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Two Peter Sellers films, thought to have been lost, are to be shown in public for the first time in more than 50 years.
The actor made the short films 'Dearth of a Salesman' and 'Insomnia is Good For You' in 1957.
They'll be shown as part of the Southend Film Festival in May after the rare tapes were found in a skip.
Suffolk Police have confirmed they are investigating the death of former film star Jean Kent after she was found collapsed at her home near Stowmarket.
Miss Kent, who was 92, was in films alongside Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier and James Mason during the forties and fifties.
She was found in her home at Westhorpe by a housekeeper last month and died in hospital two days later.
Police say they are treating her death as 'unexplained.'
Forensic teams have searched her home.
Rail staff on part of the Greater Anglia network are being balloted on strike action after the RMT union accused the operator of "ripping up" procedures.
Members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union on Greater Anglia's West Anglia route will vote in the next few weeks on whether to launch a campaign of industrial action.
The union claims that changes being planned by the company will lead to the axing of station cleaners' jobs.
Ofsted has today published its first ever report reviewing education standards in the East, and the region's primary schools in particular have come in for criticism.
The Annual report says that children in the East have a lower chance of attending a good or better school than other areas of the country.
In fact, primary schools in this region are said to be performing worse than any other region in England, with over half of the local authority areas in the East below the national average for good or better primary schools.
Secondary schools are also thought to be struggling, although improvements are beginning to be noticed thanks to a rise in the percentage of good or outstanding schools in the region compared to this time last year.
Finally, the report states that leadership and management of schools are the worst in the country.
Compared to the national level of 82%, only 76% of Eastern schools are said to be led well.
Sean Harford, Ofsted Regional Director for the East of England, said that he was concerned with the findings:
“While secondary schools in this region are closing the education gap with national performance, this cannot be said for primary schools. The picture for primary aged children is dire.
“Despite the relative affluence of the region, primary school pupils in the East of England have one of the lowest chances of attending a good school in the country.
"It cannot be right that nearly 250,000 children are going to a school that is not good enough. Improvements must be made and made quickly if children are to have a better starting chance.
“Leadership and management are also the worst overall in the country. As Regional Director for the East of England I am determined to focus minds through our inspection and improvement work.
"Ofsted inspectors will monitor, challenge and support those institutions that are underperforming and we will not walk away until education standards improve in the region.”
Peterborough United have moved to within touching distance of securing a new-year Wembley date after beating Newport County in the Southern Section Area Semi-Final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Goals from Kgosi Ntlhe, Grant McCann and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing handed Posh a comfortable 3-0 victory over their League Two opponents.
They'll now face Swindon Town over two legs in the Area Final in February for a place at Wembley, where the winner will take on the champion from the Northern Section.
However, Stevenage's Wembley dreams are over after they were beaten on penalties by the aforementioned Swindon.
A man from Brentwood in Essex has been charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death in London last month.
Christopher Foster, 34, was fatally stabbed in Borough High Street, London, as he smoked with a friend in an alleyway outside St Christopher's Inn on Friday November 29.
33-year-old Aytach Lisani of Sir Francis Way, Brentwood, and Billy Dove, 29, of Setchell Way, Bermondsey, are due to appear before Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court this morning.
A new recycling centre opens today, but it's not for your everyday waste.
The facility at Norwich International Airport will be used to dismantle and recycle aircraft.
It's being launched by KLM UK Engineering and is the only facility of its kind in East Anglia.
Norwich City's youngsters will begin the defence of their FA Youth Cup title tonight when they visit Preston North End.
The Canaries were crowned champions back in May, beating Chelsea over two legs to lift the trophy for the first time in 30 years.
However, City will have to do without a number of stars from last year's run to the final, with several players now too old to be eligible for this year's competition.
Education standards in the East of England will be put in the spotlight today, when Ofsted publishes its annual report.
It will say that primary schools in the region are performing worse than in other parts of the country.