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Remembering the holocaust - one man's story

As the world marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz one survivor from Suffolk has told his family's story.

More than a million people died at Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland - the largest and most notorious Nazi concentration camp.

Frank Bright from Suffolk lived through the ordeal. But his parents and most of his classmates did not. He is 86 now and more determined than ever to keep their memories alive.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray

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Carers feel "isolated and depressed" says survey

New research shows that eight out of ten carers are suffering with loneliness and isolation, with half having reported feelings of depression.

The charity Carers UK says inadequate care services and financial pressures leave huge numbers of people caring for loved ones.

Tanya Mercer's been to meet a couple from Felixstowe who experience these problems everyday. Watch her report...

Investigation into handling of intelligence on paedophile doctor

Myles Bradbury Credit: PA

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is to investigate how staff at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre handled intelligence about Cambridge doctor Myles Bradbury from Canadian police.

The former Addenbrooke's doctor was jailed for 22 years last month for abusing young patients. He was previously named in evidence detailing people in the UK who purchased videos containing images of naked and partially-naked children.

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Norfolk and Suffolk Broads re-branded as the Broads National Park

The Norfolk & Suffolk Broads will become the Broads National Park. Credit: Paul Sutcliffe

The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads will be known as the Broads National Park following a landmark decision by the Broads Authority.

The authority voted by an overwhelming majority to brand the area as a National Park after 79% of people it consulted approved the proposal.

Chief Executive of the Broads Authority John Packman said he was “absolutely delighted” that the area would benefit from being clearly identified as a National Park.

Lucky escape as lorry ploughs into house

The house in Brandon Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man has narrowly escaped serious injury after a lorry smashed into his Suffolk home.

The house in Brandon Credit: ITV News Anglia

The lorry ploughed through the fence of the house in London Road, Brandon before smashing through the wall of the kitchen.

The man was sitting in his lounge when it happened yesterday afternoon. Structural engineers will assess the damage today.

View footage of the scene...

Fears over GP recruitment

Dr Paul Driscoll, Haven Health Credit: ITV Anglia

There are growing concerns over a worrying drop in the number of doctors going into general practice in the East. Not enough new GPs are being recruited and many already doing the job want to leave because of the mounting pressure.

In the first of two special reports, Tanya Mercer's been looking into what's causing the crisis...

In the second of her reports, Tanya Mercer's been finding out why it is more young doctors are choosing not to become GPs and what's being done in the East to try to improve the situation...

Rail travellers face weekend misery

There's more misery on the way for travellers using the busiest rail route in our region.

For the next two months there'll be major disruption to weekend services between Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester and London.

It's because of four different sets of work in Essex which will see overhead power lines, tracks and points replaced.

To make matters worse train operator Abelio Greater Anglia say they can't guarantee the work won't over run into Monday mornings...

Watch Serena Sandhu's report...

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