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.

The search has been launched to find this year's Stars of Suffolk - the ordinary people who do extraordinary things in the county.

A feast of food and fun along with acres of creativity can be found at the East of England Food, Home & Crafts Fair laid out in and around The Millennium Grandstand, on Newmarket Racecourse at the beginning of April.

Father and son television, theatre and film actors, Timothy and Samuel West will be 'in conversation' at Bury Theatre Royal in April raising funds for the Georigian Theatre's 200th anniversary celebrations.

A former bank in Stowmarket is set for a new lease of life as a community hub for entertainment after it was taken over by the world-famous John Peel Centre.

What makes a great British film? Something that captures the essence of the British character or sense of humour. Which of these Great British Films have you seen?

More than 300 people are now CPR trained thanks to our Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign.

A pensioner whose heart-warming story inspired a special anniversary flypast to pay tribute to a fallen American air crew has visited two Suffolk airbases to thank those involved.

A team of Suffolk quizzers became the first team in Eggheads' 16-year history to answer every question right - can you do the same?

World-famous author Ian McEwan is one of a host of big names who will appear at this year's Lavenham Literary Festival.

The search is on for the paw-fect poster pooch to front Suffolk's biggest annual canine celebration - following in the furry footsteps of previous stars.

Suffolk's bishops visited the county's oldest working water mill on the penultimate day of their Lent Pilgrimage.

The first images of a statue that will be erected in memory of Kevin Beattie, Ipswich Town's greatest ever player, can be revealed today.

Do little children really need their grandma to offer them advice for a lifetime - or would they rather she gave them an ice-cream?

Dancers of all ages are showing off their skills to a special celebrity judge in a star-studded competition organised by Ipswich School of Dancing.

He started working the same year that England won the world cup, the BBC first broadcast in colour and the first credit card was launched in the UK, but now, after five decades of service, this power worker from Stonham Aspal is retiring.

During the trial of six men accused of killing Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, the media was prohibited from linking to music videos produced by members of the JBlock gang under the name YTBYTN.

The Norfolk Brewhouse has been announced as the champion of champions in the East of England Co-op Producer of the Year awards 2019, with awards also going to The Cake Shop Bakery of Suffolk and Thursday Cottage of Essex.

The Businesswoman's Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a birthday bash at the Jobserve Community Stadium in Colchester.

MPs from across the region are preparing for more crucial Brexit votes after the government's second heavy defeat on a "meaningful vote" on Tuesday evening.

Years & Years are Ready For You this summer as they head to Newmarket Racecourse for their summer concert series.

More than 80 people became potential lifesavers today - as the first of our free 'Learn to be a Lifesaver' CPR training sessions got under way.

Two top Suffolk landmarks have won third place awards after being nominated for this year's BBC Countryfile Magazine honours.

BBC Radio Suffolk's Mark Murphy says he has it on good authority that feeding bread to the swans is perfectly fine. Do you agree though?

A Suffolk sous chef has made the regional finals of a prestigious competition judged by top chefs, including Michel Roux junior.

A groundbreaking initiative to allow mothers to see their newborn babies at times when they have to be separated has been launched at West Suffolk Hospital.

The latest wave of acts heading to Latitude Festival for its 14th year this summer have been announced.

Ipswich Town fan Julie McCreadie became the UK's youngest female newspaper editor. She was a livewire who proposed in public on the London train, too

Cash from sales of a new beer dedicated to Ipswich Town great Kevin Beattie will be donated to the campaign for a statue of the Blues legend.

The first Suffolk venues for our joint Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign - where you can learn CPR for free - have been announced.

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