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In this week's column, Mike Bacon takes a look England's latest impressive performances and the return of cricket

Teacher inspired many of his pupils, including Steve Coogan, who gave credit to the former priest in his autobiography

The magnificent replica of the ship Godspeed sailed from Ipswich docks in 1985.

A Suffolk woman who won Miss Galaxy 2019 wants to use her new platform to promote positive attitudes towards body image.

Ipswich Choral Society's spring concert will feature Mozart's Requiem and a brand new work by the acclaimed tenor and composer Tom Randle.

Ipswich Town look destined for the drop with 11 games to go. STUART WATSON looks at seven fringe players Paul Lambert may want to get up to speed for League One.

Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.

The royal's New York party has been much reported and speculated upon. Our columnist reveals more about the tradition.

Norfolk's Olivia Colman provided the Oscars with one of the biggest surprises of the night but by and large this year's Oscar ceremony was about making amends, spreading the love and sticking up for cinema. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the wins & disappointments

Will Lady Gaga be recognised for her performance in A Star is Born or will Glenn Close win her first ever award? Our arts editor gives his views on this year's Oscars.

This month it's 60 years since Buddy Holly died in a plane crash aged just 22. Our arts editor takes a look back at other stars we lost before their time, from Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain to Whitney Houston.

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has begun a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

A mum-of-two with secondary breast cancer has made an emotional plea for the community to help her access cutting-edge treatment in America which could help save her life.

UK farmers bracing themselves for Brexit are facing similar turmoil to the American agricultural sector under Trump, a US farming leader says.

A drop of Courvoisier brandy every night before bed has helped a Bury St Edmunds woman reach the ripe old age of 100.

Tributes to Ezra Leverett, the 'face of Halesworth'

The debut film from a Norfolk director, created to mark the Armistice centenary, was shot entirely in East Anglia.

A store that has built up a geek following and is also popular with those on the autistic spectrum has announced that it is set to close.

Celebrity crushes and a lunch date with Bradley 'Josh Lyman' Whitford

One of Suffolk's best-loved old fashioned sweet shops, which is packed full of more than 1,000 different types of sugary treats from a bygone era, is now up for sale.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads towards Leighton Buzzard for the Rushmere parkrun

Simon Dawkins says he's ready to try and help Ipswich Town in their fight against relegation.

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

Paddy Bishopp is a highly accomplished entrepreneur who has co-founded a string of businesses in Suffolk, including the multinational coffee chain Paddy & Scott's. But at school? He "couldn't be put in a classroom".

Sex, scandal and sensational headlines have always proved a potent combination to storytellers both in print and on film. We take a look at Hugh Jackman's new film The Front Runner and find unexpected links with the John Profumo movie Scandal

Laurel and Hardy remain one of the standard bearers of timeless comedy. Arts editor Andrew Clarke looks at what makes them so great.

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?

Marlene Lever worked at Sudbury's North Street Woolies for 27 years. Then the company collapsed. When Marlene went, she took her locker with her...

One minute you're curled up, savouring the latest Agatha Christie mystery. The next, 50 years have passed in a flash. Still, looking back at books of yesteryear does raise happy memories

Don't call the Foreign Office unless you've got a real emergency- which does not include asking what the plot of Braveheart is!

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