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TGA, the nationwide specialist in mobility scooters based in Suffolk, will be hosting a safe scooter driving and charity awareness day at its Sudbury mobility showroom this week.

From an office in Halesworth, a computer screen is displaying exactly what is happening at a series of pig units thousands of miles away in America.

Suffolk-based charity Musica is asking you to take two minutes out of your life to change somebody else’s forever.

Evolutionary biologist, primatologist and broadcaster Dr Ben Garrod - known for TV shows like Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur, Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots, The Day the Dinosaurs Died and Secrets of Bones - shares how growing up in East Anglia sparked his love of nature.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different parkruns. This time he heads to the coast at Gorleston

Armed police swarmed on an Ipswich flat tonight – with witnesses describing the tense moment they saw officers with guns descend on a town centre street.

A Suffolk parish clerk has said goodbye to councillors after 39 years of serving a village community.

Sam Byford (Ipswich) produced a second round of four under par 66 to win the scratch trophy at the annual Rushmere Vase Suffolk Golf Union order of merit tournament.

This year’s Suffolk Show is set to celebrate its longstanding military associations at one of its most popular annual attractions.

Discount retailer Poundland is rolling out the PEP&CO fashion brand to 12 more of its stores across the East of England over the next six months, creating around 60 new jobs.

Rendham dairy farmers James and Emma Strachan launched Birds & Bees Campsite last year, but this year will be their first full season. They spoke to Sarah Chambers

Dancing at Lughnasa is one of the great theatre experiences of recent years. David Henshall speaks to Emma Martin about the play and it’s view on family life, prior to a new regional tour by Suffolk-based Open Space Theatre Company

Latitude has scored another UK festival exclusive, with Belle and Sebastian joining this year’s line-up.

A Suffolk food manufacturer says it will be making a concerted effort to get more women to take up manufacturing and engineering roles in a bid to bridge the gender pay gap in the sector.

Suffolk-based specialist joinery company TMJ Interiors has celebrated the successful completion of a major project forming part of business information giant Bloomberg’s new European headquarters in the City on London.

Two of the great icons of Hollywood’s Golden Age take centrestage in a new play Bette and Joan touring Suffolk next month. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to Jayne Lindill about the humanity behind the hatred.

A photography project exploring the plight of refugees in Ipswich has been given a grant boost from two county councillors.

Suffolk has been chosen to take part in a £1.8 million Government pilot scheme aimed at preserving the future of historic places of worship for future generations.

Orwell Housing Association has set out a plan to deliver an average of at least 100 new affordable homes a year in Suffolk over the next decade.

If you are eggs-pecting the Easter bunny on Sunday, make sure you make room for his friend recycling rabbit too

John (Jack) Millar tasted victory at the prestigious Home Countries International cross country meeting, held at Wollaton Park in Nottingham on Saturday.

A bout of ‘Ed Sheeran mania’ has taken over New Zealand as the star prepares to play three stadium concerts over Easter weekend.

The death of a renowned Suffolk film director from a brain tumour has prompted a relative to run the London Marathon to raise funds to help find a cure for the disease.

Employees at the Suffolk-based TA Hotel Collection group have been taking part in a series of free mini-workshops on wellness.

Local councillors and business leaders gathered to celebrate the “topping out” of a new free school being built at Oulton.

Essex and Suffolk-based estate agents and chartered surveyors firm Fenn Wright is to open a new branch in Woodbridge, just a year after launching a Sudbury office.

Suffolk Coastal’s planning committee has rejected controversial plans to build 290 homes in Rendlesham – with one councillor saying it was the committee’s duty to protect against “predatory developers”.

Suffolk’s food and livestock community has paid a heartfelt tribute to ‘local meat hero’ Charlie Mills, who has died, 
aged 55.

Humphry Repton, who transformed great East Anglian landscapes, died 200 years ago today. Don Black explores a unique heritage.

History has repeated itself after a Suffolk barley grower scooped a coveted industry award.

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