A national roadshow which started in Cambridge says more needs to be done to treat Hepatitis C in the region. Almost 10 thousand people across the East of England have the disease but more than half are undiagnosed.
It is called the silent killer because there are no symptoms and by the time many discover they have it, it is too late. But the virus is curable if it is caught early.
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More than 200 British paratroopers from Colchester-based 16 Air Assault Brigade jumped onto fields used 70 years ago by troops.
Mainly dry on Sunday in the Anglia region with some good sunny spells. One or two light showers are possible near coasts.
The Broads Authority wants to rebrand the area as a National Park