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How well have you kept up with this past week’s news?

PUBLISHED: 15:41 04 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:41 04 December 2017

How news savvy have you been this week? Picture: CLIFFORD HICKS

How news savvy have you been this week? Picture: CLIFFORD HICKS

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How well have you kept up with the news of East Anglia in the last week?

Last week it was revealed that Suffolk Star, Ed Sheeran is being tipped to hit the top spot this Christmas.

The Shape of You singer has collaborated with American superstar Beyoncé for a remix of his latest track Perfect.

• You can listen to the song here: Could Ed hit the top spot this Christmas?

The pair last performed together two years ago at the Grammy Tribute to Stevie Wonder.

Mr Sheeran has also been in the news this week as he made the list of Yahoo celebrity web searches for 2017.

The Castle on the Hill singer topped the celebrities search list ahead of Ariana Grande and Cheryl.

Overall on Yahoo Donald Trump, Brexit, and General Election were the most searched terms.

Ed Sheeran came fourth on that list ahead of Strictly Come Dancing, Love Island, Game of Thrones and North Korea.

• Read more: Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran tops list of Yahoo celebrity web searches for 2017

Snow-lovers in Suffolk and Essex took full advantage of today’s weather by getting outside to enjoy the white stuff despite plummeting temperatures.

A woman arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs has been released under investigation.

The Harvest Centre, home of Brandon Full Gospel Church, held its Christmas meal on Saturday evening and this year invited people who had made a difference in the community.

A woman was raped in a car in Lowestoft yesterday in what police have described as a “despicable attack”.

Kesgrave High School will be closed tomorrow after a major power failure.

Ipswich Town Hall will be 150 years old in January. John Norman looks at its story – one rarely dull.

Headteachers face an “impossible” task of deciding whether to close their school due to snow and fear looking “foolish” later in the day if forecasts prove to be inaccurate, education leaders say.

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