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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

Vanity Fair is one of the greatest novels about Waterloo: and this week the ITV series reached 1815 and the battle where Napoleon met his final defeat. But how much do you know about East Anglia’s link to the day that decided Europe’s fate?

An East Anglian pig farmer has called for a cull of wild pigs to help defend the UK herd against a devastating disease which has broken out in continental Europe.

UK pig farmers are being warned to be on the alert following an “extremely concerning” outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boar in Belgium.

Opinion How to save money on winter heating bills

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Autumn’s gathering pace and it won’t be long before we’re thinking about firing up the central heating again, writes thrifty living columnist Sheena Grant.

The summer of 1980 and I’m still a teenager. With room to spare. I don’t bop in public (lack of rhythm, self-conscious, feet with minds of their own) but in a parallel world I’m a lithesome Nureyev, swaying to a post-disco beat.

The Suffolk Singers will be returning to St Michael’s Church in Framlingham to perform next month.

Like thousands of young men from across the region, William Harvey signed up to join the army at the start of the Great War in 1914 – and fought for more than four years before he was killed just weeks before the armistice.

Suffolk drivers displayed trend-bucking patience on the roads during England’s World Cup campaign, according to new speed tracking statistics.

With The Beano celebrating it’s 80th birthday this summer, Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at different forms of comics and explores the rise the graphic novel. He examines how this increasingly important form of storytelling has blossomed into an art-form of its own

The Brexit effect is making UK livestock farmers reluctant to take investment decisions to grow their businesses, an animal feed farm said.

Members of the Long Melford branch of The Royal British Legion joined thousands on a pilgrimage of remembrance to a World War One battlefield, which culminated in a parade and ceremony in Belgium.

Passengers flying to and from Stansted Airport has complained of ruined holiday plans as pilots across five countries strike over pay and working conditions.

A strike by pilots has forced Ryanair to cancel flights to and from Germany at Stansted Airport tomorrow.

A Suffolk brewery has been pipped to the post for a major beer accolade.

Haulage firm Cargologic, which specialises in deliveries from East Anglia to the rest of the UK, has underlined the importance of the haulage sector after the UK’s exit from the European Union.

It looks like being a great year for East Anglia’s wine producers - and so for wine drinkers.

A seven-fold increase in applications for citizenship EU countries has panicked Lynne Mortimer into looking for lost ancestry

The bravery and heroism of a former soldier of the First World War who died from shrapnel wounds just a few days before the end of the conflict is to be commemorated.

The journey is finally over, and it has become clear that football is not coming home this year – but many say the experience has been worth it. We have been chatting to fans across Ipswich to gauge their reation to England’s semi-final loss.

A Suffolk couple have spoken of how they were caught up in a “terrifying” stampede which broke out in Nice amid France’s semi-final win in the World Cup.

It’s 28 years since the last time an England team reached the World Cup semi-finals in 1990. Fans have been sharing their memories of Bobby Robson’s England team.

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