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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Eleven fire crews have been called to a blaze at the Muntons factory in Stowmarket.

A legal challenge has been launched to block controversial proposals for 100 new homes, described as 'cheese wedges' by opponents.

A lorry has crashed into some cones on the Orwell Bridge this morning.

Ipswich council's property company is to convert the former BT offices in Bibb way in the town into nearly 80 new affordable flats in a £10.5m deal.

Around one in four patients are waiting more than two months to start cancer treatment at Suffolk's biggest NHS trust, it has emerged.

A number of lines of inquiry continue to be "actively pursued" in the two-decade hunt for a Suffolk teenager's killer, police have revealed.

Villagers are voicing their concern after proposals were revealed to axe a vital bus service.

A Suffolk plating firm which works for customers from around the world has prepared itself for Brexit by gaining key industry accreditations.

Highways chiefs have outlined the next steps to reduce wind closures on the Orwell Bridge - and include options for single-file traffic and slower speeds.

The Apex enjoys being an integral part of the cultural landscape of West Suffolk and what better way to celebrate local talent than hosting a showcase dedicated to up-coming bands and performers.

Controversial proposals to up councillor allowances in East Suffolk by 53% - more than £2,600 a year - have been given unanimous approval.

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