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With various names having been ascribed to the gales that plagued Suffolk yesterday morning, there was some confusion as to what the storm was actually called.

The north Essex-based Flying Trade Group has expanded its leisure operation with the addition of the Bricklayers public house in Colchester.

Katy Sandalls will be writing a new monthly column on women’s football, one of the fastest-growing participation sports on earth. In her first piece she discusses how she came to love the game.

Window Museum displays at Albion Wharf reflects the importance of the Ipswich barge fleet in days gone by

Time to clear out the office clutter - and bring some colour and freshness to your workspace

The biggest fear for Ollie Smith, Bury St Edmunds’ head coach, is that his side’s “under-estimates” the difficulty of their next three fixtures, all of whom are against teams in the lower half of the National League Two South table.

This week’s 3.4% rise in rail fares has prompted an understandable outcry from passengers – especially from commuters who have to use the train to get to work.

A “Dad’s Army” of volunteer border guards could patrol the east of England’s coastline under plans being considered by the government.

The specialist Anglo-Dutch team at East Anglian law firm Birketts has advised Netherlands-based automated welding group AWL on an addition to its portfolio in the UK.

The chimes will ring out again from historic St Clement’s Church, in Ipswich, during 2018.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different Parkruns.

The multi-million pound project to protect Ipswich Waterfront and town centre from the threat of tidal and storm surges has passed a crucial milestone.

Suffolk women’s choir The Orwell Singers have raised £700 for Ipswich charity Families in Need (FIND) though a special charity concert.

Beach hut owners are considering private security after a spate of vandalism, it has been revealed.

New rules to allow free range egg producers hit by bird flu restrictions to market them for longer as a free range product have been welcomed by East Anglian farmers.

Fundraising cyclists have helped to boost the funds of a Bury St Edmunds hospice with their latest ride which covered over 200 miles in three days.

Smugglers have attempted to bring more than 8.5 million cigarettes into the UK through Harwich International Port.

Following a busy summer of European heartbreak the England Ladies football team known as the Lionesses will be coming to Essex.

A man has been jailed for three years after attempting to smuggle an Iraqi family into the UK through Harwich International Port.

This weekend will see Remembrance Services all over the country. Residents of towns and villages will gather at war memorials to pay their respects to those who have died to secure and protect our freedom.

Essex parents and residents will get a first glimpse of plans to expand a primary school in Holland-on-Sea next week.

Thousands of spring bulbs have been planted in Bury St Edmunds after the town’s horticultural organisation teamed up with a supplier from Holland.

Four men from the Ukraine are facing people smuggling charges after a yacht with 19 migrants on board landed on the Suffolk coast.

Kettle Foods UK managing director Ashley Hicks said while the group would continue to fry potato crisps in Norfolk for the UK market, if tariffs made it unviable to distribute from Norwich to Europe he would consider the move.

How well have you been keeping up with the news of East Anglia this week? Find out with our Suffolk news round-up quiz.

A rare Rolex watch smashed an all-time British record when it went under the hammer at a Suffolk auction – selling for an incredible quarter of a million pounds.

It was great to see the positive news on East Anglian tourism that was published the other day – showing that the region is attracting increasing numbers of holidaymakers from both other parts of the UK and abroad.

A woman who tormented her neighbours over a four month period over a land dispute has had her conviction appeal rejected at Crown Court

A woman accused of berating her neighbours over a four month period over a land boundary dispute has appeared in court at her appeal.

Holidaymakers are showing signs of swapping “soggy Cornwall” for “weatherproof” Suffolk as Brexit fuels the region’s booming staycation market, a tourism chief has said.

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