An exhibition of 50 portraits of women who have undergone breast cancer treatment and surgery is on display at the Houses of Parliament.
Its organised by the Norfolk charity Abreast who want to raise awareness of reconstructive surgery available to breast cancer patients. Our correspondent Emma Hutchinson reports
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More than 40 unexploded bombs have been detonated or removed from the Norfolk coast during work by an offshore wind company.
Dong Energy said the ordnance was discovered during preparation work to build the new Race Bank windfarm.
Race Bank, when operational, will have a capacity of up to 580 megawatts, providing enough energy to power over 400,000 UK homes.
Here is a video by Dong Energy of one of the explosions:
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You may have noticed that ITV News Anglia has a new look.
The nightly news programme for the East of England has a brand-new set to bring ITV News Anglia into line with the rest of the ITV network news.
If you want to see how it was all done, then click below to watch a short clip showing the studio being constructed.
Health and Safety officials are investigating the death of a motocross rider at a track in Norfolk at the weekend.
He was 51-year-old Mark Davis. It's understood it was his first time on a bike for more than 20 years. He was killed at Besthorpe near Attleborough.
It is the second tragedy to hit the sport locally within a matter of weeks,
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson.
The man who was killed in a motocross accident in Norfolk has been named locally as 51 year old Mark Davis.
The track manager Mark Brown told ITV News this weekend marked the first time Mr Davis had been back on a bike in a number of years.
Mr Davis was riding a Honda 250cc motocross bike at the Moto X track in Besthorpe, near Attleborough, on Saturday afternoon.
He suffered head, neck and chest injuries in an accident and died at the scene.
Two Burmese migrants accused of murdering two British backpackers in Thailand claim they were told they would "disappear" if they did not confess to the killings.
23-year old Hannah Witheridge from Hembsy near Great Yarmouth, and David Miller, 24, from Jersey, were found dead on the island of Koh Tao in September last year.
Both defendants who are aged 22 initially confessed to the killings but later retracted their statements, telling the court they had been tortured. But police there deny the claims of torture.
A British advisor to the defence team, Andy Hall has given evidence about the alleged torture in the trial. Mr Hall said. "They were told that if they did not confess they would simply disappear - they would be set on fire or their limbs would be cut off and sunk at sea so nobody would ever find them."
Prosecutors say the DNA evidence links the two men to the killings but the trial heard that a garden hoe alleged to have been used in the killings carried the DNA of two men - but there was no trace of either defendant.
The court is due to hear closing statements from the defence and prosecution on October 26 before delivering its verdict on Christmas Eve.