How small cameras are capturing images of drivers driving badly.
Should London's boundaries expand into Essex as the capital continues to grow?
The case that is challenging companies who charge huge fees for overstaying in car parks.
How the people of Colchester saved an important Roman discovery.
What is being done to help those who cannot afford to rent in Cambridge?
Assessing the impact of the 13-year conflict in Afghanistan on the East of England.
Nick Wallis investigates the mortgage deal that left some home owners unable to move.
David Whiteley reveals how familes can get help for loved ones suffering from dementia.
A former Islamic extremist shows how he's promoting peace in Suffolk.
Why are so many posts in the region's children's social work departments vacant?
English Heritage's salvage mission to retrieve artefacts from the wreck of the London.
A report on the millions of people in Britain living without a pension.
Will the success of the Tour de France result in more cycle paths in the region?
James Whale attempts to give up sugar for the summer.
A report on the impact of the changes to immigration rules in the region.
David Whiteley joins a new kind of doctor on board MAGPAS air ambulance in Cambridgeshire.
An investigation of flood insurance, and inherited properties for the over-55s.
Investigating the illegal export of horses. And could airships transform air travel?
The case for and against wind farms, plus the one-handed pianist tipped to be a star.
Why are Spanish homes owned by those from the region lying in ruins?
David Whiteley explores ways to cut household energy bills.
Who owns the almost six million acres of land in the region?
Why aren't businesses using the technology available to help people with hearing loss?
Investigating the real cost of the bedroom charge. How Luton overcame its social problems.
The impact on road users and business and local communities of tolling the A14.
How well have food producers and retailers responded to the horse meat scandal?
Why are manufacturers of faulty goods failing to recall potentially dangerous products?
David Whiteley examines the case for culling otters in rivers across the east.
The Essex homeowners whose homes have caught fire a multiple number of times.
Investigating solutions to the crisis in Accident and Emergency care.