In the latest in our series looking at the region's piers we're finding out more about the restored Southwold Pier.Read the full story ›
Southwold Pier started off as a landing stage bringing tourists from London. Find out more fascinating facts.Read the full story ›
Many will be heading to the Norfolk & Suffolk Broads this summer which means a busy time for the police officers who patrol the waterways.Read the full story ›
Norfolk Police's Broads Beat is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The team patrols the county's waterways all year round, and is now the UK's longest running police and public sponsorship scheme.
They're coastal landmarks which have survived storms, wars and changing times. ITV News Anglia takes a stroll along the Clacton pier.Read the full story ›
Clacton pier in Essex opened in 1871 but has got longer since then. Find out more fascinating facts.Read the full story ›
It's not a sight you see every day - a 35-tonne narrowboat suspended 20 feet up in the air.
Twenty narrowboats are being craned into Crick Marina, near Daventry in Northamptonshire, as part of preparations for the 16th Crick Boat Show & Waterways Festival being held over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The Crick Boat Show & Waterways Festival showcases the inland waterways industry with more than 250 exhibitors from across the canal world.
It is expected to attract 25,000 people over the three show days.
"Crick Boat Show is the number one boat show at the heart of the waterway network. Whether people are boating enthusiasts, looking to buy boating products and services, or just looking for a great family day out by the water, there’s lots to see and do at Crick Boat Show, set in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, alongside the Grand Union Canal.”
The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads were created when man-made medieval peat diggings became flooded.Read the full story ›
In a landmark decision, the area of waterways and broads in Norfolk and Suffolk will now be known as the Broads National Park,Read the full story ›
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.