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Welcome respite for gardeners as rain finally arrives

It's been widely reported that rainfall has been in short supply across the Anglia region this spring, but on Wednesday the heavens finally opened.

Overnight, we had twice as much as we'd previously had in the whole of May which was welcome news for gardeners among others.

The rain isn't expected to last though, with more settled conditions expected to return next week.

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Three teenagers arrested after teen stabbed in Ipswich

The incident happened in Moffat Avenue. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Three teenage boys have been arrested after another teenage boy was stabbed in Ipswich.

Police were sent to Moffat Avenue just before 4pm on Wednesday following reports of a fight in the area.

When they got there, they found a boy with a suspected stab wound. He was treated at the scene before being taken to nearby Ipswich Hospital.

Three teenagers have since been arrested on suspicion of affray and have been taken in for questioning.

Corrie McKeague search extended for another three weeks

Corrie McKeague went missing in September 2016. Credit: Suffolk Police

Police investigating the disappearance of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague say they will continue searching a landfill site in Cambridgeshire for at least another three weeks.

The 23-year-old vanished following a night out in Bury St Edmunds in September.

Officers have spent the last 10 and a half weeks sifting through more than 3,500 tonnes of waste at the site in Milton, but haven't found any trace of the airman.

However, they say they have have discovered rubbish from Bury St Edmunds that dates back to the same time Corrie went missing.

As this type of search is so unusual, it was not known how the waste would have moved and as the work has progressed officers have gained a greater understanding of both how the waste is deposited and spread out, and the nature and construction of the site. Officers continue to take all of this into account as the search continues.

The work is under constant review and now, in week 11, in view of the dates on items still being found and advice from officers on the ground and the site team, it is likely the search will continue for at least three further weeks to ensure that the area holding waste from the relevant period is comprehensively examined.

– Suffolk Police spokesperson

Teenager charged after objects thrown onto A14

The incident happened near Copdock. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A 13-year-old boy who allegedly threw objects onto the A14 in Suffolk has been charged with causing a danger to road users.

Police took numerous reports from members of the public travelling along the east bound carriageway near Copdock on March 11 and the teenager was arrested on the same day.

He's now been charged and has been bailed to appear at Ipswich Youth Court on June 1.

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Norfolk woman says she is a different person after brain injury

Fiona Linge suffered a brain aneurysm two years ago Credit: ITV News Anglia

A woman from Thetford in Norfolk who suffered a brain aneurysm two years ago is speaking out in support of a new study that's looked at how people feel after suffering a brain injury.

Fiona Linge collapsed a coupe of weeks after her 50th Birthday. She spent six months in hospital.

The charity Headway has found that 74% of survivors felt like a new person, often experiencing personality changes.

"I don't think I'm a different person, but things are different. It's like I have to forget the old me before this happened."

– Fiona Linge

Fiona told ITV News Anglia that her favourite colour is no longer green, she doesn't like chocolate anymore, but has developed a new taste for organes.

69%
Say felt their self-esteem was worse
Fiona at home in Thetford Credit: ITV News Anglia

Cyber attack impact still being felt

Hospitals and doctors' surgeries have been counting the cost of Friday's cyber attack which knocked out some of their computer systems.

72 hours later, the impact is still being felt - with routine operations postponed and some GPs unable to carry out non emergency appointments.

Fears of a second attack proved unfounded, but IT experts are warning of further threats in the future.

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Cyber attack hits companies across Asia

China and Japan have both fallen victim to the global "ransomware" cyber attack that has created chaos in 150 countries.

Chinese state media say more than 29,000 institutions across the country have been infected, along with hundreds of thousands of devices.

Xinhua News Agency cited the Threat Intelligence Centre of Qihoo 360, a Chinese internet security services company.

It said universities and educational institutions were among the hardest hit, numbering 4,341, or about 15% of internet protocol addresses attacked.

Also affected were railway stations, mail delivery, petrol stations, hospitals, office buildings, shopping malls and government services.

The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Co-ordination Centre said 2,000 computers at 600 companies in Japan had been affected.

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