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Novelist Neil Watson’s latest, Florida Key, is full of familiar characters, especially to a group of his friends and acquaintances who have paid to appear in the Wivenhoe and US-set thriller.

Innovative Framlingham business Hatcher Components is using the latest technology to improve fuel efficiency for heavy goods vehicles.

Family-run business has served the agricultural community for years, but its huge range of warehouse stock means it is also a boon for tradespeople.

Lowestoft may not have the foodie renown of its seaside neighbour Southwold, but there are tasty treats to be found in the town and its surrounding villages. Here’s our selection of places to go.

Ipswich and District Indoor Bowling Club marks new outdoor season with

Gardener and author Charlie Hart’s five-acre garden on the Suffolk/Essex border became a project that helped him see hope and new life after the loss of his parents.

Owner of Feeringbury Manor reveals the years of work involved in transforming an Essex ‘jungle’ into a stunning garden on the banks of thge Blackwater.

Performer, choreographer and TV presenter Sarah Blanc reveals why she feels tricked by late Eighties pop stars into believing in true love.

Independent horror writer and director Pat Higgins reveals how channeling childhood fears can inspire great film ideas in his latest masterclass.

Do we still have far to travel when it comes to understanding what makes an environmentally-friendly holiday? In a way no, as the answer is right on your doorstep. Taking your break in East Anglia can be a trip in tune with the planet.

East Anglia is as attractive to readers as it is to writers, with a busy calendar of literary events, many drawing in big name authors and guest speakers. Here’s our pick of this year’s events.

Norfolk and Suffolk are two of the most important bird watching counties in the UK – and there’s plenty to see year-round. Here is our top 10 of places to explore a region brimming with birds.

If you have ever wanted to try foraging, but were put off by your inability to differentiate between the delicious and the deadly then help is on hand from a foraging team coming to Thetford Forest this spring to reveal its wild food delights.

With allegations of sexual harassment running rife through Hollywood and the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements sure to have a presence at this year’s Academy Awards, Mark Edwards looks back and finds controversy and the Oscars have always gone hand in hand.

The European Centre of Taoist Tai Chi Society hosted hundreds of enthusiasts for a five-day event. Mark Edwards finds out about the energy-boosting, illness-battling benefits of the ancient art bringing people from all over the world to Colchester.

Last time it took over a church crypt, next up is Bury’s CurveMotion roller rink. Event fitness scheme The Pop Up Gym is back and it has added a class to get older people in Suffolk moving and feeling better.

Charles Michell furthers the memory of Mary and Margaret Thompson, who lived in Eye for almost 30 years after their roles in getting the vote for women 100 years ago.

Gainsborough House head gardener Jane Lowe on the challenges of using only natural products and plants which were available during the lifetime of the legendary painter who grew up at the Sudbury home.

Looking for something a little different from run of the mill romantic nights out? Here’s a few ideas for you and that special someone.

The owner of the award-winning Colchester cafe, which stocks 40 different kinds of tea, talks about her mission to find the perfect cuppa for you.

Comedian, author and activist Rob Newman talks about the dangers of bro-science, cowardly stoics and why he and David Baddiel are friends again ahead of show at Colchester Arts Centre.

Mark Edwards tries some authentic Nepalese street food at new south Asian and Indian fusion restaurant in Colchester

Your body can do amazing things. Tutors reveal framework of exercises that can get anyone on the path to achieving grafity-defying feats such as the Human Flag.

Recent US scientific research suggests challenging yourself throughout your life can help you live and feel like someone decades younger. It certainly seems to be working for Suffolk hockey player Roger Girling.

The owner of new women’s fashion shop in Haleigh Bella and Mae on style for all sizes and her range of Peaky Blinders hats.

Lavenham, Long Melford, Hadleigh, Clare and Sudbury are ideal for a day out or as a picturesque base while exploring the region. Here we offer a quick guide to the individual charms of each of these dyed in the wool Suffolk classic attractions.

Behind Gymfinity Colchester’s fun playground for budding ninjas and gymnasts is a serious effort to build fitness, mobility and agility in our young generation.

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