Two Peter Sellers films, thought to have been lost, are to be shown in public for the first time in more than 50 years.
An aircraft dismantling and recycling facility has opened at Norwich Airport. The project is thought to be the first ever to open.
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A man from Brentwood in Essex has been charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death in London last month.
Christopher Foster, 34, was fatally stabbed in Borough High Street, London, as he smoked with a friend in an alleyway outside St Christopher's Inn on Friday November 29.
33-year-old Aytach Lisani of Sir Francis Way, Brentwood, and Billy Dove, 29, of Setchell Way, Bermondsey, are due to appear before Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court this morning.
A new recycling centre opens today, but it's not for your everyday waste.
The facility at Norwich International Airport will be used to dismantle and recycle aircraft.
It's being launched by KLM UK Engineering and is the only facility of its kind in East Anglia.
Education standards in the East of England will be put in the spotlight today, when Ofsted publishes its annual report.
It will say that primary schools in the region are performing worse than in other parts of the country.
Cuts to bus services are now reaching "critical levels", according to a report by the Campaign for Better Transport charity.
The report says that Southend is one of three councils across the UK to stop supporting bus services altogether, whilst Cambridgeshire County Council is among those making year-on-year cuts of more than 10%.
An inquest heard how Victoria Harrison, who was 17, died in Kettering General Hospital following routine surgery that went wrong.
Recording a narrative verdict the coroner said there had been a catalogue of fatal errors.
The family of Victoria say it's been a harrowing couple of days - hearing evidence into the inquest of her death.
Click below to see a full report from ITV Anglia's Dani Crawshaw:
Passengers at Stansted Airport endured hours of disruption today, after a freak accident involving a private jet took out a landing system there.
The radio beam transmitter was hit early this morning, and because flights were not able to land in the foggy conditions without the computerised system, they had to be diverted to airports around the UK.
That meant hundreds of people faced a longer and more stressful journey than expected.
Click below to see an interview with Travel writer Simon Calder: