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Our food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out this year’s Christmas crisps and snacks.

Suffolk-based digital voucher provider Pressi has launched a new scheme to provide companies with a flexible reward and incentive scheme, Pressi Corporate Choice.

Obituary: He headed Ford dealership Potters of Framlingham, but there was so much more to ‘Mr John’ than cars, trucks and tractors

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

“Oh I wish it could be Christmas, every day…” Frankly, it can be, because the Christmas advertising has started on TV and unless you channel your inner rock star and throw the box out of the window, there’s no escaping it. TV editor Stacia Briggs reviews the festive ads.

Emily Cotton heads to Spoons World Buffet in Ipswich to indulge on cuisines from across the globe.

A young Suffolk fighter has been tipped for the top after winning two fights in two weeks, beating foes in both Sweden and Scotland.

Stansted Airport has denied that the recent collapse of Primera Air was because the flights it was operating from there were loss-making.

The children at an Ipswich school travelled through time as their classroom was transformed into a makeshift Victorian hospital to mark Florence Nightingale Day.

Following injuries to strikers Jon Walters and Ellis Harrison, manager Paul Hurst has some thinking to do. In part one of this feature, STUART WATSON looks at five options when it comes to free agents.

Ipswich Ladies won the Cranworth Salver for the 10th time when they recovered from a foursomes deficit to beat Felixstowe Ferry at Bramford Golf Centre, writes Tony Garnett.

Researchers in London have linked the sunshine food-filled Med diet with better mental health.

Bigger cranes may spell bigger profit at Felixstowe Port, but a question mark hangs over whether future growth could be impacted by the prospect of a no deal Brexit.

Stansted Airport has passed the rolling 27 million passengers a year milestone for the first time in the airport’s history, following its busiest ever month and a record breaking summer.

Ipswich motocross ace Jake Nicholls already has one British title in the bag this season – and is gunning for title No.2.

Paul Hurst is hopeful of landing an experienced, physical, striker before Friday’s loan deadline but has admitted a move for Curtis Tilt is now unlikely.

A Suffolk couple are heading off on the trip of a lifetime, covering thousands of miles across the globe.

A business owner and grandmother whose bag was stolen at a local supermarket has spoken of her ordeal.

Turkey giant Bernard Matthews says it is “back on track” after securing a major supermarket contract which has underpinned the creation of 400 new jobs.

Essex fruit juice makers Cotchel and marmalade makers Thursday Cottage have each scooped a celebrated three star accolade at the 2018 Great Taste Awards.

A district and county councillor who allegedly said it was “unbelievable” Sadiq Khan had been elected mayor of London has been expelled from the Conservative party.

Teenage striker Ben Morris has his sights set on a breakthrough season for Ipswich Town after receiving a surprise call-up for the England Under-19 squad.

Ipswich Town duo Trevoh Chalobah and Ben Morris have officially been named in the England squad that has travelled to Finland for the European Under-19 Championships.

Trevoh Chalobah will not be with the Ipswich Town squad at Braintree tomorrow and is set to miss a large chunk of pre-season after being called up by England.

Ex-Ipswich Town groundsman Alan Ferguson is in charge of the showpiece surface at the World Cup in Russia. Stuart Watson spoke to the Scotsman.

Ipswich Town will move quickly to try and land Paul Hurst as their next manager following Shrewsbury Town’s League One Play-Off Final defeat yesterday. STUART WATSON looks at some of his transfer success stories.

Suffolk auctioneer Hayden, and his teenage son, to cycle through three countries for charity.

John Norman finishes his story about the enterprise behind the first flat-packaged patio set for Tesco.

John Norman on the local entrepreneur who supplied our emerging middle class and even Queen Victoria

A new four-part series sees former politician Michael Portillo searching for the country’s darkest secrets - including Suffolk’s Orford Ness where experiments were carried out with the atomic bomb

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