Now as you may or may not know we're down to the last four in football's World Cup.
Tonight, the hosts Brazil take on Germany. Tomorrow, the Netherlands play Argentina - a match you can see live on ITV.
Sadly, England were knocked out more than a fortnight ago -but ecliped by a team from our region which has done rather well.
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Now if you thought England had come away from the World Cup with nothing then think again.
A team of ladies who work at fast food restaurants around Lowestoft in Suffolk and Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, won the chance to go to Brazil.
They won the McDonald's European football challenge. They topped that by beating a team from Brazil in Rio to return home as World Champions.
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A retired teacher from Suffolk was shocked by an extra special thank you from a former pupil.
Sean Harris, who grew up in Lowestoft, won the leading actor award at Sunday's BAFTA ceremony. In his acceptance speech he credited Lesley Halley with inspiring him to pursue his dream.
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Local businesses in Lowestoft are to benefit from extra government help, after the town was awarded Assisted Area status.
It means companies can now apply for additional funding and tax breaks to create jobs and expand their business.
Great Yarmouth, Harwich and Clacton are among other places in the East which will also benefit from the scheme.
Waveney District Council has agreed to spend £1.5 million pounds repairing sea defences in Lowestoft.
The south beach has been closed since last year after severe storms and the tidal surge weakened the sea wall and lowered the sand levels.
Work will start in the Autumn but engineers warn that another five million will need to be spent creating more permanent defences.
The thousands of people who visited Lowestoft in Suffolk this weekend would have struggled to get to the beach, even if the weather had been perfect.
Since late last year the section of beach between the harbour south pier and Parade Road South has been closed because of coastal erosion. The council now has to decide if it will pay millions to have it made safe.
Proposals to repair part of the Lowestoft seafront in Suffolk are being discussed at a meeting today.
Waveney District Council's cabinet is looking at plans to spend around £1.5 million repairing coastal erosion and damage from last years tidal surge.
Councillors will be asked to give the go-ahead tomorrow (Weds) for the works, which have been described as a priority.
Suffolk boxer Anthony Ogogo has been announced as one of the county's baton bearers for the Commonwealth Games this summer.
Six people from Suffolk will carry the Queen's Baton when it visits the area on June ninth.
t will travel through Lowestoft, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.
Anthony won an Olympic bronze medal during the London 2012 Games.
Among the other baton bearers are Commonwealth gold medallist Ron Wallwork, England under-19 cricketer Elizabeth Reynolds, and 80-year-old keep fit enthusiast Ken Webb.