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His was the best-known voice in Felixstowe – and it was heard all over the world.

GPs in training could be offered a so-called ‘golden hello’ of £20,000 to begin their careers in rural or coastal areas in a bid to boost doctor numbers in places with recruitment issues.

Associate licensed conveyancer Suzanne Bradbury has joined Essex law firm Birkett Long’s residential property specialists team.

An Essex village pub, which was saved after the community raised more than £300,000 to buy and restore it, has opened its doors to excited customers.

Griff Rhys Jones has heaped praise on the ‘remarkable, inspired and very difficult work’ of staff at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Mendham’s Peter Wright bowed out of the World Grand Prix after losing three sets in a row to Mensur Suljovic in the quarter-finals last night, writes Alex Moss.

A Norfolk wine supplier has made changes at the top after appointing an experienced industry leader.

Doctors anticipating a severe outbreak of flu this winter are desperately urging vulnerable people in Suffolk to get vaccinated against the virus.

Ipswich-based law firm Prettys is celebrating a series of promotions in five departments following positive business growth in the first six months of the year.

Toys and games retailer Toys’R’Us says it is “business as usual” for its UK stores - including in Ipswich - despite the chain’s North American arm filing for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Canada.

An artist who returned to Suffolk to document changes to its accent has been impressed by the passion shown by local people in preserving their regional identity through its dialect.

A Suffolk war hero who was one of just six men in the county to win a Victoria Cross medal in the First World War has been permanently commemorated with a paving stone memorial on the eve of the centenary of his exploits.

Jane Ingram made medical history 18 years ago by giving birth to “miracle” triplets against all the odds.

Suffolk biker Stuart Dean is putting on his best togs and getting on his Harley Davidson for the DGR - The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride - in London on September 24.

Adventurer Ray Mears wonders whether wildlife documentaries are working when it comes to inspiring the next generation of conservationists and how Lyme Disease threatened to end his career ahead of his East Anglian shows.

TV presenter and self-confessed plant geek Michael Perry shares how the seeds of his successful career were sown in East Anglian.

Clive Dyball’s luck ran out when his polished, but unserviced, Ford Prefect ran into problems in the Australian Outback.

The BBC have released a poll pulling together the most popular comedy films of all time. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke cast an eye over the chart and wonders why don’t comedies regularly top the list of great films?

Frustrated residents living near Ipswich Hospital have held a meeting with MP Sandy Martin in a bid to ease the problem of parking problems near their homes.

In his latest column, Don Topley looks at the player moves already being made in cricket, and wonders whether there’s enough home-grown talent to support the county system.

Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King has launched limited edition bottles of its flagship IPA beer celebrating great sporting moments.

A cavalcade of carnival queens will majestically meander along the streets of Aldeburgh today for the centrepiece of the town’s 75th anniversary event.

Griff Rhys Jones is set to make an appearance at Ufford Park Hotel, near Woodbridge, in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Still buzzing from his appearance at the World Athletics Championships last weekend, Suffolk’s Callum Wilkinson is already planning new and exciting challenges ahead.

Callum Wilkinson declared that there is “more to come” from him, following today’s excellent showing in the men’s 20K race walk at the World Athletics Championships in London.

Friends and family of a Suffolk man killed in an horrific road accident gathered at his local pub to pay their respects to a “great dad” whose young daughter was “his whole world”.

Bury St Edmunds played host to a prestigious race walking event at the weekend, with competitors coming from all over the world to take part.

A young Suffolk entrepreneur has ambitious plans to help drive expansion in the electric vehicles sector with a range of hi-tech charging units.

At times it’s easy for the Snape Proms to be overshadowed by its grander, older sibling The Aldeburgh Festival, but, whereas the Festival reaches out to an international audience, the Snape Proms is more about providing the people of Suffolk with a diverse programme of music created by some of the world’s leading musicians.

Ipswich Witches face another test at Foxhall as they welcome third placed Edinburgh Monarchs in a Championship fixture this Thursday (7.30pm).

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