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Wines of the region can vie with the best in the world, Suffolk vineyard owners said as a report into England’s vine growing potential was released.

The best place to grow grapes for the world’s top tipples may soon be parts of East Anglia rather than the great wine regions of France, according to a new report.

A new UEA study says online reviewers are less negative after a period of time

All will be revealed − and you can be there!

A University of Suffolk law student has been chosen to join the Sizewell C nuclear power plant project at Leiston as a legal intern.

More than 100 students at an East Anglian college have celebrated their achievements in higher education.

NHS staff from EU countries account for up to a sixth of the workforce in some of the region’s key hospital roles, figures show.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he recalls trips up north via Huntingdon

Two university students from Norwich have delivered first aid training for a major car maker after setting up their own business.

From Lady Lord Mayors to pop industry excess and a floating library, there’s energy and imagination to thrill and delight in 2018

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he reviews a few of the more local events

A mystery illness is killing East Anglia’s hares – sparking a call for the public to report sick animal sightings and help researchers diagnose the disease.

Businesses and further education providers will be welcoming an audience of over 4500 school children from across Suffolk at the fifth Suffolk Skills Show, which takes place next Wednesday at Trinity Park, Ipswich.

From Einstein to one of the world’s biggest computers, and from the discovery of oxygen to the birth of radio, radar and ready-meals - meet the people and marvel at the discoveries that have put our region at the forefront of science

The father of a 19-year-old Suffolk girl who died from anorexia fears many more patients have died as a result of how eating disorders are still treated.

A science fiction writer and tutor picks some inspirational East Anglian sci-fi people and places

The less-than-healthy diet of UK consumers is set to take centre-stage at a food conference in Suffolk.

Booker Prize winner John Banville on alter-ego Benjamin Black, why he hates summer, the beauty of a dishwasher manual and Norwich’s one-way systems

A former University of East Anglia (UEA) lecturer has pleaded not guilty to two charges of raping a girl under the age of 13, and nine other offences against girls.

A paedophile law lecturer who went on the run as he battled to evade justice has been arrested in Romania.

A new funding pot of nearly a million pounds is being made available to boost high-growth businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Promoting body positivity and clothing for fuller figures can help fight stigma and boost self esteem. Can it really be true that it can lead people to underestimate their weight? Sheena Grant reports.

While Heathrow’s plans for a third runway are about to take off, to the East, Stansted Airport is eyeing up its own grand own expansion plans – and many local companies are hoping to prosper from it.

Athletics correspondent CARL MARSTON highlights some terrific results for Suffolk athletes at the English U-23/U-20 Champs and Anglian Schools Champs

Teenage page-turner

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

When pupils complained no-one wrote books about children like them, teacher Hayley Long turned novelist. Now she is a full-time, award-winning writer, living in Norfolk with her next two books set in Suffolk

Comedy royalty spent two nights under canvas at a luxury camping site in Norfolk while they filmed their new BBC comedy about angling. On which note, two parrots were sitting on a perch. One said to the other ‘Can you smell fish?’

Can’t get enough of the World Cup? Here’s how to fill the next few weeks with more football and Russia

The productivity puzzle has bedevilled the country for a decade – but new research suggests firms are still be refusing to face up to the problem.

The East Anglian Book Awards are back for an 11th year, celebrating the region’s writing talent. Trevor Heaton reports.

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