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Ipswich Town players will proudly carry the crest of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) on their back this coming season.

Police have halted filling in the landfill cell where they believe the body of missing RAF man Corrie McKeague is located.

The father of missing Corrie McKeague blocked the entrance to the Cambridgeshire landfill site just days after police called off their search for the RAF serviceman.

Funnel clouds - the infants of full scale tornados - were reported across East Anglia over the weekend.

Check out our list of dog friendly beaches so your four legged friend doesn’t have to miss out on the family outing.

Center Parcs has apologised for disruption caused to holidaymakers who were evacuated from shops, restaurants and a swimming pool at its Elveden resort after a customer reported overhearing someone mention a suspect device.

The family of missing man Corrie McKeague believe a criminal investigation should take place if he is not found by police searching landfill for the RAF gunner.

The wealth of “enthusiasm” for keeping Sudbury tidy has been revealed at a meeting organised by the town council, which plans to get the community’s efforts “on the map”.

A community event in Sudbury has seen thousands of people come together to enjoy live music and activities for the whole family.

Dementia-friendly care homes, forward-thinking mental health services and a café for people with disabilities are among those through to the final of the 2017 Suffolk Care Awards.

Libraries face a challenging future under Brexit – but determined Suffolk communities will put up a fight to help them survive.

A petition has been launched to continue the landfill search for missing Corrie McKeague following the news that it has been called off.

The heartbroken mother of a popular 22-year-old from Colchester who took her own life has said more could have been done to help her daughter.

A Sudbury man has completed a circumnavigation of Jersey in a kayak to raise money for a meningitis charity 20 years after he recovered from the life-threatening infection.

When the sun finally comes out it is great to have a day in the park and there are plenty to choose from in Suffolk and north Essex. Here are eight of our favourites.

Drinks group Konings has unveiled plans to expand capacity at the Copella fruit juice site near Sudbury, potentially creating more than 100 new jobs.

A total of 31 care providers have been selected as finalists for this year’s Suffolk Care Awards.

A £3.8million funding boost has been given to the NHS in Essex and Suffolk for three major projects.

Today marks tell an old joke day, how many people can you make laugh?

Certified puppy breeders have spoken out over a hard-hitting new report which names Suffolk and Essex as illegal puppy farming hotspots.

This weekend is Jimmy’s annual festival, so we have created a stage set time list so you know where to be and when.

A paramedic for the East of England Ambulance Service has been suspended for six months on grounds of misconduct for failing to provide the correct care to a patient whose heart had stopped.

The family of missing man Corrie McKeague believe a criminal investigation should take place if he is not found by police searching landfill for the RAF gunner.

A high profile Sudbury resident is urging local groups and individuals to stop being “apathetic” and use their collective voice to prevent the town from deteriorating in the face of significant changes.

Fresher, cooler temperatures will be felt across the region on Thursday and Friday – a welcome relief from today’s humid conditions.

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Yesterday, 15:02

Ipswich Town players will proudly carry the crest of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) on their back this coming season.

Some of the fittest athletes in the region dug deep to prove themselves at the second annual Suffolk Games over the weekend.

It was a thriller at Bury St Edmunds where the home team beat Ipswich at the first play-off hole in their Stenson Shield quarter-final.

In Mike Bacon’s bites this week: The BBC pay debate, life without the Open of free TV and how ITFC would love an Ipswich Witches home run!

Suffolk PGA, the inaugural winners of the PGA England and Wales inter-county Championship, will look to kick-start their bid to reclaim the title they won four years ago at the East qualifying event taking place at Bush Hill Park on Tuesday.

James Reiss has named a competitive Aldeburgh squad for the visit of Felixstowe Ferry in the quarter-final of the Stenson Shield on Saturday. It promises to be a keenly-fought match. Reiss misses the match because of a wedding, so Roger Taylor takes over as captain.

In the Danny King column this week, the Premier League Pairs, who will win the British GP, Witches and Lions latest – and why Danny’s TV exploded!

Next week both the Suffolk men’s and ladies’ teams travel to compete in this year’s Summer Aegon County Cup Competition.

Ipswich Town fans seem to agree with Mick McCarthy’s decision not to offer former Newcastle United centre-half Steven Taylor a new deal.

Newton Green won the Suffolk Junior Team Championship for the third successive year by one Stableford point in a dramatic final against Ipswich at Bury St Edmunds.

Richard Neal has been appointed as the new chief executive of Suffolk FA.

Elliott Banks-Browne leads Suffolk hopes in tomorrow’s Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship, at Blaxhall.

In his latest Bacon’s Bites, Mike Bacon discusses The Open, the media storm surrounding Andy Murray’s correction of a journalist following his Wimbledon loss and brave Bradley Lowery.

The region’s top non-league sides discovered who they will be facing on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 season today.

This week the Ipswich player completed a brilliant 11-shot win on the Jamega Tour at The Players Club.

Sunny Tianlang Wang is not your average 10-year-old.

The trainee structural engineer from Stonham Parva had barely a yard in hand over the short-distance grass track champion from Chelmsford whose sprint is not to be sniffed at.

Ipswich Witches 52 Sheffield Tigers 38

Well, it could have been more. It should have been more.

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