April 25 2015 Latest news:
Prime Minister David Cameron pleaded with East Anglian voters to help return him to Downing Street during an emotional speech at Frinton on Sea in the Clacton seat that was lost to UKIP last year.
People can today see the first clips of a new film based around the murders of five women in Ipswich in 2006.
Investigators are attempting to piece together a crash at Old Buckenham Airfield, which killed an aerobatics pilot.
A champion aerobatics pilot who died during a practice display at Old Buckenham Airfield yesterday has been described as ‘the best bloke’.
A champion aerobatic pilot believed to be from Suffolk has died after crashing during an aerobatics display at Old Buckenham Airfield on Wednesday afternoon.
Sore feet from wearing shoes, lethargy on a diet, and a dead squirrel are just a few of the reasons people called the East of England Ambulance Service this year.
Colchester United may be staring down the barrel of relegation this season but fans have finally got something to shout about as it has been named Family Club of the Year at the Football League Awards.
An Essex woman who was raped in a car park has described how an attack by a serial sexual predator has made it “impossible to enjoy moments of happiness” with memories of the incident darkening “every piece of joy” she has.
Clinical staff – and the whole Ipswich community – should be very proud of the town’s hospital after it received a glowing report from Care Quality Commission inspectors.
An inspirational Facebook video of a brave Kesgrave six-year-old boy taking a morning dose of nine pills to treat cystic fibrosis has gone viral worldwide – hitting half a million views in four days.