It's officially the busiest summer getaway ever with our airports handling their share of a record number of lights during the day.Read the full story ›
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Plans to build a £70m ring road around the top of Northampton have been unveiled.
People can still have their say on the proposals for the next couple of weeks, and if all goes well, the road could be up and running in six years time.
Danish airline, Primera Air is to open a new base at London Stansted and start direct flights to New York and Boston Logan next year.Read the full story ›
Damaging strikes, which have crippled rail networks across northern and southern England, could now hit Greater Anglia services.Read the full story ›
Motorists are being warned to expect delays this weekend as almost nine million vehicles embark on the start of the summer getaway.Read the full story ›
Greater Anglia rail guards are to be balloted on possible strike action.
The RMT rail union says it is over the potential introduction of driver-only operated doors on trains.
The dispute mirrors a similar one on the Southern Rail network over the last year.
The union say the train service have failed to guarantee the future role of guards on the service.
RMT will not sit back and wait for the company any longer and we have no option but to begin preparations for a ballot in order to protect safety and access on Greater Anglia services.
The union remains available for further talks around the crucial issue of the guard guarantee.
A holiday company is under fire from holidaymakers angry that their breaks in the sun have been cancelled.
A mother and son from Stevenage in Hertfordshire are among dozens who booked a holiday in Tenerife with Jet2 Holidays only to be emailed to say it had been cancelled. The reason given was that the breaks they booked were sold too cheaply.
Jet 2 said in a statement that it incorrectly placed breaks at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tenerife on its website, when they were not actually available.
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Thunderstorms have caused flash flooding, lightning strikes, power cuts and travel disruption in parts of the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
There are major delays and cancellations on the region's rail services this morning following yesterday's lightning strikes.
There are no trains running between Norwich and Ely after overhead wires were damaged. Engineers are also working on issues with lines running into London Liverpool Street.
Lightning strikes have led to massive disruption for hundreds of rail passengers in the East.Read the full story ›