July 24 2014 Latest news:
Environmental artist and campaigner Fran Crowe’s impish sense of humour permeates her latest project, but there is a deadly serious message in her use of the raw material for her work – the rising tide of damaging and indestructible plastic that rampant consumerism dumps in seas the world over.
A quickfire second half double from Frank Nouble, as well as fine strike from Jack Marriott, sealed Ipswich Town a 3-0 pre-season win at Colchester United on Wednesday.
A cast of 30 year nine pupils from performed one of Shakespeare’s best known romantic plays in an outdoor theatre production at a Suffolk school.
Youngsters at an Ipswich school learnt more about traditional Zulu culture yesterday when a group of musicians and dancers from South Africa put on a performance yesterday.
An endangered species of red panda has received a tasty gift of bamboo recycled during a garden clearance in Suffolk.
Pupils and teachers marked the 60th birthday of their school in Ipswich by holding a 1950s party.
As the dust settled on another year of live music and entertainment, festival goers made way for the big annual clear-up to begin at Latitude.
Shot down by aircraft from Orfordness, 16 of a Zeppelin’s crew died as it fells blazing into a Suffolk field. Don Black looks at its short life in World War I and tells of flying in a new Zeppelin from the place in Germany where this story began.
Ferocious storms which lit up the skies of Suffolk and Essex over the weekend have been captured by amateur and professional photographers across the region.
She is a super-centenarian, Suffolk’s oldest resident and is thought to be the 16th oldest person in Britain.
Organisers of a naked ride in Clacton say they are hoping to extend the route for next year’s event.
Crowds were thrilled by a spectacular procession with a special guest from Hollywood as the people of Stowmarket packed the streets for their annual carnival.
Watching the clouds and looking for recognisable shapes is something we all did as children, but why not take five minutes out of your busy day to see what is up above?
Two nights of dramatic thunderstorms have lit up Suffolk and Essex.
A very special gym club is celebrating its 40th anniversary and already there are big dreams for the future.
After a wet start the sun is out and the excitement is building for Damon Albarn’s headline set at Latitude.
Seventeen gardens of various types and sizes open in Elmswell tomorrow. Steven Russell enjoyed a sneak preview of one – and heard how it once hosted Christmas celebrations in summer, complete with carols, crackers and even snow
The weekend is here for thousands of Latitude Festival goers.
Suffolk’s number one-ranked tennis player, Myles Orton, celebrated double success yesterday at the Aegon GB Pro-Series in Frinton-on-sea.
As hopes grow for the reopening of Broomhill Pool in Ipswich, campaigner Sally Wainman looks at the revival of the lido over the last two decades.