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Standing still should not be an option for Suffolk and Essex landowners and farmers who are tempted to hold out for a clear outcome from the UK's Brexit crisis, land agents say.

Actress Jameela Jamil's recent loo stories have started a social media frenzy, but our columnist thinks we should all (her included) get over our phobia of toilet talk.

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.

An animal feed firm which has its UK headquarters in Suffolk expects UK pig farmers to expand their herds 'in due course' once the uncertainties about Brexit disappear.

Bosses of big tourist attractions in East Anglia fear Brexit will have a huge impact if they can no longer import and export live animals and birds.

BBC Radio Suffolk's Mark Murphy says he has it on good authority that feeding bread to the swans is perfectly fine. Do you agree though?

Ghostly apparitions are not a concern for the council in Clacton as it prepares to build a new car park in place of a supposedly haunted old office.

Shoppers in Ipswich have had their first chance to taste the region's latest produce - cherry tomatoes from the new giant greenhouse at Great Blakenham.

Suffolk had a terrific day at the English National Cross Country Championships, spearheaded by Ben Peck's marvellous victory in the under-13 boys' race.

Chelsea loanee Trevoh Chalobah is not sure where he will be playing his football next season but has not completely ruled out a return to Ipswich Town.

The overlap of cross country and road running is always a busy time. Athletics correspondent Carl Marston spotlights various events, recent and future, and plots Suffolk runner Jack Millar's fine progress on the international stage

Seventeen-year-old year-old Habebul Islam, last year's junior captain at Ipswich Golf Club, has made an encouraging start to the new season.

The skeleton of the new "The Hold" heritage centre and records office in Ipswich is now taking shape on the campus of the University of Suffolk.

A former NHS consultant surgeon sacked for alleged misconduct has won the right to appeal her dismissal following a successful crowdfunding campaign.

Our columnist reveals some of the strangest relationships of all time - can you compete with any of these?

"We take the attitude if you are going to do it, do it properly," says farmer Pete Thompson as he describes how he branched out into apple orchards.

Remember when cars seemed to be part of the family, and even had nicknames? Here are memories from around the area of the vehicles our mums, dads and grandparents drove when we were young.

Jake Nicholls began riding a motorbike at just three years old, taking part in his first race on his 6th birthday, which he went on to win. Up until the age of 16, Jake raced Junior Motocross Bikes before turning professional. He was just 17 when he competed in his first World Championship. Sadly, an injury caused Jake to retire from the World Championship Scene in 2017. His highlights were being placed 4th in the World Championship 2012 and reaching the podium at the British Grand Prix. Last year Jake joined his father, Suffolk businessman Guy Nicholls, at Tru7 Group, where he is Operations Manager. Jake competes in the British Motocross Championship and loves living in Suffolk. He talks to Gina Long MBE

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