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Review: Private Lives, by Noel Coward, Red Rose Chain, Avenue Theatre, Ipswich, until Sunday April 7

A sculpture paying tribute to a Bury St Edmunds-born cyclist who won the world's first road race 150 years ago has been officially unveiled in the town.

Globe-trotting firm Surya Foods is clocking up the air miles to promote its brands.

Children from a Bury St Edmunds primary school have decorated a wheel as part of a new art installation which celebrates a man from the town who won the world's first cycle race 150 years ago.

The world isn't always safe, especially not for women, but that doesn't mean we should fear exploring it, says Emily Cotton - plus the 11 destinations voted best for female solo travel

On a weekend dominated by wind-related stories Lloyd Chapman and Mandy Bunn were the winners in Cycle Club Sudbury's Mad March Hilly time trial on the Lavenham-Hadleigh-Monk's Eleigh circuit, writes Fergus Muir.

I've got a weird problem and everyone I know thinks it's stupid.

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.

A "fun-loving" dancer who was a long-standing member of a Sudbury amateur dramatic group has died following a period of ill health.

In his weekly column, Mike Bacon puts the question do players move on to 'bigger' clubs but possibly not play. Or stay put, and continue to be the first on the team-sheet.

A Suffolk author has launched her latest novel at the Tate Modern gallery in London.

A Suffolk cornet player will be heading to a prestigious music competition at the end of the month.

A former Easton and Otley college student has expressed delight after returning as its farm manager with 30 years in the industry under his belt.

This year looks like being an interesting and eclectic year at the movies with some unfamiliar names seeking to make their mark on the big screen. Arts editor Andrew Clarke nominates the films to look out for

Grab those book tokens you got for Christmas and head off to your local bookshop to pick up some great 'reads' for the New Year

Suffolk's iconic Christmas show creators Pat Whymark and Julian Harries have come up with a batty tale about knitting circles and the French revolution. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to them about how they go about making people laugh

A Suffolk schoolgirl took the trip of a lifetime to meet her favourite Disney idols, thanks to a charity for young victims of crime.

Rodin's erotic classic The Kiss is making a rare trip out of London and has taken up residence in Christchurch Mansion.

With the festive season approaching, we've chosen 26 all-time great feel-good movies. Vote for your favourite in our poll.

The Four Gateways artwork on the Ipswich Cornhill has certainly provoked a strong reaction on social media since it was revealed to the world at the end of last week.

From its 'Go Bananas' HQ in Bury St Edmunds, this forest advanture company now employs more than 1,000 people across the UK and the US.

Suffolk stylist and social media sensation Eileen Lam has launched her third book featuring the "Dolly Treasures" and their adventures around the county - and beyond.

With the release of JK Rowling's new Fantastic Beasts movie, we return to the magical world of Harry Potter. Arts editor Andrew Clarke is impressed with how well the new story meshes with the previous installments

Owning a Vauxhall Viva proved educational for Bob Hobbs - engine problems while on holiday in France led to a lifelong study of speaking French.

Triumphs and tears on the slow path to peace: How the EADT reported the last week of The Great War

Dad Lee Harris is concerned - and is doing something about it. (But was Kirstie Allsopp right to smash up her children's iPads?)

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.

The centenary of the end of the First World War is now just three weeks away with ceremonies to mark the Armistice happening across the world as well as here at home in East Anglia.

One of Coward's first plays, there's much to like and dislike. Director Sally Broatch and her cast wrestled the best out of a mishmash of a story brimming with too many ideas to create a thoroughly entertaining evening of wit and drama.

A former soldier who ran 360 miles across England and France to support her comrades is a finalist for a national award for unsung heroes.

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