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Ed Sheeran stunned Snow Patrol fans at the Ipswich Regent tonight, joining them for a performance of their biggest hit, 'Chasing Cars'.

Snowflakes and sparkling decorations brought the festive spirit to Ipswich as hundreds of people celebrated the switch-on of the town's Christmas stunning lights.

Nearly one in six potential voters in East Anglia could lose their chance to take part in the 2019 General Election according to new figures from the Electoral Commission.

A Suffolk village community is mulling over the prospect of buying out a pub after it was revealed it is due to close later this year.

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You really would have thought West Suffolk MP and Health Secretary Matt Hancock would have learned to look at the image he is trying to portray of himself by now!

Suffolk's official film office is hoping to attract even more productions to the county after being involved in the development of an innovative new location database.

Cadbury's chocolate, mattress toppers and various houmous pots are a few of the items which are being recalled as they pose a potential health risk.

A rush-hour collision on the A12 is delaying traffic heading to Ipswich around Colchester this evening.

A car has burst into flames on the Orwell Bridge, closing the highway until a section of the A14 can be repaired.

Furious residents of a Suffolk town have been warned that Network Rail is preparing to cut back bushes and trees near their homes - in the middle of the night.

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