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Monday 1st September
A British talk show host who was shot dead in the United States was due to appear before a grand jury on the day he was killed, it is revealed.
Sunday 31st August
An inmate serving a life sentence, who absconded from Hollesley Bay open prison in Suffolk earlier this year, is recaptured in Hertfordshire.
About 440 soldiers from Royal Anglians 2nd Battalion have been awarded military medals for their service in Afghanistan.
Saturday 30th August
A US television host and former Suffolk dance school teacher was shot dead by his son-in-law at his home in Louisiana, local police say.
Christophe Berra's second-half header for Ipswich denies Derby victory at home for the first time this season.
People are asked to take photos documenting the changes to World War Two airfields across East Anglia.
Friday 29th August
Rail engineering work will take place on Sunday as Network Rail decides to press ahead after disruption earlier this week.
The East of England Ambulance Service is fined £1.2m over failures to meet emergency response times.
A village, which voted to restore the number of geese on its green, is having to deal with complaints about waste around its play area.
More than 100 piglets thought to be worth about £3,000 are stolen from a farm in Cavenham.
Thursday 28th August
New signalling, part of a £25m upgrade, being installed at Ipswich rail station is found to contain faults.
Detectives renew their appeal for information after an 87-year-old woman was strangled and her body set alight on her mattress 30 years ago.
A consultation into proposed sites for Gypsies and travellers is stopped, with the original seven locations dropped completely.
The £232,000-a-year chief executive of two health trusts claimed up to £30,000 in expenses over the past year, it emerges.
Wednesday 27th August
A new development of social housing has been halted and may have to be demolished after a landslip.
Network Rail reconsiders planned engineering work in East Anglia after the disruption which followed last weekend's over-running works.
A medical student who was missing for three months in Hungary drowned in the River Danube, an inquest hears.
Tuesday 26th August
The British volunteer nurse William Pooley, who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, has been given the experimental drug ZMapp.
An MP calls for resignations after trains on the Norwich to London line are cancelled as weekend engineering works over-run.