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An appeal to build 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave could end up going to the High Court after Persimmon Homes has called for a judicial review of the Planning Inspectorate’s appeal findings.
A memorial stone in memory of all those locally who served in Korea from 1950-53 has been unveiled at the Millennium Cemetery in Ipswich.
A Kesgrave sixth former has won a prestigious Arkwright scholarship marking her out as a future leader in engineering.
The mother of missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague has spoken of her “immeasurable” peace of mind after police have this afternoon confirmed that they have ruled out he is in a Milton landfill site.
Tomorrow is your last chance to grab tickets for the annual Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times Christmas carol concert, which is raising money for a good cause in Ipswich.
Popular TV presenter Keith Chegwin, who appeared on The Big Breakfast, GMTV, It’s A Knockout and Cheggers Plays Pop, has died at the age of 60.
Plans to divide the former BHS store in Ipswich into smaller units containing a gym, shops and restaurants are set to be given the green light this week.
Ipswich market’s move to Queen Street and Princes Street will go ahead in the New Year it has been confirmed, as the council is set to agree which contractor to use on Tuesday.
Suffolk County Council has backed the plight of more than 34,000 women in Suffolk who have lost out in changes to pension contributions.
The new series of Netflix drama The Crown features scenes filmed in Suffolk, it has been revealed.
Suffolk is hoping to take part in a pilot scheme which will reduce plastic waste and save thousands of pounds for the council.
Developers at one of the busiest retail parks on the outskirts of Ipswich have confirmed the names of two new stores set to join.
Families in Kesgrave have hit out at “malicious” vandals who have been destroying Christmas decorations in gardens.
An Ipswich project which provides a creative outlet for children’s energy through music and radio shows has been given a £1,000 financial boost from Krissy and Friends.
Civic leaders are urging people to be positive over a proposed city bid for Ipswich.
A Co-op store in Great Cornard is the latest to have been targeted in a ram raid attack where an attempt was made to steal a cash machine.
An early Constable painting depicting a landscape on the Suffolk/Essex border fetched £1.5million at a Sotherby’s auction this evening, but failed to reach the £2-3m estimate.
A top chef at an Ipswich sixth form has been recognised as a finalist in a regional ‘chef of the year’ competition.
The East of England Co-op has become the nation’s first major food store to sell produce beyond its ‘best before’ date as part of a drive to drastically reduce food waste.
Felixstowe was alive with Christmas cheer as thousands gathered for the festive lights switch-on on Saturday.
An Ipswich taxi firm is celebrating after being recognised with a national award.
The first details of next year’s Ipswich Jazz Festival have been revealed – with international artists and top workshops set to grace the town in the summer.
A Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre has raised more than £1,600 for Cedarwood Primary School and the community centre.
A coffee morning at the Chelmondiston Red Lion has raised a further £2,000 for the Shotley Pier renovation – with the project nearing the handing over of contracts.
An evening of reflection has been organised by Kesgrave Town Council to allow families to remember a loved one this Christmas.
A Suffolk police officer who was one of two from the county to help with relief efforts at the hurricane-struck British Virgin Island of Tortola in September has been reunited after two months with the dog he rescued there.
An Ipswich Primary School took a step back in time to its history on Friday, hosting a Victorian-themed day.
A sculpture commemorating a legendary Suffolk Spitfire pilot has been unveiled in a road in Ipswich named after him.
A decision is set to be made in the New Year on whether tenants for council-owned homes in Ipswich get their rent reduced by 1%.
The deadline for taxi drivers to complete mandatory training on child sexual exploitation, dementia awareness and disability has been extended after more than 180 have failed to do the training.