Events have been taking place across the region to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. This year is also the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
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Councillors have voted to close nine children's centres in Suffolk despite massive opposition.
The move will save the County Council £250,000. It says the same services will be still be available but in different locations.
Parents in Suffolk protesting against planned cuts to children's services are taking their fight to the council today. Nine centres are earmarked for closure. Those who use them say it's a vital service they can't lose.
They're demonstrating outside Suffolk County Council's offices in Ipswich this morning ahead of a meeting to make a final decision on the centres' future. Suffolk County Council says the closures will save £250,000.
There are reports that the A134 is blocked in both directions at Ingham, north of Bury St Edmunds, with queueing traffic at Culford Road.
Parents in Suffolk protesting against planned cuts to children's services will take their fight to the council today.
Nine centres are earmarked for closure - but those who use them say it's a vital service they can't lose.
"For us it's been a respite. It's been something that's helped us from the beginning.
It's devastating that other mums aren't going to get the help that I have, or they aren't going to be able to access the things they need."
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A fault with the signalling system at London Liverpool Street which led to long delays for commuters this morning has been fixed.
There were delays and cancellations on Abellio Greater Anglia trains between Norwich and London -especially through Essex.
All lines have now reopened after Network Rail engineers fixed the problem.
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The Government has announced almost £2 million of funding for the region's coastal communities which it says will create jobs and help develop tourism.
Suffolk Coastal District Council will get £490,000 to implement a series of projects including improve parts of the coastal path and developing food tourism. This will create more than 6 jobs and 140 indirect jobs.
In Norfolk £497,000 goes to the North Norfolk Railway which it’s hoped will benefit 90 local businesses and create 34 jobs. Great Yarmouth Borough Council will receive £650,000 to provide business advice and training where it’s thought up to 260 jobs will be created.
Meanwhile Maldon District Council in Essex gets £292,000 to develop a coastal trail around the Dengie Peninsula as well as improving links to the RSPB’s Wallasey Island by improving the pontoon for the Burnham Ferry, creating 38 jobs.
Commuters on the Norwich-London line faced disruption this morning.
A fault with the signalling system at London Liverpool Street led to long delays and cancellations on Abellio Greater Anglia trains- especially through Essex.
Services are still not back to normal. There is no estimate as to when normal services are being resumed.