Our brilliant new Ipswich Town sticker album is on sale now, and from Monday November 16 readers can get a free pack of stickers with a daily voucher in the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star.

Work got under way today on installing a spectacular, traditional Christmas tree on the Cornhill in Ipswich.

The rising problem of food poverty and families going hungry in our region will be the subject of a two-day conference this week – with hopes it could help provide local solutions.

A star-studded online auction, which has attracted more than 200 unique lots from across the world, ends on Sunday night – and looks set to raise a huge amount for two Suffolk causes.

A home-video shows Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran working on abstract paintings – one of which he has donated to a star-studded auction supporting two Suffolk causes.

Young drumming sensation Nandi Bushell has joined the stars donating items to the dazzling Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction, supporting two Suffolk causes.

Ed Sheeran’s promoter in the USA and the director of some of his most successful videos have donated unique items to a star-studded auction supporting two Suffolk causes.

Four community heroes in Suffolk have received British Empire Medals to recognise their outstanding contributions to society.

The auction lots for the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction include donations from stars across the world – and include everything from Ed’s childhood Lego, to tickets for the GRAMMY Awards. Here are some of the unique offerings.

Ed Sheeran’s handwritten lyrics to his global hit Perfect will be among more than 200 exclusive and unique lots auctioned to raise funds for two Suffolk good causes.

Journalism Matters. That’s the title of an annual campaign that kicks off again this week; a chance for the news media industry to shout about the good work we do for our regions and for our society as a whole.

Deliveries of your East Anglian Daily Times will be delayed today due to an Extinction Rebellion protest in Hertfordshire, where the title is printed.

After such an extraordinary year, in which coronavirus has changed our lives in so many ways, we want to know how you’re feeling about key issues – like health, employment, holidays and leisure.

In tough times like these, trusted local journalism helps keep you informed and helps keep our community together.

These are the services that have taken place at Suffolk’s crematoriums – Ipswich, Seven Hills and West Suffolk – between Monday June 30 and Friday July 3.

Demand on Suffolk charities has soared during the Covid-19 pandemic – but now they themselves face huge pressures. This week, we are hosting a debate looking at the challenges.

To mark Suffolk Day this weekend, we’ve asked people to tell us what they love about the county.

Suffolk Day celebrations will continue this weekend, before drawing to a close tomorrow with a poignant virtual ‘Suffolk Remembers’ event.

To mark Suffolk Day, we asked some prominent people in the county to tell us what they love about it, and what makes it so special.

Superstar Ed Sheeran has kick-started a new appeal to help Suffolk communities recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Suffolk Day 2020 celebrations get under way today – the start of a weekend to show how proud we are to live in such a great county.

Suffolk Day 2020 will go-ahead next week to celebrate all that is great about our fantastic county – but the plans have changed so it can be enjoyed safely during the Covid-19 restrictions.

Influential and respected Suffolk family doctor Edward Cockayne, a GP in Woolpit for many years, has died peacefully at home aged 80.

The owner of Paul Henri Salon in Ipswich has explained the steps she is taking so it can safely reopen – and revealed the date she hopes it will happen.

Education leaders and the Suffolk representative of the biggest teachers’ union are set to join parents for a virtual video debate about the reopening of schools.

Dear reader, – Have you heard the phrase ‘news desert’? It’s been coined in America to describe what is left behind when a newspaper closes down and the community it served is suddenly left without a source of credible and comprehensive news and information.

What does the future hold for football and Ipswich Town as the sport struggles to find a way through the Covid-19 crisis? That’s the topic which will kick off a new series of online events this lunchtime, which you can take part in.

The statue of Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie, has been finished and is now being bronzed.

Since 1885, the Ipswich Star has been there with you. Today, we are asking for your support.

Many local charities could be facing financial collapse in the next 12 months unless they get extra funding.

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