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Jonas Knudsen won his fifth Danish cap as his side beat Austria 2-0 in Herning last night.

How far can you expect a jar to travel by sea from the end of Southwold Pier? To the heart of the German industrial area – via Calais.

A bomb blast changed Dan Majid’s life for ever. Now he is ready to represent his country again.

Prostate cancer rates are set to double in the next 15 years, according to the forthcoming Movember campaign to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues. But two celebrities with links to this region have played a key role in getting more men to seek help. Sheena Grant reports.

A field of 241 tackled the 268th Bury St Edmunds parkrun on Saturday, as parkruns up-and-down the country marked International parkrun Day.

Ad Feature: Financial planning: how to avoid mistakes

Friday, October 5, 2018

Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans

Comedy legend Michael McIntyre had to ask an audience to explain the Suffolk phrase “on the huh” during a sell-out performance at the Ipswich Regent.

A few weeks ago the FA put in its bid to host the women’s European Championships in 2021.

Teenage forward Jack Lankester is on Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst’s radar as the Blues boss looks to deal with his side’s shortage of strikers.

A weekend visit to France is a mother and daughter bonding session

Paul Hurst believes Andre Dozzell is ‘not a million miles away’ from the Ipswich Town first team but stressed just how difficult it is for young players to jump from the Under 23 side into the senior picture.

Ipswich Town’s bid for a first victory under Paul Hurst goes on. Andy Warren looks at the big questions ahead of the Blues’ visit to Birmingham City tomorrow.

He’s been at the helm of one of Suffolk’s most iconic hotels for three decades. We caught up with Alan Ford, head chef of Hintlesham Hall…

Ravenswood Community Primary in Ipswich has a new mission this term - getting pupils, parents and teachers to eat and live better.

Ad Feature: Local company is shaping the face of beauty globally

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

HBD Europe in Needham Market manufactures and stocks beauty and skincare products for clients worldwide.

In this week’s column, Don Topley takes a look at new England man Ollie Stone, as well as paying tribute to the retiring James Foster

How old do you think Olivia Newton-John will be next week? We look at her life and career: from East Anglia to Eurovision and Grease, and her fight with cancer

Rod Stewart’s summer gig at Portman Road next year will be his third trip to the home of Ipswich Town and here we look back at pictures from the 1991 and 2007 concerts.

Wetherspoon is to stop selling Jagerbombs after the company announced it will no longer be stocking the German herbal liqueur used to make the popular drink.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares news of two new additions to the sporting hub based at the University of Suffolk, which will mean more support for the region’s top athletes.

The University of Essex and business leaders are backing calls for a new visa to allow qualified international students to work in skilled jobs for a period after graduation.

Tales of forced emigration, slavery and transportation are set to be brought to life in a unique performance in west Suffolk this month.

Essex (435) beat Hampshire (172 & 211) by an innings and 52 runs

Latitude favourite Tim Minchin will return to the county for his upcoming 2019 tour.

Recent warm and wet conditions may put the dampers on what has been shaping up to be a bumper UK grape harvest, an East Anglian vineyard owner has warned.

A Suffolk couple are heading off on the trip of a lifetime, covering thousands of miles across the globe.

A film shot in Suffolk and telling the story of the friendly invasion of US airmen during the Second World War is to receive its world premiere at IWM Duxford.

Great Yarmouth’s Hippodrome Circus Summer Spectacular is an absolute delight, whatever the weather. Roll up, roll up for a show that you’ll remember forever.

He left Lowestoft brimming with enthusiasm for the adventure of a lifetime and ended his days in the corner of a foreign field, his bravery in the theatre of war saving the lives of at least two others as he made the ultimate sacrifice. Recorded in France as an Australian, Claude Castleton’s story is incredible.

People living in Ipswich have been reacting to the news that the town’s Homebase store has been earmarked for closure.

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