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I’ve long been a fan of motorbike sport.

Stonham Aspal photographer Gillian Allard launches her bid to become Sky Arts Master of Photography 2017 tonight - snapping up €150,000 in the process.

For the first time in many years, residents in a Suffolk village are opening their gardens to the public.

Hours spent craning our necks over mobiles phones, a lack of exercise and unhealthy eating are taking their toll on our bodies at an ever-younger age. A new campaign aims to get us all walking taller. Sharon Morrison finds out more

Suffolk star athlete, Callum Wilkinson, is now focusing on this summer’s World Championships in London, after blitzing his own British Under-23 record at the European Race Walking Cup, held in Podebrady, Czech Republic, on Sunday.

It catered for equine guests in the late nineteenth century but a Suffolk building will soon be housing restaurant customers.

Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Van has opened a new £1m sales centre in Ipswich.

Farmers in Suffolk and Essex have been chosen for a national farm trial network, the biggest ever conducted by crop protection firm BASF.

You could say the scale of a Suffolk young people’s project befits the scale of the environmental problem it is highlighting in a most imaginative and creative way - and the word “scale” would be entirely appropriate as the initiative features hundreds of fish.

A young dancer from Kesgrave has won a place at London’s prestigious Central School of Ballet.

Rare photographs giving a new insight into life on an American airbase in Suffolk during the Second World War are to go on show.

The government has got its immigration policy back to front, a leading East Anglian farmer has claimed.

A variety of top comedians are playing Suffolk and Essex theatres in 2017 so book your tickets today and get ready to chortle, chuckle, titter and guffaw at some great stand-up shows.

A west Suffolk manufacturer has joined forces with a sister-company newly acquired by its parent group.

Suffolk has been chosen to host a “pasture pilot project” that aims to survey a little understood yet hugely important wildlife habitat for which the county holds national significance.

Royalty observed a simulated air evacuation in Essex marking 100 years since the first recorded British ambulance flight.

Telecoms and IT solutions company QDOS is targeting further growth after quadrupling its revenues in just three years and doubling the size of its workforce in less than 18 months.

The Eurovision Song Contest’s official theme for 2017 is ‘Celebrate Diversity’ - rather apt as over the years a wide variety of culturally and muscially diverse acts have performed in the annual sequinned spectacular. Martine Silkstone asked friends and colleagues for their most memorable Eurovision moments from years gone by and, with smiles, sentiment and occasionally a sense of shame, each surprisingly suggested a different song.

One of Europe’s foremost telecommunications experts has been given a suspended jail term after admitting causing the death of an Ipswich motorcyclist.

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has conceded the General Election is a “foregone conclusion” but called on voters in Suffolk and north Essex not to hand Theresa May a “colossal landslide”.

Singer-songwriter Jake Isaac has been announced as the support act for a gig at Portman Road this summer.

A spirit of revolution will be reflected in the performances at Suffolk’s largest multi-arts festival this summer.

A potential merger between two of Stowmarket’s largest employers has been rebuffed for the third time, allaying fears over job losses at the town’s paint factories.

Does the UK never win the Eurovision Song Contest anymore because Europe hates us? See what our man in Kiev thinks.

Conservatives were the clear winners in the 2017 Essex County Council elections.

Businesses are being urged to book stand space at the Check-in @ Stansted Business Expo event, taking place at Stansted Airport next month

For 70 years along a shingled strip of Suffolk’s coast, scientists battled in global race for military might.

Bavarian bier festival Oktoberfest is coming to Ipswich later this year, organisers of the world famous German event have announced.

A group of students from Ipswich have travelled to its twin town of Arras in northern France to get a feel of the impact of one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.

We have three pairs of tickets to give away for the appearance of former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis at the University of East Anglia.

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