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Altered Carbon’s author Richard K Morgan is from Norfolk which is just one (OK, two) of the 10 reasons we put forward as to why you should watch the Netflix series that everyone is talking about


Many of you will remember the café in Fore Street, on the corner of the passageway alongside Mellonie & Goulder’s Coal Yard. Number 92 Fore Street was for a while known as Fore Snax.


In this one man show, actor and writer Michael Angus Clarke takes us on a journey from Zimbabwe to East Anglia courtesy of the beautiful game.


Reptiles, insects and mammals from all around the world have all greeted visitors to the museum as part of the Museum’s half term programme.


Witham MP Priti Patel faced questions over the prospect of a possible Cabinet return this morning in her first broadcast interview since quitting over her secret meetings with senior Israeli figures last year.

Theresa May

A Suffolk zoo has set about the annual task of counting all its residents; both great and small.


Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has dismissed talk of a January move for out-of-favour Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback.

Mick McCarthy

It’s been another busy year for Suffolk FA. In the second of a two-part feature Nick Garnham looks back on the highlights of the last 12 months – from July to December

Grant Ward

Valencia could well be one of the best family city break destinations in Europe, says Charlotte Smith-Jarvis.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis

A former East Anglian Daily Times journalist who in a long career also worked widely in Africa, New York and London has died at the age of 88.

Daily Times

Zimbabweans living in Ipswich have gathered on the town’s Waterfront to show solidarity with their homeland where citizens took to the streets to tell President Robert Mugabe to quit peacefully.

University of Suffolk

Your weekend inspiration is here – these events are all taking place on November 18 and 19.


Dozens of pairs of football boots from players in Suffolk have been donated to aspiring players in Africa as part of a charity drive.


The inspiring finalists of the Stars of Suffolk awards gathered last night for a glittering ceremony at Trinity Park, near Ipswich.

Addenbrooke's Hospital

Do you think you know all there is to know about our town’s oldest buildings? Test you knowledge with our quiz.


As ex-hurricane Ophelia continues to bring strong winds to western parts of the country, much of Suffolk and Essex is expected to stay dry and cloudy.


Our town is home to a range of magnificent buildings from varying periods, and the Ipswich Society has provided us with some of the oldest landmarks to keep an eye out for.

Heritage Lottery Fund

Griff Rhys Jones has heaped praise on the ‘remarkable, inspired and very difficult work’ of staff at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).


Footballers in Suffolk are being urged to donate their old football boots to help budding footballers in Africa.


Sixteen years ago, on a holiday to Cornwall, I visited the then-newly opened Eden Project, an extravaganza of plants from climates and habitats around the world housed in two enormous biomes built in the crater of a disused china clay pit, writes Sheena Grant.

Sheena Grant

Global stars are preparing to bring a splash of colour to Alexandra Park this weekend with a series of vibrant live performances.

David Ellesmere

Griff Rhys Jones is set to make an appearance at Ufford Park Hotel, near Woodbridge, in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).


If you are on holiday – whether visiting the region, on school hols or on a local staycation – Suffolk and Essex offer a huge variety of attractions for daytrips. Whether it’s the seaside, museums, shopping, castles or tea and cake, here’s a week’s list of ideas to get you out and about.


With the summer break officially here, children and grandchildren are looking for entertainment. Here are 25 places to go in Norfolk and Suffolk to keep the family happy - and your purse-strings too. Although of course they could just play in the garden like we used to do!

United Kingdom

Ipswich-based ethical clothing company Where Does It Come From? received a boost when actress Joanna Lumley wore one of its elephant design scarves in her new television programme, Joanna Lumley’s India.


One of Britain’s most renowned harpists, who lives in Suffolk, has been charged with sexually abusing a teenage boy.

Ipswich Crown Court

People in Felixstowe have helped collect more than 3,600 pairs of unwanted glasses to help improve the eye health of those less fortunate in the developing world.


Our weekly days out guide brings you suggestions of what to do to entertain your children or grandchildren throughout the weekend.

Heritage Lottery Fund

In a survey conducted by The Grocer Magazine in 2016, English wines came an impressive fourth for quality, after those from France, Italy and Australia. The warm, dry climate and mix of sandy and clay soil makes East Anglia one of the premier vine growing regions of the UK, so to mark English Wine Week - May 27 to June 4 - we have been discovering some of the vineyards and wineries in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis

Our weekly days out guide brings you suggestions of what to do to entertain your children or grandchildren throughout the bank holiday weekend.


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