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A drone pilot has been photographing some of Suffolk’s most iconic scenes including the Tide Mill and St Mary’s Church at Woodbridge.

Officials have refused to confirm when triple murderer David McGreavy will walk free – or if he is already out in the community – after he was cleared for release from a Suffolk prison.

East Anglia continues to thrive as one of the leading theatre centres outside London. And this season there are a raft of premieres coming our way.

Suffolk Coastal deputy leader Geoff Holdcroft will retain his role at the council – despite sparking a row after appearing to describe Ipswich as a “cesspit”.

A Suffolk activist known as ‘Wildlife Gadgetman’ is calling on people to make plastic waste reduction their New Year’s resolution as he looks ahead to 2019.

The reputation of Woodbridge as an interesting shopping destination is enhanced by its range of independent traders.

We look back over the year and finds that despite the High Street woes, there was plenty for local companies to celebrate in 2018.

A tech company based in Woodbridge has been named in a ‘Top 100 fastest growing businesses in the UK’ report.

David Attenborough’s stunning Blue Planet series prompted businesses and individuals to question the use of plastics and explore ways of ditching them.

The independent body responsible for triple murderer David McGreavy’s release has insisted it will never free dangerous criminals until it is “convinced” it is safe to do so.

A village shop which closed suddenly, leaving employees jobless and residents without a village store is to re-open in time for Christmas.

A Suffolk farm manager for Woodbridge-based Gressingham Foods has received a poultry industry accolade.

A man who killed three small children and impaled their bodies on railings more than 40 years ago has been cleared for release from a Suffolk prison – prompting fear in the local community.

Christmas is now just around the corner, which means it is almost time for the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star’s annual carol concert.

The Surviving Winter campaign has had its best opening month - with more that £65,000 pledged already towards keeping the most vulnerable of our community warm through winter.

This year’s Surviving Winter appeal has got off to one of its best ever starts in Suffolk – and has been boosted by a record £30,000 match funding pledge.

In recognition of its commitment to help military veterans’ transition into the workplace, Drain Doctor Anglia has signed the Armed Forces Covenant to pledge that armed forces personnel, veterans, reservists and their families will be treated fairly by the business.

One Suffolk jewellery maker has had a right royal result after the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle was spotted wearing a pair of her earrings in New Zealand.

A pan fire in a high rise block of flats resulted in 11 fire engines being called out in Newmarket.

The manager of a popular Christmas Wonderland in Clacton has hit back at Tendring District Council for threatening to shut down his festive attraction.

Woodbridge’s high street was a hive of colour and excitement today as shoppers, businesses and local charities showed their support for the town’s nomination in Great British High Street Awards.

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

Students in east Suffolk are being given the chance to present their views directly to council bosses.

Final preparations are underway as Woodbridge hopes to wow the judges of a top award.

Two ‘rare’ pockets of former parkland and woodland near Woodbridge with freehold guide prices of £160k and £210k are set to be auctioned off.

An educational publisher with a long history in East Anglia has started a new chapter after moving to new premises at Melton, near Woodbridge.

Woodbridge Town Council has added its voice to the growing opposition to the Melton Hill development.

Looking for a holiday home with a difference? East Anglia boasts all kinds of weird and wonderful homes from home.

Buses will replace all trains running between Ipswich and Halesworth today as work is carried out on the track.

An energy leader has praised two female students from the eastern region after they scooped the top accolade for their energy course.

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