July 30 2014 Latest news:
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Proceedings got off to a fantastic start at this year’s Bury and West Suffolk Tennis Tournament, held at Culford School’s excellent LTA Performance Tennis Centre facility.
The England team may have left this year’s World Cup in Brazil early but pupils from Holbrook Primary School have quickly taken their places in South America.
It was a ship that helped found the United States of America. And it came from Harwich. James Marston goes behind the scenes at the Harwich Mayflower Project.
A brave young girl from east Suffolk has donated her thick golden locks to poorly children who lost theirs through illness.
A celebration of beer, sausages and music was enjoyed by hundreds of festival-goers at a Suffolk attraction over the weekend.
Seventy-five years ago, over glasses of sherry in a Suffolk garden, news of an extraordinary archaeological find was first announced to the world.
Organisers of an annual dog show have welcomed their “biggest and best” event yet after thousands of visitors turned out to celebrate their furry friends while raising funds for a grass roots charity in Suffolk.
West Suffolk turned into Middle Earth this weekend as fantasy fans young and old immersed themselves in Lord of the Rings - including two especially unfriendly faces.
An Ipswich mother-of-two today spoke of her gratitude after a fun day held in aid of her young son who suffers from a rare genetic condition raised more than £8,000.
Ipswich Town are still to concede a goal in pre-season following their 2-0 win at League One side Gillingham.
After several weeks of warm weather, the crops are ripe for the picking and farmers are hard at work acorss the region.
We’ll have to hurry if we want to enjoy the Swinleys’ garden near Southwold, for when the end of the season approaches – and it will probably be our very, very last chance. Steven Russell finds out why.
There was pandemonium outside The Perfume Shop in Bury St Edmunds this afternoon as hundreds turned out to catch a glimpse of Peter Andre.
Hundreds of people stepped out on to the streets of Felixstowe as this year’s carnival procession got underway today.
While the Great War memorials dotted around East Anglia honour many of those who died, there are thousands of others whose names are not etched in stone. They fell many miles from home. And we must not forget them. Steven Russell reports.
Organisers of a “resoundingly successful” art show in Sudbury hope it will help to put the town on the map as a “creative hotspot”.
Ipswich Witches picked up a vital three points to keep their slim Premier League play-off hopes alive, with a 57-35 victory over Somerset Rebels.
Environmental artist and campaigner Fran Crowe’s impish sense of humour permeates her latest project, but there is a deadly serious message in her use of the raw material for her work – the rising tide of damaging and indestructible plastic that rampant consumerism dumps in seas the world over.
The talented young performers in a primary school’s sell-out summer pantomime production have been praised for their professional and enthusiastic approach, which left audiences “amazed” by their abilities.