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Did playing the recorder, piano, trombone or triangle at school start a lifelong musical passion - or did your interest last for just a few weeks?

The Brat Pack was born 35 years ago, with the release of Sixteen Candles. Were you a fan? Here’s a look at their impact and where they are now.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime treat when Concorde flew from RAF Coltishall.

It’s almost 50 years since Concorde’s first flight from the UK, on April 9, 1969. John Alborough, who is a veterinary publisher and lives near Eye in Suffolk, took a special flight on the iconic aircraft towards the end of its life.

What does the “best of British” mean to you? Cream teas, cricket, stately homes or panto? Here our staff and readers look at what our green and pleasant land means to them.

East Anglia is wonderful, of course - but is there an aspect of life in the area which you would consign to Room 101?

Police dogs might think they are just playing games - but their handlers know just how vital their role is.

Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.

Following our previous selection of memories of family cars from years gone by, more people from around the area have been sharing their reminiscences.

A seven-bedroom Suffolk mansion which was once the holiday home of Gordon Brown has gone on the market for £1.8million.

“Anglia Square not Leicester Square.” It was a catchy slogan - but campaigners Rob Wilkes and Raf Turnbull hardly dared to hope it would come true.

Remember when cars seemed to be part of the family, and even had nicknames? Here are memories from around the area of the vehicles our mums, dads and grandparents drove when we were young.

The late Beatles were great - but don’t overlook their early work! Here’s a tribute to the early singles and albums.

Slade, Abba or even Timmy Mallett? Which was the first cassette you ever bought? Following reports that cassettes are making a comeback, people have been recalling the first tape they owned.

From hula hooping to roller skating and home workout devices like the Bullworker, fitness has certainly changed over the years. Which of these do you remember?

Taking up running is a rare New Year’s resolution that many people manage to keep. But why is running so popular, and how has it changed over the decades?

Beautiful East Anglia offers opportunities to see wildlife all the year round, including during the winter. Here are 12 great places to get close to nature.

Rail bosses have announced a change which will make things more convenient for passengers from East Anglia travelling into Liverpool Street station.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and we certainly don’t want to be Grinches! But just a few things can get annoying. Here is a selection of people’s lighthearted festive gripes.

We might be in the age of video games, but board games are still favourites at Christmas. Which game will get your family sitting round the table?

Beyond the Christmas tree, decorations and pudding, do you have any special customs unique to your family? Here’s a look at some weird and wonderful festive traditions.

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