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Suffolk-based energy retailer Haven Power contributed £488m to the UK economy last year, supporting 5,400 jobs, according to a report assessing the economic impact of its parent company, Drax Group.

The tragic death of an 11-year-old boy to a brain tumour inspired two Essex friends to take on the Oxford Half Marathon to raise funds to help research into the disease.

Ipswich Town have won just one game in the month of October over the previous five years. STUART WATSON looks at the fixtures ahead.

A study of Britons’ quality of life has found that a healthy amount of sleep has a far higher impact on wellbeing than a 50% increase in disposable income.

Coor, blust me, Boor! They’ve oonly gorn an’ put tha “Sloightly on th’ huh” in the owd Orxford Dicshunry!

An extremely rare piece of jewellery with possible links to the martyred King of East Anglia is to go on display at Moyses Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds.

Ipswich Town supporter Mike Dove has written an open letter to fellow Blues fans on Twitter after last weekend’s 2-0 home win over Bolton was played in front of the lowest league crowd at Portman Road in 19 years. Here it is, plus some reaction.

AFC Sudbury caretaker boss Danny Laws is quite looking forward to his side’s long trip to Truro in the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.

Hopes of further electrification of rail lines in East Anglia appear to have been dashed by the government – although a new cross-country route between Ipswich and Oxford is set to go ahead.

One of the most influential figures in the Tory party of the 1970s, Sir Edward Du Cann, has died at the age of 93.

A historic house in west Suffolk which featured in a Harry Potter film has been put on the market.

A Suffolk pub and its head chef are in the running for national food awards this week.

Hundreds of supporters lined the streets of Ipswich tonight to cheer on runners as they crossed the finish line of the third annual Twilight Road Races.

For one Bury St Edmunds student, the experience of sitting her A-level exams was a lot less traumatic than her GCSEs.

Over the last week there’s been a fresh debate about the impact that out-of-town shopping centres have on our traditional towns.

Organisers of the Ipswich Twilight Road Races have released details of the 38 road closures this Friday.

Holders Bacton United 89 will begin their defence of the Suffolk Junior Cup away to fellow Touchline SIL side Sproughton Sports, writes Nick Garnham.

On the huh, a Suffolk phrase meaning something is lopsided/wonky, is getting a taste of the limelight in 12 poems commissioned for National Poetry Day.

If you enter Christchurch Park through the Soane Street gates and walk up towards the mansion you are also approaching the site of the St Augustinian Priory founded during the reign of Henry II in 1160, writes John Norman.

The University of Suffolk has appealed against the lowest-ranked award it received in the first major Olympic-styled assessment of higher education teaching standards. Vice-chancellor Richard Lister explains why in an exclusive interview.

Tributes have been paid to the Bishop of Bradwell, Right Reverend John Wraw after he died at his home earlier this week.

Five new Deputy Lieutenants have been appointed for Essex.

This Tudor Hall was the home of one of the founding fathers of the United States of America - Bartholomew Gosnold. Now it could be yours for £2.5m.

Colchester United have been linked with a move for veteran striker Dexter Blackstock.

Lynne Mortimer looks at the history and changing nature of the picnic over the last 50 years... with special reference to meat paste and prosecco

A historic house in west Suffolk which featured in a Harry Potter film has been put on the market.

Premier League clubs revealed who they have released last week. Chris Brammer looks at some of the well-known and lesser heralded figures that could interest the Blues, as they look to strengthen.

People all over East Anglia will be honouring their dads this Sunday as the country celebrates Father’s Day. Martine Silkstone asked people from across the region what makes their father special.

Four experienced solicitors have become partners at Essex law firm Birkett Long.

Any ban on glyphosate, a commonly-used weed killer, could cost British farmers around £1bn a year, a report has warned.

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