Opinion: Delia Smith is just plain wrong about cookery books, says Andy Newman

Fare-dodging cost 25 travellers more than £10,000 when they appeared before magistrates in Ipswich last week.

Nature writer Simon Barnes has never lost the thrill of hearing the keening cry of the buzzard. He’s not alone.

A man jailed for 25 years after a police raid netted Suffolk’s biggest drugs haul has been ordered by a judge to hand over £4,500 he was awarded in damages after the prison authorities failed to provide him with kosher food, to pay back his criminal profits.

Former Lowestoft Grammar School pupil and England captain Terry Butcher has paid tribute to his son Christopher’s “larger than life character” and described him as a “formidable and true friend” following the 35-year-old’s death.

When foreign language plays are translated for the stage they usually end up as starchy period pieces with cut-glass accents. In a new production heading to the region, Blake Morrison has relocated a 18th century French comedy to a Yorkshire town in the 1920s.

A huge thank you to the Cote Brasserie in Bury St Edmunds where one of the waiters on Sunday achieved what I informed him was a remarkable first.

Air weapon licensing laws are to be reviewed after a teenager died when accidentally shot while playing with his friends in a village.

As a British Showjumping course designer I am lucky enough to be able to enjoy watching equestrian sport at all levels, from pony club children just starting out to Olympic riders at the pinnacle of their career.

A man has been charged with grievous bodily harm after a teenage girl was allegedly stabbed in a village.

A man attempted suicide after losing a court fight over the care of his daughter following the death of his estranged partner, a judge has been told.

An online database on all things related to elderly care in Norfolk is celebrating its first anniversary.

Supporters from a Polish far-right nationalist group with links to the BNP have been criticised for attending the unveiling of a Polish memorial for Second World War refugees.

A lack of available land for development is holding back East Anglian builders from filling the demand for housing, according to research by a trade body.

My mum has become unable to look after herself – my dad died a few years ago.

Paintings by well-known Norfolk artist John Midgley will be on show at the Anteros Arts Foundation, Norwich, this month, in an exhibition celebrating a decade of painting and drawing the lesser-known back roads and urban areas of the county.

Fears are growing for a pregnant British mum and her sister who have not made contact with their Suffolk family since Hurricane Irma struck the Caribbean island of Barbuda.

Staff and youngsters at a North Walsham children’s holiday, breakfast and after school club are jumping for joy, after Ofsted inspectors rated the facility oustanding in all areas.

A well-known concert band established over 50 years ago is set to hold their annual concert in Wells to raise money for the RNLI.

Broadcaster Bill Turnbull has urged people across the region to unite against dementia and take part in a planned Norfolk Memory Walk.

A north Suffolk-based charity’s immense contribution to global nature conservation was illustrated last week with a visit to its headquarters of two leading South American naturalists – and success in its appeal to help prevent a critically endangered macaw becoming an ex-parrot.

Construction will begin this week on a long-awaited road for Beccles, which will remove heavy traffic and enhance the local economy.

With just a week left to enter the Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2018, an exciting new category has been added aimed at owner run bed and breakfasts.

More council-funded funerals are held in the Great Yarmouth area, compared with other areas of Norfolk and Suffolk figures reveal.

One of the Guardian’s top festival picks, FolkEast returns to Glemham Hall today. We sat down with organisers Becky and John Marshall-Potter.

A new era for the Norfolk County Golf Union’s Order of Merit series got under way at Eaton, with youngster Tom Carding claiming the win.

The following spots are known for going the extra mile to be inclusive. But remember, if you are a coeliac (different to an intolerance) always call ahead first to book.

University champions will be put in Norfolk’s sixth forms and colleges to drive up the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds going into higher education.

As the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra prepares to take to the stage with the music of James Bond this weekend, Emma Knights looks at seven 007 links to our region.

From flexitarians to fruitarians, fads for diets are turning in to big business for food manufacturers and restaurants.

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