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Weird and Wonderful Wood has lived up to its name, with an amazing selection of wood-themed attractions at the annual event.

Would you like to live in your own stately home? Otley Hall, a historic moated Tudor manor house near Ipswich, could be yours - if you have £2.25million to spend.

As you settle down to watch the Eurovision Contest from your armchair, do you dream of having a seat at the glitzy spectacular?

Eurovision star of the 1980s Kit Rolfe has gained a whole new generation of younger fans who are excited by the song contest.

Millions will watch the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday- but what's the secret of its appeal? Readers and staff have been choosing their favourite songs.

A historic village pub has reopened after being closed since last year - attracting hundreds of customers on its first night under new management.

A special tribute to singer Doris Day has come from Ipswich singer Annika Rands, who performs her own solo show based around the singing legend.

Around 300 competitors took part in the Maldon Mud Race in May sunshine, battling their way through the muck to raise thousands of pounds for good causes.

Outdoor clothing shop Trespass is planning to close its store in Ipswich, in the latest blow to the town centre.

A special fundraising evening in honour of Kevin Beattie raised more than £3,000 towards The Beat Goes On, the campaign for a statue of the Ipswich Town legend.

Happiness... Everyone from Ken Dodd to Pharrell Williams has sung about it. But what makes you happy here in East Anglia? Our readers and staff have been answering that question.

Nurses do a demanding and vital job - and International Nurses Day', celebrated today, is a chance to say thank you.

This stunning home in Aldeburgh, is on the market for £1.1million - offering five bedrooms, balconies, a conservatory, a walled garden and covered decking.

An inspirational Suffolk youngster and his mum have made a video with a Coronation Street star, to bring hope out of tragedy.

Did you enjoy a popcorn party night out at Carbon in Stowmarket on Saturday?

Escape rooms have become a worldwide craze, and it is estimated there are now nearly 1,500 across the UK, with themes ranging from UFOs to the Holy Grail.

Champion vegan bodybuilder Guy Mills admits he was scared of losing muscle when he first gave up meat - but now he says he will never look back.

Another bank holiday weekend is nearly here! If you need some extra shopping or run out of something, when will your local supermarket be open? Here's a round-up of major supermarket opening times over the early May bank holiday.

May 24, 2019, is the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth. Various celebrations are lined up nationally - but what is the monarch's legacy in East Anglia?

Dedicated Ipswich Town supporter Anthony Volz has completed a real labour of love - creating a Lego model of the Blues' Portman Road ground.

An injured swan on the line has caused train delays and cancellations on the main line to London today.

With spring now here, many people are considering a home move. What will a budget of up to £270,000 buy you around the area? A bungalow in Ipswich, a brand new house near Framlingham or a period property in Sudbury.

East Anglia has an amazing array of churches. Norfolk and Suffolk between them boast more than 1200 medieval churches, with Norfolk having the highest concentration of these buildings in the world.

A charity has opened a new free bookshop in Ipswich town centre, to help promote literacy and a love of reading,

Superstar Ed Sheeran has been told by planners to remove a sauna which had been built close to his wildlife pond.

Are you looking for a pub to run? If so, a popular venue in Ipswich is holding an open day tomorrow, Wednesday, April 24, to find new tenants.

A driver with a revoked licence has had their car seized in Ipswich.

Did you get the Easter party started at Carbon nightclub in Stowmarket on Saturday night?

Householders in Suffolk are being warned about "Nottingham Knockers" operating across the county, following a series of unwanted house calls.

The play's the thing ... but which one? Every year, schools and professional and amateur companies across East Anglia study, perform and reinterpret a wide range of Shakespearean dramas.

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