August 20 2014 Latest news:
Birmingham v Ipswich: Christophe Berra twice played Ipswich Town’s get of jail free card at St Andrew’s as Mick McCarthy’s men somehow escaped with a share of the spoils.
A charity event held at Waldringfield Golf Club in aid of the Kerry Alex Thorpe Trust has generated around £3,000.
A seaside town in Suffolk was enlivened by the infectious spirt of Mardis Gras this afternoon as thousands lined the streets to watch a colourful procession of costumed entertainers dance to the joyous rhythms of a South American carnival.
Don’t ditch that sunscreen just yet.
Classic cars from across the decades were on display at one of the biggest events of its type in the region.
Visitors to a Suffolk windmill stepped back in time yesterday as the historic site played host to a vintage steam threshing day.
War today is increasingly waged by drone aircraft controlled from thousands of miles away. A century ago, it was fought from trenches within sight of the enemy. Artillery guns were pulled by horses, and tanks were the new technology.
Thousands of festival-goers enjoyed a party atmosphere at the V Festival in Chelmsford over the weekend.
Leiston succumbed to their first defeat of the season on Saturday as visitors Dulwich Hamlet proved too strong for the Blues, triumphing 2-0 in the Ryman Premier Division.
Tens of thousands of people and holidaymakers flocked to Ipswich’s Waterfront over the weekend for the finale of the town’s maritime festival.
James Hall always wanted to be a zoo keeper. But his dream came true in ways even he had never imagined. James Marston reports.
Reading v Ipswich: One lapse of concentration, in a stalemate of a game, ended up costing Ipswich Town as they went down 1-0 at Reading this afternoon.
It has an illustrious past as one of the region’s foremost military airbases which has served both British and American forces during the Second World War and the Cold War.
The Maritime Weekend is here and fancy dress is the order of the day.
A fourth generation thatcher has returned to the cottage in south Suffolk that he first worked on as his grandfather’s apprentice more than 30 years ago.
Young thespians at Framlingham College had every drama students’ dream – performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Debut season man Andrew Brinkley emerged from pouring rain to win Mid-Suffolk Road Race, by 100 yards from Rob Ormond (Stowmarket & District) and Ben Howell (StradaSport).
Storms, flash flooding and hailstones have struck Suffolk in a sudden change to the weather.
She has been involved in some of this year’s biggest events including the opening of the Commonwealth Games and the Queen’s birthday celebrations.
Sixth form students at Felixstowe Academy are today looking forward to life at university after gaining the A-levels they needed for the next stage in their education.