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The Autumn festivities kick off the half term week this weekend, as the annual Holywells Apple Day and the season’s beer festival get underway.

Developers behind plans to build a 300-home estate in land off Bell Lane, Kesgrave, have expressed their disappointment at the Planning Inspectorate’s decision after it dismissed an appeal to let the build go ahead.

A £5.5 million centre to encourage business growth, start-ups and innovative projects has celebrated its first anniversary – hosting dozens of events and sowing the seeds of new projects.

Police have issued a warning after a Felixstowe man in his 70s became victim to an online and telephone scam in which he transferred £2,500.

Traffic has returned to normal on the Orwell Bridge after a crash involving a car and a lorry this morning.

Parents in Suffolk are being urged to help educate their children to be responsible online, with a warning issued that “online behaviour has offline consequences”.

Honorary graduates recognised for their achievements in writing novels and supporting higher education joined graduates from the University of Suffolk yesterday – and despite coming from different disciplines revealed how much the county means to them.

The Eastern Enterprise Hub has teamed up with Chuffed.org to host a workshop in crowdfunding for charities, social enterprises and individuals with a cause.

A group of games designers from Ipswich who took their talents from university and launched their own studios are preparing to launch their game next month.

A bestselling author who has a love for Suffolk has described how much of an influence the county’s landscape has on her work as part of her address receiving an honorary degree from the University of Suffolk.

Police have issued descriptions of men they would like to speak to after a pair of break-ins at Ipswich Town Football Club in Portman Road last week resulted in expensive wine being drunk, a food fight breaking out and TVs being stolen.

ActivIpswich will be launching its second ActivPentathlon Challenge this month, as those aged 50 and above are encouraged to enjoy sport and activity in a social environment.

A top leader in Suffolk’s Higher Education has expressed her pride at being awarded an honorary fellowship at the university she was instrumental in founding.

A third of teenagers and young adults at a Suffolk health and wellbeing cause have anxiety issues, a new report has revealed - as demand for counselling continues to increase.

Overnight roadworks have begun in Main Road, Kesgrave, as two weeks of pedestrian crossing work takes place.

People across Suffolk are being invited to share their sporting memories at a special event in Stowmarket on Thursday.

The Planning Inspectorate’s decision to dismiss Persimmon’s appeal to build 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave, sparked messages of relief from town leaders yesterday.

Ipswich solicitors Kerseys is today marking the 100th anniversary of the death of its founder’s son, who was killed serving in the First World War.

An appeal by developers to build 300 homes in Bell Lane, Kesgrave, has been dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate after it branded the controversial scheme as unsustainable.

Motorists in Ipswich are being warned to expect delays on one of the town centre’s key roads from next week – with work planned for four weeks.

An aspiring Scorsese who is working towards a media diploma at college has made his first steps into the filmmaking industry after gaining a work placement as an assistant director on a new film production.

BT has welcomed its new intake of 107 graduates at its research and development headquarters at Adastral Park in Martlesham Heath.

Wantisden Valley has teamed up with the Folk at the Froize monthly food and gig night to organise a special Folk on the Farm event.

Around 100 dog walkers and 60 dogs gathered at Glemham Hall for the annual Paws with a Cause walk on Sunday, helping raise a four-figure sum of money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Selfless volunteers who have dedicated hours to good causes across the county have been recognised by Community Action Suffolk (CAS) in its annual awards ceremony.

“Although we could see the devastation, they still had smiles on their faces. That’s why we say we have huge respect for them – we definitely saw the best side of humanity out there.”

A pair of break-ins at Ipswich Town Football Club in Portman Road resulted in expensive wine being drunk, TV’s being stolen and a food fight breaking out, it has been reported.

Suffolk police officers are investigating an arson attack which damaged a car and home in Clopton.

Delays have been reported on the Orwell Bridge in Ipswich this morning after a crash.

An Ipswich athletics coach who continues to train those in the sport as she approaches her 80th birthday has been recognised with an outstanding award to volunteering.

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