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Scotland beckons for playwright Suzanne Hawkes who will take her play, Courage Calls, to one of the UK's best art festivals.

A team of Suffolk quizzers became the first team in Eggheads' 16-year history to answer every question right - can you do the same?

Comedian and rising star Sofie Hagen will bring her hit Edinburgh show Bubblewrap to Colchester Arts Centre in May.

Clacton Pier's most iconic ride is set to return this weekend after a winter break in Scotland.

Suffolk County Council's finance chief has vowed not to overspend on its budget next year as the authority heads towards another seven-figure hit from reserves.

Suffolk County Council's budget featuring a 4% council tax rise and a controversial decision to cut Citizens Advice cash has been given the final go-ahead.

Find out about Joe's many achievements, from working on the Spitfire to hand-printing books.

Fresh calls to protect Citizens Advice funding have been made to Suffolk County Council, as an amendment to controversial budget proposals has been put forward ahead of next week's key decision.

Homes across Suffolk are set to see their council tax bills rise by around £65 from April, after county council budget proposals were approved.

Orkney has been crowned the UK's best place to live in an annual quality of life survey. But can that be right? Surely Suffolk must have a decent shout?

The Duke of Edinburgh has told a mother-of-two, injured in the Norfolk car crash he was involved in, that he is "deeply sorry".

More than £10million of cutbacks remain in Suffolk County Council's budget, it has emerged - with controversial plans to phase out Citizens Advice grants still set to go ahead.

In light of the recent accident involving HRH Prince Philip, our columnist finds out exactly what the laws are relating to older people driving and says we shouldn't write them off.

Multiple marathon runner John Fensom will be taking on an incredible 12 challenges - all to raise money in memory of a family friend's son who died of meningitis.

Football writer Carl Marston dons his anorak to visit clubs in the region (and beyond) in his quest for good football and a good cup of tea. Here he heads to Biggleswade FC's Langford Road

Ipswich 'Tru Plant' Witches asset Cameron Heeps will be back at Foxhall in 2019, joining Danny King and Jake Allen in the new side, writes Henry Chard.

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.

And what do you buy the woman who has everything? James Marston speculates about the Royals' Norfolk Christmas

Stansted Airport is bracing itself for what is expected to be its busiest ever festive season.

HighTide, over the last decade, has established itself as one of the greatest champions of new theatre writing. The Curve's Suba Das has been announced as the successor to HighTide artistic director Steven Atkinson when he steps down next year.

The Proclaimers at Ipswich Regent on Thursday night.

He has been honoured with an MBE and included in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Millions of pounds of cutbacks for council services in Suffolk next year have been revealed - with homes facing further council tax rises for the next three years.

With more university students writing their exams on lap tops, will the barely legible handwritten paper become a thing of the past? Lynne Mortimer hopes not.

Londoner Susie adored her adopted Suffolk, and Ipswich Town. During a full life she corresponded with a prisoner on Death Row, and took up parkrunning at Kesgrave at 68

Days Gone By looks at past local activities in Ipswich including the Boys Brigade band and events at the ABC cinema, St Matthews Baths Hall and more.

Conspiracy theorists who believe the earth is flat will descend on Ipswich town centre on Sunday on their new tour- to try and prove that the world is not round.

Spill Festival has become an important part of Suffolk's cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic director Robert Pacitti and was guided through a packed programme

Business is no joke - but it can be a laughing matter. Just ask stand-up comedian Joe Grant.

With the BBC children's show about to celebrate its birthday, Steven Russell gets misty-eyed as he meets one of his childhood heroes: ex-presenter Peter Purves

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