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A German-owned agricultural company based in Suffolk is set to continue to invest in the UK - whatever the outcome of the UK's Brexit crisis, says its UK and Ireland boss.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. Here he heads to the Thurrock parkrun, Orsett Heath

Ipswich Town are set to spend pre-season in Germany, with general manager of football operations Lee O'Neill confirming the summer trip is in the planning stage.

Farmers must try to avoid a 'just get on with it' attitude that could risk them coming off worse in the Brexit stakes, a farmers' leader has warned.

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.

Anthony Ogogo has announced his retirement from professional boxing due to an eye injury.

A remembrance service to mark the 74th anniversary of a famous Second World War parachute and glider operation will take place in Essex.

A flag showing poppies in a battlefield has been flying over an Ipswich home since November and it will stay there say the residents, despite a complaint to the council.

Rock Barracks is staying open, according to Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, as the Woodbridge army base prepares to take on a new specialist capability.

Rock Barracks is staying open, according to Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, as the Woodbridge army base prepares to take on a new specialist capability.

Half a century since Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, visitors to a Bury St Edmunds exhibition got to enjoy a surreal close-up lunar experience.

Robert 'Bob' Carter witnessed atomic bomb tests in the Pacific, rode the Middle East oil boom of the 1970s and even drove to Iran

Crowds of people flocked to RAF Honington today to wave goodbye to the Tornado jet on the aircraft's farewell tour.

The skeleton of the new "The Hold" heritage centre and records office in Ipswich is now taking shape on the campus of the University of Suffolk.

It is a bitterly cold winter's evening, with temperatures forecast to fall further overnight and a crowd of people, each rubbing their hands and stomping their feet to keep warm, has gathered in Ipswich's Elm Street.

A variety of rare wristwatches are to go under the hammer in Suffolk next week, including a rare Italian World War Two era watch that could reach £30,000.

Rachel Clare had a real-life family tragedy she wanted to tell people about, and dreamed of writing a novel. Then a holiday in East Anglia provided the spark to make it happen.

RAF Honington is one of the locations set for a flypast from the Tornado jet as the warplane embarks on its farewell tour next week.

An Army veteran who served across two continents is heading up a project to restore a priceless piece of British history in an effort to help ex-servicemen cope with PTSD.

The family of a former wheelchair athlete born without the use of his legs are appealing for funds to help him buy a new specially-adapted car, helping to transform his mobility.

ANDY WARREN looks at the issues needing resolutions at Ipswich Town before the January transfer window closes at 11pm tomorrow night.

James Marston says Brexit has to be sorted and we might have to accept that none of us will be happy

Tough times may be ahead for the farming industry, but farmland is often seen as a safe harbour in uncertain times, East Anglian land agents point out as the farming industry grapples with the fall-out from the current political uncertainty created by the Brexit impasse.

Photographer David Kindred has put together a stunning collection of pictures of Felixstowe seafront from more than 50 years ago.

A Colchester veteran who claims he suffered a campaign of abuse while serving in Suffolk has launched a fight to crack down on bullying in the Army.

Stealing hedges can be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what thieves will take, as Lynne Mortimer discovers.

After Sir Andy Murray's emotional press conference when he announced he would be retiring from tennis, TalkSport presenter and former Ipswich player Alan Brazil had a bit to say about the sportsman's tears.

Exit Day is the edgy new tale from Lavenham writer David Laws, who says 'if you have a theory on Brexit, I bet you won't have thought of this one'

Stansted Airport recorded its busiest ever year as it welcomed over 28 million passengers in 2018, an increase of 2.1 million passengers and 8.1% per cent over the previous 12 months.

Well-known ex-RAF character from family business E.R. & R.T. Rackham Ltd dies at 94. Loved Ipswich Town, Frank Sinatra songs and a flutter on the horses

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