Teenagers in the East who are heading off to university in the next few weeks should make sure they've been vaccinated against measles.
The advice comes from Public Health England, who say some students may have missed out on the MMR when they were children. The uptake in 2003 was as low as 80%.
The call comes after it emerged the number of measles cases in Europe has reached an eight-year high. Since the beginning of the year, there have been 169 laboratory confirmed measles cases in the South-East
Police across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire will be targeting dangerous riders. It's part of a national campaign urging motorcyclists to take their safety seriously. The road policing units will be issuing fines and giving out advice.
The MotoGP British Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire has been cancelled due to heavy rain and standing water.Read the full story ›
Luton airport has been named the worst in the UK by consumer group Which? Stansted and Manchester airports came in joint second worst.Read the full story ›
Tonight's episode of our series examines the varied methods of travel on the region's waterways.Read the full story ›
Volkswagen has agreed to meet Greenpeace after the environmental group blockaded the car manufacturer's Milton Keynes Head Office.Read the full story ›
Mainly dry but on the cloudy side at times. Developing sunny spells may help spark the odd shower later.Read the full story ›
Milton Keynes long jumper Greg Rutherford has competed for the very last time.Read the full story ›
Police in Bletchley would like to speak to this man in connection with a sexual assault.
A victim was walking her dog in Queensway at about 10.30pm on Monday July 23 when she was approached by a man who showed an interest in her pet.
He followed her to a bench near the junction of Lennox Road and touched the woman inappropriately.
PC Steve Jones, of Thames Valley Police, said the man captured in this CCTV could have important information about the assault.
During our interview with Michael Crawford in Cambridge, where he was supporting The Sick Children's Trust, Michael mentioned to presenter Jonathan Wills that he had been in an old Anglia production many years ago.
Our researchers got to work and have now uncovered the programme. It was 'The Policeman and the Cook' which aired on ITV at Christmas in 1970 as part of ITV's 'Sunday Night Theatre' series.
Other stars in the programme included Tim Curry of Rocky Horror fame and Reginald Marsh, who appeared in Terry and June, Bread, Minder and Z Cars
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