Gallery: The photos that made the headlines
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A WEEKLY feature looking back at the photos behind this week’s top stories.
A sea of red noses crowded Colchester’s Mercury Theatre as the biggest choir in Suffolk and Essex recorded its own fundraising song for Comic Relief 2013.
While staff at the EADT donned comedy ties for the cause.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) received a £1,000 boost from staff at Greater Anglia.
One of the region’s rarest breeds welcomed a new stallion to the family, Bowler, who was born and bred in Little Horkesley near Colchester, has become one of only 21 Suffolk Punch stallions to be included on the Suffolk Society Horse list.
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Humphrey the Belgian shepherd arrived as a stray at Pampered Pets, near Woodbridge but has now been rehomed while vet Tony Doncaster was this week honoured at a well-attended party as he retired from being president of a dog training club.
The first Park Run at Abbey Meadows, in Thetford, proved a successful day, as did the first of three wheelchair rugby taster sessions held at Woodbridge Rugby Club.
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- 3 Felixstowe beach hut goes on sale for record price
- 4 Woman's body found in village home
- 5 Indian Covid variant being monitored in Suffolk after one case confirmed
- 6 A14 delays as police deal with incident near Orwell Bridge
- 7 A14 re-opens after medical emergency
- 8 ‘Unique’ farm in coveted river setting hits market for first time in 60 years
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- 10 How many of these 11 award-winning Suffolk food businesses do you know?
Students at Farlingaye High School in Woodbridge took to the stage for their adaptation of West End classic Les Miserables.
And the Barton Players’ are celebrating 35 years of pantomime this week.