Cloud will thicken this evening but most places will remain dry. However some rain will creep in early Monday morning. Lows of 8 deg C.Read the full story ›
A few brighter spells are likely this afternoon. Feeling warm in any sunshine with light westerly winds. Maximum temperature 12 deg C.Read the full story ›
A video report by Hannah Pettifer:
Are we unhealthily obsessed with our phones and tablets? A new survey suggested that we are and many parents are worried about the way smart phones have changed the way we live and interact.
A video report by Malcolm Robertson:
There are fears for the future of social care in our region because of big cuts cuts in council funding.
On Monday, there'll be protests outside Norfolk County Council where councillors are expected to approve significant reductions in their budgets.
Essex and Suffolk have also had to wrestle with difficult decisions because of reduced financial support from the Government.
We've been talking to ITV News Anglia's new weather presenter Aisling Creevey about her career and what she hopes to achieve here.Read the full story ›
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A car has been found almost completely submerged in a river in Norwich in Norfolk.
@NorwichPoliceUK tweeted a photograph of the Audi A3 along in the water and said: "Spot the car. If you know anything about this blue Audi A3 found in the river near Hellesdon Road this am, please call 101 quoting CAD 25 #pc713".
Today marks 75 years since British forces suffered a huge defeat to the Japanese in Singapore during the Second World War.
Around 80,000 British and Allied soldiers were taken prisoner in what has become known as the 'Fall of Singapore.'
Regiments from East Anglia were involved in the surrender.
Many captured soldiers were forced to endure horrendous conditions in Japanese prisoner of war camps.
"A lot of them would bottle it up and never spoke about it. It affected different people in different ways.
"But certainly it had a massive, massive effect on East Anglia - disproportionate to any of the other fighting in the war."
House prices in the East are rising faster than anywhere else in the country, according to the Land Registry.
The average house price in the region is now more than £280,000 that's up more than 11 per cent last year.
A £2,000 reward is being offered for information on two suspected burglars thought to be responsible for more than 20 high value steals across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The money, is being put forward by Crimestoppers in the hunt for 25-year-old Matthew Bryan and 26 year old Lee Heane.
Police believe they're hiding in hotels and BnBs having allegedly committed more than 70 crimes spanning 7 counties.
"Burglary is a crime that causes immense distress to victims, which is why it is always taken so seriously. Not only is it the shock of having intruders in your own home, but it is the theft of sentimental items that can be particularly traumatic.
We ask anyone who might know the whereabouts of Bryan or Heane to contact us anonymously by phone on 0800 555 111 or online at Crimestoppers-uk.org. No-one will ever know that you spoke to us and you will never have to give a statement to police or go to court."
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn has appointed a new Chief Executive.
Jon Green will officially join the Trust in May, where he'll take over from Dorothy Hosein who resigned last October.
Mr Green currently works at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.
I am excited by the opportunity to help QEH at such an important stage in its recovery and to lead the organisation as it strives to deliver high quality healthcare.
I am really looking forward to bringing some of my experiences from elsewhere and working with all staff to develop an organisation that we and our community can be proud of.