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So-called ‘fat cat’ pay of some academy trust chiefs running schools in Suffolk has been called into question again amid calls for salaries to reflect performance.

Blindness rates cut in Suffolk

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Little more than 10 years ago, to be diagnosed with wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration was tantamount to being told you would lose your sight.

Some of the stars of Suffolk and Norfolk’s tourism industries will come together this week to celebrate all that’s good about the sector.

Born in Norfolk 110 years ago and growing up in Suffolk he was a small football-crazy boy turned down by the Canaries who suggested he ate more rice pudding.... so he headed off to become a movie star and national treasure instead. Derek James reports.

The A134 which links Suffolk to north Essex has been named as one of Britain’s most dangerous roads.

An initiative to help businesses in Suffolk and Norfolk improve their energy efficiency has now identified cost savings of more than £3m.

A story of mid-life

Monday, January 22, 2018

Former Anglia TV presenter Christine Webber, brings us her new novel It’s Who We Are, a tale of five people, long separated childhood friends, whose lives are destined to change forever.

Councils spent nearly £400,000 clearing up fly-tippers’ mess in Suffolk and Essex last year. See how much in your area in our table.

East Anglia’s history has been interwoven with mankind’s quest for flight for hundreds of years, as Trevor Heaton discovers in the latest book by a local historian.

Gallery: Fascinating history of the Pye Road inns

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Three ancient inns between Norwich and Ipswich have reopened after closing for ownership changes and refurbishment. Don Black relates their extraordinary stories.

This year the London Boat Show will be celebrating its 64th event.

The father of serial killer Wright wonders: ‘did all this begin when his mother left him as an eight-year-old?’

There’s no place like home. No matter where life leads Helen Johnston, the Norfolk-Suffolk borderlands girl can’t resist returning to her roots. She spoke about stepping off the treadmill of modern life and running Hales Hall and The Great Barn.

Cole’s Puddings, Lillypuds and pudd’Eng take the hassle out of festive baking.

Laura Folley trained as a singer but only started to write music when she became a mother. LIttle did she know her daughter would turn out to be her greatest inspiration. Sheena Grant found out more...

Medical doctors are a must when it comes to treating us for serious illness but they’re not always a bundle of laughs. And laughter is an important medicine too. As Friday’s Children in Need fundraising day approaches, there’s no better time to bring on the Clown Doctors...

East Anglia is changing says local food writer Tessa Allingham, but it shouldn’t change too much she tells entertainment writer Wayne Savage.

It has remained a closely guarded secret since plans were hatched six months ago – but tonight’s the night we discover what will follow last year’s hugely successful Pigs Gone Wild art trail in Ipswich.

The country’s first female firefighter will be at Ipswich County Library next week for a special talk on her experiences.

Friends of a popular Chelmsford electrician who was shot in the chest outside a petrol station have launched a fundraising appeal for his family.

A charity has announced a reward for information on the whereabouts of a teenager who is wanted in connection with the murder of John Pordage in Essex.

The mother of an Essex murder victim has today made a direct plea for a ‘dangerous’ teenager police want to speak to in connection with the killing to hand himself in.

The new medical director of Ipswich Hospital has pledged to keep patient safety at the forefront while finding innovative ways to care for an aging population with complex health needs.

Norfolk-based Morello Racing Kawasaki were back in action at the weekend for round six of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship.

A headteacher of a Suffolk primary school which has won outdoor learning picnic tables in an EADT competition has spoken of her delight.

Ivan Cutting, artistic director and a founder of Eastern Angles, has a foot in Suffolk and Norfolk. He wouldn’t have it any other way.

This Sunday sees international visitors at Mildenhall stadium as the Mildenhall Fen Tigers welcome the USA for a Transatlantic Four Team Tournament, start 3pm.

Daron Cruickshank’s terrific century was not quite enough to secure a first win of the season for basement dwellers Bury St Edmunds, in their East Anglian Premier League clash away at Norfolk-based Vauxhall Mallards.

A pair of pilots from Suffolk who are also husband and wife were on cloud nine recently when they took to the skies to celebrate a very special occasion.

The mother of missing man Corrie McKeague’s unborn child has posted an emotive photograph of her ‘bump’ and spoke of the “joy and pain” her pregnancy brings.

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