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The hot weather is set to cause more delays on the rails across East Anglia today Wednesday, June 21.

Dozens of trains including rush-hour services have been cancelled due to the hot weather preventing services from running at full speed today. All 47 cancellations are listed below – see if you have been affected.

A chocolate salon, bakery and ice cream store, Harris & James opens in Southwold tomorrow

East Anglia has some great lakes and rivers where you can set up, sit back and enjoy a spot of fishing, so with the season underway we have put together a selection of top locations to try across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

A Suffolk native is returning to her home county from the other side of the world – on a mission to preserve a disappearing dialect.

Sitting on sofas arranged in a circle in the back room of a cosy café, everyone was asked to share why they had come along. Reasons ranged from bereavement, existential pondering, professional purposes and just pure curiosity.

The death toll from the Manchester bomb attack has risen to 22, with 59 injured, Greater Manchester Police chief constable Ian Hopkins said.

Passengers on mainline services faced delays and cancellations this evening after a person was hit by a train between Seven Kings and Stratford.

Growing software firm is taking larger Ipswich town centre offices in Crown House.

It’s not too late to book tickets for one of the great shows at Suffolk theatres in May. Whether you are mad about music, bonkers for Bollywood or perhaps prefer plays, there is something for everyone and we have highlighted just a few of the entertaining events on offer.

After being inspired to buy an American police car following a trip to Las Vegas, a Braintree man has launched a business based around the eye-catching vehicle.

Trains between London and Ipswich faced cancellation and delay this evening as attempts were made to remove a trespasser from the rail line.

Probably the world’s most famous steam locomotive is going to be travelling through Suffolk later this year.

With just over a month to go until the 11th East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival takes place, local companies and organisations saw a full-size dragon boat at an Open Day held at Hotel Victoria in Lowestoft.

In 2014 Suffolk tourism bods scrapped their slogan ‘the Curious County’. But the fact remains there really are some curious things to discover in Suffolk. From ancient burial mounds, to a giant shell sculpture on the beach, via a pretty cool new dinosaur-themed American golf course at Ufford.

A new buffet restaurant with hundreds of seats is set to open on one of the busiest junctions in town after it was finally given the go-ahead by Ipswich planners.

A Suffolk runner is hoping to achieve the extraordinary this summer – by winning world championship medals over three distances.

The East Anglian Dragon Boat race is calling on Suffolk businesses to team up, get involved and raise money.

An RAF medic from Ipswich who was invited as a guest of honour for the unveiling of the new Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial in London this week was treated to a face-to-face chat with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Wendy Phillips, from Stowmarket, has represented the Government’s Department for International Development at an event with the Queen.

An RAF medic from Ipswich says he is ‘immensely honoured’ to be invited to the unveiling of the Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial in London tomorrow.

Should you wrap up warm, take a raincoat or set off early to catch a replacement bus?

From a 10-year-old’s bedroom for a fairy to a tiny two-tier space for football, a collection of diminutive dolls’ house rooms designed by East Anglians are part of a major new exhibition, writes Rowan Mantell

Rail passengers in Suffolk and Essex were faced with delays this morning after a woman fell from a bridge near Brentwood station in Essex.

After the festive rush, our members settled into a more relaxed January at the beginning of a new year, writes Beth Speakman.

With the transfer window now shut again, CHRIS BRAMMER looks at Ipswich Town’s SEVEN new signings.

Suffolk writer Lisa Thompson’s debut novel, The Goldfish Boy, is Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month

Amy Guest has joined the employment law team as a senior associate at Ipswich-based law firm Birketts.

Extra trains are being brought in on the main line between Ipswich and London in a bid to maintain services while an upgrade is carried out.

Colchester author asks: How did celebrated textile designer make it in a man’s world?

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