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An award-winning Suffolk vineyard is up for sale as its owners look for their next project.

A man in his 50s arrested on suspicion of driving in the wrong direction on the A14 in Suffolk while over the drink-drive limit has been released on bail.

Three East Anglian beaches have been named among the UK’s 50 friendliest beaches for dogs.

New data shows exactly how badly the coronavirus lockdown affected house sales in Norfolk and Suffolk earlier this year – but now the market is bouncing back.

The summer of 2020 was shaping up to be a pretty good one for sports fans, writes Angus Williams.

Adnams has today launched its first premium lager – with sales from the new beer going to support marine conservation.

Statues have been placed around a Suffolk market town to commemorate the key workers and volunteers that helped people through lockdown.

Lowestoft-based supply firm Everything Office has gone into liquidation - owing more than £1million.

Barry Ellis joined Cooks blinds in the long, hot summer of 1976 and nearly half a century later he retired in the midst of another summer that will go down in the history books.

The use of physical money has been on the slide for years. But will Covid-19 finally spell the end and what does it mean for East Anglia?

Jobs in East Anglia are at risk as Boots has said it expects to cut more than 4,000 jobs because of the “significant impact” of Covid-19.

A Norwich Pret A Manger is one of 30 stores the chain is closing after being hammered by coronavirus.

A Suffolk school is cutting its summer holidays short to help pupils catch up on learning they have missed because of Covid-19.

Fears have been raised that the Covid-19 lockdown easing is “happening too quickly” - as growing numbers of visitors flock to the Suffolk coast in warm weather.

East of England Co-op is encouraging members to donate their dividend to charity after reporting good financial results.

The boss of East Anglia’s biggest housing association has warned the housing crisis may deepen in the wake of coronavirus, saying there are “tough times ahead”.

Southwold brewer Adnams could double production of its famous Ghost Ship drink by 2022 - meaning low-alcohol beer could make up 15% of its production.

The national mood is slipping from trying to contain coronavirus to trying to get normal life back under way.

A team of 50 people in East Suffolk say they feel “really proud” to have made more than 3,000 items of PPE for frontline staff fighting the coronavirus crisis in East Anglia.

Suffolk firefighters will drive ambulances during coronavirus crisis to ease pressure on the ambulance service.

A Hobbit hole shaped holiday let is up for sale as part of multi-award winning business.

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