max temp: 20°C
min temp: 15°C
The Uk’s leading pre-hospital care charity has announced a new general manager.
A Suffolk care home resident has reflected on the secret to her long life amid her centenary celebrations.
Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal has appointed solicitor Martyn Hayward, an asbestos disease specialist.
Violent crime returned to Ipswich this weekend as the victim of another alleged stabbing bled outside a nursery in the middle of the day.
Fifty years ago – on August 11 1968 – the very last British Railways steam service ran, an excursion around the north west of England, but East Anglia featured large in the postscript to this big event.
Goodgym combines the ideas of a running club and a volunteering group allowing people in towns and cities across the country to make a positive impact in their communities.
Extra government funding to support disabled people in work has been welcomed by a Suffolk and Essex social enterprise striving to help those looking for jobs.
A Suffolk-based video and film production company has returned to its roots on a recruitment campaign for the University of Suffolk.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has welcomed three more business leaders to the panel of its flagship business support programme.
The clutch went the day after Nigel Garbett paid £160 for his 1960 Ford Anglia 105E but it went on to give good service until rust got hold.
Pictures of the Orwell Bridge being made, the destruction caused by the storm of 1987, and the Wherstead interchange under construction are included in David Kindred’s Days Gone By gallery.
Train disruption is expected between Colchester and Ipswich this morning following an earlier fire – which damaged signalling equipment.
Six employees at Ipswich-based Concertus Design & Property Consultants have completed a skydive to raise £2,600 for local charities.
Travellers hoping to head to London for weekend days out over the autumn are facing more disruption starting over the August bank holiday.
A Suffolk-based indie band supporting The Libertines live in Ipswich next month is offering music fans the chance to win a private gig in the comfort of their own home.
A campaign to prevent attacks on guide dogs was formally launched in Ipswich on Saturday.
Manfred Mann frontman Paul Jones talks about why he was happy to hang up his Radio 2 Blues Show mic, why he turned down the Rolling Stones and touring again.
An Ipswich-based Caribbean band carrying on their Windrush fathers’ musical legacy are bringing their unique blend of tropical music to one of the town’s busiest shopping spots.
It’s nearly kick-off time and, as is tradition, reporters covering all 24 Championship teams have made their predictions ahead of the new campaign.
Reg was awarded France’s highest military honour in 2016 and was a top marksman as a tank gunner.
A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99 year-old history by giving it’s brand a makeover.
A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99-year history by giving its brand a makeover.
Older people were encouraged to become ‘rock stars’ for a day, as part of an Ipswich-based event designed to tackle loneliness among the elderly.
Death defying stunts, breath-taking tricks, cars from some of your favourite films - Festival of Wheels roars into Ipswich for the first time next weekend.
According to new research, nearly half of students and graduates in East Anglia regret going to university.
This year’s fleet of 50 timeless classic yachts enjoyed a week of technically challenging races in perfect conditions in the Solent at British Classic Week.
A business-to-business energy retailer based in Ipswich is geared for growth after moving into the black for the first time.
When it comes to success in life, many people think it is your IQ which will propel you to glory.
A dedicated panel which holds Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account has expressed “serious concerns” over plans to axe half of the county’s PCSOs.
The East of England Co-op says it’s “grateful” for the national recognition after being shortlisted for two national industry awards for its apprenticeships programme.