Daisy* clearly remembers waiting to see a nurse to make a decision she never thought she would face.


A lobby group that champions Ipswich has spoken of their anger after the National Trust left Suffolk's county town off an illustrative map.


Voting for the Ipswich Town Supporters' Player of the Year has begun. ANDY WARREN looks at the names in the frame to win the award.

Luke Chambers

A Suffolk mother-of-two who launched an organisation to support parents of premature babies after her second son was born at just 24-weeks is searching for more people to help her crusade.


A family spent thousands of pounds fighting a legal battle to get their son's special education needs met after claiming Suffolk officials tried to block them "every step of the way".

Suffolk County Council

Scores of mental health patients in "acute distress" were sent out of Norfolk and Suffolk for care - despite five years of promises that the practice would end.


East Anglian company launches boxes filled with everything you need for the ultimate breakfast at home...or on holiday.


There are just eight games left to go in Ipswich Town's miserable season. STUART WATSON looks at what's left to decide between now and May 5.

Freddie Sears

They're open as part of the National Garden Scheme, which raises thousands of pounds for charities such as Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Care


A Suffolk man has been jailed for 12 years for his part in a terrifying raid during which stun guns and batons were used to restrain their victims.


Two staff members at the Fountain pub in Tuddenham are embarking on a gruelling trek to Norwich to raise money for the Guide Dogs charity.


Ipswich Town are set to spend pre-season in Germany, with general manager of football operations Lee O'Neill confirming the summer trip is in the planning stage.

Paul Hurst

A pair of historic diesel locomotives are to be revved up for a special tour of the region to mark the end of an era - and the launch of a modern railway age.


Punctuality on Suffolk rail services is among the worst on Greater Anglia's network according to new statistics just published.


Paul Lambert is looking forward to a reunion with 'gaffer' Martin O'Neill and former Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane when the Blues host Nottingham Forest this weekend.

Roy Keane

Train drivers are learning how to master new cutting edge trains replacing Greater Anglia's stock by using a new £1.6m simulator at Norwich railway station.


Train drivers employed by Greater Anglia are getting a chance to get to grips with the new units being introduced over the next few months on new simulators brought into the company's depots at Norwich and Stratford.


Years & Years are Ready For You this summer as they head to Newmarket Racecourse for their summer concert series.


East Anglia is wonderful, of course - but is there an aspect of life in the area which you would consign to Room 101?

Ed Sheeran

If Paul Lambert could ask one thing of the Ipswich Town fans over the next 11 games it would be to maintain the goodwill they have shown his team over the last four months.

Paul Hurst

Suffolk serial killer Steve Wright has been linked to the murder of another woman in the county by a former police officer.

Suffolk police

Greater Anglia has published details of its first new high-speed InterCity trains that will cut journey times from Ipswich to London to less than an hour.

Greater Anglia

There's something oddly romantic about timeless tales of masked highwaymen. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to writer-director Cordelia Spence about East Anglia's very own Dick Turpin

Andrew Clarke

Digital staffing platform Pickr has received a £1m funding boost to help it expand and grow.


Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher believes it's time for the Blues to accept relegation and begin embracing the challenge of winning promotion from League One.

Terry Butcher

Ipswich Town look destined for the drop with 11 games to go. STUART WATSON looks at seven fringe players Paul Lambert may want to get up to speed for League One.

Paul Hurst

The family of an autistic youngster who was left without appropriate specialist education for more than a year has described being pushed from "pillar to post" in the fight for proper schooling, following a latest critical report.


Council leaders in Suffolk have offered Network Rail £1m to try to encourage it to upgrade Haughley Junction just north of Stowmarket as a matter of priority.

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership

Liz Nice ponders whether the natural football fan urge to berate certain players isn't counter productive


Strong winds could reach speeds of 50-60mph tonight, but will have died down by Monday morning rush hour, according to forecasters.

Met Office

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