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Jonas Knudsen will certainly never forget the summer of 2018.

Pubs, breweries and drinks makers in East Anglia say they are “monitoring the situation” after warnings that CO2 shortages could see the UK run out of beer and fizzy drinks ahead of a weekend of World Cup festivities and summer barbecues.

New owner of The Rutland Arms Hotel reveals their first food offering.

The number of European Union (EU) workers coming to East Anglia to take up jobs has fallen since Brexit, official figures suggest, prompting fears of looming gaps in the regional workforce.

A former Suffolk police officer is taking on an epic cycle ride in a bid to save his three-year-old son.

Who wants to be living it up in club class anyway?

The summer solstice marking the longest day and shortest night of the year, is on June 21. Will you be heading for stonehenge for a bit of druidical observance or simply going to bed at the usual time and wondering why it’s not dark?

A courageous Second World War veteran has been remembered as a “real Ipswich hero” following his death at 101.

From They Think It’s All Overs to Hands of God, eighteen-year-old solos and eight-second openers by San Marino, let it never be said that England’s participation in the World Cup has been boring.

Ipswich Town duo Bartosz Bialkowski and Jonas Knudsen are at the World Cup in Russia. Stuart Watson looks at the previous Blues who played in football’s biggest tournament.

It’s a competition within a competition that has been won by some of the world’s greatest players, but who do you think will win the Golden Boot award at the World Cup?

Tributes have been flooding in following the death of Ray Marshall the oldest playing member at Rushmere Golf Club and a long standing diver who helped establish the first dedicated diving club in Ipswich.

Tens of millions will be gambled on the outcome of the World Cup, from the outright winners to the number of times Neymar spits during a game, but who do you think will lift the trophy?

Given sport’s global popularity and football’s status as the most popular sport, it is perhaps surprising that the beautiful game was not really touched by the ugliness of terrorism until November 13, 2015.

The great niece of two servicemen killed in the First World War is one of the first people to purchase a poignant wooden poppy which is part of the serpentine trench and is a feature of the World War 1 Trail, in Bury St Edmunds.

Sudbury recovered from the precarious position of 21 for five, during a torturous start to their innings, to run out impressive winners by 63 runs over Vauxhall Mallards in a Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League clash at Friars Street on Saturday.

Released Ipswich Town midfielder Kevin Bru is closing in on a move to Cypriot side Apollon Limassol.

Jonas Knudsen has been named in Denmark’s squad for this summer’s World Cup in Russia.

Not a scythe in sight - the BBC release the first photographs from the new series of Poldark and we’re all pleased to see that Aidan Turner got to film scenes on the beach when it was so warm he had to take his shirt off.

Little ships involved in rescuing soldiers from the beaches of Dunkirk added a splash of colour to Ipswich Waterfront this weekend.

A Suffolk man has completed a mammoth cycling challenge across Spain for charity.

The transformation of the Ipswich Waterfront into an outdoor photography gallery begins this week as familiar landmarks, including the former Burtons Mill and the Winerack, prepare to host the work of internationally and locally renowned photographers for the second PhotoEast Festival.

This year PhotoEast is looking at the theme of Belonging. As the photo-festival on Ipswich Waterfront gets underway Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to photographer Gillian Allard about a group of female refugees who have discovered they belong in Suffolk

Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School shares his favourite English bottles.

Four friends at an agricultural machinery makers at Bury St Edmunds are gearing up for a marathon charity ride across Europe in memory of a former colleague.

Mel Aldis has tonight stepped down as manager of Framlingham Town.

Shane Supple is looking forward to a reunion with former Ipswich manager Roy Keane when he reports for international duty later this month.

The Barton Players are treading new ground this week with their first ever musical production.

The work of a number of Suffolk photographers is to be proudly displayed along Ipswich Waterfront later this month after they were selected as winners in a festival’s Instagram campaign.

Former Ipswich Town goalkeeper Shane Supple has been called up to the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time.

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