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Suffolk singles Facebook group celebrate first wedding


Feeling lonely or want to expand your friendship circle but, as an adult, you don’t know where to begin? The newly launched Make Friends Club is the ideal solution, working to beat the loneliness epidemic and help women make friendships that fit.


Our columnists shares 10 typical ‘dad’ moves that have children cringing.


East Anglian publisher Archant has broadly welcomed a new report looking at how to safeguard quality journalism in the UK.

Theresa May

Liz Nice says Olivia Colman was sweet to share her glory with her co stars Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz but maybe we Brits - and East Anglian types - don’t big ourselves up enough?

Paul Lambert

An Army veteran who served across two continents is heading up a project to restore a priceless piece of British history in an effort to help ex-servicemen cope with PTSD.


Residents of a controversial new housing estate claim the criticisms of their development have been “wildly exaggerated”.

Suffolk Coastal District Council

“Anglia Square not Leicester Square.” It was a catchy slogan - but campaigners Rob Wilkes and Raf Turnbull hardly dared to hope it would come true.


Remember when cars seemed to be part of the family, and even had nicknames? Here are memories from around the area of the vehicles our mums, dads and grandparents drove when we were young.


Students and teachers have donned bright colours on a dreary day to help launch a campaign to support young people’s emotional wellbeing.


The union supporting firefighters in Suffolk has warned the permanent rollout of on-call firefighters featuring just three crew members to all incidents is “dangerous” and “unnecessary”.

Suffolk County Council

James Madgwick rounded off his cyclo-cross season in style, leading from start to finish in the final Senior Men’s race at Milton near Cambridge, writes Fergus Muir.


The debut film from a Norfolk director, created to mark the Armistice centenary, was shot entirely in East Anglia.


Ipswich’s gaming lounge, Press Start, is helping youngsters with additional needs to grow and develop with their own dedicated gaming group.


An Ipswich woman who has suffered for years from premenstural syndrome (PMS) has started up an online community to create a support network for others who share her experiences.


Do you hate the idea of going along for your smear test? A Colchester beauty salon is encouraging women to attend the vital screening, by offering free bikini waxes.


One of Suffolk’s best-loved old fashioned sweet shops, which is packed full of more than 1,000 different types of sugary treats from a bygone era, is now up for sale.


The NSPCC has shared its concerns of Facebook’s plans to merge WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.


The importance of the pork industry to the Suffolk economy is set to be recognised in a poster campaign to promote its biggest showcase event as two perky pigs take centre-stage.


A community has rallied around an Ipswich Town FA Cup winner after his prized medal was stolen in a burglary.


Ipswich council is investigating how a pedestrian in his 80s came to suffer serious injuries after falling on the new steps on the town’s Cornhill.


Slade, Abba or even Timmy Mallett? Which was the first cassette you ever bought? Following reports that cassettes are making a comeback, people have been recalling the first tape they owned.


Some people are stocking up on tins and dried goods ahead of the Brexit decision, so what’s in their trollies?

Lynne Mortimer

Video It’s a dog’s life for Winston

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Fundraising is going to the dogs for Rachel Wettner – and she couldn’t be happier.


It is a tough question for many parents - at what age do you allow your children to experience to joys and sometimes the perils of the likes of Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter?


After Sir Andy Murray’s emotional press conference when he announced he would be retiring from tennis, TalkSport presenter and former Ipswich player Alan Brazil had a bit to say about the sportsman’s tears.

Daily Times

A set of malfunctioning temporary traffic lights are causing congestion in the centre of a Suffolk town.


Under-pressure foodbanks battled record demand and answered crisis calls around the clock this Christmas and New Year – as more people than ever before faced hardship in Suffolk and north Essex.


A baby girl from Essex with an extremely rare gene condition could be one of just 18 children in the world living with it, her family has revealed.

Addenbrooke's Hospital

Taking up running is a rare New Year’s resolution that many people manage to keep. But why is running so popular, and how has it changed over the decades?


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