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From choosing a breed, to feeding and sleeping, Suffolk dog trainer Zoe Willingham shares her tips.

After 2020 we are all in need of some Christmas sparkle to boost our spirits. Here’s our guide to a wealth of festive treats that will make Suffolk families feel that the season of goodwill is here.

Hope and Homes for Children, started by a former army officer from East Anglia, is counting on your support to help its work this Christmas.

After a breathless chase, the pack finally tracks down its quarry — and a frenzy of licking ensues.

We meet Suffolk baker Becky Sebright-King, founder of personalised biscuit company Lady Bakewell-Park.

Farmers are set to create turtle dove feed plots across Norfolk and Suffolk in a bid to reverse dramatic declines in one of the UK’s most celebrated farmland birds.

Three local nightclub owners explain how they feel their industry has been left in the dark during the pandemic, and why another lengthy lockdown spells bad news for the nighttime economy.

A ‘powerful and evocative story’ was crowned the winner at an online ceremony.

A spectacular light show, a heritage trail and a concert will come to Bury St Edmunds next year as Suffolk marks the 1000th anniversary of the founding of the Abbey of St Edmund.

From a cloaked man in a hat likened to Guy Fawkes, to the White Lady - apparitions have long been reported at these coastal grave sites.

The coronavirus makes staying healthy more important than ever – and for smokers determined 
to quit smoking, PrivateDoc can offer assistance.

Birgitte Wendon-Blixrud of Suffolk Wellbeing Service explains how lack of rest can affect the body, and why the Covid pandemic has played a part in sleepless nights.

HMP Highpoint and LM Barry work together to give prisoners a range of employability skills and qualifications, including forklift truck driving, and health and safety.

Michael Cole, former BBC royal correspondent and director of public affairs for Harrods looks back on the Princess Diana he knew

Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction co-ordinator Olivia Churchill explores how the thousands of pounds raised will benefit young people across East Anglia for years to come.

Patzi Shepperson was part of the first ever Red Nose Day team and co-organised the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction.

Suffolk clinical psychologist Dr Sarah Clark explains what bullying is, how to spot the signs and how it can deeply affect someone later in life.

Cenzo Townshend, of Decoy Studios in Suffolk, has worked with Ed Sheeran, Snow Patrol, Elbow, Florence & the Machine, The Maccabees, George Ezra and many more.

There’s still time to bid in the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction and help two vital legacy projects change many lives.

The Prime Minister has said we’re allowed to meet one friend for a walk or a ‘sandwich on a bench’ - here are some of our favourite locations.

The category winners for the coveted East Anglian Book Awards 2020 have been revealed, celebrating the very best of publishing, writing and reading in the region.

Known for his no holds barred broadcasting style, Suffolk presenter and former footballer Alan Brazil tells all in his new autobiography.

We meet Zheni Warner, who creates illuminated works of art.

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