A collection of historic films captured on camera in the East can now be viewed by anyone.
Everything from newsreels, to family videos and public information films are being made available online as part of a major new project from the British Film Institute. It's called Britain on Film and spans a whole century.
It means you will be able to look up footage from anywhere in the country - whether it's where you live, grew up or perhaps where you have been on holiday.
They can all be viewed via the BFI Player.
Vets are battling to save the life of a swan that was shot in the head in Cambridgeshire.
The bird was shot with a metal pellet at a site in March which has been described by the RSPCA as an "infamous air gun hotspot".
The swan is now being cared for by staff at the East Winch rescue centre near King's Lynn.
The RSCPA is appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from Pentney in Norfolk.
56-year-old, Alan Naylor, of Church Close was working in the Pentney area at around 8.30am yesterday morning when he complained of feeling unwell and left to return home. However, Mr Naylor did not return home and has not been seen or heard from since.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Mr Naylor and are appealing for anyone who may have seen him or may know of his whereabouts to contact police.
Mr Naylor is described as white, around 5ft 11 tall, with short brown hair and a goatee beard. He was last seen wearing a long sleeve white shirt, a blue fleece top and clack trousers. It’s also believed he may have been riding a bicycle.
Racing at Great Yarmouth has been delayed until 30 August following the work to the course's surface.
The developers for the course, which has been closed since September 2014, released a statement in June that they were hopeful of reopening on 23 July.
But in conjunction with parties including the British Horseracing Authority, they have decided to leave the renovated track for another month.
That means there will be six 2015 fixtures at Great Yarmouth.
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The outfit that Prince George wore for his sister's christening at Sandringham in Norfolk over the weekend has proved to be a big hit.
Orders for the smocked set of red shorts and embroidered shirt have already sold out in some sizes.
It was designed by former Cambridge student Rachel Riley.
George's outfit was similar to the one that his father Prince William wore when he first met his brother Harry in 1984.
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Norfolk brand Colman's is launching a new milder range of Mustard. It'll keep the well-known Colman's label but turn down the heat.
It's hoped a milder sauce will attract younger consumers.
Flowers from the Royal christening are helping to bring a little joy to some very ill children.
Princess Charlotte was christened at a church on the Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk yesterday in a ceremony attended by members of the royal family.
Thousands of well-wishers were there to watch - and thanks to their generosity, the flowers and tokens have helped bring a little cheer to families at East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
Click below for Victoria Lampard's report