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Looking for fun events this weekend? Choose from spectacular light trails and Christmas fairs, fancy dress runs through parks and a seaside sausage dog walk.
Multi-award-winning Suffolk pub The Unruly Pig, in Bromeswell near Woodbridge, is in line for yet another top national prize.
The former Toys R Us store at Copdock Mill Interchange could be set for a new lease of life - with discussions under way over its future.
Hundreds of dachshund owners will be heading for the coast to take part in the Southwold Sausage Walk, Round Two - and hoping for good weather after the event was rained off last month.
A devoted dog owner is raising £1,000 to help pay for her pet's operation, after he was left in agony when a ligament in his leg ruptured.
A retail chain with large stores across Suffolk and north Essex is staying closed on Boxing Day, to give staff an extra day of celebrations.
Light up your life this festive season! Here are some of the places where Christmas light switch-ons will be taking place in 2019.
Delia Smith is celebrating 50 years as a cookery writer in 2019. But how much do you know about the Queen of Cooks?
A group of 'GI brides' who are all originally from Ipswich have just met up in Nashville for their annual reunion.
Do you want to book a holiday over the coming year? If so, you may need to check the school holiday dates for Suffolk and Essex.
A national chain has closed its betting shop in Ipswich town centre, in the latest blow to the high street.
Looking for things to do this weekend? Events include major firework displays, a youth music festival, and poignant events to mark Remembrance Day.
What's the oldest gadget or household appliance you still use? Since we asked the question, your answers have been pouring in.
A popular hardware shop on an Ipswich estate has reopened - more than a year after closing as the result of a devastating fire.
A visitor to Felixstowe has told how she suffered a 7ft fall when the side of a shelter in the Seafront Gardens collapsed, leaving her with a fractured arm.
Highways England have announced planned roadworks for the coming week in Suffolk and north Essex, including works on the A12 and A14, as well as on the Bascule Bridge in Lowestoft.
On November 9, it will be 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. People from East Anglia have been sharing their memories.
What's the oldest household item you have and are still using - perhaps a cooker, vacuum cleaner or food mixer that's older than you are, handed down by a relative or friend?
What a fantastic 90th birthday party it was! The crowd at a packed Ipswich Regent cheered, waved flags and sang along during the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's special concert.
An impressive seven-bedroom home near Framlingham has gone on the market- with a moated garden, home office/gym, and more than 28 acres of grounds.
Dedicated rugby fans across Suffolk are in mourning today after watching their England heroes lose out in the Rugby World Cup final.
A meeting is to be held in hope of creating a new community space to replace a popular Ipswich cafe, which closed following the death of its much-loved founder.
Vandals have damaged a poignant Remembrance display at a historic church.
Are you looking for things to do this weekend? Choose from spooky Halloween events, fireworks, a retro games day, a herring festival and much more.
It's the time of year when the days start to get shorter - and the clocks go back as autumn draws in.
An elegant home with its own swimming pool and garden studio, in a sought-after Suffolk village, could be yours for £1,125,000.
Eating out with the family is a fun treat - but it can end up costing a lot. However, many restaurants around Ipswich are coming to the rescue, by allowing children to eat FREE or for just £1.
Babies and toddlers enjoyed some Halloween fun, dressing up in colourful costumes.
The RSPCA is appealing for new homes for "small furries" - and warning animal lovers not to regard these as "starter pets".