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Yesterday, 18:14
The Lego exhibition at Moyses Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds. One of the exhibits on show.

Lego enthusiasts in Suffolk are being pitted against one another in a ‘brick off’ competition.

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Yesterday, 16:11
Singing 'Yours' around central London (Picture: National Health Singers/ YouTube)

A choir of talented medics have been performing in Tube stations and outside London landmarks ‘singing for survival’ with their song to the NHS, ‘Yours’, since November.

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Yesterday, 16:05
Akhtar Javeed (Picture: West Midlands Police handout)

The daughter of an East Ham businessman shot dead by armed raiders in a “robbery that went wrong” has appealed to the public for help in finding her dad’s killers.

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Yesterday, 14:06
Tom Westley, bowling, is the new vice-captain of Essex

Tom Westley has been named Essex vice-captain across all three formats of the game, after signing a contract extension which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2018 season.

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Yesterday, 13:52
Wisbech school artist in residence and after school club art teacher  Terry Martin during filming for CBBC show Art Ninja

A Wisbech art teacher is on a CBBC programme that gives top tips to children on how to get creative.

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Yesterday, 13:35
Still from a video showing possible flood defences for Exmouth.

A 3D virtual flight over Exmouth has been created to explain possible future flood defences for the town.

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Yesterday, 12:00
St Mary-at-the-Quay church.

The medieval Waterfront building is undergoing a £5million transformation to become a multi-use community centre with a wellbeing and heritage centre theme.

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Yesterday, 11:04
Ben Pringle (centre) celebrates League One play-off victory at Rotherham

Ipswich Town are set to announce the loan signing of Ben Pringle, from Championship rivals Fulham, on a 93-day emergency loan.

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Yesterday, 10:30
The victim's purse had £50 in it (Credit: PA/Jon Giddens)

An elderly woman has had her purse stolen from her handbag as she shopped in Uxbridge town centre, and now police have released video of the ‘damaging’ crime to make sure the thief “faces justice for what they have done”.

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Yesterday, 10:00
Volunteers at the Roxy, who are raising £5k to replace the sound system.

Volunteers who help to run one of the smallest cinemas in the country are fundraising to replace its out-of-date equipment.

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Yesterday, 09:58
Junior Doctors Strike at Ipswich Hospital

Junior doctors at Ipswich Hospital are among those taking part in the second organised 24-hour strike in a protest over pay and conditions.

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Yesterday, 09:24
Do you know who they are? Police want to talk to these men in connection with a robbery

An 18-year-old had a terrifying experience as he queued up to buy food in a McDonalds in Romford last night - he was threatened with a knife and acid.

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Yesterday, 08:17
Do you know who they are? Police want to talk to these men in connection with a robbery

Police have issued CCTV images after reports that three men attempted to rob an 18-year-old at a McDonald’s in Romford last night (Tuesday), threatening him with a knife and acid.

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Tue, 16:31
Bucklesham Grange care home, Ipswich celebrate shrove Tuesday with a pancake race and pancake tossing 
Debbie and John with Daniel rowark

Flipping good fun was had by all at Bucklesham Grange Care Home this afternoon as a range of games and activities were put on to mark Shrove Tuesday.

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Tue, 13:19
An AirItalia plane trying to land at London City Airport yesterday afternoon (Picture: YouTube)

Watch the terrifying moment a pilot was forced to abandon landing at London City Airport because of Storm Imogen’s blasts.

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Tue, 13:02
Josh Emmanuel, pictured playing for the first team at Brentford on the opening day, played for the under 21s at Griffin Park.

A second-half goal from Chris Smith earned a young Ipswich Town under 21 side a point away at Brentford yesterday.

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Tue, 12:55
Huntingdon Flip-a-thon, Ruth Savage, with Guide Dog Goldie,

Huntingdon served up a treat for Shrove Tuesday, as the annual Pancake Flipathon got under way on February 9.

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Tue, 08:30
Students from across Huntingdonshire took part in a flash mob to spread their smoke free message

Pupils from St Ivo School and St Peter’s School joined a singing flash mob to surprise shoppers with their smoke free message.

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Tue, 08:27
The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk protest taking place in Norwich centre in January 2016. Photo: Steve Adams

The practice of sending mentally ill people long distances for treatment should end, a commission has said, as experts branded some services “potentially dangerous”.

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Mon, 16:03
Parent Catherine Kelly with some of the pupils at Katherine Semar Infant School who made the gingerbread scene

It’s not often that pupils get to smash up all their hard work, and even more rare that they get to eat it.

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Mon, 14:53
Launch of the great East Swim 2016.

One of Britain’s top open water swimmers has said the amazing challenge of the sport should inspire people to take part in one of the region’s largest mass-participation swimming events.

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Mon, 14:10
A leopard attacks a man at a school in Bangalore, India. Officials say the leopard wandered into the school in southern India and injured three people as it tried to escape.  (AP Photo/APTN)

A leopard has wandered into a school in southern India and injured three people as it tried to escape, officials said.

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Mon, 13:21
The pups when they arrived at the Mayhew

Three neglected puppies which were left to die after being dumped on a road on Boxing Day are now looking for a new home.

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Mon, 11:55
People came up with some imaginative excuses for not paying for a TV licence. PA Photo/thinkstockphotos.

Some of the excuses people gave for not paying for a TV licence have been revealed as licensing officers uncover a host of pitiful reasons given by viewers across East Anglia.

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Mon, 11:39
Protesters outside County Hall spreading the message on how they feel the cuts will impact on the people of Norfolk. Photo: Steve Adams

People in Norfolk look set for a council tax increase after councillors recommended a hike to head off cuts to frontline services.

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Mon, 11:00
4  Its time for Youssouf Mulumbu to make an impact at City  before its too late. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Following a damaging loss at bottom-of-the-table Aston Villa for the Canaries, David Freezer assesses how Alex Neil and his players can bring an end to their shocking downturn in top-flight form

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Mon, 10:44
Ilfracombe is lashed by Storm Imogen. Picture: Andrew Pettey.

Westward Ho! and Ilfracombe are among communities bracing for another high tide at 6pm this evening

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Nitro Circus in action. Photo: Mark Watson

Strap in Ipswich, you’re in for a wild ride when Travis Pastrana’s world famous Nitro Circus Live lands at Foxhall Stadium this summer.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
Daryl Murphy beats QPR captain Nedum Onuoha to the ball during the second half

Match highlights as Matt Phillips scores a late winner, condemning Ipswich Town to a late defeat at QPR.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
Air Training Cadets corps parading through Felixstowe to mark 75th anniversary of the movement

A number of air training cadets paraded through two Suffolk towns today to mark 75 years of the movement.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
Jordan Veretout of Aston Villa is fouled by Gary ONeil of Norwich during the Barclays Premier League match at Villa Park, Birmingham. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Mountain climbing is a skill which Norwich City’s players are finding too much of a challenge this season, and one which midfielder Gary O’Neil has had quite enough of.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
The marauding Vikings are chased out of Norwich Castle by Snap the Dragon, back to the libary at the Forum, for National Libraries Day. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The city’s clocks were turned back to the ninth century this weekend after marauding Vikings had to be chased away from Norwich Castle by Snap the Dragon and a group of Whifflers.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
(from left to right) Hannah Veal, 13, Alicia Gonzalez, 15, Scott Richardson, Jay Douglas, Cirsty Young, 16 and Alyssa Frank, 12 at Drapers' Academy where pupils and teachers took part in a lip sync battle in their school hall.

Who do you think would win in a sing-off between Ed Sheeran, the Spice Girls, Celine Dion and Justin Bieber?

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Sunday, February 7, 2016
Students arrive at Abbey Road (Picture: Faith Wright)

Music students from Weston-super-Mare were given the opportunity to perform at one of the world’s most famous recording studios – London’s Abbey Road.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Tommy Smith causing chaos in the QPR penalty area as he does an overhead kick in amongst a posse of defenders

Chief football writer Stuart Watson has his say following Ipswich Town’s 2-1 loss at Queens Park Rangers

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Norwich City crashed to a fifth consecutive Premier League defeat in a 2-0 loss at Aston Villa. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil challenged his under-performing Norwich City players to prove they are good enough for the Premier League after slipping into the bottom three following a 2-0 defeat at relegation rivals Aston Villa.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Joleon Lescott heads Aston Villa in front in a 2-0 Premier League win over Norwich City. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich slumped to a fifth consecutive Premier League defeat in a desperate 2-0 loss at rock-bottom Aston Villa on Saturday.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Fire fighters at the scene of the fire at former DGT offices at Lenwade. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An investigation into the cause of a fire at offices at Lenwade is still ongoing.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Row2Recovery

A Wisbech man and former Irish guardsman who lost a limb in Afghanistan seven years ago, is celebrating after being part of the first all-amputee team to row the Atlantic.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Priscilla 'Sapphira' Silcock, of Blackstock Road, Highbury, is leading a world record attempt for the biggest ever burlesque dance. She is pictured centre with Joy Flatt, left, and Justine Lamond, right

An ambitious dancer and singer from Highbury is organising a 300-strong burlesque spectacular a week today – so she can attract the attention of Sir Richard Branson.

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