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The most and least popular baby names of 2017 have been revealed by the Office of National statistics, find out where your child’s name ranks and how it has fared over the past century.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst has addressed the issue of Jon Walters’ knee issues following the leak of Roy Keane’s alleged comments this week.

A team of six staff members at a Bury St Edmunds tax firm completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for a charity which supports young people with disabilities or cancer.

A councillor is to undergo an arduous west to east marathon cycle to raise money for an autism and learning difficulties charity.

Continued budget cuts will endanger Suffolk’s victims or police services - that is the message from the county’s police and crime commissioner after an independent report criticised the funding plan from the Home Office.

An audio file outlining a row between former Ipswich manager Roy Keane, Blues striker Jon Walters and Ireland team-mate Harry Arter has been leaked online.

Policing stands on the brink of crisis in many areas, according to the head of a body representing senior officers.

Ipswich Horse Society has raised more than £100,000 for charity with its sponsored rides, and its 45-year history is marked by a fantastically loyal committee of people, many of whom have been organising events for decades. Lynne Mortimer went to meet them.

Jonas Knudsen will be with the Denmark side for this weekend’s clash with Wales after contractual dispute between the squad and the Danish FA (DBU) was resolved.

A part of Ipswich which has seen many changes in the past century is the area between the wet dock (now known as the Waterfront) and Fore Hamlet, writes David Kindred.

The Ipswich branch of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is among the latest batch of closures announced by the bank.

Veteran defender James Collins is training with Ipswich Town as the two parties remain in discussions over a potential contract.

Wales manager Ryan Giggs is keeping an eye on a trio of Ipswich Town players as he bids to reshape his squad over the coming months.

An average of one child per classroom in the east of England has received a naked or semi-naked image online from an adult, a new survey has revealed.

A group of 11 recovering addicts are making last minute plans for their exhausting Three Peak Challenge aimed at raising money for charity.

A patient in the east of England waited more than 24 hours for an ambulance, it can be revealed.

Suffolk drivers displayed trend-bucking patience on the roads during England’s World Cup campaign, according to new speed tracking statistics.

Former Leiston schemer Byron Lawrence is returning to the Suffolk club.

The Essex Police Federation has condemned an attack which left an officer with a fractured eye socket and broken nose at the weekend.

Applications for the Greene King Apprenticeship Programme surge by 141% following its 2016 pledge to take on 10,000 apprentices

Bury St Edmunds-based brewer Greene King has won a major award for its XX Mild.

Looking for a holiday home with a difference? East Anglia boasts all kinds of weird and wonderful homes from home.

The recent raft of bank branch closures is hastening the loss of local shops on the high street, new research suggests.

A charity has been awarded almost £30,000 to work with children as young as 10 in areas of Ipswich affected by youth violence and knife crime.

It’s something many of us don’t like to talk – or even think – about, but a change in government rules could save tens of thousands of lives among those hit by bowel cancer, writes Paul Geater.

An East Anglian company which helps people to carry on living in their own homes has been shortlisted for a top award.

New government figures highlighting a quarterly fall in corporate insolvencies may only be a blip in an underlying upward trend.

East Anglia is known for its rich comic heritage, stretching from the Singing Postman right through to current alternative comedians like John Kearns. Here is a look at 20 comedy stars with links to the region.

Former Ipswich Town fans’ favourite Marcus Stewart believes his protégé Ellis Harrison can be a big hit at Portman Road.

This year’s sustained high temperatures and lack of rain brings uncomfortable echoes of another year remembered for its heat and ‘white grass’, writes Steve Russell.

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