Authors from our region have won their categories at the prestigious Costa Book Awards for 2014.
The Cambridge writer Helen MacDonald won the biography section with her memoir, 'H is for Hawk'. The book is an account of how she turned to falconry to cope with her father's death.
Another writer from Cambridge, Ali Smith, won the category for novels with her book, 'How to be Both'. Emma Healey, who lives in Norwich, won the first novel category with 'Elizabeth is Missing'.
Two men from Bedford have been arrested on suspicion of carrying out terrorism related offences.
Police raided two properties in the town yesterday morning.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu.
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It's emerged a "handful" of Libyan soldiers who were being trained at the Bassingbourn army base in Cambridgeshire have claimed asylum to remain in the UK.
More than 300 troops were sent home after five cadets were charged in connection with a string of sex attacks in Cambridge last month. The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has now confirmed that some of the soldiers have refused to return to Libya, despite the Prime Minister insisting that none should be granted asylum.
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Servicemen and women from RAF Marham have returned home following their final operation in Afghanistan.
The force has been there since July 2009 and in that time has played an important role in coalition combat missions.
The final ground troops pulled out of Camp Bastion in Helmand province last month.
As the Tornado jets flew into West Norfolk, family of the 170 ground and air crew were there to meet them.
Tanya Mercer reports
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Servicemen and women from RAF Marham who have been supporting NATO operations in Afghanistan have arrived home.
The Tornado jets landed at their West Norfolk base where the crew's family were waiting to meet them.
In total, 170 servicemen and women, including ground crew, are returning.
For more on the squadron's return home, watch Sunday evening's ITV News Anglia at 6.30pm.