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Controversial plans to revamp the Cornhill in Ipswich have been given the green light – on the basis the council can find a partner to match the extra £200,000 it is investing in the project.

Ipswich market’s move to Queen Street and Princes Street will go ahead in the New Year it has been confirmed, as the council is set to agree which contractor to use on Tuesday.

An inter-estuary pub quiz has raised more than £42,500 for charity.

The county’s unsung community heroes were celebrated yesterday at the British Empire Medal (BEM) Investiture ceremony held by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.

Takeaway giant Pret a Manger is expected to open a new branch in the heart of Ipswich next year after applying for permission to move into part of the old Grimwades store.

Mick McCarthy’s ludicrous and offensive post-match comments on Saturday sum up the vast gulf which has developed between the manager and fans. And it’s his fault!, says Northstander, Terry Hunt.

Bosses behind the successor to the Pigs Gone Wild Trail for 2019, Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, have revealed why the popular elephant is the perfect creature for the trail’s return.

Brad Jones has been appointed editor of the East Anglian Daily Times, only the ninth editor in its 143-year history.

To mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana members of the East Anglian Daily Times have reflected on her visits to Suffolk and Essex and what it was like to report on the tragic news of her death.

The long-serving editor of the East Anglian Daily Times has announced his decision to retire at the end of September.

These are heady days for Ipswich Town fans - and to make things better still, issue four of our Kings of Anglia magazine has just hit the streets.

Ipswich Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski kindly let us into his home for an exclusive interview and photoshoot that will appear in edition four of Kings of Anglia magazine later this month.

Suffolk youngsters seeking a taste of professional life can apply for a unique holiday programme offering exclusive access to some of the county’s best known businesses and organisations.

The Suffolk BME Business Awards are back for 2017 - and nominations are now open.

It’s not every day you get to share a bowling green with an FA Cup winner.

After generous fundraisers gathered an astonishing £76million for Red Nose Day this year, 60 organisations in Suffolk and north Essex have been awarded grants from a pot of more than £56,000 in the region.

We’ve compiled a list of our favourite places from across the county to celebrate the inaugural Suffolk Day tomorrow.

As we get set to welcome in the first ever Suffolk Day, we begin our celebrations with a snapshot of just some of the events lined up to celebrate our great county.

The six candidates hoping to be MP for Ipswich by the end of the week have been to their final election hustings in the town.

The EADT and Ipswich Star have announced their two chosen charities for the next year.

The Eurovision Song Contest’s official theme for 2017 is ‘Celebrate Diversity’ - rather apt as over the years a wide variety of culturally and muscially diverse acts have performed in the annual sequinned spectacular. Martine Silkstone asked friends and colleagues for their most memorable Eurovision moments from years gone by and, with smiles, sentiment and occasionally a sense of shame, each surprisingly suggested a different song.

Community groups and good causes across Suffolk and north Essex have just one week left to apply for a share of a £60,000 pot from Comic Relief.

Everyone has an opinion on Sir Bobby Robson, the man who provides an unlikely link between East Anglia and the North East.

On Sir Bobby Robson Day, as Ipswich Town prepare to take on Newcastle United, we look back to the former manager’s time with the Blues and the achievements he led the club to.

Ahead of Sir Bobby Robson Day on Easter Monday, EADT editor-in-chief Terry Hunt, an Ipswich Town fan for 50 seasons, pays his own tribute to the great man.

As thousands of fundraisers get underway for Red Nose Day today, Comic Relief has unveiled a pot of £60,000 to help benefit good causes in Suffolk and north Essex this year.

The East of England Co-op pulled out all the stops in March as it celebrated 10 years of its highly successful Sourced Locally initiative, which has brought bigger markets to more than 100 of its local suppliers, and increased its sales year on year. Sarah Chambers was at its annual Producer of the Year awards.

Great Tilkey Honey at Coggeshall scooped the East of England Co-op’s Producer of the Year 2017 title at its celebrated annual Supplier Supper tonight.

Ipswich Town legends Arnold Muhren and Frans Thijssen were welcome guests to Portman Road on Saturday, and watched the Blues’ 1-1 draw with Leeds United.

The Lions Club of Ipswich has opened entries for its annual art show this May – with artists who would like to exhibit their work now being sought.

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