It is an “extraordinary story” that started in the wartime skies over Lowestoft and “has now come full circle.”
A woman who travelled from down under to Suffolk to trace her family history discovered she is related to Harry Potter author JK Rowling.
Robin Pickett was always determined to follow his dreams; little did he know where they would end up taking him.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
Comedy legend Michael McIntyre had to ask an audience to explain the Suffolk phrase “on the huh” during a sell-out performance at the Ipswich Regent.
Wetherspoon is to stop selling Jagerbombs after the company announced it will no longer be stocking the German herbal liqueur used to make the popular drink.
A Beccles artist is to display nearly 100 paintings at an exhibition later this month.
One, two, three, four - are you ready for the thumb wars?
The region’s ambulance trust has floated the idea of asking volunteers to drive ambulances to help cope with winter pressures, it can be revealed.
Are you struggling to come up with fun ways to keep the kids entertained during the long summer break?
A jungle paradise hidden in the depths of East Anglia is set to play host to a wedding for the very first time.
What would you do if you won millions on the lottery?
A farmer who allowed 56 cattle to die in “disgusting” conditions on his farm has been given a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay fines and costs of nearly £30,000.
A fundraising campaign to help start an brand new artists’ residency which takes advantage of the Suffolk coast has been launched.
An inaugural river swim is set to be held in Beccles at the gateway to the southern Broads.
A Great Yarmouth born and bred consultant who has travelled the world and had a diverse career has been appointed as new medical director at the James Paget University Hospital.
Don Black explores the East Anglian connections to the notorious Australian penal colony of Norfolk Island, once dubbed ‘hell on earth’.
Popular local poet and Bungay Library patron Luke Wright will be back at the library this Friday, December 15, to subject the English language to a series of degrading new tricks for everyone’s amusement.
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