Concerns that some school pools will have to close if they aren't able to raise funds to repair themRead the full story ›
There are concerns that too many school swimming pools are closing in Norfolk.
Many schools are having to find the money for maintenance and repairs themselves since local authorities stopped subsidising them.
Two pools have already closed recently and more are likely to follow.
The advertising watchdog has banned "misleading claims" from the University of East Anglia in Norwich.Read the full story ›
A special 'wall of remembrance' has been unveiled at a Cambridgeshire school after a year of fundraising organised by a student.
Edward Ouzman from Witchford Village College near Ely began his campaign this time last year and even helped to build the wall in his spare time.
The memorial in the school grounds has now been officially unveiled as part of school's Remembrance Day service.
Watch a report byITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey.
Data beamed back from Nasa's Voyager 1 spacecraft has been turned into a piece of music by scientists at Anglia Ruskin University.Read the full story ›
A school in Cambridge is pioneering the used of a mixed toilet area for both boys and girls to cut bullying, fighting and smoking.Read the full story ›
If you ever doubted the value of a University education, doubt no more - it could be worth thousands - but there is a slight caveat.Read the full story ›
A teacher's been telling an inquest that he told a boy to stop playing on a bannister, just hours before the boy fell from it and died.Read the full story ›
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New research has found the cost of childcare in the East of England has risen nearly three times faster than wages in the last decade.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) says the amount parents are paying has gone up 35% since 2008.
They are now calling for subsidised, affordable childcare to start when maternity leave finishes.
But the government says it is already investing a record amount in childcare - which will reach £6 billion a year by 2020.
The amount of money being spent on youth services in the Anglia region has been slashed by around £20m since 2010.Read the full story ›