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Suffolk's Jubilee Opera premières a newly commissioned opera for children this weekend based on a real life Anglo Saxon mystery

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In the aftermath of war 100 years ago, Holywells in Ipswich was the joyful setting for a wedding for a well known Suffolk family | Words: Jane Dismore

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New to the area, working alone, bereaved or suddenly on their own . . . Suffolk has ways of easing people's isolation | Words: Richard Ginger

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October . . . the month for the unusual and the unexplained. Pip Wright delves into Suffolk's strange, bewildering history of witchcraft | Words: Pip Wright

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The Murder in the Red Barn at Polstead is as notorious today as it was when it was committed almost 200 years ago as Ross Gilfillan explains...

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Generations of inshore fishermen have helped shape our east coast 'towns of the sea'. Gary Doy is one of this diminishing breed | Words: Richard Negus - Photos: Sarah Farnsworth

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A divorce or separation is one of the most difficult things anyone can go through with wide-ranging ramifications for you and your family. To help make this process run as smoothly as possible Gillbanks Family Law have given us a small insight into the expert advice and guidance they provide

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Who says history is boring? It's intriguing, exciting, moving, and it can help you understand who you are | Terry Hunt is former editor of the East Anglian Daily Times. Suffolk born and bred, he lives in Ipswich

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It may have put up a fight over the years but even Suffolk has not been able to resist the advances of the modern world. Here are 15 amazing videos that show our county in much simpler times

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The Suffolk Preservation Society is 90 this year. Paul Simon catches up with its director, Fiona Cairns, to both look back at its past achievements and future aspirations for our county

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Jonathan Schofield sails on Lowestoft's only remaining fishing smack and discovers how it is helping to transform young lives

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Peter Berry, of Friston, has completed a 300-miles, five counties challenge, cycling across Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and parts of Essex to raise funds for Young Dementia UK

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Suffolk's new heritage centre, The Hold, is taking shape. Sheena Grant gets a glimpse of its fascinating archive spanning 900 years

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Jan Etherington relives her experience as an extra on the latest film by Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle which was shot in Suffolk

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Net at the ready, Linda Duffin joins seafood consultant Mike Warner on a foraging expedition to catch briny brown shrimp | Words: Linda Duffin - Photos: Sarah Lucy Brown

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The first ever recipients of the Suffolk Medal - the highest honour that Suffolk can bestow on one of its own - have been announced

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Suffolk Day is now a firm date in the county calendar, a day for celebration, reflection and confidently stepping into the future | Words: Jayne Lindill

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Jan celebrates the calm of June before the word gets out about Suffolk | Jan Etherington is a journalist and comedy writer of radio and TV series. Now living in a village somewhere in Suffolk

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Peter Berry isn't letting dementia stop him cycling 300 miles around East Anglia, on a penny farthing, to raise money and awareness | Words: Jayne Lindill

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