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A manufacturing firm based on a Suffolk farm has just completed a bumper £900,000 order.

Here's our guide to which feathered friends you might spot this springtime

An eight-year-old from Colchester is climbing one of Africa's highest mountains and raising money for the St Helena Hospice, which cared for his grandfather at the end of his life.

A homeless chef saved from suicide, a city banker made redundant and a reformed drug addict turned poet - three former rough sleepers share stories about life on the streets and their involvement in a new art exhibition.

A playful pair of serval kittens are the latest, and cutest, new addition to a Suffolk zoo's big cat family.

It's one of the contradictions of Brexit Britain that while the numbers of international students at the University of Essex has increased significantly since the EU referendum, the numbers of British students choosing to learn a modern foreign language there has fallen sharply.

An award-winning journalist from Suffolk is calling for an investigation into a vaccine which he claims caused his "meltdown" into insanity.

Taking up running is a rare New Year's resolution that many people manage to keep. But why is running so popular, and how has it changed over the decades?

From zip-wiring through Thetford Forest to going on a safari at Africa Alive, there are plenty of attractions to entertain the whole family across the region.

It looks like there's going to be lots of reasons to stay tethered to the sofa in 2019 as a whole host of new and returning drama hits the small screen. From Game of Thrones to Les Miserables, Line of Duty to Peaky Blinders, The Crown to Stranger Things, it's going to be a great TV year.

It could be the beginning of the end for trendy 'super-food' avocado breakfasts as the ingredient might soon be a lot harder to get hold of in the UK

A woman has spoke of her heartbreak after three of her beloved cats were poisoned in Great Blakenham over the course of a week.

It is time to shop ethical?

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Ipswich businesswoman Jo Salter, won't be caught up in the Black Friday hype - she says we should `shop ethical instead'.

Sector leaders have their say on Theresa May's Brexit deal

Speciality coffee roaster Freshpac don't just create wonderful artisan drinks; they want to change the lives of the hardworking farmers who help them do it.

Nicola Sturgeon told SNP delegates at the party's conference in Glasgow recently that its goals of Scottish independence were "clearly in sight". Coast presenter Neil Oliver tells Wayne Savage why he thinks it's a bad idea.

From its offices in a small market town in rural East Anglian an international charity is at the forefront of the fight to save irreplaceable wildlife habitat around the world from destruction. Sheena Grant meets the founder of the World Land Trust and hears about its latest appeal.

A ninja, a banana, a giant crayon, a free meal and free saws were all part of a charity event in Martlesham.

Gina Long talks to East Anglian singer Laura Wright about her loves and hates in East Anglia

We've enjoyed stunning weather this summer but if it's a sign of things to come as the climate warms there could be unexpected, and deadly - consequences. Sheena Grant reports on why horse owners are being advised to learn about African Horse Sickness.

An Ipswich-based ethical clothing company is planning a new project enabling every item of clothing bought to be fully traceable to the person who made it in Africa.

The risk of bird flu to the UK will start to increase with the approach of the autumn migration season, government officials have warned after an outbreak in western Russia.

A former Suffolk business management student who shot to fame after winning the Miss Universe beauty pageant said she had learnt valuable lessons from her studies as she prepared to launched a new record label.

Robert Redford has announced his retirement from acting. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the standout movies of his career. It's a diverse selection.

He left Lowestoft brimming with enthusiasm for the adventure of a lifetime and ended his days in the corner of a foreign field, his bravery in the theatre of war saving the lives of at least two others as he made the ultimate sacrifice. Recorded in France as an Australian, Claude Castleton's story is incredible.

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