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This week local history enthusiast David Kindred has gathered pictures of the changes in St Margaret’s Plain and St Margaret’s Street.

This week photographer David Kindred has sourced pictures of the changes in London Road and Bramford Road.

This week Local history enthusiast David Kindred has collected memories of St Matthew’s Street School, The Cobbold family and the floods in Princes Street.

Family life

The Easter break is the perfect chance to make the most of the lighter, brighter days with a fun-filled family day out

Porn is suddenly a talking point once again after the UK government announced that a UK-wide porn ban will be introduced in July. Arts editor Andrew Clarke offers a personal view about the uncertainties and shortcomings of the proposed ban and how it will affect the art world

Jewellery designer Susannah Chenevix-Trench tells Gina Long MBE why she loves East Anglia, especially driving over the Orwell...

Travel

A home away from home and just a stone’s throw from the beach, Belle Aire’s six recently modernised caravans (including one that’s fully equipped for disabled holiday-makers) and two boutique chalets come with everything that’s needed for a stress-free break.

Customers rave about these family-friendly luxury cottages in the gorgeous Devon countryside complete with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis court and play area

Fresh off the back of a five bubble rating from the Good Spa Guide, Geraldine Scott paid a visit to Aqua Sana at Center Parcs Elveden to see what all the fuss was about.

Opinion

Investments and movies can make you feel good, says Peter Sharkey

Not everyone believes that William Shakespeare wrote the plays attributed to him and here are some of the reasons why.

I often find local election campaigns very frustrating because far too many politicians see them as glorified opinion polls on the performance of national government rather than a chance for voters to have a say on how local services are run.

Homes & garden

The long-awaited Ipswich Winerack development is on track for completion at the end of the year, say the developers as the prepare to open their first show apartment.

A picturesque 17th century cottage could be a sailor’s dream home, overlooking the River Orwell and just a short stroll from the Butt & Oyster pub.

Create flexible areas anywhere in your home with help from Sliderobes

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