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One of the most popular folk festivals in the country got under way yesterday as people started to pour in for three days of relaxed fun and excellent music.

A reformed jihadist from Ipswich and a former English Defence League member from Lowestoft have become best friends in their quest to combat extremism.

This month marks 40-years since Elvis Presley passed away. Megan Aldous takes a look at your memories of The King.

Eleven people from the county and beyond will receive their awards in ceremonies taking place this autumn.

Passengers were hit by with delays at Stansted Airport after the runway was closed for emergency repairs – with at least one Essex family left stranded overseas.

Pirates are landing in Harwich this weekend, but with a twist.

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.

The Chantry housing estate in Ipswich was mostly built in the 1950s and 60s to house the town’s expanding population, writes David Kindred.

A film crew has been spotted recording an interview on the Waterfront.

The old jokes are the best jokes, they say, but Lynne Mortimer reckons the ancient Greek gags could do with a bit of updating.

Get fit in just five minutes, said the press release.

Popstar Mollie King has been revealed as the first celebrity to join the line-up for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.

With Usain Bolt and Sir Mo Farah both in action tonight as the World Athletics Championships 2017 get under way at London Stadium (the former Olympic Stadium), see if you can answer these seven questions based on the two legends.

A technology mad Suffolk drone pilot is to drive an electric car 1,200 miles across the breadth of the UK to prove it is a viable alternative to fossil fuel, “even in the most remote areas”.

Time is running out to vote for East Anglian cheese St Jude in national awards.

Packed lunches can get a little dull. It’s easy to fall into the same old habits when choosing a filling for your midday sandwich, writes Sheena Grant.

During the last 20 years cinema and TV trailers have become spoilers. Arts editor Andrew Clarke believes that the time has come to reclaim our right to be surprised and delighted by new films and our favourite TV shows

John Lewis, BBC iPlayer and Sony have scooped the top three spots in a UK ranking of consumers’ perception of quality and reputation.

After the BBC published the salaries of its highest earners, the issue of pay transparency has come to the fore. But whether a more open discussion about wages will bring benefits to businesses is not a clear-cut issue. BETHANY WHYMARK reports.

Six former Radio Caroline and offshore presenters will be joining a special celebration this autumn to commemorate the pirate station’s early years on the airwaves off Suffolk.

Red carpet parades will showcase Suffolk’s favourite dog breeds in style this weekend as the county celebrates a landmark tenth anniversary.

Two students aiming for a career in TV and film have hailed the exposure Screen Suffolk has given them to top productions after securing the ultimate work experience placement on the set of Detectorists.

Comedian Al Murray has revealed how he once helped save a young Suffolk farm worker’s life after a horrifying farm accident.

In Mike Bacon’s bites this week: The BBC pay debate, life without the Open of free TV and how ITFC would love an Ipswich Witches home run!

It’s time to raid the attic, dust off the family silver, and bring out those much-loved or overlooked treasures as the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow is rolling into Suffolk.

It’s been a long road to success for Suffolk songwriter Simon Law, whose debut album Look To The Sky just went to number one in the UK soul charts.

There were a lot of suggestions when it came to who’d take over hosting duties when The Great British Bake Off switched from BBC One to Channel 4. Children’s presenters Dick ‘n’ Dom where among them.

The BBC has finally revealed what its top earners are paid, but huge egos and huger fees are not anything new, writes Michael Cole.

A Suffolk town is playing host to the cast and crew of an award-winning sitcom for the third time.

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