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A Suffolk museum, only open for a few months, is now set to compete with the likes of the Tate Modern for the title of Museum of the Year.

One of the most anticipated boxing fights in years happens this weekend at Wembley Stadium. MARK HEATH previews the heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.

Sean Murray has admitted that tomorrow’s must-win game at already-relegated Leyton Orient will feel like a Cup tie.

Make this tasty Asian peanut chicken in just 15 minutes.

The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art at Palace House in Newmarket has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award just five months after it was opened officially by The Queen.

From festivals and world record attempts to wildlife fun days and open gardens, what will you do this weekend?

The Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has appointed Michael Collins and Jonathan Burke to its UK board of directors.

A new photographic exhibition has opened capturing the power of the early punk era. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to university lecturer Eddie Duggan about the show and how Blondie founder Chris Stein supplied images from behind the scenes of the punk revolution

Monty Python’s Spamalot is currently running at the Colchester Mercury. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to the production design team of Sara Perks and Corinna Vincent about the practicalities of mounting a large-scale musical

East of England law firm Ashtons Legal has advised premium cycling apparel brand Le Col on a £1m crowdfunding campaign.

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

In his latest weekly column, DON TOPLEY takes a look at how the county cricket season is shaping up after the initial round of games.

Ipswich Harriers had five young runners representing the East of England at the London Mini-Marathon, including a superb performance from Tilly Aldis.

Chelmsford continues to be attractive for major commercial investors - says Savills.

Athletics should be the purest form of sport on the planet.

Dominic King, of Colchester Harriers, has become the first Briton in 22 years to be selected for the 50K race walk at the World Championships.

A chain of fee-paying alternative provision schools in Suffolk attended by vulnerable children has been rated ‘requires improvement’ by Ofsted.

A Reydon resident has made the cut after being selected as one of five finalists to take the chop and donate her ‘Rapunzel’ hair to help children undergoing treatment for cancer.

Suffolk is already a hit with humans – but it’s now officially home to the country’s top holiday destination for dogs.

It’s not too late to book tickets for one of the great shows at Suffolk theatres in May. Whether you are mad about music, bonkers for Bollywood or perhaps prefer plays, there is something for everyone and we have highlighted just a few of the entertaining events on offer.

Teams from two hair salons have made their way into the grand final of a prestigious national competition.

Housing developers should guarantee access to fibre broadband, insist authors of a report on new-build connectivity.

Regional property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood has received recognition for its commitment to excellence in health and safety.

Do you fancy a brew? If so, Suffolk-based Adnams has just the answer after bringing together the best of two British staples – beer and tea.

Runners from all over Suffolk and Essex converged on the capital to take part in the London Marathon on Sunday, young and old, male and female, elite and novice, club runner and charity raiser.

Award-winning architects who transformed galleries at London’s Victoria and Albert have been chosen to design a “world class” multi-million pound extension to a Suffolk museum.

Sir Elton John has spent two days in intensive care after contracting a “potentially deadly” bacterial infection, it has been revealed.

A romantic Suffolk father took a moment to catch his breath before getting down on one knee on the final stretch of his first ever London Marathon.

A sale of clothes worn by Suffolk singing sensation Ed Sheeran has raised £7,289.87 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

A project that will provide a place to share tools and resources in the Stowmarket area is underway, thanks to a cash boost from the town council.

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