food & drink

The Fish Dish is only open every two weeks, serving a menu of fresh seafood.

Livestock farmers have ended a tough year on a high - with an annual celebration of locally-produced meat at East Anglia's only remaining weekly market.

The gourmet patty is part of the new seasonal menu at a popular Suffolk golf club.

Nicola Warren tries lunch at Ocean Fish Platter in the town centre.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited Hmm Burger in Newmarket on a Saturday lunchtime for a beef-based feast. Here's what they made of it.

family life

Cyril and Maria show how age is just a number and prove relationships with age gaps can last the test of time.

Is boarding school for your child? More and more parents are choosing this educational route for their children, increasingly aware of the benefits on offer.

Try local gins and Christmas trifle beer at what is the town's smallest inn.

He defied a Puritan crackdown and kept the spirit of Christmas alive


When Yougov published the results of its "mega" MRP poll last week showing that the Conservatives were on course to win a 68-seat majority in the 2019 General Election, I found their findings credible.

James Marston says incidents like the one on London Bridge on Friday are a moment to reflect on forgiveness

Whether it be classic cars, art, stamps or wine, alternative investments are a potential minefield says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.

By News Media Association chairman David Dinsmore

You can deal with getting older by staying fit and positive, says Christine Webber (aged 72 and three quarters)

homes & garden

French property owners show little sign of wishing to give up on their Gallic hideaways - despite Brexit turmoil, according to UK-based French legal experts.

For hopeful home owners looking for their own Grand Designs moment in Suffolk, a unique opportunity to build an above par luxury house is available.

The price of homes in the East of England should rebound and rise by 11% over the next five years with good properties in Ipswich - and some Suffolk's coastal towns - in demand, experts predict.

A much-loved green-fingered Suffolk Show stalwart has been recognised at a gardening event run by show organisers the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA).


Maps showing skiers how to navigate their holidays in the Alps with a low carbon footprint have been flying off the shelves, according to their makers.

From the dry bushland of the outback to surfers catching waves and barbecues on beaches, the images of Australia that spring to mind can be familiar to the point of cliché.

Browned off by almost-constant grey skies? Here are a few ideas for getting away and recharging your batteries

We've never been on a cruise before - but when my wife Judy and I were offered the chance to spend seven days with Ipswich-based Fred. Olsen on its Boudicca ship sailing from Dover to Tenerife we simply couldn't resist.

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