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The LayStar Suffolk magazine and news gazette is a free online creative writing resource for great stories, imaginative literary articles, travel guides, business articles along with news and gossip for Suffolk.

LayStar welcomes article submission from new and experienced writers. Submit articles on general themes like bedtime stories, gardening and business advice. Submit articles of a local interest to Suffolk, such as local gossip and news and places of interest in Suffolk. You could also promote your business by writing an article about the industry that you serve.


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If The Queen Were A Plant?

By: Caro Sweet
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Category: Arts
Coverage: National

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SCULPTOR-IN-RESIDENCE TO CREATE RECYCLED BOTANICAL JUBILEE SCULPTURE AT RHS SPRING SHOW MALVERN

Royal British Society Of Sculptor’s Caro Sweet has been asked to be the first-ever sculptor in residence at the RHS Malvern Spring Gardening Show.


Secret 7” Singles And Sleeve Art For Sale

By: Paul Michael
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Category: Music and Theatre
Coverage: National

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The Secret 7 is a project that combines music and art to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. This is your only chance to buy 7” singles with amazing one-off pieces of art on the cover from musicians like Florence and the Machine, Ben Howard and The Cure


MyPhotoSchool Launches Eight New Online Photography Courses

By: Tara Sinclair
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Category: Pastimes and Hobbies
Coverage: National

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With courses from Photographing Children to Landscapes, Online Photography Courses make the Perfect Gift for Mothers’ Day or an Opportunity to Start something New this Easter


Wearing Yellow Makes You Happy

By: Karen Haller
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Category: Psychology
Coverage: National

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Wearing a touch of yellow is a great way to lift the spirits and feel happy in these austere times, says Karen Haller, one of the UK's leading authorities in applied colour psychology.


She's The One

By: Sarah Porter
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Category: Writing
Coverage: National

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She's The One: a writing competition to celebrate the world’s greatest women.


Technology To Tackle Child Pornography

By: Videntifier Forensic
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Category: Science
Coverage: National

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The World’s first technology able to detect child pornography and terrorist material in seconds is to be used to combat the global issues of child pornography and terrorist material on the Internet


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Want to write? Here are some ideas for creative writing literature and genres:
Bedtime stories; a history of quotes or sayings; erotic stories (imaginative, not explicit); vegetarian recipes; hobby craft guides; organic gardening; business advice in the Suffolk area; fiction - short stories; travel and tourism guides for Suffolk; health articles; food and drink; Suffolk local news and gossip.


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BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.

Doctors may face 'tougher sanctions'
Failing doctors could be forced to apologise to patients under measures being considered by the medical regulator.

Health experts' food poverty warning
More people are suffering from malnutrition as a result of worsening food poverty, health experts warn.

M25 closed after fire damages road
A section of the M25 in Essex was closed and there were "severe" delays, following a lorry fire which damaged the surface of the carriageway.

Ex-ministers join Commons clerk row
Veteran MPs Jack Straw and Margaret Beckett urge further scrutiny of the proposed appointment of the new House of Commons clerk amid an ongoing row.
 
 


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