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Last Saturday marked the 13th anniversary of Parkrun, a running fever that has swept the country and has been going from strength-to-strength in Suffolk and Essex.

A family who fell in love with Suffolk are leaving the county “heartbroken” because they feel threatened after the Brexit vote.

Archaeologists are unearthing the secrets of our past, before a modern engineering feat arrives to change the future.

East Anglian darts rivals Peter Wright and Mervyn King will battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals of the World Grand Prix in Dublin tonight, writes Alex Moss.

The outstanding bravery of a 96-year-old Ipswich man selected to join a secret unit formed by Winston Churchill during the Second World War has been honoured by the Norwegian government.

Youngsters from non-farming backgrounds are increasingly looking at agricultural careers, says Easton and Otley College. With the skills gap and the need to train more people post-Brexit, their commitment has never been more needed. SARAH CHAMBERS reports.

Last week I wrote about samphire on Suffolk’s only island, Havergate. It got me thinking about the abundance of free foods that can be foraged, particularly at this time of year, writes Sheena Grant.

A top barrister from Suffolk has spoken out in a planning row over proposals for a multi-million pound expansion he fears may threaten the tranquillity of Constable Country.

Test your knowledge of Suffolk and European towns that are twinned together in our quiz.

Some of the world’s top cyclists will do battle on the streets of Clacton today in a bid to win stage 5 of the Tour of Britain – and our team is covering it live.

Ipswich Town are still waiting to find out whether Emyr Huws will require surgery on his Achilles, while skipper Luke Chambers could be out longer than first feared with his ankle injury.

An album of photographs taken by a British prisoner of war held at Stalag XXA in Poland will be auctioned in Newmarket next week.

Ryanair is to add five new routes to its summer schedule at Stansted next year, bring the number of destinations served by the low-cost carrier from the airport to 144.

A 95-year-old RAF veteran posted to Mildenhall after beating an American general at squash during the Second World War is having his garden transformed thanks to a DIY SOS style project.

Oh Happy Day, the Sister Act Live Choir is coming to Ipswich with a special cinema screening of the hit Whoopi Goldberg movie.

Flynn Downes and Tristan Nydam have been rewarded for their strong starts to Ipswich Town’s season, with call-ups to the England Under-19 squad, ahead of the forthcoming games against Poland and Germany.

A man wanted in connection with one of Suffolk’s longest-running unsolved murder cases is no longer being sought, detectives have said.

This year marked the 200th anniversary of the invention of the rollercoaster, with the first opening in 1817.

East Anglian manufacturers are continuing navigate the choppy waters of international trade – but have warned they will have to hand on price rises.

A Suffolk family is preparing for a poignant cycle trip around northern Germany to raise funds for the St Elizabeth Hospice in memory of a much-loved nurse who died earlier this year.

Around 700,000 eggs from Dutch farms implicated in a contamination scare have been distributed to Britain, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has said. Millions have been taken off supermarket shelves. See a full list here.

How good is your geography? Can you find Germany, Portugal or Slovakia on a map?

A west Suffolk man will be going for gold next month when he competes in the World’s Strongest Disabled Man competition in London.

Ivan Rooke still owns the Morris Eight that took him on some great journeys and adventures but it’s now laid up in his shed.

An animal feed firm is celebrating a move to new premises.

At times it’s easy for the Snape Proms to be overshadowed by its grander, older sibling The Aldeburgh Festival, but, whereas the Festival reaches out to an international audience, the Snape Proms is more about providing the people of Suffolk with a diverse programme of music created by some of the world’s leading musicians.

In the space of three months, Africa Alive has experienced three high profile births that are all coincidentally from black and white animals.

A weaker-than-expected economic performance in the UK has led the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to downgrade its growth forecast.

World League semi-finals: England 1 USA 1: USA won the shoot-out

A convicted paedophile who abducted a girl from the Ipswich area and had sex with her after meeting her on a messaging app has been jailed for nine years.

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