A Suffolk woman who suffers with crippling attacks of vertigo and sensitivity to noise is enjoying better health following a medical trial.

Increased cases of flu at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has prompted bosses to ask people to only visit if absolutely necessary.

When Jacqui Cobbold got a new job, she hoped the train would take the strain. But commuting has proved stressful

Frustrating delivery options can cause customers to abandon online orders, leading to loss for e-commerce retailers. As part of The Disruptors video series, Chris Jordan, co-founder of delivery start-up Carryr, explains how its personalised delivery and returns service is helping the high street to tackle the issue.

Founded after a ground-breaking medical research project, digital health start-up Congenica is on a mission to reduce diagnosis waiting times for patients with genetic disorders. Now an exclusive supplier for the UK's national genomic healthcare service, co-founder Dr Nick Lench tells us how they got here.

Colchester United have become stuck in a rut, but flying winger Abo Eisa believes that the U's will still make the end-of-season League Two play-offs.

Consultant vascular surgeon Michael Gaunt is full of surprises as he reveals to Gina Long MBE the things he loves and hates about living in East Anglia...

A celebrated academic and agricultural pioneer with a deep-rooted belief in the need to embrace sustainable methods has died at the age of 81 in Suffolk, the county he adopted.

One year ago, Nick Sawyer woke up to a phone call. That phone call saved his life.

A report supporting ambitious plans for a new £4billion metro system linking Cambridge with Haverhill and Mildenhall has been welcomed by council leaders in west Suffolk.

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

A man was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a collision with a lorry on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds.

A Suffolk software entrepreneur is being sued for more than £3.3bn by US computer giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).

The Suffolk parents of a four-year-old girl with a severe form of epilepsy will march on Westminster to demand access to medicinal cannabis four months after the law was changed to help families.

Punctuality on Suffolk rail services is among the worst on Greater Anglia's network according to new statistics just published.

Train drivers are learning how to master new cutting edge trains replacing Greater Anglia's stock by using a new £1.6m simulator at Norwich railway station.

A Sudbury vicar is leaving to head to pastures new at the end of next month after 14 years.

East Anglia is wonderful, of course - but is there an aspect of life in the area which you would consign to Room 101?

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Norfolk for the Holkham parkrun

For the sixth year in succession, Barker Storey Matthews has been identified as the most active commercial property agent in the East of England.

A forensic scientist from Bury St Edmunds has been awarded a prestigious fellowship which will see her travel the world to research the recovery of fingerprints in cold cases.

A holiday-maker watched in horror as a live-feed camera showed two burglars ransacking his village home.

James Marston says there's a very easy way to avoid being trolled...

Council leaders in Suffolk have offered Network Rail £1m to try to encourage it to upgrade Haughley Junction just north of Stowmarket as a matter of priority.

Orwell Housing Association has again been recognised as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Not For Profit organisations to work for in the UK.

East Anglian accountancy firm Larking Gowen is sponsoring the Family Business category at the Suffolk Business Awards. Becky Ames, partner, explains the ethos which makes the county a driving force in business.

We are no strangers to having a world-famous TV cook in East Anglia thanks to Delia Smith but a new culinary character is heading for the Theatre Royal in Norwich and Mercury Theatre in Colchester, and it brings actress Caroline Langrishe back to the region.

Plans to rescue a crumbling Grade II* church with potential links to the Saxon era which will lead to it being converted into housing have been submitted.

Over the last 50 years Britain has seen a major growth in the number of heritage railways - attracting millions of visits from people of all backgrounds.

Planes from two Suffolk airbases paid tribute to a fallen American air crew with a special anniversary flypast.

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