay scales.
Almost nine out of 10 headteacher roles were a struggle to recruit for, and two thirds of newly-qualified teacher jobs.
Cloud parted at times in the skies of East Anglia allowing a tantalising glimpse of the brightest supermoon in near 70 years.Read the full story ›
The brightest moon in nearly 70 years has lit up the sky.
Known as the supermoon - it appeared above the UK just after 5pm yesterday.
Described by Nasa as "undeniably beautiful", the moon is at its brightest this week because it is coming closer to Earth along its elliptical orbit than at any time since 1948.
Despite the cloud many people got a good view in this region. This video shows the view from Norfolk.