Liam Gallagher has appeared as the surprise secret act at the Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
The former Oasis frontman appeared on stage on Saturday evening telling crowd: "Surprise, surprise"
In recent years, Latitude has featured an number of artist who have not been on the billing ahead of the event, including Suffolk's Ed Sheeran in 2016, Rudimental in 2014 and Sir Tom Jones in 2010.
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Belgian Jolien D’hoore crossed the finish line first in Southwold as the Women's Tour got under way in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
Three Ukranian men who tried to smuggle 19 migrants into the UK through Southwold have been jailed.Read the full story ›
Three Ukranian men have been convicted of smuggling 19 migrants into the UK through Southwold harbour.Read the full story ›
If you were a sausage dog on Southwold beach this weekend, you would have been in good company.
The Southwold Sausage Walk took place to raise money for charity.
Between 400 and 500 dogs took part - helping to raise more than £1,300.
Two charity shops were targeted during a string of burglaries and attempted burglaries on the High Street in Southwold, Suffolk.
Money was stolen from St Elizabeth Hospice and the door of Sue Ryder Care was forced.
The Black Olive Delicatessen, The Two Magpies Bakery and Observatory the Opticians were also hit last weekend.
Police are appealing for witnesses and overnight patrols have been stepped up in the area.
Four Ukrainian men have been charged with people smuggling after a yacht with 19 migrants on board landed on the Suffolk coast.
Yuril Dzhuraniuk, 26, Mykhailo Riok, 27, Yevhenii Vasilikov, 30, and Yupi Karakin, 27, were arrested after the vessel arrived in Southwold on Sunday, having sailed across the North Sea from the Netherlands.
All four have been charged with facilitating illegal migration and are due to appear at central London's Blackfriars Crown Court on November 14.
Officers from the Border Force and National Crime Agency (NCA), patrolling the waters on the vessel Alert, boarded the yacht after it reached port.
Two suspected crew members were arrested along with nine migrants. Two drivers and 10 other migrants were arrested after vehicles heading towards Ipswich were stopped by officers from Suffolk Police, the NCA said.
The group of 19 migrants, consisting of both men and women, were detained by the Government's immigration enforcement agency.
Brendan Foreman, the NCA's regional head of investigations, said: "The majority of illegal migrants rely on organised criminals when coming to the UK with their fate upon arrival often being unknown.
"Such criminals seek to exploit vulnerable people for profit without any thought for their safety.
Doug McLellan, head of Border Force Maritime Command, said: "This is one example of how Border Force works constantly to protect the UK's coastline, with our coastal patrol vessels playing a key role in this.
"These boats carry out regular patrols of our waters, and are always ready to respond quickly when needed.
"We will continue to join forces with law enforcement partners to protect our borders against those who seek to abuse our immigration laws."
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