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I’ve long been a fan of motorbike sport.

Stonham Aspal photographer Gillian Allard launches her bid to become Sky Arts Master of Photography 2017 tonight - snapping up €150,000 in the process.

A flotilla of yachts will leave the Suffolk coast bound for northern Italy next month.

It catered for equine guests in the late nineteenth century but a Suffolk building will soon be housing restaurant customers.

An authentic Italian taste on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

A nice young girl from Dickleburgh, Asked her new boyfriend to tickle ‘er... and so begins a classic unfinished limerick challenge. Lynne Mortimer celebrates the nonsense poet Edward Lear and his shorter works.

As excitement builds for the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, test your knowledge about the annual extravaganza with this quiz.

Ipswich Witches team boss Ritchie Hawkins says his side still have tougher tests to come this season after a dominant 59-32 win over Scunthorpe Scorpions on Thursday at Foxhall.

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

As Ipswich Town take to the field against Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow afternoon, one diehard Owls fan will be hoping the team he has followed since the 1920s can return to South Yorkshire with an away win.

Leisure airline has unveiled plans for a major expansion at Stansted – just week after launching its first flights from the airport.

From Tudor mansions to Georgian palaces, East Anglia is blessed with some of the country’s best stately homes. Take a stroll into the past and peek into the lives of those who made their home in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he doesn’t worry about receiving a “few saucy comments” from fans when he considers how legendary manager Sir Bobby Robson was, at times, vilified, during his time in the dugout.

Rare medals and a diary hidden by a prisoner of war for four decades are among items going under the hammer at a Suffolk auction next week.

The first man in space

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Today the world celebrates Yuri’s Night, marking the day Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin went into space and orbited Earth.

Passenger numbers at Stansted Airport dipped slightly during March, with this year’s later Easter holiday skewing the year-on-year comparison.

Dogs with star quality are being sought to audition for a part in touring opera, La Bohème, when it comes to Ipswich at the end of the month.

Celebrity chef and father-of-three Gino D’Acampo, heading to the Ipswich Regent with his new tour, says other parents should follow his example and ban phones at the dinner table. He has the Pope’s agreement.

A classic Ferrari could raise more than £500,000 tomorrow for the East Anglian Air Ambulance after its Suffolk-based owner died last year and left it to the charity.

A military site just outside Ipswich has always had an air of mystery about it, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

This week we celebrate the International Day of Forests... even though Germaine Greer may have proposed other plans for Thetford Forest.

A reality TV series which has travelled across the Atlantic is coming to Suffolk as part of a nationwide tour.

From the warmth and good weather of Argentina and Italy, Nico Covatti knows what to expect on his return to England.

Today Ali Qazimaj has been found guilty of double murder following the deaths of Peter and Sylvia Stuart, of Weybread, last summer.

If preparing Christmas dinner in your household seems exhausting, spare a thought for the Royal kitchen of Henry III.

A potential Tory rebellion over the closure of a scheme to resettle unaccompanied children has been seen off by the government.

Will Quince has urged the government continue to consult with local authorities over how many child refugees they can take as he stands willing to defy his party whip over the issue.

Youngsters at Chantry Academy in Ipswich got the chance to be international rugby heroes for the day – playing on the hallowed Twickenham turf and forming a guard of honour for a Six Nations game.

Youngsters from Ormiston Endeavour Academy in Ipswich joined up with their peers from Ormiston Victory Academy in Norwich last week for a combined skiing trip to Tonale, Italy – marking the start of what could be a more common tie-up between the two.

East Anglian estate agents Fenn Wright has recruited six new members of staff to its eight branch, which as been launched in Sudbury.

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