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On a year when large public gatherings are mostly impossible, we've taken a look at some of the Christmas lights switch-on events of years gone by.
Residents across Suffolk are today marking St Edmund's Day - but who was St Edmund and why is he celebrated?
We take a look back at capital punishment in Suffolk and the stories of those who succumbed to and escaped the hangman's noose.
A new book by social historian Neil Storey has taken an affectionate look at all things Suffolk - a county he has known and loved for many years.
Thousands paid tribute today to all those who fought for our country, the commonwealth, the county.
In the spirit of Hallowe'en, we've looked into some of the more sinister myths and legends of Suffolk's past.