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Felixstowe author on his debut novel, following last year’s book about son’s battle with eating disorder
Woodbridge pairing in Search for a Star final at Horse of the Year Show
Mildred lived and loved in the fast lane... and always wore pearls. A book from The History Press
‘Why I say no to I’m a Celebrity…’ The best-selling author on reality TV, the flooding of her dream home, terrible rheumatoid arthritis… and wild aardvarks in Norwich
Shortlist is dominated by six female writers
Sudbury’s famous son ‘would be dynamite in polite society today’. James Hamilton’s new biography is a colourful read
Do you love Pride and Prejudice, or Emma? On the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, we ask why she’s often lauded as Britain’s favourite novelist
Giles − who gave us tetchy Grandma, grim-faced teacher Chalkie and other characters − was a complex man, according to a new book. Steven Russell reports
In honour of birthday girl Ms Debbie Harry – 72 today – we’ve got a simple idea: challenge your family and friends to name as many Blondie songs as they can
Aren’t many men reluctant to look after their health! Steven Russell press-ganged a friend to try a How Are You? quiz. Is he fighting fit or in trouble?
‘I loved her then, I love her now and I know I will love her just as much in the future. That will NEVER change’
Suffolk Young Farmers on why they love the Suffolk Show and selfies with Prince Harry - and meet the farmer’s daughter born on Suffolk Show day
Iestyn Edwards is coming to the Aldeburgh Bookshop and INK Festival at The Cut, Halesworth
Chrissie Gittins was outraged when a children’s dictionary ditched words such as catkin and cauliflower for cut-and-paste and broadband. Has the battle has been lost or is there still hope?
‘There is simply too much ageism in our society. This needs to change,’ says Aviva UK Life’s Andy Briggs
It was the little village that, for one hot bank holiday weekend, hosted The Greatest Rock Event of The Year: the ‘Great British Woodstock’
Is there anything you didn’t know in Charlie Haylock’s new book – In a Manner of Speaking, from Amberley Publishing?
The six shortlisted books have been unveiled for the 2017 New Angle Prize – a competition for literary work associated with or influenced by East Anglia.
Charlie Haylock’s new book tells the story of the English language
The night the Zeppelins came from nowhere and the bombs rained down...
What do you do if your brother turns out to be a serial killer? The Witchfinder’s Sister poses the question
Has a lecturer solved the case of a Suffolk woman involved in a mysterious 19th century murder?
We might not be able to write lyrics like Ed Sheeran, but we can dress like the former Suffolk high school pupil, Ish. Mind you, the £34k watch might be a dream-breaker...
Novels, short stories, poetry, biography… all powerful and all in the running for the 2017 New Angle Prize, which celebrates and rewards literature associated with or influenced by East Anglia.
If I had the money, I’d present every new MP with a copy of Sue Spiller’s book and urge them to let schools settle down. Thirty years should do it...
Suffolk writer Lisa Thompson’s debut novel, The Goldfish Boy, is Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month
Hintlesham & Chattisham: The Story of Two Suffolk Villages − a tribute by two Londoners who moved to Suffolk and love it
Colchester author asks: How did celebrated textile designer make it in a man’s world?
John and his wife fell in love talking about civil service reform. Yes, honestly!
Are you a novice gardener in need of a guiding hand? Catherine McMillan can ease the pressure