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Ipswich’s Hannah Martin has been named in the England squad of 18 that will contest the Hockey World League Semi-final in Johannesburg, starting on July 8.

Top billing at the National Portrait Gallery, London for Suffolk artist Ania.

Broadcaster Patrick Eade’s career has taken him around the world, but on Suffolk Day he says there’s still nowhere quite like his county.

Ipswich East Suffolk Hockey Club duo Jake Davey and Ollie Juszt have have been selected for England’s under-16s.

Reepham Classic Car and Bike Festival will be welcoming a race-prepared Porsche 924 which is on a mission to promote awareness of and prevent unnecessary deaths from prostate cancer.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have honoured the memory of 18 primary school children, including the cousin of a Braintree man, killed 100 years ago in a First World War bombing raid on London’s East End.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis speaks to beer expert Ross Turner of Arcade Street Tavern in Ipswich about all things beer.

It’s Beer Day Britain tomorrow. To celebrate, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis caught up with a brewer from Edwardstone who’s doing things a little bit differently.

Alongside gin, which is growing in popularity at a rate of knots, sour beer is having its day in 2017.

A pretty thatched cottage in Suffolk, which was once home to a decorated British war hero, is on the market.

Nearly 2.3m passengers passed through Stansted Airport during May, another new record for the month.

Ahead of an acoustic gig in Norwich, the guitarist and singer tells us about coming to terms with the death of his musical partner-in-crime and why he’s jealous of Ed Sheeran.

The effects of the UK’s gin boom are starting to trickle down to the Treasury.

European leaders sent messages of sympathy and solidarity via social media as the incident in London last night marked the 13th major terror attack in Europe since 2015.

Spectacle counts for a lot these days but films that tell a good story with engaging characters can often provide a more rewarding experience. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

A magical Thirties home which has sea, dune and beach views – and a Pixe Den and a wartime Pill Box – has gone on the market.

A Bavarian-style beer festival has opened its doors at the Grand Marquee at Christchurch Park in Ipswich - showcasing some of the best beers in the world.

Pop singer Ariana Grande has suspended her tour following the Manchester terror attack, cancelling planned dates at London’s O2 Arena tomorrow and Friday.

Tomorrow some of the best beers in the world will feature in the inaugural event of the Krombacher German Beer Festival on Tour, which begins in Ipswich before heading off across the UK.

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.

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.

Suffolk athlete Callum Wilkinson set a new British under-23 record as he excelled in a strong Great Britain team at the European Race Walking Cup, staged at Podebrady in the Czech Republic over the weekend.

Shotley sailor Terry Scutcher is targeting Laser Masters World glory after picking up silver at the World Masters Games, in New Zealand.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is to add river boat cruises to its programme next year, with the holidays due to go on sale later this month.

Suffolk’s Hannah Martin is delighted to have got her first taste of senior international hockey under her belt, and is keen to sample more.

An animal feed firm which has its UK base in Ipswich has seen volume of feed sales rise overall in the first quarter of this year, in spite of a decline in the UK.

Aside from your breakfast or a fancy dinner, picturesque scenery and famous buildings are probably some of the top subjects for people posting on Instagram.

My first car was a 1961 Ford Classic with the 1,340cc engine which I purchased in 1968 after returning from Germany.

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

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy insists owner Marcus Evans continues to believe in him.

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