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Breast cancer affects one in eight women – but would knowing if you were at risk of the disease help or hinder?

Holidays are getting more selfie than sexy as Millennials turn their backs on Club 18-30 - are those days of sun. sex and sangria at an end?

A decade ago record shops were on their last legs but now they’re reappearing on the high street. Nick Richards spoke to author Graham Jones about how we fell in love with vinyl again.

Sam Howard from Norfolk-based wine specialists HarperWells has some suggestions for celebration drinks, including a crowd-pleasing alternative to Champagne.

How well do you know your Shakespeare?

“Everyone is their own kind of beautiful” says 25-year-old Shannon Hyne who is setting up a support group and fashion shoots to build confidence of fellow alopecia sufferers in Norfolk.

Gina Long talks to East Anglian singer Laura Wright about her loves and hates in East Anglia

Tim James of Blackstar Dog Training explains how feeding time provides the ideal opportunity to teach your dog some basic obedience…

Ipswich Horse Society has raised more than £100,000 for charity with its sponsored rides, and its 45-year history is marked by a fantastically loyal committee of people, many of whom have been organising events for decades. Lynne Mortimer went to meet them.

Skipper shares memories of Mik Godfrey, and working for the Dereham and Fakenham Times in the 60s.

From Red Rum to Frankel, there’s no shortage of contenders when it comes to the title of greatest race horse of all time. Sheena Grant looks at the line-up...

Who has been on the radio show for 65 years? Which famous author was a scriptwriter on the show? Where is Ambridge? If you don’t know, you can find out here

If your horse puts back his ears, opens his mouth or bucks while being ridden he’s definitely trying to tell you something. But it may not be what you think. Sheena Grant reports on a pioneering study being carried out in this region.

We’ve enjoyed stunning weather this summer but if it’s a sign of things to come as the climate warms there could be unexpected, and deadly - consequences. Sheena Grant reports on why horse owners are being advised to learn about African Horse Sickness.

Tim James of Blackstar Dog Training offers his expert advice on reducing unwanted barking.

According to a recent study, just 4pc of the children’s books published last year featured a black, asian, or minority ethnic character – what does this mean for young readers?

Jarrold’s Minnie Moll loves Hellman’s Mayonnaise, Some Like It Hot and her tractor. She talks to Gina Long about East Anglia

Roadside carver Arnie Barton can tell a story with his chainsaw, giving old wood a new purpose and helping keeping a piece of history alive. Andy Russell finds out how he carved out a simpler life.

Houseplants have increasingly become a fresh and trendy necessity in a well decorated home, adding a feeling of warmth and vitality wherever they are. If you want to catch up on this exciting trend or just expand your collection, then look no further as we list some of the best places they can be found in Norwich.

Improve your concentration and focus with these seven helpful tips from nutritionist Amy Morris.

A summer holiday is the perfect time to catch up on the horsey reading you may not have had time for during the rest of the year. Sheena Grant suggests some books to try, along with a few suggestions aimed at younger fiction fans.

It was Jackie, then Cosmopolitan, followed, until its demise, by Punch. Teen mags, women’s issues... and then anything for a laugh

Tired of the same old hacking routes - why not sample what else East Anglia has to offer? Sheena Grant looks at five of the best riding trails.

Neil Watts had four consecutive outstanding Ofsted inspections whilst headteacher of Northgate High School in Ipswich. Now the founding member of the Board of both Ofqual and the Complaints Committee of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), he tells Gina Long what he loves most about East Anglia

Mind you, would we really fancy going to a place where the temperature falls regularly to -92C? Ooh!

The Little Vintage Lover Fair returns to Heydon this Sunday, August 5. But what inspired the first event 10 years ago?

A seven-fold increase in applications for citizenship EU countries has panicked Lynne Mortimer into looking for lost ancestry

You could have seen or spoken to a slave today. Modern slavery isn’t a problem limited to urban Britain, its here in Suffolk and Norfolk. JAMES MARSTON reports.

In her latest column on parenting issues VICKI COCKERILL, from Dereham, talks about what is really at the heart of a child’s birthday.

Can yoga be a form of form of therapy as well as exercise? Sheena Grant reports. We all know yoga is good for the body and mind but how many us realise it can also help heal emotional trauma and empower women?

In light of Q Magazine labelling Norwich as ‘unfashionable’, Amy Newbery offers 10 reasons as to why that’s completely untrue.

Picnics are not just for teddy bears. Lynne Mortimer reviews the modern history of picnics.

Justen and Lynne Karlsson left East Anglia for a new life abroad – and eight years later are finally settled and keen to reconnect

If you love bagging yourself a bargain, you’ll definitely enjoy browsing stalls at these brilliant boot sales.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not yet headed off on honeymoon, so if they haven’t booked year, why not come to East Anglia

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out De Kempervennen in The Netherlands.

This weekend will see thousands of people across the country celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

As the weather gets warmer and Pimm’s o’clock rolls around, why not head to one of these Norwich pubs to soak up the sun in their great beer gardens.

Colin Wright, managing director of Britannia Safety and Training, gave 10 reasons why he loves Norfolk in support of Norfolk Day.

King’s Lynn Festival will be supporting Norfolk Day on Friday, July 27.

Norfolk money-saving influencer doesn’t let Asperger’s stand in the way of hunting down bargains and helping others via tv

Lowestoft may not have the foodie renown of its seaside neighbour Southwold, but there are tasty treats to be found in the town and its surrounding villages. Here’s our selection of places to go.

It’s St George’s Day on Monday April 23 and celebrations in Norfolk range from dragons to desserts

With the Beast from the East battering the region and rain and flooding following soon after, it hasn’t exactly felt much like spring in Norfolk.

Independent horror writer and director Pat Higgins reveals how channeling childhood fears can inspire great film ideas in his latest masterclass.

They used to be a predictable mix of dough and dried fruits but now hot cross buns come in all sizes, all flavours and all seasons

Do we still have far to travel when it comes to understanding what makes an environmentally-friendly holiday? In a way no, as the answer is right on your doorstep. Taking your break in East Anglia can be a trip in tune with the planet.

East Anglia is as attractive to readers as it is to writers, with a busy calendar of literary events, many drawing in big name authors and guest speakers. Here’s our pick of this year’s events.

Norfolk and Suffolk are two of the most important bird watching counties in the UK – and there’s plenty to see year-round. Here is our top 10 of places to explore a region brimming with birds.

World Book Day is a time to celebrate stories, authors and illustrators and the occasion is marked around the globe in more than 100 countries.

Wardrobe worries are over for Norfolk teenagers who want to go to their school prom this summer with a cut price outfit sale which is raising cash for charity too.

Make a nest box, seek dragons and mermaids, watch a Viking ship burn, try competitive puddle jumping, eat pancakes this February half term in Norfolk and Suffolk

As a Norfolk Inn pops up on our screens on Four in a Bed, we take a look back at some of the other B&Bs and hotels which have had their five minutes of fame on the popular Channel 4 show.

A huge host of big name stars are flocking to the region this summer for outdoor concerts and events. Here’s a look at the top 10 shows you simply won’t want to miss...

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK, with rates set to rise due to the increase use of sun beds and increased availability of travel to sunny destinations. Even though one in five people will develop the disease at some point, no NHS screening is available; however, the good news is the earlier skin cancer is found, the easier it is to treat.

Former Anglia TV presenter Christine Webber, brings us her new novel It’s Who We Are, a tale of five people, long separated childhood friends, whose lives are destined to change forever.

Here’s a look at some of the exhibits, shows and events taking place across Norfolk next week.

There is nothing better on a crisp winter day then enjoying a nice walk with your four-legged friend before heading to find somewhere to eat. Here is a list of some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s best dog-friendly pubs.

Behind Gymfinity Colchester’s fun playground for budding ninjas and gymnasts is a serious effort to build fitness, mobility and agility in our young generation.

The author Francesca Armour-Chelu talks about her freewheeling Suffolk childhood, the strangeness of East Anglia and why she is thrilled her books have got more boys reading.

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