January 30 2015 Latest news:
Snow showers are sweeping across the region and are expected to reach all parts of Suffolk coming into the evening.
It is a stage that has welcomed the likes of AC/DC, Beyoncé and Elton John.
An exhibition celebrating Suffolk’s Bangladeshi community, honouring their heritage and contribution to the region, has been launched.
The skies above Framlingham were full of the hope this morning, light, fluffy clouds set against a brilliant blue backdrop.
A Procession of Light led by a concentration camp survivor was held at the University of Essex to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, while a service was held on Clacton seafront.
A popular feature of the Ipswich town centre for decades was the produce market in the Corn Exchange, writes David Kindred.
Chefs, mechanics and drivers based at Colchester Garrison have been put through their paces on an exercise to polish their soldiering skills.
Once in danger of crumbling, the tower of an historic Suffolk church has been saved for future generations.
Achieving perfection is the Holy Grail in sport. There is simply no better way of etching your name into folklore.
Ian Brown got off to the perfect start as manager of Hadleigh United on Saturday as the Brettsiders defeated Suffolk rivals Whitton United 3-2 in a five-goal thriller.
What better way to get ready for the day ahead than an aerobics workout with West End and Broadway star Ruthie Henshall?
Last year they carried out 84 missions, helping those in need around the region’s waterways. Reporter Edmund Crosthwaite joined Felixstowe Coastguard Rescue Team as they staged a dramatic training exercise.
An initiative is being launched to teach young people across Suffolk more about farming, and the career opportunities it provides.
A dance class in Kesgrave has taken a step back in time with a 1950s themed rock ‘n’ roll dance evening.
This was a missed opportunity for Stowmarket as they dominated possession but failed to put together any real sequences of controlled attacks to break down a stubborn and well-organised Beccles defence.
Schoolchildren learned about the sanctity of marriage when taking part in a mock wedding at a church in Ipswich this morning.
Budding cake bakers from Kesgrave High School have taken inspiration from Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood to take part in the school’s first Great Kesgrave Bake Off.
‘After you’. ‘No, I insist, after you’ – this is turning into a rather polite Championship promotion race.
EADT sports writer Mike Bacon takes a look at some happy and not so happy moments in time for the Ipswich Witches
The Ipswich Society has delved into its photograph archive to give a fascinating insight into life in Ipswich over the last 150 years, and is now encouraging the public to take a look at its recently compiled digital archive for the first time.