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Landowners Trinity College, Cambridge, want to halve the amount of affordable housing they are required to build as part of a new 385-home estate on the edge of Felixstowe.

Housing developer Bloor Homes has bought the Woods Lane site at Melton, where it plans to start work on 180 new properties this summer once details have been approved by Suffolk Coastal council.

Paratroopers from Colchester Garrison are putting their skills to the test alongside their Jordanian counterparts in a major joint exercise set in the country’s scorched desert plains.

A group of new EDF Energy apprentices have taken their families to meet the Sizewell B station director and find out more about the next steps of their career.

Record numbers of people attended activities and attractions in Ipswich over the Easter holidays.

A landlord has been ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £17,000 after failing to carry out safety works at one of his Ipswich properties.

A teacher is pounding the streets to prepare for this Sunday’s London Marathon – pledging to raise £1,800 from the 26.2-mile run in aid of charity Ormiston Families.

People are being urged to take on a new challenge and go the Whole Hog this year to raise cash for charity by taking on one of the toughest obstacle courses around.

Suffolk’s leading clergyman is urging people to show God’s love to one another and a spirit of compassion, generosity and forgiveness this Easter.

People will have just four weeks to give their views on proposals for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park and major changes to the A12.

Lower speed limits may be brought in along the A12 east of Ipswich when the 2,000-home Adastral Park development is built at Martlesham Heath.

Suffolk and Essex have many fabulous views – and everyone has a favourite. From castles to the coast, unspoilt countryside to beautiful rivers, and iconic buildings to other places that have very personal significance.

More than 10,000 visitors are expected to enjoy the Framlingham Country Show on Saturday and Sunday.

Community leaders are set to take enforcement action to secure vital repairs to an architecturally-important village pub which was severely damaged in a fire four years ago.

Around 2,000 troops have descended on Suffolk to take part in a major military exercise to simulate their role in a border war involving a UK ally and an enemy neighbour.

Investigators have made five safety recommendations for sailors of leisure craft following a yachting tragedy that claimed the life of a doctors’ receptionist after a boat was run down by a dredger off Felixstowe.

More than 40 artistes from both sides of the Atlantic will take part in a Suffolk festival of Americana and roots and blues music this summer.

Award-winning comedian Jimmy Carr is returning to Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion next month to perform the show he gave a sneak preview of a year ago.

This Sunday sees the start of the 101st year of British Summer Time (BST) as we put the clocks forward one hour at 1am – losing 60 minutes in bed but gaining lighter evenings to enjoy in spring and summer.

A £2.4million project to unlock the magic and the stories surrounding one of Britain’s greatest treasures has taken a major step forward with the submission of formal plans.

A project to give a new look to a town’s leisure centre and provide major improvements to its facilities has been awarded a £500,000 lottery grant.

Seven acres of seabed are to be reclaimed and developed for container storage in the latest expansion of Britain’s premier boxport.

Army administrators were put through their paces at a team building event at Wattisham Flying Station.

Five days of stunning music from 1,400 pupils attending 35 Suffolk schools comes to an end tomorrow with the final concert in this year’s Celebration of Schools’ Music at Snape Maltings.

The much-anticipated new pierhead at Felixstowe is beginning to take shape – quite literally.

Drivers and pedestrians can expect some disruption for the next six weeks as old iron gas mains are removed from under Felixstowe’s main town centre street.

Youngsters began displaying their musical talents today in the first of five concerts this week involving 1,400 pupils from 35 schools.

A Suffolk woman who worked for Free France at their London HQ during the Second World War, and whose wedding guests included General Charles de Gaulle, has celebrated her 100th birthday.

Two bishops are walking 70 miles across Suffolk to meet communities face-to-face and discover the challenges they face.

More than 1,400 young people from 35 schools will perform in one of the world’s most famous concert halls as part of an annual celebration of young musical talent.

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