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The Anzac Day parade from the Cornhill in Ipswich on Sunday led by the Ipswich Piping Society

Gallery/Video: Anzac Day marked in Ipswich town centre

Thousands of Australian and New Zealand forces who died during the First World War’s disastrous Gallipoli campaign have been commemorated on the centenary of the offensive in Ipswich today.

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India's National Disaster Response Force personnel look for survivors in a building, in Kathmandu, Nepa. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

Colchester firefighters and rescue dog Darcy join international operation following earthquake in Kathmandu

A team of six Essex firefighters and rescue dog Darcy have been deployed to Nepal to assist with the earthquake recovery operation.

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Shawn Leek setting out on the first of seven marathons. Today he hopes to complete the challenge

Essex marathon runner completes London course marking end of seven day marathon challenge

Shawn Leek is feeling the pain today having run more than 180 miles in the past week - ending with the London Marathon this afternoon.

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The Orwell District Scouts St George's Day open air service by the Leisure Centre in Felixstowe on Sunday

Gallery: Suffolk Scouts honour their patron saint as nation celebrates St George’s Day

Scouts and Guides proudly raised their flags and paraded through Suffolk towns today to mark St George’s Day.

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Angel Hall, missing 14-year-old girl from Leiston

Missing Angel Hall, 14, from Leiston found in Ipswich

A teenager from east Suffolk who was reported missing yesterday morning has been found safe and well.

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The scene of the crash in Norwich Road, Barham.

Motorcyclist pronounced dead at scene of collision involving van in Barham

A young man has died after a three-vehicle crash in Suffolk today, police have said.

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Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health, visited Ipswich Hospital with Ben Gummed to congratulate staff on their recent 'Good' rating from the CQC .

Are politicians’ visits anything other than brief photo opps?

As I approach the home straight of my sixth general election campaign, I really should be getting used to being treated like dirt by top politicians and their staff.

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Review: Find a good guide to lead you through the walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia

Years ago it became one of the most popular tourist destinations. But the shelling of Dubrovnik in 1991 that so horrified the world, for a while, changed all of that, writes Andrea Powell.

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