Cold with increasing amounts of cloud overnight and an early frost. Low temperatures of -5 deg C (23 deg F).Read the full story ›
Generally cold, cloudy and mainly dry tonight with the odd spot of rain. Low temperatures of -3 deg C (27 deg F)Read the full story ›
Cloudy across western parts with some outbreaks of rain, turning sleety at times.Read the full story ›
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A chance to see the technical planning that goes into ITV News Anglia's ambitious outside broadcasts as part of the 'Menkind' series.
It was the first time we had broadcast live from a bike or walking with the presenter as Jonathan Wills made his way from the studio to location.
The reports lasted a few minutes but took weeks of testing a variety of options to get the best viewing experience possible.
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Police have confirmed that the motorcyclist killed in a hit and run accident was a 63-year-old man from Dunmow.
He died after a dark coloured small vehicle was in collision with his Suzuki GSF at around 5am. The victim was wearing a distinctive helmet with green and white flashing lights at the time.
Senior investigating officer Inspector Rob Brettell, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said:
"We are reviewing dash cam footage and have spoken to a number of key witnesses, and are continuing our enquiries to find the other vehicle involved in this collision. “It may well have damage to the driver’s side, possibly a dent or scratches to the paintwork. I urge anyone who has seen a vehicle matching this description or has any information that could help us identify the driver to contact with us."
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Essex Police have re-opened lanes one and two of the northbound M11 between J6 and J8 following this morning’s fatal collision.
The southbound carriageway remains closed while officers investigate.
The force said: "We only get one opportunity to identify evidence at the scene of a collision and preserve it so we need to be thorough but we are working to get the road open as soon as possible."
Drivers have been asked to avoid the area.