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Last year was the East of England’s most successful in terms of securing investment from overseas since 2008, according to figures compiled by professional services firm EY.
With English Wine Week coming up, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits a new vineyard on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and discovers English wine really is something to shout about.
Ipswich Town midfielder Andre Dozzell has been switched from the England Under-20s group preparing to play at the Toulon Tournament in France to the U19s squad travelling to Georgia for July’s European Championships.
I agree with the French Open tennis organisers’ decision not to hand Maria Sharapova a wildcard entry to their event.
Shotley sailor Terry Scutcher is targeting Laser Masters World glory after picking up silver at the World Masters Games, in New Zealand.
Stansted has reported its busiest-ever April, with more than 2.1m passengers using the airport last month.
Well, my weekend trip to Denmark was a bit of a pooper.
One of Britain’s best skiers has had a remarkable year – and she’s set her sights on beating it next winter.
Does the UK never win the Eurovision Song Contest anymore because Europe hates us? See what our man in Kiev thinks.
A team of Suffolk paramedics are making a splash for charity by swimming the English Channel in relay this summer.
I have never felt more apathetic before a general election.
A Suffolk soldier soaked up the “unreal” atmosphere generated by 80,000 fans at the home of rugby union.
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.
A special two-day exhibition held earlier this month celebrated more than a century of Rushmere Heath’s history.
A new display window on Ipswich Waterfront has been created to tell the story of the growth of Cliff Quay and the modern Ipswich port.
A student from Chelmondiston who was born to a British mother but has struggled to acquire British citizenship has described the overwhelmingly positive reaction to her plight.
A new bid to attract thousands more holiday-makers and short-breaks to Ipswich has been launched by the organisation set up to boost tourism in the town.
Great British Menu veteren judge and chef patron of Benedicts Restaurant in Norwich, Richard Bainbridge, shares his love of strawberries and a recipe close to his heart.
Reports have said their were one or two attackers, who were wielding “Kalashnikov” style weapons and shot at a police car.
Burberry is expected to report a lift in fourth-quarter sales tomorrow as the Brexit-hit pound continues to boost the fashion house despite a slowdown in UK consumer spending.
Two thirds of East Anglian homeowners are planning to spend thousands om improving their homes - survey reveals,
Most of us cannot imagine life without our brothers and sisters, no matter how annoying they can be.
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A student from Ipswich who has lived in the UK since the age of six has been denied British citizenship until five years time – despite having a British mother.
An Ipswich Town fan has been banned from every football ground in the country and all England internationals for the next three years.
East Anglia basked in its hottest March since 1938 last month – with temperatures reaching 20.7C in some parts of the region.
Government officials are hoping to halt an invasion of Asian hornets by encouraging the public to use a free smart phone app.
East Anglia-based Pauls Malt is targeting more sales in the fast-growing craft brewing market after a year in which global beer sales declined for only the fourth time since 1950.
‘There is simply too much ageism in our society. This needs to change,’ says Aviva UK Life’s Andy Briggs
Audio-visual distributor Midwich has delivered on the promise of its chief executive to pursue growth through acquisition after snapping up a European supplier.
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