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Mother’s Day is always celebrated in March and this year the date will be March 31.
Do you fancy living in a former office, shop or nightclub? Sites around Ipswich town centre are gaining a second lease of life as unique new homes.
Are you planning to support Earth Hour - turning off the lights and electrical items to save energy?
Food banks have become increasingly needed - and now baby banks are in growing demand across Suffolk to help families on the breadline.
After a new survey revealed that the Tooth Fairy is feeling the pinch, Ipswich parents have been discussing what’s the going rate for each lost tooth.
Drivers are being warned of planned roadworks which could disrupt journeys on major roads in Suffolk and north Essex over the coming week.
There was disappointment for The Voice singer Connie Lamb, from Woodbridge, as she missed out on a place in the semi-final.
High winds couldn’t stop a Red Nose flash mob as they took to Ipswich Cornhill, led by celebrity dancer Andrew Stone.
It is official, the Tooth Fairy is tightening her belt and leaving less under the pillows of children in Ipswich.
Celebrity dancer Andrew Stone is involved in staging a flash mob event on Ipswich Cornhill on Saturday, in aid of Red Nose Day.
The Orwell Bridge is still closed this afternoon - and could have to close again tomorrow.
A call is going out to people in Ipswich to keep away from wooded areas as Storm Gareth strikes.
Trees brought down by Storm Gareth’s high winds are currently blocking roads in Suffolk.
High winds of up to 60mph and “intense rain” are set to hit, as Storm Gareth batters the region - with the Orwell Bridge being closely monitored.
Dance to live music and enjoy craft beers, Prosecco and “dude food” at the Beertopia Festival in Kesgrave this month.
Pink Stuff, Minky’s and Zoflora are the staples of any ‘Hinch haul’ but you may struggle to find them in Ipswich town centre - and it is all down to a cleaning sensation from Essex.
East Anglia is wonderful, of course - but is there an aspect of life in the area which you would consign to Room 101?
Footage of shoppers in Ipswich tasting extra-special tomatoes is expected to be shown on The One Show tonight.
Owners of Suffolk dog care facilities have welcomed new animal welfare legislation - but there are fears the rules could put some smaller businesses at risk.
Police dogs might think they are just playing games - but their handlers know just how vital their role is.
Dedicated dog lovers from Ipswich are needed to help train guide dog puppies and care for them during their first year.
Two empty shops in Carr Street, Ipswich, have adverts on their fronts suggesting possible uses. People have been commenting on what they would like to see here.
Thinking of putting your home on the market? Here are 10 top tips for ways to add value and attract buyers.
Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.
Following our previous selection of memories of family cars from years gone by, more people from around the area have been sharing their reminiscences.
A seven-bedroom Suffolk mansion which was once the holiday home of Gordon Brown has gone on the market for £1.8million.
Shoppers have been reacting to news that Marks & Spencer may move out of Ipswich town centre.
Hundreds of runners lined up to take in the Resolution Run at Christchurch Park in Ipswich, in glorious February sunshine.
Firefighters were abused and their vehicle was damaged, after a cinema and restaurant were evacuated due to a smell of chemicals.
A missing 16-year-old girl from Saxmundham has been found.
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