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Suffolk Spartans powerlifting club is bidding for £200,000 in national competition finals.
Be-dazzled; 10 places to see dazzling drifts of snowdrops this February
The number of first-time buyers in 2017 was the highest for a decade, a new report reveals.
Parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland have been given a snow and ice warning - find out if the snow will be travelling to Suffolk.
East Anglia-based Pauls Malt has reported increased annual profits, with a slight dip in turnover more than offset by a fall in the cost of raw materials.
It’s a railroad journey which is strangely bereft of trains (in the first episode, at any rate). Michael Portillo gives us a guided tour of Boston and goes searching for an absolutely massive organ. Ooer.
Pubs across the country, including some operated by Greene King, have had to find alternative suppliers after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) ordered a major meat supplier to recall its products.
Why have the Scots managed to celebrate their great poet with a fitting tribute while we merely consign ours to the mostly reluctant hands of GCSE students?
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis combines a childhood favourite with a classic dessert for Burns Night.
A Suffolk free range egg producer has welcomed a tightening of restrictions to prevent the spread of bird flu in England, but fears an outbreak in the domestic bird population is imminent.
Supplying our local pub and restaurant tables with freshly caught fish and shellfish, including Deben mussels and oysters.
Joe Garner’s headed goal at Craven Cottage means the Ipswich striker’s impressive start to life at Portman Road is also the most-profitable second-tier season of his career.
Gun laws in England and Wales are now being reviewed by the Government two years after a Suffolk schoolboy was shot and killed with an air rifle.
Find a new hobby, or rekindle an old one, this New Year with one of East Anglia’s most exciting and quirky clubs.
Make Galton Blackiston’s favourite cured salmon for Christmas this year.
Neonicotinoid pesticides have for years caused controversy over their impacts on pollinating insects, but a new study now focuses on their effects on the aquatic life in our watercourses.
Former Ipswich Town defender Christophe Berra believes Mick McCarthy will send the Blues out to go toe-to-toe with Championship leaders Wolves tomorrow.
Forget a white Christmas – weather experts are predicting a “reasonably mild” day for festive revellers in the region this year.
Freezing temperatures and thick fog in parts of Suffolk and Essex are making for hazardous driving conditions this morning.
Parts of Suffolk and Essex feature strongly as some of the UK’s best places to live in an annual quality of life survey.
Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis looks back on a year of reviews and picks her favourites from 2017.
Storm Caroline will hit the UK tomorrow morning bringing gusts of 40-45mph to Suffolk.
Wintry showers are set to arrive in East Anglia over the next few days as a yellow weather warning has been put in place from this evening.
Joe Garner’s absence from Ipswich Town’s trip to Derby County highlighted a different side to Martyn Waghorn.
Steven Russell asks staff at Redwings Horse Sanctuary how they keep going when some cases are such tear-jerkers
By day you may see his shadow, but night you may hear his call. RAVEN IS BACK ON CBBC! TV Editor Stacia Briggs is a bit too excited
Suffolk tennis coaches and county junior girls took part in a ‘Girl Power Day’ recently with international speaker, mentor and coach, Emma Doyle.
It’s going to be a cold and frosty weekend across the region, but weather experts say the chances of seeing snow are slim.
We have had a mild but damp start to the week in Suffolk and north Essex with temperatures set to get cooler - but will we see any snow?
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds a warm welcome and hearty food with a Scottish twist at The Greyhound, Pettistree.