Parents face uncertainty as another teachers' strike looms. The National Union of Teachers is set to take action over pay and conditions in the first national strike since 2008.
But with teachers not having to give advance warning over whether they'll take part, some parents may not find out if their school is affected until tomorrow morning.
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The National Union of Teachers is staging a one-day national strike on Wednesday 26 March which is likely to mean some school closures.Read the full story ›
Contingency plans are being put in place across the Anglia region as firefighters prepare to take part in a four hour nationwide strike.
It's in a row over pension plans.
Emergency calls will still be answered but there may be no response between 12pm and 4pm to calls about things like gas leaks and flooding.
Workers at dozens of Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) offices are staging a 24-hour strike in a dispute over closures and job losses at a number of sites across the country, potentially including several in East Anglia.
Among the offices facing closure are Chelmsford, Ipswich, Northampton, Norwich and Peterborough.
The DVLA said it could not guarantee a business-as-usual service because of the strike and asked people to avoid travelling to any DVLA office on Friday.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) at 39 local and 10 enforcement offices will take part in the industrial action. The union is campaigning against planned office closures across the country, arguing it signals the end of a "highly prized" face-to-face service to motorists.
A strike planned for September 5th by members of the Fire Brigades Union in Essex has been postponed. Union negotiators say significant progress has been made during talks with managers. The strike was originally planned as part of a dispute involving changes in working practices.
Staff at call centres across the region which deal with benefit queries are to take strike action on Monday.
Jobcentre workers at call centres in Lowestoft, Norwich and Southend-on-Sea are to take industrial action over call duration targets and staff shortages.
Fire crews in Essex have started a 24-hour strike in protest over cuts to services. It's the third day of action in three weeks.Read the full story ›
Up to 300 Essex firefighters will walk out on strike tomorrow following a long running dispute over planned cuts to the service.Read the full story ›
Talks to reach a settlement between fire chiefs and unions in Essex have failed.
The conciliation service Acas met with both sides yesterday over threats of strike action over changes to working practices. At the moment the first walk out will take place on Thursday.
Our region's coastguards and driving test examiners have announced strike action from the end of the week in protest at spending cuts.Read the full story ›