Nine out of ten emergency services staff in the East say they have experienced stress, low mood or poor mental health at work.Read the full story ›
Police have warned they will take action against any drivers caught filming a serious road accident on mobile phones.
A man was air lifted to Addenbrooke's hospital with serious injuries following a crash on the A14 at Bury St Edmunds yesterday afternoon involving three cars and two lorries.
One of the lorry drivers received serious injuries. People filming the incident caused severe delays on the opposite carriageway.
More than 4,000 primary school children across Suffolk will be learning about food and farming today.
It is the annual School Farm & Country Fair at Trinity Park near Ipswich - the aim is to get seven to nine year olds to understand more about where their food comes from and what goes on in the countryside.
Muslims in the East are being warned not to become victims of so-called "Hajj-fraud".
Cambridgeshire Police are backing a national campaign warning Muslims to be vigilant when booking trips to Mecca, ahead of the annual pilgrimage.
Celebrations to mark the special day include a walkabout by Her Majesty, traditional gun salutes and the lighting of a thousand beacons.Read the full story ›
Celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz took the images, including one of the Queen with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.Read the full story ›
A mother from Ipswich whose son suffers lasting affects from untreated scarlet fever is warning other parents to be vigilant.Read the full story ›
A man has been airlifted to Addenbrooke's Hospital with serious injuries following a crash on the A14 eastbound at Bury St Edmunds this afternoon.
Police were called around 3.05pm to reports of a multi-vehicle collision.
Three cars and two lorries were involved in the crash and one of the lorry drivers is the man that has been taken to Addenbrooke's.
The westbound carriageway was initially closed to allow the air ambulance to land. The east bound carriageway is expected to be closed for some time.
Watch a report from ITV Anglia’s Claire McGlasson.
A man from Peterborough has managed to walk every geographic triangulation point in the UK.
They are used to help map the changing landscape and with more than 6,000 to find it has taken Rob Woodall 14 years to bag them all.
It has taken him everywhere to the top of Ben Nevis to Little Ouse in Cambridgeshire.
To help you wish The Queen a happy birthday we have collated a list of beacon lighting ceremonies taking place across our region.Read the full story ›