A campaign is underway to prevent a young Afghan refugee who's made a new life here being deported back to his own country.
Ofsted is to appoint an independent figure to look into claims that three Norfolk schools were given advance notice of inspections.
Ofsted says the inquiry is being put in place in the light of new evidence in relation to the inspections of the three schools run by the Inspiration Trust led by Dame Rachel de Souza.
An earlier investigation which was published a month ago, found no evidence to substantiate the allegations that the three schools in question had been given the dates of their Ofsted inspections.
A man from Felixstowe who has Cystic Fibrosis claims he and his partner are being denied the chance to have a baby because of a postcode lottery.
Matthew Shapland and his partner Berenice have been denied the right to IVF because Berenice has another child and they've been told they don't qualify for exceptional clinical funding.
But because Matthew can't work they say they can't afford to pay for IVF treatment privately.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer.
The Government is asking teenagers for help to improve public transport for people with impaired hearing and sight.
The Transport Secretary was in Milton Keynes to launch the "All Aboard" campaign.
It's a national contest, asking 14 to 18 year olds for ideas to make sure everyone can travel around.
Click below to watch our report from Olivia Patterson
A five vehicle crash on the A12 near the Suffolk/Essex border held up rush hour traffic this morning.
The collision happened between Dedham and East Bergholt. Two drivers had minor injuries and were taken to Colchester general hospital after paramedics treated them at the scene.