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The research has revealed the county is in the top 10 – with key indicators showing it’s a great place for pensioners to live.

Bosses behind the return of a market to Clare for the first time in 20 years have said they are buoyed by the response from the town – as some traders even sold out of produce.

With the V Festival getting under way, health chiefs say it’s important to make sure you are vaccinated if you are attending major events.

This quiz is bound to take you down memory lane – see how well you do at identifying what year these pictures of popular Ipswich spots were taken.

A few miles from Sudbury, just over the border into Essex, lies a wonderful place called Foxearth Meadows nature reserve.

Nearly 200 suspects are wanted by Suffolk police for crimes from rape to drug offences – but we can’t tell you who they are because officers say it would breach their privacy.

More than 1,700 people will be running through Ipswich this evening – here are the key details for those taking part and going along to cheer them on.

Urgent action needs to be taken against childhood obesity, leaders have warned, as new figures show at least 34 people aged under 25 in the East of England have Type 2 diabetes.

Health bosses are warning people to stay healthy and look after themselves during this year’s V Festival.

The president of the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce says the closure of the town’s Delphi plant “does not have to be a disaster” as the site can free up space for other companies.

Hundreds of sixth-formers today received their long-awaited A-level grades across west Suffolk following the biggest exam shake-up in a generation.

Don’t let travelling to the festival cause you stress, check out our how to get there guide so your journey goes smoothly.

The long-serving editor of the East Anglian Daily Times has announced his decision to retire at the end of September.

Thousands of students in Suffolk and Essex receive their long-awaited A-level results today, with early reports suggesting the region could post an unexpected rise in results amid national concerns over toughened-up reforms and exam “chaos”.

Thousands of students in Suffolk today find out their A-level results. Here is a guide for parents and students about what happens on the day and what to do after discovering your results, with advice from the University of Suffolk and UCAS.

Ipswich and Colchester hospitals are set to merge in a bid to create an organisation that can stand the test of time within an NHS that is at breaking point.

It has been almost 60 years since Sir Cliff Richard was signed to a music label. To celebrate, we have created a quiz that will test your knowledge of his lyrics.

A new Halloween event is creeping into Ipswich this year in support of a local hospice charity.

Are you stuck for ideas on what to do this weekend? Get some inspiration from our list of activities around Suffolk and north Essex from Friday, August 18, to Sunday, August 20.

Volunteers who bring coffee and company to isolated rural communities will soon be returning with renewed vigour following an “inspiring” fundraising campaign to replace their stolen vehicle.

A Sudbury gardener who took “up-skirt” pictures of young girls in shops and in the street has been jailed for 18 months.

Swords were among more than 700 bladed weapons found in Suffolk since May, figures from a week-long crackdown on knife crime reveal.

Hylands Park in Chelmsford will be full of festival goers this weekend but when will your favourites acts take to the stage.

Attitudes on what should be available on prescription have radically changed, a Suffolk survey has found, with 96% of people saying they are now prepared to buy medicine for minor conditions from a pharmacy.

Police officials and villagers attended a “moving” church ceremony yesterday to mark 200 years since the birth of the Met’s first black officer – who was born in Suffolk.

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Yesterday, 16:17

It was a mixed bag for Suffolk sides in the FA Cup over the weekend.

CHRIS BRAMMER shares his Ipswich Town ratings from the Blues’ 2-0 victory over Brentford on Saturday.

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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Ipswich Town defeated Brentford 2-0 at Portman Road on Saturday afternoon, thanks to goals from Martyn Waghorn and Joe Garner.

The Blues kept up their scintillating start to the season with a 2-0 home win over Brentford on Saturday afternoon.

Felixstowe & Suffolk Bowls Club dominated this year’s Suffolk Bowls (BE) County Competition Finals, taking three of the 12 county titles being played for and providing three of the runner-up places.

Brantham Athletic, after their sensational 7-2 victory at Felixstowe & Walton United in the previous round, are back in FA Cup action on Saturday, when they host Ryman North Cheshunt in the Preliminary Round.

Suffolk’s senior men over 35’s team are on a mission to match their younger counterparts and make it to Division One, writes Mike Watling.

A trio of Suffolk cricketers were awarded their county caps during the final Unicorns Championship match of the season, writes Nick Garnham.

Darren Ironside was the unlikely match-winner with the bat as Suffolk finished runners-up in the Eastern Division of this season’s Unicorns Championship, writes Nick Garnham.

Suffolk cricket claimed an impressive victory over Bedfordshire in their final three-day Minor Counties Championship clash of the season.

Ipswich Town won 4-3 at Millwall on Tuesday night, and we followed them every step of the way.

Woodbridge Motor Cycle Club laid out a special course at their Blaxhall motocross venue for round five of the ACU Eastern Enduro Championship.

Sudbury inflicted another heavy defeat on bottom club Bury St Edmunds, at Friars Street, to remain top of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy spoke to the assembled media at Playford Road on Monday afternoon, ahead of the Blues’ away game at Millwall on Tuesday night.

Alfie Halil became the first 16-year-old winner of the Faraday Trophy as Suffolk Open champion since Paul Buckle of Stowmarket 36 years ago.

AFC Yourshirts will enjoy home comforts as they start their bid to go one step further in this season’s Suffolk Primary Cup.

It’s all going swimmingly for Ipswich Town at the moment.

In the Thurlow Nunn Premier, energetic Thetford fully deserved their 2-0 victory at Long Melford, and with better finishing in the first half the score line could have been greater.

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A late strike from Adam Mills salvaged a point for new-look Sudbury in their opening league game of the season against a Canvey side who went down with AFC at the end of last term.

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