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

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

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.

A Suffolk personal trainer will take part in the world championships of a popular obstacle course race after being crowned regional champion last year.

Demolition work has started at RAF Lakenheath to prepare the Suffolk airbase for the arrival of two squadrons of US Air Force F-35 fighter jets.

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

Do little children really need their grandma to offer them advice for a lifetime - or would they rather she gave them an ice-cream?

A 'no-deal' Brexit will cause a huge headache for UK organic growers as their crop values plummet, an organic farmers' leader based at Bury St Edmunds has warned.

A women's charity is celebrating a successful start to the year including breaking a Guinness World Record.

This month Katy Sandalls looks at some huge changes to women's football in Suffolk.

A flag showing poppies in a battlefield has been flying over an Ipswich home since November and it will stay there say the residents, despite a complaint to the council.

After much hard graft, the librarian's debut novel is coming out. It's for young readers and billed as 'Scooby Doo high-jinks meet Casper in Gotham City'

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.

The royal's New York party has been much reported and speculated upon. Our columnist reveals more about the tradition.

Our agony aunt Sue Bayliss answers your questions.

Half a century since Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, visitors to a Bury St Edmunds exhibition got to enjoy a surreal close-up lunar experience.

Five replicator machines, used to copy CDs and DVDs and once worth hundreds of thousands of pounds, have been provisionally sold for an undisclosed sum.

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has lost a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

This month it's 60 years since Buddy Holly died in a plane crash aged just 22. Our arts editor takes a look back at other stars we lost before their time, from Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain to Whitney Houston.

East Anglian farmers face an era of 'survival of the fittest', they were told this week.

Ipswich has a long history of engineering invention and innovation. Now one local company is launching a new product for the construction industry, and it is already receiving international interest.

Peter Meaney of Command Pest Control at Preston St Mary, near Bury St Edmunds, explains the facts behind increases and decreases in a number of common pests last year - including a big rise in wasp numbers

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has begun a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

A mum-of-two with secondary breast cancer has made an emotional plea for the community to help her access cutting-edge treatment in America which could help save her life.

I first saw The Italian Job a couple of years after it was released in a Saturday afternoon double-bill with The Dambusters at Aldeburgh Cinema.

UK farmers bracing themselves for Brexit are facing similar turmoil to the American agricultural sector under Trump, a US farming leader says.

Suffolk's Museum of East Anglian Life is appealing for volunteers to help an ambitious project documenting and photographing 40,000 artefacts to create one of the largest online museums in the country.

US President Donald Trump's visit to Britain cost Essex Police more than £1.8million, it has been revealed.

At Shingle Street, on the Suffolk coast, is a beach house designed by modernist architect John Penn, for his own use.

Paul Geater says The Italian Job was the first and best heist movie - here he celebrates its 50th anniversary

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