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Bacon’s Bites: In this week’s column, Mike Bacon takes a look at how the FA Cup is alive and kicking, plus, have you taken in a Spanish football game?

The European Centre of Taoist Tai Chi Society hosted hundreds of enthusiasts for a five-day event. Mark Edwards finds out about the energy-boosting, illness-battling benefits of the ancient art bringing people from all over the world to Colchester.

A lively great great gramdma celebrated her 103rd birthday in style this week, with a slap-up italian meal and an afternoon tea party.

Ipswich Town have not beaten rivals Norwich since a 3-2 victory in 2009, in what proved to be Jim Magilton’s final game in charge. Andy Warren looks at the side who turned out for the Blues that day.

A soldier from near Sudbury was one of a small team sent to Argentina to assist in the international search and rescue mission for the missing navy submarine – the ARA San Juan.

Horticulture and agriculture students from Writtle University College have been given an insight into the commercial production of tomatoes and other fruit and vegetable crops during a study tour to Almeria in Spain.

Administrators have been appointed at Oyster Marine Holdings Ltd, the holding company of the Oyster Yacht group of boat builders.

In her latest monthly column about women’s football, Katy Sandalls looks at the challenge ahead of the new England boss Phil Neville...

An international engineering company has announced plans to recruit up to 40 employees in the next two years as it opened its first UK base on the East of England coast.

Our panel of Town fans look ahead to and predict the result of this weekend’s visit of league-leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Stephen Gleeson insists he has nothing to prove against former club Wolves as he prepares to make his Ipswich Town home debut against the league leaders.

Mike Bacon takes a look at the football wages gravy train, and why Phil Neville should delete his social media apps! Plus he asks, who’d be a caddy?

A Suffolk couple who now run Spain’s only registered horse rescue charity, will feature in Channel 5’s Bargain-Loving Brits In The Sun television series this week.

Why not beat the winter blues by booking yourself a trip to one of these top travel destinations, as chosen by people in Norfolk and Suffolk.

We have assembled a group of Town fans to predict the outcome of Ipswich games and have their say on what’s going on at Portman Road.

London Stansted Airport has confirmed it busiest ever calendar year, despite a dip in numbers during December following the cancellation of hundreds of flights by its biggest operator, Ryanair.

An online wine merchant has brewed up plans to bolster its growth by jumping on the craft beer bandwagon.

A determined Ipswich mother who has been fundraising for life-changing surgery in Spain is “completely overwhelmed” after finding a doctor willing to treat her closer to home.

Paul Da Vinci, who’s coming to Suffolk, is the voice of a 1970s chart-topper. But which one?

Win one of two £250 fabulous prizes in our Langleys of Norwich Christmas Stocking Fillers competition

Bury St Edmunds will be honouring the original patron saint of England St Edmund with four days of celebrations.

His ancestor wrote the words for Peru’s national anthem, would you believe? (Though that’s nothing to do with Sergio’s cottage industry in the countryside near Stowmarket...)

Musicians have united in support of a mother-of-two from Ipswich who is fundraising for life-changing surgery in Spain.

Wow! How many times can you remember an England football team coming back from 2-0 down to win 5-2?

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.

Films with re-watch value, movies with a unique quality, will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

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 talented young Suffolk athlete has returned from Spain with three World Championship gold medals.

A fraudster who scammed internet shoppers out of £21,000 has been jailed – four years after the crimes took place.

From Co-Op Juniors productions and Linda Shipton’s School of Dancing to the Royal Ballet the professional dancer has come a long way. Now she is back with the latest tour by Rambert Dance Company.

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