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Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has pledged to ask the government to pay for the £1.5million search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague.

A photography festival which aims to build Suffolk’s reputation as a “centre for excellence in photography” is returning next year.

Ipswich Town’s managing director last night criticised the “unwarranted personal abuse” suffered by manager Mick McCarthy and players from fans and the media this season.

After the region was hit by the first major snowfall of the winter on Sunday and earlier today, forecasters have provided an update on whether there will be another wintry blast tonight and early tomorrow morning.

Emergency services are at the scene of a two-vehicle crash in Hadleigh.

Headteachers face an “impossible” task of deciding whether to close their school due to snow and fear looking “foolish” later in the day if forecasts prove to be inaccurate, education leaders say.

Planned strike action by teachers which would have partially closed Colchester Academy amid a dispute with the multi-academy trust was suspended on Friday night.

Sir Alex Ferguson has backed an online charity auction inspired by the work of Sir Bobby Robson, with less than a week to go until bidding ends.

Shoppers are urged to seek out some festive bargains and treats by organisers of the annual Ipswich Christmas Market which has started today. It carries on over the weekend.

Inspirational leadership has helped an after-school club near Woodbridge achieve an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating.

Eight hundred fake headphones worth a combined £200,000 have been seized at the Port of Felixstowe.

Teenage mothers are some of the best in society but still unfairly suffer from stigma and abuse, a Suffolk mother-of-eight has said.

More than 80 students and staff from across the region attended a GCSE and A-level composition master class at the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook.

Ipswich Town are giving unsold pies, pasties and sausage rolls to homeless people being supported by the Salvation Army.

A major milestone in the Ipswich ‘Winerack’ saga dating back to the 2008 recession has been reached today with the news that key contracts have been signed and construction work will start next month, it can be revealed.

Problems with teacher recruitment, local authority support and pupils’ progress are key reasons why a small primary school near Woodbridge has lost its ‘good’ rating, Ofsted has said.

An Ipswich mother has reignited the debate over how books are deemed suitable for primary school children after her 10-year-old daughter started suffering nightmares from a horror novel.

A teaching union has called for an investigation into a controversial Stockport-based multi-academy trust which runs five schools in Suffolk and Essex, including three in Ipswich.

A rediscovered Constable landscape described as “one of the most exciting and important additions” to the Suffolk painter’s body of work to have emerged in the last 50 years could fetch up to £3 million at auction on Wednesday (December 6).

Christmas has come early for a group of Ipswich students when one the of the nation’s favourite all-male a capella groups stopped by to deliver singing lessons and a show.

Students at Orwell Park School have been praised for raising over £2,750 for charity after staging their own school fair.

Hundreds of Ipswich Town fans are being told to move seats when Leeds United visit Portman Road to increase ticket allocation for away supporters and help avoid the controversial ‘all-ticket’ matchday rules.

A woman has died after suffering serious head injuries in a collision on the Suffolk/Norfolk border last week.

Four robbers attacked two people in a car in Bramford Road in Ipswich earlier this week, police have said.

Suffolk New College is today celebrating a major endorsement from Ofsted which has found previously under-performing areas of leadership, teaching and results have rapidly improved.

A young Suffolk artist has designed the Google Doodle today honouring the legendary British horticulturist and garden designer Gertrude Jekyll.

Ed Sheeran missed out on nominations for the top Grammy prizes but earned nods for two of the smaller awards.

Parents and schools may have to fork out if major proposals to overhaul the free school transport system in Suffolk are approved, it is feared.

An investigation into a blaze at an Ipswich tower block last week has concluded it was not deliberate, police have said.

More than 200 investigations into alleged care home abuse in Suffolk have resulted in just two charges despite a new neglect law, it can be revealed.

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