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A large-scale investigation has been launched into an Ipswich-based financial company

It was 60 years ago, on October 16 2018, that Blue Peter first arrived on our screens. People in East Anglia have been sharing their memories of the iconic children’s show.

Former BBC Breakfast presenter and now Suffolk resident Bill Turnbull has spoken of his ongoing battle with cancer.

Watch some truly shocking driving on video, captured on dashcam by drivers in Suffolk and Norfolk.

Fullers Mill Garden, in West Stow, the lifetime’s work of Bernard Tickner, has attracted record visitor numbers this year.

The sister of missing Essex man Nigel Kedar says she still hopes her brother will turn up, despite police saying all lines of enquiry into his disappearance are now exhausted.

Strictly Come Dancing is once again dominating the headlines – both on and off the telly pages and here Andrew Clarke argues that it’s a sparkle of sunshine in an otherwise drab world

Five tweaks to stop the risk of this beloved and successful Saturday-night show growing stale

From zombies to demogorgons, poltergeists to killer clowns, demon headmasters to devilish technology, there’s a scary TV show to suit all levels of daring in our list of shows to get you into the Halloween spirit. Do not watch alone.

The time (and space) is right for a brand new feel to an old favourite. Doctor Who is being steered by a new Doctor and a new writing team and on first impressions, it’s fun for all the family while retaining the behing-the-sofa moments we all know and love.

Gina Long talks to Gary Avis MBE - Ballet Master & Principal Character Artist with the Royal Ballet, London

With the BBC children’s show about to celebrate its birthday, Steven Russell gets misty-eyed as he meets one of his childhood heroes: ex-presenter Peter Purves

Former Atomic Kitten reveals her most embarrassing theatre moment and why she is excited to be back in Ipswich.

Movie Week on Planet Strictly this time, and we’ve got the headlines for you: who was in the dance-off, who got voted off, what the judges said and why Bruno cannot stay in his chair.

Tell Us: Universal Credit: How has it been for you?

Thursday, October 11, 2018

The rollout of flagship welfare reform Universal Credit is almost complete in Suffolk and north Essex – with every district due to be phased in by January 2019.

Prostate cancer rates are set to double in the next 15 years, according to the forthcoming Movember campaign to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues. But two celebrities with links to this region have played a key role in getting more men to seek help. Sheena Grant reports.

The Bodyguard TV series on BBC television prompted a real life protection officer from Bury St Edmunds to talk to students at Suffolk New College, in Ipswich.

Even lukewarm royalists enjoyed the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, earlier this year but as a waverer when it comes to the further reaches of the Royal Family , Lynne Mortimer wonders if Princess Eugenie’s big day will the attract the same enthusiasm.

A charity single has been released to raise lifesaving funds for an Essex schoolboy suffering from a rare form of Leukaemia.

More than 20 people across the UK have been injured while using inflatable play equipment, it has been revealed.

Swarms of ladybirds have been arriving in homes in Suffolk and north Essex - have you spotted any?

Ipswich paid a fond farewell to Bob Shelley yesterday - described as a man ‘big on friendship, big on humour, big on love and big on life’.

Doctor Who returns this weekend and it’s all change. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at what makes this most British of programmes so special

Comedy legend Michael McIntyre had to ask an audience to explain the Suffolk phrase “on the huh” during a sell-out performance at the Ipswich Regent.

A star-studded concert launched by an Ipswich cancer survivor is set to wow fans in aid of cancer charities tomorrow night.

A memorial service is being held today in honour of Ipswich entrepreneur and radio celebrity Bob Shelley who died last month at the age of 78.

Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie’s funeral procession will drive past the Portman Road ground, giving fans the chance to pay their final respects.

We chat to Coast presenter Neil Oliver about his first ever theatre tour - The Story of the British Isles in 100 Places

Romantic novelists will be collecting cash for breast cancer charities at Asda stores in Norwich and Bury St Edmunds

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