About the East Anglian Daily Times

About the East Anglian Daily Times

On October 13 1874, the first edition of the East Anglian Daily Times promised to report "everything that occurs in the district faithfully and fairly" - a principle we keep to today.

The East Anglian Daily Times is respected for its balanced perspective and renowned for exacting writing and sharp photography, delivering local, national and international news and sport to tens of thousands of readers across Suffolk and north Essex.

Through our newspaper, website, e-edition and social media channels, we offer unrivalled coverage of local events and also provide the area's leading marketplaces for property, jobs, and motors.

In addition to the three localised editions of the main paper, the printed EADT features regular supplements that include our EA Event entertainments guide on Fridays and a comprehensive Saturday package that includes EA Life magazine.

For business to business marketing, the EADT carries a daily business news section, a weekly Business East supplement on Tuesdays and a bumper 32-page section, Business East Monthly.

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Three teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of murder after police confirmed that a 45-year-old man died following a serious assault outside a kebab-pizza shop in Ipswich.

The East of England will be among the UK's fastest-growing regions over the next three years, financial experts predict.

An anonymous service for people seeking help to stop viewing indecent images of children has reported an almost three-fold increase in users from Suffolk.

Around 3,500 homes and businesses in Bury St Edmunds are currently without water due to a burst water main.

A man was caught attempting to throw drugs over the fence at a Suffolk prison, a court heard.

The son of former Tolly Cobbold chief Brian Cowie has told how his heart sank as he watched flames engulf the brewery and was grateful that his late mother wasn't alive to witness it.

Health chiefs in Suffolk are planning to put in place autism support services for children weeks earlier than they receive now in a bid combat long waiting times.

A new 420-place primary school could be on the cards in Woolpit after development of 300 homes was approved - but fears have been raised that it will be in the wrong place.

About 800 brave runners refused to be beaten by high winds as they turned out for the Tarpley 10/20 mile road races.

Southwold Arts Festival has swiftly developed a reputuation for delivering an eclectic series of high profile events at its week-long summer festival. Now in its seventh year, the festival manages to combine an intimate, community flavour yet still attracting artists with an international reputation.

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