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Obituary: Bungay Grammar School boy Ray Woodhouse became a ‘brilliant’ teacher and an Ofsted inspector. He believed young people deserved the best education

Jackie Gooch has been a hairdresser since she was 15. As she celebrates her 80th birthday, in Ipswich, she says isn’t quite ready to retire yet.

Born above a Norfolk fish shop, Jim was a Formula Three star, nurtured F1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi and ran a horse stud in Suffolk. He ‘will be remembered as a legend’

Ad Feature A day out with a difference this Easter

Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Easter break is the perfect chance to make the most of the lighter, brighter days with a fun-filled family day out

Porn is suddenly a talking point once again after the UK government announced that a UK-wide porn ban will be introduced in July. Arts editor Andrew Clarke offers a personal view about the uncertainties and shortcomings of the proposed ban and how it will affect the art world

Jewellery designer Susannah Chenevix-Trench tells Gina Long MBE why she loves East Anglia, especially driving over the Orwell...

Tom Murray, famed for his iconic photographs of The Beatles and The Royals tells Gina Long about his East Anglian heaven and hell

Our agony aunt, Sue Bayliss, wrote about bullying in schools recently - it’s time it stopped, she said, but how? Then reader, Ann, wrote to her of what her teacher did to stop bullying in his classroom many years ago. Would it work today?

How much is a stamp, or a bus ticket, and how do you register with a doctor or dentist? There are lots of questions we all ask Google - so here are our answers to 25 top queries.

A social enterprise in Norwich reaches a landmark birthday this month and will be celebrating 10 years of bringing Print to the People with a special exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre.

Not made plans for the Easter holidays yet? Don’t despair because we asked mums, dad and grandparents in Suffolk for their top days out suggestions.

It’s almost 50 years since Concorde’s first flight from the UK, on April 9, 1969. John Alborough, who is a veterinary publisher and lives near Eye in Suffolk, took a special flight on the iconic aircraft towards the end of its life.

Gina Long MBE’s charity auction, one of the biggest of its kind in the world, has an amazing array of lots to bid for this year. Now’s your chance to live your dream...

The wife of passionate cyclist and member of the Wolsey Road Club, Cliff Matthews, has described him as “the most interesting human being I’ve ever been fortunate enough to have in my life” following his death from cancer.

Margaret Thick was a Woodbridge district nurse and also worked at Ipswich Hospital. Her funeral is on April 1

Well, he could be! But what East Anglian poet Luke Wright is actually doing is bringing his show to Norwich Playhouse on March 30. Here, he tells Gina Long MBE the things he loves and hates about living here...

After a new survey revealed that the Tooth Fairy is feeling the pinch, Ipswich parents have been discussing what’s the going rate for each lost tooth.

Roy Goldsmith came to Suffolk, adored it and found love. Here his partner Carol Whitmore looks back at his time at the helm of The Froize at Chillesford, his role as steward of the GRE/AXA social club and their disastrous first date.

The horse lover tells our reporter about his lifelong career working with Suffolk Punches and the prison service.

Which 1980s pop songs bring back memories for you? Did ‘Don’t You Want Me’ float your boat, or ‘The Look of Love’ get your pulse racing?

The closure of the Orwell Bridge has caused traffic misery for many in Ipswich today.

Rob Butterworth of Guat’s Up cafe in Bury St Edmunds travels the world to find the best coffees available. He tells Gina Long MBE about his love for East Anglia - and which are his two favourite restaurants in the region...

Yasmin Hempstead of Muddy Footprints shares her ‘East Anglian heaven and hell’ and reveals how adversity can actually be the route to what you really want in life.

Suffolk practitioner Ben Hymas explains why he thinks the technique works.

To mark Red Nose Day for Comic Relief on March 15, Emma Freud shares her East Anglian heaven and hell and reveals what she would like Robbie Williams to do in her honour...

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