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The Felixstowe Fairtrade Forum has come up with an unusual way of promoting events for the upcoming Fairtrade Fortnight.
Four former serviceman are planning an epic 4,000-plus mile motorcycle ride round the coast of Britain in a bid to raise money for a charity which is close to their hearts.
Four guys under a street light in New Jersey many Blue Moons ago created a sound so unique that some sixty years later people still crave it.
A thrillseeking fundraiser has gone from a nervous tandem jumper to qualified solo skydiver - having taken her first flying leap for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) in July.
Toxins which caused the death of two dogs in Norfolk and Suffolk have now been confirmed come from starfish rather than other types of shellfish.
Sea Road, Felixstowe was built during the Victorian period and more buildings were added during the Edwardian era, as the town expanded along towards Landguard Point.
The German discount store already has one supermarket on Langer Road in the south of the town. The new store will be on Walton Avenue opposite Dock Gate One.
Suffolk Constabulary is warning of delays as an abnormal load passes through the east of the county on Sunday morning.
The Felixstowe bike company are to close down after over half a century of trading in the town.
People in Felixstowe will next month have a chance to say what leisure provision they would like to see at the resort following the announcement of a multi-million pound project to revamp facilities.
A Second World War hand grenade has been destroyed in a controlled explosion after being handed in at Felixstowe Police Station by a member of the public.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was rushed to hospital with serious injuries following a collision in Felixstowe at the weekend.
A motorcylist was injured after a crash near Felixstowe Pier on Saturday afternoon.
When the Dr Who series began on the BBC in 1963, police phone boxes were a common sight.
Helium refrigerated gas was found to be leaking from a container vessel
A Suffolk seaside town will this month remember 41 of its residents who died when a tidal surge swept through its streets, causing devastation.