According to provisional weather data from the Met Office, East Anglia enjoyed the joint warmest March on record in 2017.Read the full story ›
The Oxford-Cambridge boat races will go ahead after an unexploded WWII bomb found near the starting line was safely removed, police saidRead the full story ›
The Anglia region could be enjoying its warmest March since 1957 with temperatures 2°C above normal.Read the full story ›
Banks tweeted Carswell had lied when he said on Peston on Sunday that he was not going to rejoin the Tories.Read the full story ›
The Anglia region has enjoyed its fourth mild winter in a row and it has been the driest since 2005/06.Read the full story ›
Cambridge City Council have made a last minute amendment to their 2017-18 budget to provide enough money to plant new trees replacing those blown down or damaged by Storm Doris.
They have committed £16,000 more than was originally planned bringing the total up to £25,000.
The budget which also included commitments to build new council homes was agreed at a meeting last night.
Norwich-based insurance company Aviva has seen a 70% increase in calls and claims for damage since Storm Doris hit.Read the full story ›
Electricity has been restored to 222,000 of the 231,000 properties affected by power cuts caused by Storm Doris in the East of England.Read the full story ›