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What beaches welcome dogs? After Felixstowe has just looked again at its rules, here’s a guide to where you can walk your pooch beside the sea in the area.

People in Suffolk and Essex have been watching the skies as a spectacular flypast of aircraft crossed the skies today to mark the RAF’s 100th anniversary.

It’s 28 years since the last time an England team reached the World Cup semi-finals in 1990. Fans have been sharing their memories of Bobby Robson’s England team.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals jailed in Suffolk and north Essex courts in June.

A keen Suffolk photographer has sent in stunning photos of a sunset in Ramsholt, taken by using a drone.

Elderly people can find it hard to cope with hot weather. The charity Contact the Elderly is urging people to keep an eye on older neighbours and help them stay safe.

Animals at Colchester Zoo have been cooling down in the heat by licking ices and enjoying water from sprinklers.

The heat is on in Suffolk and north Essex, and set to continue for the next fortnight. But which spots around the area have been recording the highest temperatures?

Gardeners are being offered seven top tips on how to create a blooming oasis for bees and other pollinators to enjoy.

With the heatwave set to continue, Anglian Water has issued 10 top tips for customers to keep cool and save water at the same time.

It’s 21 years since we lost film legend James Stewart, on July 2 1997. But his legacy lives on through his movies, and he is also fondly remembered for his wartime service in East Anglia.

Do you love to belt out your own version of I Will Survive or My Way? Here are 10 pubs in Suffolk and North Essex where you can enjoy a karaoke session.

Are you a former pupil of Copleston School in Ipswich? A reunion is being held for the class of 1963.

Ipswich has been named as one of the UK’s top 10 riverside destinations, in a new survey by a travel website.

The World Cup is finally upon us - so where can you watch the action? Here are some of the best spots in and around Ipswich to catch summer’s biggest sporting event.

How many kinds of sweet flowers grow in an East Anglian country garden? You can find out this summer by wandering through some of the many which are open to the public.

Fancy enjoying a restaurant meal in the open air? Deliveroo has announced that its riders will now deliver food orders to public parks across Ipswich.

Youngsters and parents at Capel Twins & Multiples Club are celebrating after being awarded £1,000 from Tesco Bags of Help scheme.

Specialist Aldeburgh cheese shop Slate has been shortlisted for a Shop of the Year award.

A new Superdrug store including a nail bar is due to open on Friday, June 15 in Tavern Street, Ipswich, creating 16 new jobs.

Enjoy exploring north Essex this summer. Here’s a look at 10 attractions to discover in the Tendring area.

A research project has been launched at the University of Suffolk, to find out how much people understand about the charity sector.

After the two bank holidays in May, when can you next look forward to a three-day weekend?

As summer arrives, there are all kinds of beautiful places to go for a picnic across Suffolk and Essex. Here are 12 of our top picks.

What price indestructible banknotes? Ipswich man James Hayward couldn’t believe what happened to the £5 note in his trouser pocket.

Legend of Western films John Wayne was born on May 26 in 1907. Now, 111 years on, he is undoubtedly one of the most iconic Hollywood stars of all time, despite controversy over his political views.

Planning a last-minute bank holiday barbecue or need a shopping top-up? Check out your local supermarket opening times.

From a children’s festival to gruesome goings-on at a castle, wildlife trails and even a superhero training day, there are lots of open-air activities to enjoy over half-term week - not forgetting the Suffolk Show!

Lovable Labrador dog Fred is acting as an unlikely “mum” to nine orphaned ducklings at a heritage attraction in Essex.

Easton Farm Park is celebrating the arrival of a new Suffolk Punch foal – which has now been officially named Harry after the newlywed Prince.

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