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The Script took a break from their sell-out arena tour to put on a special show for a superfan who has experienced some tough times.

Tourists have been flocking to a tiny village on the Essex coastline after its stunning landscapes were filmed for a hit ITV drama series.

Essex’s Olly Murs will sit in the famous red chair as a judge for the next series of The Voice UK and says he is “absolutely buzzing” to be joining the ITV show.

A business boycott of a production facility owned by the UK’s largest supplier of supermarket chicken could have implications for two East Anglian processing plants.

Ruth Rendell’s A Judgement In Stone, at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, sees actor Chris Ellison back in policeman mode.

An investigation claims to have revealed a series of alleged breaches of food safety rules at a factory belonging to one of the largest suppliers of chicken to UK supermarkets.

Ipswich Town, TV filming and Royal Mail Sorting Office opens by Bonthcho Guencthev feature in another edition of our nostalgia series, Throwback Thursday.

An Ipswich tot has taken his first steps to stardom in a national television advertising campaign.

A new BBC drama airing this Sunday starring Benedict Cumberbatch has helped boost the Suffolk economy after filming in the county.

A Suffolk baker has been crowned the best in the business at the industry’s equivalent to the Oscars.

Legendary commentator John Motson may be a national institution – but it can be claimed that he was made in Suffolk, and the county has played a huge part in his professional life.

Adventurer Ray Mears wonders whether wildlife documentaries are working when it comes to inspiring the next generation of conservationists and how Lyme Disease threatened to end his career ahead of his East Anglian shows.

TV presenter and self-confessed plant geek Michael Perry shares how the seeds of his successful career were sown in East Anglian.

A film firm tasked with bringing more TV, film and advert productions to Suffolk has surpassed its target number of filming days for its first year in just seven months.

Oh Happy Day, the Sister Act Live Choir is coming to Ipswich with a special cinema screening of the hit Whoopi Goldberg movie.

Comedian Joe Pasquale returns to the region over the next few weeks. He took time out from his latest tour, The Devil in Disguise, to chat.

A fundraising adventurer has written about the round-Britain cycle tour she took with her golden retriever.

One of the country’s leading television series has turned to Lowestoft in its hunt for the nation’s most talented individuals.

England’s top sheepdogs descended on Haughley Park, near Stowmarket, yesterday for the first of three days of major competition. The English National Sheepdog Trials brought together the cream of the country’s working dogs in Suffolk for the first time. Sarah Chambers reports.

With his charming good looks and energy filled set, it’s hardly surprising the comedy tent was filled with enough young girls to rival a One Direction concert.

England’s top of 150 English sheepdogs and their handlers are set to descend on Suffolk in July for a celebrated competition.

Gallery: Wrestling hitting the Corn Exchange in 1981

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Do you remember when wrestling legend Big Daddy competed at the Ipswich Corn Exchange in 1981?

Suffolk will play a starring role in a top new drama series which starts on ITV on Monday night, with some of Suffolk’s scenic countryside set to feature on screen.

An Ipswich businesswoman has said she was not perturbed when Trinny Woodall told her “I want to be black” on national television while admiring her skin.

Tokio Myers has been announced the winner of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent.

A picture of Luke Durbin, who disappeared in Ipswich in 2006, appeared on the big screen behind the Missing People Choir as it wowed judges in the Britain’s Got Talent semi-final tonight.

Suffolk magician Matt Edwards has won through to the final of Britain’s Got Talent after wowing the judges and viewers with his performance in the semi-final tonight.

Celebrity gardeners, a beach set up in the middle of a shopping centre and a racing car simulator were among the varied attractions at this year’s “biggest ever” Whitsun Fayre, in Bury St Edmunds.

Three acts with Suffolk or Essex connections have made it through to the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

In 20 years the Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre has grown from a flower and plant market to two day event full of family fun and attractions.

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