Luton based Monarch Airlines has negotiated a twelve day extension to its operating licence with the Civil Aviation Authority within hours of its deadline.
The company which employs nearly 3,000 people at its base at Luton Airport had until midnight (30th September/1st October) to reach an agreement to extend its ATOL licence if it was to continue selling package holidays.
The airline thanked the CAA and says it's also secured new funding and is close to announcing the largest investment in its 48 year history.
Monarch now has until October 12th to secure its funding, then it's likely it will have its licence renewed for the usual twelve months.
I am delighted that we have been able to come to an agreement with the CAA on the extension of Monarch's ATOL licence and am excited about the additional capital coming into the group which will help us fund our future growth. I am immensely proud of the professionalism of the Monarch team.
Monarch continues to fly and says it looks forward to welcoming customers onboard.
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Scientists at the European Space Agency deliberately sent the spacecraft into comet 67P marking the end of its 12 year mission.
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Norfolk County Council has been criticised for the way it treated foster carers and some of the children they were looking after.
An independent review was set up in 2015 to investigate a series of complaints made by foster carers in the county.
Some carers have now been given written apologies and the council says lessons have been learned.
What this has helped us to identify is some particular weaknesses around the way we dealt with children in foster care, the foster carers themselves to learn some lessons and put them right.
Emergency crews will get 'stuck in the mud' today as part of a rescuing exercise.
HM Coastguard, the RNLI and the East of England Ambulance service will be running a multi-agency mud training exercise in Suffolk.
The exercise at Suffolk Yacht Harbour will involve simulated recovery of casualties from mud to the RNLI lifeboats by Felixstowe HM Coastguard mud rescue technicians.
A 31-year-old man from Northamptonshire has been jailed for the sexual abuse of a girl under the age of 13.
Gavin McCarthy, from Cransley near Kettering, was sentenced to eight years for six counts of making indecent images of children.
He'll remain on the Sex Offender Register for life.
I hope the substantial sentence McCarthy received today helps serve as a deterrent to offenders and those considering sexual offending against vulnerable children.
We are committed to safeguarding children by detecting abuse and prosecuting offenders.
A 52-year-old man who robbed a bank in Cambridge, by handing over a crumpled note saying 'This is a bank robbery', has been jailed for six years.
Brian Murphy demanded more than £6,000 from a cashier at the Natwest bank in Market Street, unaware the staff member slipped a pack of red-dye into the bundles of cash.
Murphy was later traced spending the cash in a casino in Great Yarmouth and found guilty of robbery following a two-day trial at Cambridge Crown Court.
“The red-dye pack was key to identifying Murphy and the cashier showed true bravery while being threatened by him.
Murphy was desperate to obtain money by whatever means and refused to account for his actions throughout the investigation and trial.
A Suffolk man who has autism will find out later if he'll be extradited from Britain to stand trial over charges of cyber-hacking.
Lauri Love, who's 31 and from Stradishall near Haverhill, is alleged to have stolen huge amounts of data from US agencies including the federal Reserve, Nasa and the FBI.
Mr Love has said he holds little hope of justice if he is extradited, and suggested a jail term in the US could cause his health to deteriorate and would lead to a mental breakdown or suicide.
He and his family want him to face justice in the UK rather than the US.
A judge will hand down the ruling at Westminster Magistrates' Court this afternoon.
"I don't think that any humane person would send someone to the US prison system, especially someone who is not from America and has never been there."
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
Dozens of jobs have been saved despite fire causing serious damage to a meat processing business in Suffolk.
50 firefighters were involved in tackling the blaze in the early hours of this morning.
Although the farm shop in the village of Bramfield was destroyed, the nearby meat factory survived and it's hoped the business will resume tomorrow.