The first section of Norwich's £178 million Northern Distributor Road will be opened tomorrow morning.Read the full story ›
The world's largest aircraft is in final preparations for its second phase of test flights.
The Airlander 10 has been built in a huge hangar in Bedfordshire - but it's starting to outgrow its home at Cardington Airfield.
Next year, it will move to a new site - Sarah Byrd's been finding out where it might be going.
There's been criticism of plans to increase parking charges in Cambridge City centre to tackle congestion at peak hours.Read the full story ›
Plans to increase parking charges in Cambridge City centre as a way to tackle congestion at peak hours have been criticised.
The council wants to raise charges between 8 and 10am, to deter drivers from entering the city. It's also planning to end charges at Park and Ride sites.
It comes as more and more people are renting out their driveway to people visiting the city, as drivers try to avoid costly charges.
A new survey has found that only half of the fixed speed cameras on our roads are actually switched on.
Northamptonshire has been highlighted as one of four police forces across the country where none of their cameras are in use.
The force says it switched its 39 cameras off in 2011 but have left them in place to deter speeders.
The only county in our region to still have all of their fixed speed cameras active is Suffolk.
In Norfolk, 17 of the county's 24 cameras are switched off, while in Essex, which only provided rough figures, 33% of cameras are in use.
It is the time of the year when train delays and cancellations are blamed on leaves on the line.
It may seem a poor excuse but rail companies say it can be as dangerous as black ice on the roads.
Some are already running limited services as this year's leaf fall has come early. But Greater Anglia say half a million pounds of investment means they're stopping the problem in its tracks
- Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
There are long delays on the M25 in Essex as the Dartford Crossing QE2 Bridge is closed because of a serious crash.
Highways England traffic officers are working alongside Kent Police to clear the incident which happened just after 4am this morning.
Traffic is being diverted by using a contraflow through the Dartford tunnels.
Although two lanes are open in each direction and a contraflow in operation through the tunnels delays in the area are severe and drivers are being urged by Highways England to check conditions before they set out and plan their journeys to avoid the area if possible.
The crossing is expected to remain closed until Friday afternoon.
Their handlers were given their licences on Monday, October 23, and will start operational duties next week at Stansted.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
A railway bridge in Cambridgeshire has been named as Britain's most bashed bridge.
Over the last 8 years the bridge at Stuntney Road in Ely has been struck 113 times.
Network Rail says each time a bridge is struck it causes two hours of delays to train services.
British Transport Police want to speak to this man after two families were racially abused on a train in Hertfordshire.
A passenger got on at Stevenage and sat next to the groups.
One young girl was reduced to tears as he racially abused them.
The man got off the King's Cross to Leeds service at Grantham.
Police believe this man may be able to help their investigation.