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A “sadistic” Essex woman who forced children to fight each other for food and threw them across the room as part of a “game” has been jailed for four years.
Five new Deputy Lieutenants have been appointed for Essex.
People are being urged to cast their vote to make a Felixstowe “seaside shally” which helps raise thousands of pounds for charity the nation’s Beach Hut of the Year.
A 73-year-old who died suddenly after a seemingly innocuous dog bite was fit and active, a neighbour has said.
The University of Essex welcomed nearly 200 schoolchildren to its campus earlier this month to explore digital creativity.
Rail bosses should pledge not to shut any of its East Anglian ticket offices, according to a Norfolk MP.
Ipswich Labour MP Sandy Martin has signed a House of Commons motion calling on rail company Greater Anglia to retain its ticket offices across the region.
Green Flag judges have recognised two Ipswich parks with their top annual accolade.
A motorcyclist who was killed in a head-on crash on Clacton seafront has been described as ‘one a million’ by his family.
Flag-waving crowds are expected to launch Felixstowe’s biggest event of the year – with the resort’s carnival kicking off with a traditional British celebration.
Neighbours ran to help rescue residents of a retirement home after a bolt of lightning struck the building and caused a fire in a flat in Felixstowe.
From battered cod, to tuna wraps with wasabi mayo, we reveal the top fish and chip shops to visit in East Anglia this summer.
A convicted paedophile who abducted a girl from the Ipswich area and had sex with her after meeting her on a messaging app has been jailed for nine years.
A phenomenal thunder and lightning storm in the early hours of this morning has left a devastating impact across the region, sparking fires, power cuts and travel problems.
Two families were forced out of their homes in the early hours of this morning after lightning struck and sparked a fire.
A woman in her 40s who died after being found critically injured in Felixstowe has been named as Diana Last.
A convicted paedophile who groomed, abducted, and had sex with a girl while under a sexual offences prevention order (SOPO) is likely to be given a long prison sentence tomorrow.
The 67th King’s Lynn Festival got off to a flying start with a rousing concert by Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band, currently ranked second in the world.
An influential writer, music blogger and university lecturer from Felixstowe described as ‘fiercely intelligent and insightful’ took his own life having battled depression, an inquest has heard.
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