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Natalie Sadler

As a journalist, I was rather pleased to see the long line of wannabe reporters outside the Metro-sponsored newsroom at London’s Kidzania.

Where to see Santa has become a new ‘thing’ with parents seeking out ever more exotic locations to visit the man who makes Christmas magical.

Weekends have a tendency to disappear in a blur of swimming lessons, household chores and football matches, and it is not until you escape for a mini-break that you realise just what you can do in 48 hours.

Christmas is largely over-rated. There I have said it. Why would you want to fight over a parking space in Tesco when you could have the slopes to yourself in Sestriere?

Clean Bandit had the crowd in the palm of their hands by singing their hits aswell as covers at Forest Live Thetford

Fresh from their secret Glastonbury gig, Elbow were in Suffolk (well, nearly) tonight and it was magnificent.

There is hope next month’s General Election will bring clarity to the world of politics, but there are fears it could add to the confusion for Suffolk’s small and medium businesses.

Cabbage can have a terrible effect on your digestive system - even if you are The Queen.

The re-opening of a swimming pool in Essex has been delayed after unexpected problems were found with the tiles in the children’s leisure water section.

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Friday, March 24, 2017

Children all over Suffolk will be proudly presenting their mums with flowers, chocolates and hand-crafted cards on Sunday as we celebrate Mother’s Day.

Ipswich Town travel to Wales this weekend to take on Cardiff City and the big question is can they break their run of draws?

Decluttering can be therapeutic but it can also be lucrative for charities such as St Elizabeth Hospice who benefit from our cast offs.

Where’s Wally, Goldlocks and The Tiger Who Came to Tea took over schools across Suffolk last week as they celebrated World Book Day.

From struggling to contact the emergency services to being forced to make calls from the toilet - Suffolk’s hit and miss mobile phone coverage is revealed by readers.

We have drone footage showing Suffolk police officers trawling through waste at a landfill site in Cambridgeshire in their ongoing search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague, who disappeared six months ago after a night out in Bury St Edmunds.

Rural communities in Suffolk are about to see mobile phone signals boosted by new masts - but still customers on other parts of the county are struggling to send texts, make calls or downloads maps on their smart phones.

As Philip Hammond delivered his budget today, tax manager Yvonne Graham of Suffolk accountants Ensors was here offering her views on the changes.

Following the uncertainty over Brexit and even the Trump elections, today the nation will be looking to Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond to offer some reassurance and stability.

A 69-year-old Suffolk man faces a trial later this year after denying sexually assaulting two schoolboys more than 40 years ago.

Since its launch earlier this year, the Ipswich Remembers Facebook group has been gathering steam and now has more than 3,000 members.

To celebrate Suffolk’s rich agricultural heritage and the contribution our farmers continue to make to the local economy, members of Suffolk Agricultural Association took time out to visit schools across the county.

Today marks the start of National Apprenticeship Week, which highlights the positive impact apprentices have on businesses and the local economy as well as the boost they offer those starting out on the career ladder.

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