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Students have grilled local business leaders at the launch of West Suffolk College’s Global Enterprise Week.

Yesterday our photographers were out and about bringing you beautiful photos of Remembrance Day from across Suffolk and Essex.

Staff of a pre-school who saved the life of a three-year-old girl who suffered a cardiac arrest were among the community heroes celebrated as Stars of Suffolk tonight.

From life saving emergency crews to volunteers running a nightclub for those with learning disabilities, our community heroes gathered for The Stars of Suffolk awards ceremony 2018 at Trinity Park.

Peace at last – and ‘all the brag and bluster of 30 years shown to be folly and impotence’. What the EADT was reporting 100 years ago

It’s the Stars of Suffolk awards on Thursday – one of the highlights of the year in the county. Take a look at the finalists here.

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

A man with a megaphone has been protesting against an outdoor music project marking the end of the First World War at the Waterfront in Ipswich.

A protestor with a megaphone and siren has been disrupting an outdoor music project in Ipswich marking the end of World War One.

Diversity was the toast as the business community of Suffolk came together to recognise and celebrate the contribution of black and minority people in commerce.

Gina Long talks about former East Anglian Daily Times editor Terry Hunt about the things he loves - and hates - about East Anglia

The waiting will be over for dozens of Suffolk businesses, on Wednesday October 24, when the winners of the Suffolk BME Business Awards 2018 will be revealed.

The newly-introduced Universal Credit has been controversial across the country, with John Major even describing it as the new poll tax.

Our Books for Schools promotion gets out of the starting blocks tomorrow with the chance to collect your first token.

Suffolk’s sheriff has called for more organisations to pledge their support to a £100,000 fundraising campaign for an Ipswich foodbank charity.

Our Books for Schools promotion will finally get under way on Monday.

Our great Books for Schools promotion is just days away from starting, but there is still time to sign up.

Karl Fuller dedicates his column to Kevin Beattie this week, the Ipswich legend who died last weekend. And enjoys some of his best memories of the Town legend

We’re giving away £20,000 worth of books to primary schools in Suffolk – has your school signed up?

Time is almost up for nominating this year’s Stars of Suffolk, so make sure to tell us about your unsung heroes.

We have been busy taking pictures of your little ones in their new classes - find out when you can pick up your copy.

The EADT and Ipswich Star today calls for a permanent memorial for Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie.

As another weeks draws to a close, we look back at thow the week has played out on Twitter with a round up of tweets of the week from Suffolk..

A married Essex couple who had £600 taken from their bank account after their cards were stolen were shocked when Santander suggested it was them who withdrew the cash.

After his life was saved by a paramedic and a member of the public, ex-East Anglian Daily Times editor Terry Hunt is taking on a 60-mile trek to buy more defibrillators for Suffolk.

Dust off your dancing shoes, Strictly Come Dancing is waltzing back onto BBC One for its 16th series: meet our new Strictly reviewer, find out whether he can dance, how we can follow his live commentary of the show and what his new Strictly nickname will be.

Since the story of the opposition Nikki Davis faced over breastfeeding in public broke over the weekend, many people have given her their backing in an outpouring of support on the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star Facebook groups.

Luke Chambers is supporting the £10,000 youth football campaign which helps local teams get new sports equipment.

The Beano’s 80th birthday bash reminded us we’ve got an artist in our midst who’s drawn for the comic’s publisher for nigh on four decades. He explains why it’s still a success

The economic value of our natural landscapes has been underlined by new figures which show Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in Suffolk and north Essex are worth over £270m to the tourism sector.

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