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The Christmas lights are up, and on, all over Ipswich. The Bury Christmas Fayre starts today. So the festive season has well and truly started.
Christmas is almost upon us and what better way to bring the festive season to life than the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star carol service?
Ipswich-based Trianon Music Group has just completed its 2017 series of concerts – but it is already preparing for next year.
Rail services between London Liverpool Street and Norwich are disrupted after a person was killed on the track today.
A Suffolk Spitfire veteran has celebrated reaching his 101st birthday.
Colchester Business Enterprise Agency (Colbea) has signed a five-year deal with telecoms and internet provider Zen Systems - one of its former clients.
A 13-strong delegation from China has visited Suffolk law firm Kerseys as part of a cultural exchange.
Wildlife film-maker Saba Douglas-Hamilton talks about how motherhood reinvigorated her conservation passion and the challenges the planet’s facing ahead of talks in the region.
Zimbabweans living in Ipswich have gathered on the town’s Waterfront to show solidarity with their homeland where citizens took to the streets to tell President Robert Mugabe to quit peacefully.
A Rushmere campaigner who gathered nearly 1,500 signatures in a successful petition to bring a real Christmas tree back to Ipswich town centre has said she is thrilled with the new tree.
Train services passing through Needham Market were disrupted tonight after a vehicle hit a rail bridge.
Rail commuters in Suffolk are warned that services this morning could depart earlier than scheduled due to “seasonal weather and the risk of leaf fall on the line”.
A new extension for Whitehouse Primary School has been Highly Commended by the Ipswich Society in its annual awards’ ceremony.
Cambridge-based logistics group James Dolan has made its second acquisition in Suffolk in 18 months with the purchase of Dooley Rumble.
Ipswich’s Christmas lights are being switched on today on the Cornhill.
We’ve ranked the home kits of all 24 Championship home teams. So who comes out on top?
Suffolk’s crime commissioner has declared no immediate plan to move police headquarters, despite the site being earmarked for housing.
A farm conservation organisation is set to celebrate Suffolk’s most outstanding examples of farms which have combined environmental measures with successful crop growing at an annual celebration evening.
More than a century of conflicts were remembered as Suffolk joined the rest of the country – and much of the world – to remember those who have died in the service of their country.
The town’s much-anticipated real Christmas tree has arrived in Ipswich.
The most famous steam engine in the world delighted thousands of fans when it visited East Anglia on Saturday – but the Flying Scotsman almost didn’t make the trip again!
Hundreds got to see the world famous Flying Scotsman locomotive this morning as it steamed through the Suffolk countryside.
Schoolchildren and students from Suffolk New College marked the 99th year since the 1918 armistice at separate ceremonies in Ipswich.
Achilles boss Luke Hillyard is expecting quite a reaction from his side after they crashed to a heavy 1-5 defeat at Bramford United in the SIL Senior Division last Saturday.
A broken down train on the main rail line through East Anglia has led to services being cancelled, delayed or revised, with Ipswich, Colchester and Clacton on Sea among those affected.
A spate of crashes involving older motorists in Essex has prompted warnings over the dangers of driving while suffering from illness or deteriorating health.
Nino Severino: Wonderful to meet so many committed Suffolk sports stars and coaches – and memories of the BBC SPOTY awards, Elena and I attended.
A new dental health project aiming to cut tooth decay in children of primary school age has been launched in Ipswich.
Trains to and from Ipswich and Colchester have been disrupted this morning following overrunning enginneering work near Marks Tey.
More than 150 teachers in Ipswich gathered at a conference to find out more details about the government’s multi-million pound project to improve social mobility across the town.