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Today schools and nurseries across Suffolk and north Essex are pulling on their Pudsey ears and raising plenty of pennies for Children in Need 2019.

Today is the day that proud mums, dads and grandparents can get their hands on the special East Anglian Daily Times reception class photo supplement featuring primary schools across Suffolk.

An artist inspired by the East Anglian countryside is preparing for a fundraising exhibition after completing 100 drawings in 100 days to help a farming mental health charity.

Following a damning report which highlighted the stress fireworks can cause to animals, the RSPCA have released important advice for keeping pets safe this firework night.

If you are looking for something spooky to entertain the children this Halloween head down to Charter Square in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday night.

A website advertising a fake university in Queen Street has been shut down after it attempted to scam thousands of pounds from overseas students looking to obtain a degree in Suffolk.

It's the moment proud mums, dads and grandparents in Suffolk have been waiting for - and now the dates for our First Class special pull-out of photos has been confirmed.

The first major assessment of a "Payment by Results" pilot scheme in Suffolk and Norfolk has shown that farmers are more motivated to develop nature-friendly practices and are delivering "exceptional results" for wildlife.

A rejuvenated East Anglian fishing industry could restore hundreds of jobs and boost our economy by £32m - but only if government policies can maximise the "once-in-a-generation chance" offered by Brexit.

A hedgehog hospital in Suffolk has been struggling to cope with the sheer number of new arrivals as warmer temperatures mean more baby hedgehogs are being born later in the year.

During a period of unprecedented change, farm businesses must evolve to stay ahead of the curve says BEN UNDERWOOD, East regional director for the Country Land and Business Association (CLA East).

Today schools, charities and other community organisations are hosting events across Suffolk and north Essex to raise awareness of mental health issues.

People across Suffolk and north Essex have been praised for their hardiness as it has been revealed they wait the longest in the country before switching on their heating.

Gardeners have been warned to keep their hedges in check amid reports of shrubbery overgrowing onto roads and paths.

Exhibition about iconic Hadleigh shop Partridges highlights loads of fascinating facts about the past, including a murder and highway robbery

A vast tomato greenhouse covering an area larger than the O2 Arena will be built outside Bury St Edmunds as part of a £120m project creating 360 new jobs in Suffolk and Norfolk.

Stunning images of a blue tit have won a photographer from Orford a prestigious British Wildlife Photography Award.

Today servicemen and women from RAF Honington took part in a Battle of Britain Memorial parade in Bury St Edmunds.

Crowds of concerned parents have voiced their concerns at Suffolk County council's proposed closure of a Woodbridge children's centre.

The Suffolk superstar has taken to Instagram to share a picture of a derby grudge match where he is wearing a full Ipswich Town kit.

Families in Suffolk and Essex are experiencing a mini Bank Holiday heatwave at the moment and the good news is temperatures are set to remain high today.

Today students across Suffolk and North Essex will receive their GCSE Results.

Gok Wan is on the hunt for brides-to-be in Ipswich, who are ready to 'Say Yes to the Dress' for the new series of the hit show.

The mum of an Ipswich teenager who had his £450 bike stolen fears the perpetrators are "getting away with it".

Yesterday the hottest temperature in the whole country was recorded in Suffolk and today it is expected to be even hotter.

From monster trucks to motorbike football, be prepared to hear the roar of thousands of engines at the Festival of Wheels at Trinity Park next month.

Children's dreams came true at a family festival at Trinity Park in Ipswich over the weekend.

Organisers of the Latitude Festival had to pause performances on three of their main stages as a safety precaution, whilst a huge storm cloud hovered over Henham Park.

A friendly seal has become a social media star after it was captured on camera swimming in Kirton Creek off the River Deben earlier this week.

Keep your eyes on the skies this evening and you could spot a partial lunar eclipse, which ties in with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings.

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