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Tributes have been paid to a man who helped to bring reggae music to Ipswich.

The Felixstowe Fairtrade Forum has come up with an unusual way of promoting events for the upcoming Fairtrade Fortnight.

Forecasters are predicting a cold start to the beginning of March as temperatures struggle to rise above freezing.

A young entrepreneur from Ipswich is to give the keynote speech at a business networking event held by MENTA in Woodbridge.

Toxins which caused the death of two dogs in Norfolk and Suffolk have now been confirmed come from starfish rather than other types of shellfish.

Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary took place in Great Wenham.

A number of collisions have taken place this morning across the county as residents woke up to icy conditions on many local roads.

Police have attended a two vehicle collision in Akenham.

Two Woodbridge brothers have been awarded this year’s Woodbridge Town Council Potter Community Cup.

Pupils from an Ipswich school are going to Buckingham Palace next month after being named finalists in a national enterprise competition.

Tim Leach who grew up in Hacheston near Woodbridge will be releasing the book this March.

The charity already have one shop on Felixstowe Road but a second store is set to open on March 8 on Meredith Road.

Susan Ranson from Ipswich was the winner of the Ipswich Star’s prize.

Reptiles, insects and mammals from all around the world have all greeted visitors to the museum as part of the Museum’s half term programme.

August 1992 saw the town return to its heyday as folk gathered outside Orford Castle.

Suffolk Police’s ‘Bin a Blade’ scheme was introduced back in December 2010 and encouraged members of the public to anonymously and safely dispose of unwanted knifes and blades in special bins around the county.

The collision had closed the road between Hatfield Road and Murray Park.

The German discount store already has one supermarket on Langer Road in the south of the town. The new store will be on Walton Avenue opposite Dock Gate One.

Whatfield CEVC Primary and Bildeston Primary have been awarded the gold level School Games Mark.

Cllr Jane Storey who currently holds the responsibility for transport at the council meet with travellers from across the east of the county to discuss their questions and queries on the future of public transport in the area.

The event was a screening of the Sky News documentary: A Plastic Tide and was hosted by Transition Woodbridge at the Salvation Army Hall in conjunction with the Greenprint Forum.

The latest report follows a short inspection by the school’s watchdog last month.

In her latest monthly column about women’s football, Katy Sandalls looks at the challenge ahead of the new England boss Phil Neville...

An app with the potential to save lives is about to be launched in Suffolk.

Matilda Gladwell, a student at the Royal Hospital School came third in the Eastern Regional Fencing Championships in the sabre division and will now move on to the next competition.

Ipswich Town are warning fans who post obscene abuse on social media that they could face stadium bans ahead of the second East Anglian derby.

Pupils from Farlingaye High School in Woodbridge will be performing Made in Dagenham, a story based on the real–life events which happened at the Ford factory in Dagenham in the 1960s.

A London council chief executive who oversaw the aftermath of the London Bridge terror attack and played a major role in the response to the Grenfell Tower fire has been in Suffolk to share vital lessons learnt from the tragedies.

The scaled down recreation will include houses, cars and park benches aims to create a true replica of the town.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was allegedly threatened with a knife and robbed in the centre of Ipswich.

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