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The Easter holidays are just around the corner and, as the weather is never entirely predictable, Suffolk's theatres have got a wide array of shows lined up to inspire the imaginations of young and old alike.

Bury St Edmunds' iconic 12th century Moyse's Hall is a building with history and who better to mark its 120th anniversary as a museum than Terry Deary, a man who relishes the dark, entertaining and, at times, bloody tales that history can supply, the author of the best-selling 'Horrible Histories' books.

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.

UK farmers may well look to new crops to grow in future - but will need to hedge their bets, an Essex crop expert says.

An innovative touring theatre company is bringing Homer's Odyssey to Suffolk and Norfolk this spring

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

Sausage dogs are looking to beat a world record in Southwold this weekend. The Southwold Sausage Walk charity event is back for its fifth year on Saturday.

A brand-new medal to recognise the greatest sons and daughters of Suffolk is being created.

Suffolk farmers fear their industry will be at the sharp end of Brexit, and feel deep frustration at the way in which it is being handled by politicians.

Now in my third year of my AHDB Strategic Farm journey, both the workload and my effort are as great as ever.

No.5 Angel Hill to bring European style coffee culture to the west Suffolk town.

You don't have to wait for farmers' markets and fairs to get your hands on this local favourite any more with six flavours going on sale as part of Sourced Locally initiative.

Two illegal immigrants caught cultivating a million pound cannabis farm on a Suffolk industrial estate have been characterised as 'victims' of a larger organised crime network.

Janoi Donacien joined Ipswich Town last summer but is now back on loan at Accrington. ANDY WARREN spoke to the defender about a tough year on and off the field.

The chances of much support for UK farming in a post-Brexit future are "pretty small" and a "dramatic shock" to the industry is inevitable, a Suffolk-based food entrepreneur predicts.

An initiative aimed at persuading more UK growers to farm in an environmentally sustainable way is set to be given a boost at an event in Suffolk.

A Suffolk mother-of-two who launched an organisation to support parents of premature babies after her second son was born at just 24-weeks is searching for more people to help her crusade.

Three Suffolk farmers were among a group of 15 who travelled to New Zealand to get an insight into how New Zealand growers are managing to push up their yields.

The final Squadron 65 powerboat, built by luxury boat builders Fairline Yachts, has left the company's Ipswich commissioning and handover centre.

Campaigners have called proposed speed-limiting technology a 'landmark day for road safety'

Pleas have been made to continue to help those struggling to heat their homes after figures revealed a dramatic rise in the number of Suffolk households living in fuel poverty.

On the eve of what was supposed to be Brexit Day, it remains unclear what leaving the European Union actually means.

Swing and jive band and Britain's Got Talent semi-finalists, The Jive Aces are bringing their colourful Big Beat Revue to the New Wolsey, Ipswich this weekend.

A scheme set to give a new lease of life to rural pubs has been given a £188k boost by government.

Helen Davies is bang on course to smash her personal best for the marathon, when she defends her Brighton Marathon title next month.

Preparations for a special children's garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show by an award-winning Norfolk designer are to get the royal seal of approval.

Thomas Mills High School from Framlingham will represent Suffolk in the national schools' finals at Woodhall Spa on July 10.

Suffolk's Lewis Sullivan crowned his first-ever run in an England vest by storming to victory at the SIAB Homes Countries Schools International, held in Dublin on Saturday.

A talented nine-year-old girl from Ipswich has won a Premier League poetry competition - picked by an all-star judging team of Rio Ferdinand, Olly Murs, children's Laureate Lauren Child and poet Joseph Coelho.

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.

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