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How news savvy have you been this week?

PUBLISHED: 11:00 17 March 2018

Do you know where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently visited in East Anglia? Picture: DOMINC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE

Do you know where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently visited in East Anglia? Picture: DOMINC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE

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Test your friends and family with our quiz with the weekend news round up quiz.

A new bowling alley is set to open in Ipswich.

The venue, which is next to Empire Cinema in the Buttermarket, will open on Thursday, March 29.

It will include 12 ten-pin bowling lanes, a Sega amusement arcade, separate soft play areas for toddlers and children and ‘Ninja Tag Active’ - an assault course aimed at teenagers.

Ipswich will be the first Superbowl UK in the country to include the brand new Ninja Tag course.

In other news, an Ipswich based circus will appear at Dan’s Meadow in Martlesham, from March 14-18, Beachside Events area in Felixstowe from March 21-25, Trinity Park in Ipswich from April 18-22 and other locations.

Families can enjoy a series of acts from ‘Petite Circus’ including Justo the Clown, Jugglers, rope walking, hula-hooping, magic and fire displays.

A decision on whether a new Suffolk council will pursue ‘borough’ status will not be made until at least later next year, it has been decided.

A Suffolk man has plead guilty to causing injury by dangerous driving at Ipswich Magistrates court today after a woman was left with life threatening injuries following a car crash on the A1120.

There is good news for bargain hunters in Stowmarket as a discount store bids to make a return to the town.

Fire crews from Colchester and Wivenhoe have been called out to a bedroom fire in Colchester this evening.

A ground-breaking tech company that recently relocated from Cambridge to Suffolk has been working with University of Essex researchers on technology designed to make our online data safer.

From its ‘Go Bananas’ HQ in Bury St Edmunds, this forest advanture company now employs more than 1,000 people across the UK and the US.

Multi-million pound plans to transform a Suffolk RAF base into the first permanent international site for US fighter jets have been announced.

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