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The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a son weighing 8lbs 7oz, Kensington Palace has announced.

The new royal baby will be sharing his birthday with a number of new additions across our region.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shown off their new baby son outside St Mary’s Hospital in London.

The Royals are in the news today with the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s baby son, and the celebrations are set to continue with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Test your knowledge of the Royals with our quiz.

A charity which offers support to families at their greatest time of need across Suffolk and north Essex has passed on its good wishes to its royal patron following the birth.

Suffolk firefighters have been called to assist with an accident on the A14, which is said to be causing delays in Cambridgeshire this evening.

Ipswich Town have announced their new intake of academy scholars.

Ipswich Town’s long-serving goalkeeping coach, Malcolm Webster, is to retire at the end of the season.

The deputy headteacher of an Ipswich primary school is running the London Marathon on Sunday – with the aim of his inspiring his pupils to stay fit and active.

A man who suffered serious injuries after being hit by a lorry on the A14 in Suffolk is reported to be a in a “critical but stable condition” in hospital.

New research has placed Suffolk Coastal as one of the top ten happiest local authorities to live in.

A trade body for one of Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest industries is seeking feedback on its proposals to advance the sector’s development.

Story of a true Suffolk icon

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Representing England as much as St George and the Dragon, but far more true to life, is Willy Lott’s House at Flatford. Don Black discusses how this English icon has survived.

A 34-year-old man from Haverhill arrested after a serious assault involving an “axe-type weapon” will appear in court today.

A Bury St Edmunds student who had major brain surgery last year is hoping to find sponsors to help him go on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to Borneo.

Rail services in the region have resumed following disruption after a person was hit by a train.

Love One gift shop, Ipswich is a regional finalist in the The Greats retail awards

Gardener and author Charlie Hart’s five-acre garden on the Suffolk/Essex border became a project that helped him see hope and new life after the loss of his parents.

The team at Enlight has some bright ideas about how smart lighting could revolutionise our urban areas. Bethany Whymark went to find out more about their innovative technologies.

Discount retailer Poundland is rolling out the PEP&CO fashion brand to 12 more of its stores across the East of England over the next six months, creating around 60 new jobs.

Waitrose stores in Ipswich and West Suffolk are to be among the first to stop providing disposable coffee cups, as part of the company’s efforts to reduce its plastics and packaging.

An East Anglia-based property management company is relocating a number of key functions to its newest office, in Ipswich.

Tributes have been paid to a teenage motorcyclist who was tragically killed after a three-vehicle crash in Sudbury.

Noah Brazg kept a cool head in the maelstrom of a 16-runner Novice Riders Race in which only seven combinations managed to successfully complete the course to break his riding duck at a hectic Essex & Suffolk Point-To-Point at Higham, on Saturday.

Two former Suffolk care homes have been sold for a combined total of around £3million, it has been announced.

A 19-year-old motorcyclist from the Sudbury area has died after a three-vehicle crash in the town yesterday evening.

Fresh from his retirement from international cricket commentary, Henry Blofeld isn’t just yet declare just yet and is returning to the region on his farewell tour, looking back at 50 years behind the Test Match Special microphone.

Nick Browne’s eyes light up when he contemplates Essex’s three-day warm-up match against Cambridge MCCU, starting today at Fenner’s, writes Martin Smith.

In less than five years the Ink Festival has established itself as a vital platform for new theatrical writing. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic director Julia Sowerbutts about how the festival has developed

A top TV chef came to Suffolk New College in Ipswich to give a culinary masterclass to students.

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