The RSPB's latest survey has revealed a record high of 83 male bitterns in East Anglia - 20 years after the species was almost extinct.Read the full story ›
Dozens of sheep and lambs were stolen from a field in from Lindsey, near Hadleigh in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
A popular annual steam gala has been postponed because of safety fears following the recent dry spell.
The North Norfolk Railway, running between Sheringham and Holt, was due to host the event in a couple of weeks' time.
But organisers say the threat of line-side fires caused by sparks from the locomotives igniting the very dry fields surrounding the track remains too high.
"With the dry weather set to return through August and into September, we have had to make the difficult decision to reschedule the gala which usually takes place in September.
"With a number of areas of vulnerable landscape along the Sheringham to Holt route we feel that we have a duty of care and that it is of the utmost importance that we protect the delightful countryside and our neighbours' property that we run through."
The gala, which will include a visit from the National Railway Museum's Oliver Cromwell locomotive, will take place between October 12 and 14 instead.
The longest heatwave for more than 40 years it's proving to be the last straw for some arable farmers.Read the full story ›
The last in our Tails and Trails series sees our reporter Serena Sandhu and her Jack Russell Terrier Mez as they take a walk along the most easterly peninsula in Essex.
Dry weather and blue skies are expected to boost the crowds at the Royal Norfolk Show on Wednesday and Thursday.Read the full story ›
There are concerns that a broken major road and river bridge in Norfolk could have a serious impact on tourism unless it is fixed soon.
The Haven Bridge is an important river crossing used by thousands of drivers every day in Great Yarmouth. But it's also crucial to river traffic - it has to be raised to give large boats access to and from the Broads' river system and the North Sea.
The bridge hasn't been able to open for weeks leaving bigger ships stranded either side.
- Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
The latest of our Tails and Trails takes in the historic Pin Mill in Suffolk and Yarwell Mill and Nene Park in Peterborough.Read the full story ›
The latest in the series of dog walks in the East Anglia countryside takes us on an historic Three Churches trail in West Suffolk.Read the full story ›
Farms across the region have opened their yards and barns to the public to raise awareness about how and where our food is produced.Read the full story ›