With a "model tenancy agreement" on the horizon there may be light relief for renters seeking accommodation with pets...but how easy will it really be to find these properties?

Author Liz Trenow's latest book is inspired by fairy-tale Bawdsey Manor, where boffins developed life-saving radar

Outrage has surrounded the stepping back of Harry and Meghan from their Royal titles.... but it's not the first (and won't be the last) controversy for the family

Story is about a father and son in a normal house in a normal street. One is a psychopath…

Jan Etherington's series shows people in late middle-age aren't ready to be pensioned off yet!

Her achievements in science, literature and the arts 'defied the established view of women, who were expected to suppress their own interests'

Brave Suffolk soldier spent 18 hours dodging artillery fire, machine-gun bullets and snipers during critical mission

An open letter to BBC director-general Tony Hall... with a rail ticket from Liverpool Street tucked in the envelope

The National Trust is 125 years old. Here are some of its jewels in the crown

With the children's TV show dusted off after 35 years, we look back at the halcyon days of Double or Drop and pencils as prizes

Looking up during a walk through Needham Market, Steve Russell saw a plane on a 'rocket trajectory' - but was it really flying vertically or was it just a matter of perspective?

Ex-Ipswich High School for Girls pupil beat a former Wimbledon champion to claim place in the last four

ITV drama about horrific Essex murders starts tonight (9pm). It draws partly on Carol Ann Lee's book

Frustrated commuter Kate says 'It just became completely untenable to take the train'

A TV drama about the murder of an Essex family starts on Wednesday, drawing partly on a book claiming to be 'the definitive investigation' of the crime

We can't buy tickets online, by email or over the phone, but this annual seaside weekend for book-lovers is thriving

Cobbolds powered Ipswich Town Football Club, created jobs at their brewery, gave us Christchurch Mansion and kick-started the rise of Felixstowe

'Neil was always a gentleman. He knew how to talk to musicians,' says ex-Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band colleague from Suffolk

Country estates for £5,000… a new Buick car for £700… county-town phone numbers with only three digits… Welcome to the 1920s

What happened to 'Trash Girl'? Which country was declared the happiest? And much more

Author asked people to tell her about their alleged supernatural experiences... and they did

More tributes to surreal comedian, musician and writer who lived in Suffolk for more than 35 years

Memories of happy time with David, who died this week after long illness

On December 19, 1982 the people of Felixstowe were going about their Christmas preparations when an accident occured which would affect the town for months and years to come.

What was your favourite? Woollies? C&A? Fanny boutique?

When Jacqui Cobbold got a new job, she hoped the train would take the strain. But commuting has proved stressful

Writer Julian Tennyson found Stowmarket 'rather dull', and Aldeburgh 'a far more pleasant place fifteen years ago'.

Who is The Lady in White, what happened to the wife threatened by highwaymen, and was a church haunted?

Back in the day (before Netflix, Alexa and YouTube) it was THE social highlight of the summer

He defied a Puritan crackdown and kept the spirit of Christmas alive

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