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Teenager jailed after multiple MK stabbing

A teenager who stabbed a man 12 times at a house party in Milton Keynes has ben jailed for 9 years.

The 17 year old of no fixed address pleaded guilty to attacking an 18 year old man leaving him with wounds to his body, back, arms and legs as well as causing a cut to the head of a 19 year old man.

The incident happened in October last year at a house at Ashby in the Eaglestone area of Milton Keynes.

Thames Valley Police says the case serves as a reminder that anyone carrying a blade or weapon can expect prosecution and a possible custodial sentence.

The concrete cows moving back home

The concrete cows are on the moo-ve! Credit: ITV News Anglia

For decades they've been the butt of jokes about Milton Keynes - and now the famous concrete cows are moving back home for a quieter life.

The original herd was built at the town's museum in 1978 but for the last ten years, those cows have been on show in the middle of a busy shopping centre.

Now though they're on the move... click below to hear Sarah Cooper explain all..

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World famous concrete cows to moo-ve back to place of birth

The original concrete cows that were made at MK musuem in 1978 Credit: ITV News Anglia

The world-famous concrete cows in Milton Keynes are to move back to the place of their birth at MK Museum.

The introduction of a new community arts space at intu MK means a move for the cows which were created by Canadian artist Liz Leyh with local schoolchildren in 1978.

Their return also means a reunion with the Museum's snowman, created by Leyh during her residency.

The replica cows in Bancroft Park Credit: ITV News Anglia

They've been on display at Intu shopping centre for the last ten years, but will move back home to the museum a week on Monday - 25th April.

The cows weigh about a tonne each and will be individually lifted into place.

"We are thrilled to be welcoming the concrete cows back home for our visitors to enjoy. Within the next few years, our new galleries will be telling the whole story of this area, from pre-history to the present time and the cows are an important part of the story. It's fitting that they will be taking their place alongside other great iconic moments, monuments, stories, people and organisations."

– Bill Griffiths, museum director

Removing children's decayed teeth costing millions

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Councils have warned that the cost of removing decayed teeth in children has jumped by 66 per cent in the last five years to £35 million a year.

In Suffolk almost 20% of five-year-olds have tooth decay, with some already having three to four decayed teeth by the time they start school.

The Local Government Association blames too many fizzy drinks and food with high sugar content.

Milton Keynes' world famous concrete cows return to their birth place

Milton Keynes' world famous concrete cows are moving to the Milton Keynes Museum Credit: ITV News Anglia

Milton Keynes' world famous concrete cows are heading for pastures new, nearly 40 years after they were created.

They are being moved to the Milton Keynes Museum, where they were originally designed by a Canadian Artist and local school children in 1978.

"We are thrilled to be welcoming the concrete cows back home for our visitors to enjoy."

– Bill Griffiths, Museum Director, Milton Keynes Museum

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Families face paying more for IVF with less NHS fertility treatment available

Families face more for IVF as the NHS offers fewer fertility treatments. Credit: ITV News

More couples desperate to start a family may have to pay thousands of pounds for IVF because there's less fertility treatment available on the National Health Service.

Campaigners who are warning that fewer health boards are now offering all three recommended cycles of IVF, with some in the Anglia region even thinking about stopping routine funding for it altogether.

NHS watchdog NICE recommends that women under 40 should be offered three full cycles of IVF if they've been trying to conceive naturally for two years.

But their guidance isn't compulsory. According to research by campaign group Fertility Fairness - you'll only be entitled to one round of IVF if you live in Bedfordshire, Corby, Milton Keynes or the Nene CCG areas.

In Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and Herts Valley, you'll get two cycles. And in Luton, and East and North Hertfordshire, couples get all three cycles recommended by NICE.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper

Warmest day of the year sparks dramatic thunderstorms

Heavy showers and thunderstorms have developed over the East of England as England sees its warmest day of the year so far.

Rainfall radar at 16:50 showing heavy showers and thunderstorms moving north across East Anglia this afternoon. Credit: Met Office
Lightning strikes at 16:50 this afternoon. Credit: Met Office
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The temperature at Writtle this afternoon, making it England's warmest place so far this year.

As temperatures rose, large cumulonimbus storm clouds developed, resulting in heavy downpours, thunder, lightning and hail. The showers are now moving north towards Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Norfolk.

Storm clouds over Ipswich this afternoon. Credit: Carl Harlott
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