82 statues were auctioned off raising £369,500 for children's charity BreakRead the full story ›
England's Rugby World Cup hopes hang in the balance on Saturday night when they take on Australia in a momentous clash at Twickenham.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of paratroopers have been jumping from the sky near Thetford as part of a major training exercise between French and British forcesRead the full story ›
A free exhibition has opened in Norwich marking 100 years since Edith Cavell was executed for helping soldiers during the First World War.Read the full story ›
A Norfolk speedway rider who suffered serious injuries has met the paramedics who saved his life.
The Magpas team put Lewis Kerr from Snettisham into an induced coma on the track at Peterborough Speedway.
He went to their base at RAF Wyton, as they announced that Magpas will now be on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Click below to watch Claire McGlasson's report.
The East of England Ambulance Service is supporting a £1 million scheme to get more defibrillators in public spaces.
The Department of health and British Heart Foundation have launched the scheme.
Just this summer a defibrillator helped to save the life of a man who collapsed at a Golf Club in Ipswich which had one on the premises.
The Norfolk speedway rider, who suffered serious injuries in a crash, has met with Magpas team who fought to save his life.Read the full story ›
More than eighty dragons which formed part of a sculpture trail in Norwich will be auctioned off for charity today.
Throughout the summer the individually painted dragons, created by a variety of different artists, have been dotted around the city.
The money raised by selling them will be donated to the children's charity Break.
It may have been a dry and sunny end to September but it was a chilly month - the coldest in the Anglia region for more than two decades.Read the full story ›
We all know that encouraging and praising children motivates them to work that little bit harder.
Now a new literacy initiative, being used at a school in Norfolk, is hoping to go one stage further.
It allows pupils to publish their stories online, so they can get positive feedback and share tips from around the world. Even famous authors have commented on children's work.
Click below to watch the full report from Sarah Beecroft.