You can read us in print, follow us online, and from Friday hear us talking about the news on Suffolk Sound radio.

The EADT and Star have linked up with the county's newest radio station and will be featuring on a new two-hour show every Friday lunchtime.

It will be hosted by political writer Paul Geater and will focus on events covered by us over the previous week.

There is likely to be a keen emphasis on local politics - especially with a general election due in the next year - but it will cover a range of topics.

Suffolk Sound launched in July and has attracted listeners from across the county.

Paul said: "While I've taken part in radio shows before, I've never done anything like this and at the moment it's a bit of a blank canvas so we shall see how it develops.

"I certainly hope to invite some guests on to talk about their work in the near future.

"I shall still be working hard at my day job, but when I was invited to do this I thought it would be an interesting challenge.

"After all, if Mark Murphy can write such a great column in our papers, why shouldn't I have a bash at his speciality?"

The show will be broadcast every Friday between 12pm and 2pm from Suffolk Sound's studio at Beach Street in Felixstowe.

Suffolk Sound can be heard online and though smart speakers and features other familiar radio voices including Mark Murphy, Stephen Foster, Rob Dunger and Radio One legend Emperor Rosko.