The parents of Fiona Anderson reveal she left messages on the walls in an interview with broadcaster Fiona Phillips, on Daybreak.
Suffolk boxer Anthony Ogogo has won his first ever professional fight
The world’s last remaining herring drifter has sailed under her own steam once again from Lowestoft to Great Yarmouth.
The middleweight wrote on his facebook page of his excitement at the fight in Atlantic City in ten days time.
"Flights confirmed, the scene is set. Im making my second foray into pro boxing on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk Halll next Sat May 18th. US Debut on a stacked card with world title fights & boxing of the highest calibre, under the bright lights of Atlantic City. #ImALuckyBoy"
In their first interview since their daughter's death, Fiona's parents have spoken to Fiona Phillips on ITV's Daybreak about their tragedy.
Today ITV Anglia spoke to Fiona Philllips, who campaigns to raise awareness of mental illness.
Olympic bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo has won his first professional fight in style, knocking out his opponent in the second round.
The victory in Sheffield last night was the perfect start to the Lowestoft boxer's professional career.
Suffolk's Anthony Ogogo is about to make his first foray as a professional boxer in Sheffield.
The Olympic medalist from Lowestoft has been telling us how he's been preparing for the bout with Kieron Gray.
A12 Yarmouth Road southbound remains closed due to resurfacing work between Station Road and B1385 Corton Road.
A man from Holland who is travelling the world in a 'boat bike' will set off from Suffolk this morning. Ebrahim Hemmatnia is attempting to travel around the globe in the same vehicle. The carbon fibre vessel is pedal powered and can be used on land and in water.
The adventurer sailed from Holland to Lowestoft Haven Marina this weekend. He will leave at 8am to continue his 800-day tour.
A12 Yarmouth Road Southbound closed due to resurfacing work between Station Road and B1385 Corton Road. It's been closed since Saturday afternoon when a large hole appeared in the road near to Denes High School. Diversion via A1117 Millennium Way and A1133 Normanston Drive / St Peter's Street.
People in Lowestoft in Suffolk will observe a minute's silence this morning, a week on from the deaths of a mother and her three children. The body of Fiona Anderson, who was pregnant, was found at the bottom of a multi-storey car park in the town last Monday.
Her three young children were found dead at the family home. A church leader has called on the community to hold a minute's silence in their memory.