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

A former East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star sports reporter completed his first half-marathon at the weekend less than three years since he was diagnosed with a form of leukaemia.

The winners of our Books for Schools campaign have been announced.

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.

Suffolk’s junior boys’ team had a remarkable day at the annual English Schools Cross Country Championships, held at a very wet and windy Leeds yesterday.

Suffolk athletes enjoyed unprecedented success at the annual Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships, held at Loughborough yesterday, winning both the under-13 races and recording excellent results elsewhere.

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.

After the success of the Yates nightclub gallery on our sister newspaper’s website the Ipswich Star, we have joined forces with Carbon in Stowmarket to launch a similar gallery for the East Anglian Daily Times.

The best of East Anglia’s tourism industry have been recognised at an annual award ceremony.

Shoppers at two supermarket stores in west Suffolk have shown their support for improvements to the cardiac department at a local hospital.

Journalists covering the six teams facing relegation from the Championship have their say on their side’s chances of beating the drop with 12 games remaining.

Karl Fuller says I suppose you have to take the rough with the smooth!

A series of free seminars aiming to empower businesses to take control of customer experiences is set to take place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

More than 250 people have already showed interest in getting trained in CPR through our ‘Learn to be a Lifesaver’ campaign.

The author of the Kevin Beattie biography is offering a discount on the book to anyone who shows they have donated to the Ipswich legend’s statue appeal.

Former Northgate teacher John Eaton has died. He spent more than 35 years at the Ipswich school – teaching geography and advising on careers as well as higher and further education opportunities.

A donation of the materials and manpower to build a plinth where the statue of Kevin Beattie will stand has given ‘The Beat Goes On’ fundraising campaign a huge boost.

Medical first responder Dr Jeremy Mauger sees the vital importance of CPR every week - and is urging people to learn for free through our new Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign.

Today we launch a joint campaign - Learn to be a Lifesaver - to help get more people in Suffolk trained in CPR.

The winner of the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star’s £1,000 giveaway says she is “overwhelmed” by the prize.

Top businesses across Suffolk and north Essex are being urged to get their entries in as the East Anglian Daily Times launches its prestigious annual business awards event.

Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to gain greater insight into physical and digital marketing are being offered a free information session, courtesy of Archant.

The campaign for a statue of Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie, has now reached £20,000 in less than two months.

Following the success of our Sports Equipment and Books For Schools campaigns in 2018 we are delighted to announce a new partnership with CreativeHUT that will allow us to provide LEGO Education resources to schools across the county.

The campaign for a statue of Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie, has now reached around £19,000 in just six weeks.

Colchester stalwart Sir Bob Russell was informed of his passing after his Wikipedia page was edited - informing people that he died.

It was eight years to the day that four men from two tight knit west Suffolk communities died when they were crushed to death in an industrial accident.

Nominate your favourite food and drink businesses in Suffolk before the deadline on February 17.

Sir Derek Jacobi is throwing his support behind a sponsored walk aimed at raising money for an historic Suffolk playhouse.

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