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Whitney Houston. What a voice. But can Queen of the Night tribute Shanice Smith live up to the legend?

A Suffolk man worked tirelessly for several hours in the freezing temperatures this week to help people whose vehicles had become trapped in the snow - including an ambulance.

The Beast from the East has brought with it bitterly cold temperatures, but that hasn’t stopped people young and old from getting outside and enjoying some fun in the snow.

Exemplary service from over a dozen soldiers at Merville Barracks in Colchester has been celebrated this week.

He’s a well known television personality, but what’s John Bishop like live? Reviewer ELLIS BARKER headed down to the Regent tonight for the first gig of his three-night stop in Ipswich.

A Suffolk charity has announced its guest speaker at an annual conference that in previous years has attracted the likes of Professer Stephen Hawking and his former wife and author, Jane.

Rail staff across the region are backing a campaign by the Samaritans which aims to turn ‘Blue Monday’ into ‘Brew Monday’ to encourage people to talk about their feelings.

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has been nominated for four ‘gongs’ in the coveted Brit Awards next month.

Organisers behind an open air carol concert in Woodbridge have hailed the event as one of their best yet, with it thought to have drawn in one of the largest amount in donations.

The annual open air carol concert is being held in Woodbridge tomorrow night - but can you spot yourself among the crowd in these pictures from the event in 1990?

A senior Suffolk police officer has called for on-street testing of liquids to tackle acid attacks.

Tickets are still available for the inaugural Ipswich Waterfront Lantern Walk on Friday evening.

Hampers filled with food to help those in need over the festive season have been delivered to Newmarket Open Door.

A Suffolk choir on a mission to raise funds for St Elizabeth Hospice found themselves ranked between Ed Sheeran and Craig David in the charts last week with their debut single Always.

An advice and drop-in event is being held at Suffolk County Council’s headquarters at Endeavour House in Ipswich today as part of Carers Rights Day.

Christmas is almost upon us and what better way to bring the festive season to life than the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star carol service?

A series of amber flood alerts have been issued to stretches of the Suffolk and north Essex coastline overnight tonight.

Tonight I had the pleasure of watching Rob Brydon at the Ipswich Regent and I can promise you this, he does not disappoint.

The Stars of Suffolk final is always an event to be rejoiced, but this year the nominees excelled with true tales of courage, strength and dedication demonstrating just what an outstanding place the county is.

The search is over! The general public has spoken and put forward some outstanding candidates for those who make our communities a better place.

An evening of pampering is set to draw in funds for an Ipswich special school later this month.

Suffolk police has reissued its reminder to trick or treaters to be considerate of those not wanting to take part in the spooky festivities tomorrow.

Lifesaving skills were taught to pupils at the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook today as part of Restart a Heart Day.

Eighty-five musicians from Suffolk and Essex together with a small number of friends and partners head off next week for the west Midlands where they will stage five concerts.

More than 300 cyclists put on their helmets and took to the Essex countryside to show their support for Colchester-based St Helena Hospice at the weekend.

Continuing our five-day series as part of Hospice Care Week, today we look at the role of Andrew Lally, online retail manager at St Helena Hospice in Essex.

A final call is being issued for nominations for this year’s Stars of Suffolk awards with entries to close on Friday.

A match dedicated to Thurston rugby player Josh Gilbert began with a minutes applause in his honour over the weekend.

A Kelvedon man left with serious facial injuries at a music festival may have stepped in to help a girl before being attacked, his brother has said.

Residents with canine companions are being encouraged to take part in a consultation to changes to dog controls in parts of the Suffolk coastal district, including Felixstowe beach.

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