A flagship Free School in Suffolk, which was Britain's first profit-making state school, has been put in special measures by Ofsted.
One man has died and two more are missing feared dead in a fishing trip tragedy off the Suffolk coast at Lowestoft.
A lost settlement which housed the Anglo-Saxon royalty who created the famous Sutton Hoo burial mounds has been unearthed in Suffolk.
Coastguard rescue teams from Lowestoft and Southwold have started a shoreline search along the Suffolk coast after two people are thought to be missing at sea.
One man died after a speedboat capsized off Ness Point in Lowestoft on Monday and it's feared two other may have also gone into the water.
Three lifeboats and a helicopter spent more than ten hours in a search operation at sea on Monday afternoon and evening. The overturned boat was recovered by coastguard rescue officers and fire crews.
There are no plans to resume a sea search on Tuesday.
The family of a Suffolk man convicted of murdering his former girlfriend taking his case to the Supreme Court in the hope of proving his innocence.
Kevin Nunn was jailed for life for killing Dawn Walker in 2005. His sister claims there was a miscarriage of justice and wants access to police forensic evidence she believes wasn't properly examined.
Click below to watch a report on the case by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
Investigations will continue tomorrow to find out if anyone else was onboard a boat which capsized off the coast at Lowestoft.
One man’s body has been recovered from the water.
He has not yet been named. The capsized boat has this evening been recovered at Kessingland south of Lowestoft
One man has died after a boat capsized off the Suffolk coast at Lowestoft. He was pulled from the sea off Ness Point.
Lifeboats and a helicopter have been called out in case there are others in the water.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout at the scene
Suffolk Police have confirmed that a man has died following an incident off the coast at Lowestoft.
Around 2pm a police officer in Whapload Road was flagged down by a member of the public who reported they could see a person in the sea off Wilde Street, near the sea wall at Ness Point.
The coastguard were alerted, the lifeboat attended and around 2.25pm a man was located in the water. Attempts were made to revive him but he was pronounced deceased just after 3pm. He has been taken to the James Paget Hospital.
Police are working to trace his next of kin and are also making enquiries to determine if he was on a boat that capsized and, if so, whether there was anyone else on board the vessel. A boat is being recovered from the sea by the coastguard and lifeboat.
The police helicopter and an RAF search & rescue helicopter have been used to carry out searches of the water to assist the coastguard and see if anyone else could be spotted but there have been no further sightings.
One man has been pulled from the sea and there's a search for others after reports of an overturned boat off Ness Point in Lowestoft.
Lifeboats from the town along with craft from neighbouring Gorleston and Southwold stations have been called to the scene.
Britain's first for profit school has been placed in special measures by Ofsted.
I has been judged inadequate. The Suffolk school was inspected in January.
A report which is due to be published on Thursday by OFSTED will say the IES Breckland in Brandon school is inadequate. The Suffolk Free School has been open for 15 months and replaced Breckland Middle School.
The Coastguard is coordinating a major search off Lowestoft after reports of an overturned boat.
Humber Coastguard received a 999 call from a member of the public just before 2pm reporting a person in the water and an overturned boat at Ness Point.
RNLI lifeboats from Lowestoft, Southwold and Gorleston, along with Lowestoft Coastguard Rescue Team and Suffolk Police are on scene. An RAF rescue helicopter is also attending. A commercial windfarm vessel which was in the area is assisting.
A man found in a reed bed at Orwell Country Park in Nacton has been identified as Gavin Francis, who went missing on New Year's Eve
The body was recovered from the river near Ipswich by the coastguard and police and taken to Ipswich hospital and has now been formally identified as Mr Francis, 44.
He was last seen at 5.45pm on Tuesday 31 December when he left his home in Purdis Farm to go for a bike ride. Police found his bike near the Orwell Bridge on Thursday 2 January.
There are not thought to be any suspicious circumstances to his death.