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Army cadets from acros Suffolk paid their respects to the D-Day landings of 75 years ago with a visit to the Normandy beaches.
Youngsters from Ipswich journeyed back in time to enjoy a day of history in art and stories.
Sarah Boulton, the chair of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, has announced she is to stand down.
Health Secretary and West Suffolk Matt Hancock has promised to offer the country a "fresh start" as he launches his campaign to become the next Prime Minister.
A yellow weather warning for heavy rain remains in place across East Anglia this morning.
A selection of works by the best East Anglian artists will be on display at the Sudbury Summer Art Fair
Bury St Edmunds' Nowton Park was in the pink as hundreds of runners took part in Race for Life.
Thousands of hungry visitors enjoyed a Taste of Sudbury with the return of the annual food festival.
Steeple Bumpstead surgery in Haverhill has been put into special measures after being branded 'inadequate' by inspectors.
The south side of the Copdock roundabout remains closed today following a lorry crash on Friday - but will partially re-open on Monday morning with a temporary crash barrier.
It all went quackers in Stowmarket as the 1st Combs scout group held their annual fundraising duck race.
Police say 16-year-old Catelyn Steward has been found safe and well after going missing in Ipswich.
Colonel Andrew Jackson, deputy commander of 16 Air Assault Brigade at Colchester, parachuted into Normandy clutching the medals earned by a relative who fought on D-Day 75 years ago
Colonel Troy Pananon has taken charge of the 100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.
An armada of more than 30 wartime planes will take to the skies over Suffolk and Essex as part of the 75th anniversary celebrations.
A new play inspired by the life and legacy of legendary former Ipswich Town boss Sir Bobby Robson is to be staged at the borough's Regent Theatre in July.
A cartoonist who grew up on an Ipswich council estate before making his mark on the sport of kings has joined forces with a horseracing legend to launch his latest venture.
All the fun of the seaside was to be found inland at Bury St Edmunds as the town held its Whitsun fayre.
Motorists and residents are being warned of overnight closures of the A14 near Stowmarket for up to a month.
Sarah Pennock is celebrating joining an elite club just five years after running her first marathon.
The 2019 Dragon Fest at West Stow Anglo Saxon village near Bury St Edmunds will be boasting more dragons than ever when it takes place on June 29 and 30.
Ambulance bosses say they have changed procedures following the death of a man who hanged himself as police waited unsure whether to act because they had been given the wrong name.
Top children's author Andy Stanton is to open a new library in his namesake Suffolk village, all thanks to a Tweet.
Civilians and military came together to take on a gruelling airborne forces fitness challenge in Colchester.
Sudbury has a new first citizen with the appointment of Robert Spivey as mayor - his second time in the role.
RAF Honington will be on parade in Thetford next month after being awarded the Freedom of the Town.
Leading Suffolk artist Peter Burman is to hold a solo exhibition in aid of the charity that helped his wife as she was treated for cancer.
Oxfam is to move back into its original shop in Sudbury four years after it was devastated in a fire - and locals can get a sneak preview before it re-opens through a volunteer recruitment day.
Speed limits on rural A roads in should be reduced from 60mph because motorists don't feel safe driving that fast, safety campaigners have claimed.
Problem-plagued renovation work on a memorial boating lake in Sudbury has finally been completed.