Tony Whatling, who has died at 94, opened in 1951. He'd even be there on Christmas Day, in case folk had forgotten anything vital
They include the day a sleeping baby survived an explosion which tore a boat 'to atoms'
There's the Millennium Green, shops with character, and plenty more. Have we missed your favourite things?
Comic shop staff cast their votes. Have they got it right? Who has missed out?
Cole's has been making them for 80 years. Here are some Christmas puddings past and present. What's your favourite?
Tributes to devoted Suffolk hospital nurse once called the 'hardest-working woman in the UK' and 'one of life's angels'
As we slip reluctantly into autumn, see what you recall of a summer marked by heatwaves, fierce storms and drama on the cricket field
Dudley had run The Crown and other Adnams hotels, and helped start Southwold Literature Festival
Rosie and husband Michael launched Open Christmas, to help people alone on December 25. It's still going strong
Village honours clergyman who wrote about a woman spending 12 years in bed and the teacher who couldn't read or write
You may be familiar with the Foulger Transport fleet. Linda, wife of Richard, tells us more about the man behind the vans
With the UN suggesting we're all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing
He was involved with Norwich Shopmobility and the Boudicca Way trail, and checking that shops and restaurants had decent access
'During my really dark days it is the garden that has been my driving force,' says Jane. It's open on May 11
Romantic Novel of the Year award winner on her 22nd book, George Clooney and why she'd make 'a very good Miss Marple!'
Obituary: Bungay Grammar School boy Ray Woodhouse became a 'brilliant' teacher and an Ofsted inspector. He believed young people deserved the best education
The story of this indepedent film house is very interesting indeed - filled with tales of pioneering spirit, romance and some real 'characters'.
Records broken. History made. A pioneer of new fishing techniques that saved tons of fuel. Yes, Jumbo Long has truly earned his place in the story of Lowestoft's fishing industry
Tributes to Ezra Leverett, the 'face of Halesworth'
Many celebrities have favoured The Aldeburgh Bookshop. The 'trend' was started by Benjamin Britten. Records show the last thing he bought was probably a diary. Sadly, he probably never used it: the composer died weeks before New Year.
Chris Reeve's writing is powered by the passion of his mum, whose love of words pulled her through sleepless nights and the tedium of housework
Is 'change' always 'progress'? Take a look and decide