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A Suffolk harpist took the virginity of a schoolboy who was a pupil at the school where her then-boyfriend was a substitute teacher, a court has heard.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits a popular pub on the Essex/Suffolk border.

High-flying East Anglian food producers will be battling it out for one of the region’s most coveted crowns this month.

Sequels, prequels, remakes, return of the musical and a spate of films about race, it’s been another eventful year at the cinema. Here we highlight our 10 best films of 2017 (in no particular order), and a some that nearly made the grade.

Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School shares his festive wine wish-list and explains what will work best with turkey and all the trimmings.

One of Ipswich Speedway’s biggest fans, Nigel ‘Noddy’ Fordham has died.

Woodbridge Deli owner David Gitsham shares his expertise on the deli’s world famous pies, charcuterie, cheese and fine wine.

John Grose car showrooms become charity quiz venues

A Suffolk businessman who survived a heart attack 30 years ago is set to complete a lifetime ambition – a classic car road trip to raise money for two charities.

Ipswich-based law firm Prettys has restructured its service offering to reflect the changing needs of its clients.

Mick McCarthy has backed ‘top bloke’ Carlos Carvalhal to guide Sheffield Wednesday into the Championship top six by the end of the season.

The Great British Bake Off, Miranda Hart and Kirstie Allsopp lead Channel 4’s festive programming this year

There is a “constant risk” that bird flu may arrive in the UK from continental Europe, although it currently remains free of the disease, experts have warned.

Mike Bacon discusses Suffolk FA’s decision to scrap extra-time in their cup competitions and Italy’s World Cup demise in his weekly column.

Last week we left Trans Euro Trail-blazer Ian Womack handing over his passport to police in Albania after being hit by another motorcyclist who fled the scene. But this low point turned into a highlight of his 10,000km adventure.

Mick McCarthy’s reign at Ipswich Town has reached the five-year mark, but is the Yorkshireman’s half-decade anniversary at Portman Road a cause for celebration or a time for reflection? Andy Warren takes a look.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is bowled over by a new authentic Italian restuarant in Colchester.

Budget airline Ryanair will suffer a 25 million euro (£22 million) blow in the wake of its flight cancellation fiasco, but has still bolstered half-year profits by 11%.

East Anglian action man Ian Womack – former soldier, ex-firefighter and all-round adventurer – is one of the first motorcyclists to tackle 10,000km of the new, dirt road Trans Euro Trail. In the first of a two-part feature he tells of the thrills and spills of this epic challenge.

A record shipment for the Port of Ipswich has reaffirmed its ranking as Britain’s number one agricultural export centre.

An Essex councillor has denounced the “scumbag” who targeted his shop in a day light robbery and has called for harsher punishments against criminals.

How well have you been keeping up with the news of East Anglia this week? Find out with our Suffolk news round-up quiz.

A rare Rolex watch smashed an all-time British record when it went under the hammer at a Suffolk auction – selling for an incredible quarter of a million pounds.

Nino Severino discusses his concerns over the future health of the nation, plus how he once helped set up a gym for Tiger Woods, in his latest column.

Make the most of the game season with this delicious ragu sauce and pasta dish.

Tributes have been paid to a well-known Ipswich fish and chip shop owner who has died aged 87.

Ipswich’s Jack Somers has just returned from competing at the WSKA World Shotokan Karate Championships, in Treviso, Italy.

Christmas is largely over-rated. There I have said it. Why would you want to fight over a parking space in Tesco when you could have the slopes to yourself in Sestriere?

An Essex singer-songwriter who topped the charts in Italy is bringing her talent to Ipswich on Friday at a special student concert in Sailmakers.

The trio of Suffolk players in stage one of the PGA European Tour qualifying school at Stoke by Nayland have all progressed to the second stage in Spain between November 3 and 6.

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