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East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival, Zombie Fest 3, is returning for its third year.
An artist who returned to Suffolk to document changes to its accent has been impressed by the passion shown by local people in preserving their regional identity through its dialect.
Guests at the home of an Ipswich man posted messages on Facebook asking for help after he locked them in his flat following an argument, a court has heard.
It’s his birthday and he’s wondering if I’ll still feed him and if I’ll still need him, now he’s hit the Beatles limit.
Tributes are continuing to flood in for Suffolk rugby player and “gentle giant” Josh Gilbert who suddenly collapsed and died on the pitch this weekend.
Ipswich Town fans should, to use modern football parlance, be ‘buzzing’.
Ipswich Town back to winnings ways by beating Bolton 2-0 at Portman Road and you’ve been sharing your photos of the day using the #myitfcpic and #itfc hashtags
Sports reporter CHRIS BRAMMER is leaving the EADT and Ipswich Star after six years. In this feature, Chris recalls some of his fondest moments and talks about some of the people that made his job so special
As you count down the days until the weekend why not use our what’s on guide to plan how you spend it. From food festivals to circus acts, there is something for everyone.
Pairs of tiny superheroes, builders, animals and princesses made for a party twice as nice as a family club celebrated its seventh birthday.
Emergency services were called after a three-vehicle crash in Ipswich this morning.
A Suffolk family with relatives living in Barbuda have raised more than £18,000 to help with the relief efforts after Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean island.
Legends of the airwaves gathered to commemorate swashbuckling pirate radio station Radio Caroline’s revolutionary transmissions from a cargo ship anchored off Felixstowe.
Ipswich Town late fightback wasn’t enough to prevent the Blues from falling to a 2-1 defeat at QPR, but you’ve been sharing your photos of the day using the #myitfcpic and #itfc hashtags
Improvements should be made to a north Essex road after a teenager died in a “tragic accident” when her car crashed into railings, a coroner has said.
Police are investigating after a brick was thrown through a salon window in Ipswich and the till was searched.
With the first week back at school coming to an end, get your weekend planned early and have a look at our things to do with the family around Suffolk and north Essex.
TV presenter and self-confessed plant geek Michael Perry shares how the seeds of his successful career were sown in East Anglian.
A celebratory dinner is being held to mark 50 years since the founding of Sealand, a country off the Suffolk coastline – with hints of a Hollywood movie on the nation in the offing.
A group of sea swimmers, believed to be among the youngest to ever attempt to cross the English Channel, have set off an their 21-mile journey.
Do you run out of things to do at the weekend? Check out our guide for inspiration, here is what’s happening September 2 and 3.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis experiences proper service with a smile at The Shepherd and Dog, Forward Green
East Anglian crisp brand, Fairfields Farm, launches innovative new microwaveable snack.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis speaks to Frank & Earnest, who are leading the way in the cold brew coffee market.
An Ipswich-based specialist cake maker is proving an internet sensation with a range of animated cakes.
A man who sent an obscene message on Facebook to a young woman he had only known for a short time is due to be sentenced later this month.
Blues outclassed as 100% league record abruptly ends against Fulham, but you’ve been sharing your photos of the day using the #myitfcpic and #itfc hashtags
One of Ipswich’s historic pubs has opened under fresh ownership as the new managers aim to restore it to its former glory.
A Colchester family is appealing for help in raising £22,000 for urgent treatment which could save their young son’s eyesight.
Dancer Gary Avis has travelled the world with the Royal Ballet Company, but his favourite adventures come from exploring his home region.