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William 'Doughy' Palmer helped organise response to 'The Great Lockout of 1874', when landowners shut out men fighting for more pay

Cherry cake and pound cake still popular in 2019 − and we like doughnuts, blackcurrant sundaes and Viennese fingers

Firm pioneered mass-production of clothes, but came under fire for using cheap labour - mostly women

Dudley had run The Crown and other Adnams hotels, and helped start Southwold Literature Festival

Rosie and husband Michael launched Open Christmas, to help people alone on December 25. It's still going strong

Known as 'Granny Seaside', she had an amazing life: An ill-fated married life in Africa, a battle with the BBC, and two holes-in-one… in the same round of golf

Eddie Young found love in Suffolk with a Land Girl. Then in 1944, with the Royal Army Medical Corps, he landed on Juno Beach. This is his story

Arthur and Cyril Scoffield saw some awful things on the beaches of Normandy in 1944

Ex-nanny, who didn't see herself as 'a permanent Mary Poppins', became a teacher at two Suffolk schools

Joyce lived at Henley for nearly 50 years. She worked at Ipswich Hospital and loved the WI, New Wolsey Theatre and Eastern Angles

Ever wondered the reason behind all the fancy plasterwork at Ancient House in Ipswich? STEVEN RUSSELL takes a look at the intriguing history of the 15th-century building.

Man who led The Abbey school, Woodbridge, for 18 years was 'driven by values of kindness, compassion, patience and integrity'

You may be familiar with the Foulger Transport fleet. Linda, wife of Richard, tells us more about the man behind the vans

When he couldn't get the accessories he needed this businessman made is own and started an empire in Suffolk.

With the UN suggesting we're all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing

We give you a date. You pick the song that topped the charts that day. Simples

Tributes to Julie Welham - 'the sister I never had' - who ran Julie's Afro Hair Supplies in Norwich Road

Today's home of chic shops and classical music has humble roots - and quirky tales to tell

Elvis, Ed Sheeran, ABBA... or perhaps Dolly Parton. Do any of these figure among your favourites?

Obituary: Former Suffolk nurse helped create a new sign language for children and adults frustrated by not being able to communicate

As Ipswich Wolsey Theatre puts Giles's Grandma on the stage, we look back at the Aladdin's Cave her creator left behind when he died in 1995

Suffolk Second World War veteran honoured by France and Russia for helping secure their freedom

Stopped dreaming of farming and instead went into medicine, and co-founded charity Crohn's and Colitis UK

Author Ruth Roper Wylde talks about life growing up with a poltergeist and all the spirits she's discovered since!

The Stone Roses, Kate Bush and Stevie Wonder are on the list of writer and ex-teacher Hayley Long... but which 'uncool' record was her first purchase?

Romantic Novel of the Year award winner on her 22nd book, George Clooney and why she'd make 'a very good Miss Marple!'

Obituary: Bungay Grammar School boy Ray Woodhouse became a 'brilliant' teacher and an Ofsted inspector. He believed young people deserved the best education

Born above a Norfolk fish shop, Jim was a Formula Three star, nurtured F1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi and ran a horse stud in Suffolk. He 'will be remembered as a legend'

Obituary: 'True gent' Clem Tompsett, who died at 84, described as 'the greatest carrot grower the UK has ever known'

Juliet Blaxland and husband Giles have lived near Southwold for 12 years... and watched the land between their home and the North Sea get shorter and shorter. Our reporter visited them.

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