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Comedian and panel-show regular Ó Briain is among the latest acts to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.

Concerns are growing for the welfare of a missing Suffolk man – who has not been seen for five days.

A smoke alarm helped save lives during a blaze at a home in Ipswich this evening.

We meet up with the experts leading the £1.2m conservation and improvement work at Framlingham Castle.

Community leaders led workshops to find public opinion on £1.2million proposals for a new village hall and whether it should be built.

A horse had to be sedated for rescue after falling into a private swimming pool in north Essex.

Ambulance crews have been held-up caring for patients at hospital emergency departments in Suffolk and Essex for more than five hours at a time.

A small Suffolk swimming pool is once again among the best represented in the country for a charity challenge in the fight against cancer.

A north Essex community group which uses canine therapy to help young people with psychological difficulties is seeking support in its bid for £50,000 of National Lottery funding.

Suffolk care providers have warned they can no longer offer safe services to the county’s most vulnerable at the “inadequate” prices council bosses are prepared to pay.

The future of a Suffolk equestrian centre faces uncertainty after a public right of way was proposed to run through its top-rated cross-country course.

A Suffolk council which has faced criticism from auditors over its financial procedures has co-opted a new member with more than 30 years’ experience in senior roles at the World Bank.

He last played the Pyramid Stage in 2014, taking an early evening slot after the legendary Dolly Parton and this year he will be returning to headline Glastonbury.

The suspension of a Suffolk doctor convicted of fraud and insolvency has been extended after he showed up to a tribunal with no new evidence.

Suffolk diabetes patients suffer multiple episodes of foot disease at a “significantly higher” rate than the national average, a report has found.

The latest online auction of clothes once worn by Ed Sheeran has raised a four-figure sum for charity – with dozens of items still up for grabs.

Craftsman will demonstrate the traditional skills employed in restoring one of Suffolk’s most historic landmarks during a unique series of live talks.

Community leaders in an east Suffolk town have assured residents that a £30,000 zebra crossing is an appropriate use of developer contributions.

The Ancient Greeks sought the Fountain of Eternal Youth; Arthurian legend told of the Holy Grail and a cursed portrait apparently kept Dorian Gray from ageing. For most people, however, growing old is a simple fact of life.

A rallying call has been issued to help a Suffolk school raise £20,000 for worthy causes – nearly double the last total it raised.

Suffolk’s standing in a national care quality league table has fallen “significantly” - though council chiefs have rejected the claims.

A special anniversary concert marking 40 years since the release of a “dystopian materpiece” will be performed in Suffolk later this month.

A Suffolk council will begin a new chapter - with a cost-saving move to headquarters in the town’s library.

A celebration of apprenticeships held by a Suffolk training company alongside hundreds of national events has been hailed as a “fantastic success”.

With a scar inflicted by a sword-wielding princess, Ed Sheeran’s guest appearance in Game of Thrones could be seen as fiction mirroring reality.

A Suffolk planning authority, whose historic shortcomings have left it vulnerable to developers, appears to have strengthened its position – to the delight of council chiefs.

Ed Sheeran fans hoping to pick up some of the Suffolk singer’s cast-off clothing – and support a much-loved local charity – have just a few hours to make their bid.

A mother and two young children were rescued from a first-floor window after a major fire broke out in the kitchen downstairs.

A Suffolk community still reeling from a recent murder-suicide has been further shocked by a trio of alleged firearms incidents.

Morale in the region’s health service is at “rock bottom” with thousands of staff reported to have suffered violence from patients, abuse from colleagues or stress related illness.

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