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A look ahead to the midweek FA Cup replay at Deepdale

Stay the night: Camps Heath Barn, Suffolk

A refurbished farm building offers the perfect site for extended family or large groups to explore the Broads, says Sarah Barrell

Naked fury! Why Calendar Girls are going into battle

Rows and cancelled performances mar the release of amateur production rights for the hit show to raise money for charity

Michael Chopra seals Ipswich move

Ipswich have signed striker Michael Chopra from fellow npower Championship club Cardiff for an undisclosed fee.

Surfer drowns off Suffolk coast

A surfer has died after getting into difficulties off the coast of Suffolk.

Two men shot dead near US air base

Detectives are investigating the shooting of two men on a traveller site near one of the UK's biggest military air bases.

Flood-defence plans are submerged by Whitehall cutbacks

Several new flood-relief schemes designed to protect thousands of properties have been put on hold, because the Environment Agency's flood-defence budget was slashed by £95m, or 27 per cent, for next year.

Win tickets to Wasps v Gloucester

Greene King IPA, the Official Beer of London Wasps, has teamed up with The Independent to offer five lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each to see Wasps' match against Gloucester on Sunday 13 February. 

Jimmy Bullard joins Ipswich on loan

Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard has joined Ipswich on loan until the end of the season.

Wilshere hungry for silverware

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere believes that success in next month's League Cup final could be a stepping stone to bigger things.

Arsene Wenger eager to maintain Arsenal's focus

Arsene Wenger had challenged his young Arsenal side to retain their focus after securing a place in the Carling Cup final at Wembley next month - starting with the visit of npower League One Huddersfield on Sunday.

Four workmen killed in accident

Police and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating after four workmen were killed in an accident while working on foundations for an offshore project.

Leading article: Suffolk: from cradle to grave

It must have seemed a perfectly grand idea to Suffolk tourism chiefs. They would invite the public to vote online for the best loved "icon" of the county. Even better, they would allow the public to make suggestions themselves. What could be more in tune with the devolutionist and participatory ethos of the Big Society?

The filthy face of Suffolk

Tourism bosses in Suffolk have been left red-faced after a poll to find the public's favourite image of the county was won by the lead singer in heavy metal band Cradle of Filth.

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