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Another Ipswich name has followed in the footsteps of Town legends Terry Butcher, Kevin Beattie, Mick Mills and John Wark by playing at an international level.

A truck driver accused of killing a motorist said he steered to the wrong side of the road as an instinctual reaction to try to avoid a crash, a court heard.

A 29-year-old father of two young children was killed when an articulated lorry smashed head-first into his car on the wrong side of the road, a court has heard.

An animal feed firm which has its UK headquarters in Suffolk expects UK pig farmers to expand their herds 'in due course' once the uncertainties about Brexit disappear.

Suffolk enjoyed remarkable success at the annual Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships, with both Ruby Vinton and Ben Peck tasting victory in the under-13 races on an unforgettable day at Loughborough last Saturday.

The overlap of cross country and road running is always a busy time. Athletics correspondent Carl Marston spotlights various events, recent and future, and plots Suffolk runner Jack Millar's fine progress on the international stage

A keen motorcyclist who didn't know whether he would be able to ride again after he was involved in a road traffic accident has launched his own business giving leathers a new lease of life.

Tributes to Ezra Leverett, the 'face of Halesworth'

Jake Nicholls began riding a motorbike at just three years old, taking part in his first race on his 6th birthday, which he went on to win. Up until the age of 16, Jake raced Junior Motocross Bikes before turning professional. He was just 17 when he competed in his first World Championship. Sadly, an injury caused Jake to retire from the World Championship Scene in 2017. His highlights were being placed 4th in the World Championship 2012 and reaching the podium at the British Grand Prix. Last year Jake joined his father, Suffolk businessman Guy Nicholls, at Tru7 Group, where he is Operations Manager. Jake competes in the British Motocross Championship and loves living in Suffolk. He talks to Gina Long MBE

Celebrity crushes and a lunch date with Bradley 'Josh Lyman' Whitford

Top Suffolk athlete John (Jack) Millar celebrated his first appearance in an England senior vest, by taking two Maths exams!

A Suffolk Action Group is calling for the government to investigate a series of energy projects which they say will cause a "lifetime of destruction" in rural parts of east Suffolk.

Writer Joe Neal on the lost treasures of Colchester, saving newts from the bulldozers and why 'if you don't love enough, you'll always regret it'. Oh - and why Brexit's crucial

Many war video games glory in violence - but the game created by 25-year-old Henry Driver is based on a relative's real-life wartime tragedy

MPs from across the region are still trying to work out what will happen next on Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May started at whistle-stop tour of European capitals after pulling Tuesday's vote in the House of Commons.

A fast-growing East Anglian firm specialising in infection prevention products has made an "important strategic advance" into Europe after snapping up one of its distributors for £6m.

Suffolk stylist and social media sensation Eileen Lam has launched her third book featuring the "Dolly Treasures" and their adventures around the county - and beyond.

European freight specialists, Jordon, has been named as a finalist in the 2018 British International Freight Association Freight Service Awards.

Peace at last - and 'all the brag and bluster of 30 years shown to be folly and impotence'. What the EADT was reporting 100 years ago

It was full of poignancy and pageantry and attended by up to 800 people from across a wide spectrum of communities in Suffolk.

As the world prepares to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, a Suffolk-based group of military historians have pulled on their replica uniforms for the last time.

Triumphs and tears on the slow path to peace: How the EADT reported the last week of The Great War

A special proclamation to commemorate the end of the First World War and written by Newmarket Town Crier Brenda Willison is set to be performed across the world on Armistice Day.

Pig farmers' leaders have warned a 'no deal' Brexit could heighten the risk of animal diseases spreading.

From Einstein to one of the world's biggest computers, and from the discovery of oxygen to the birth of radio, radar and ready-meals - meet the people and marvel at the discoveries that have put our region at the forefront of science

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