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Suffolk has hundreds of works of public art in its towns and villages – some loved, some loathed; some ignored and some celebrated.
A Suffolk seaside town is to hold a double celebration with a military theme this summer – a two-day spectacle of music, battle re-enactments, food and fireworks for all ages to enjoy.
Emergency engineering works on the Ipswich to Felixstowe rail line caused the cancellation of some services this morning.
Hundreds of youngsters will get close-up to one of the most impressive and hi-tech working vehicles this week – as they take part in a growing education programme.
Huge strides are being made to convert a Victorian station building into a community hub to serve 11 villages.
A Suffolk MP believes much more needs to be done to mitigate the expected impact of traffic on communities across the east of the county if the Sizewell C nuclear power station is built.
People are being invited to a vintage inspired celebration of dressmaking this weekend, a day all about making frocks and fabulous finery.
There were three reasons to celebrate for Spring Lodge care home resident Janice Woodhams and her husband John.
Youngsters are being challenged to let their imaginations run riot and delve into the story-filled past of the burial ground of our ancient kings.
An exciting collaboration between two long-established Ipswich societies will highlight the work involved with staging a very special concert at Snape in April.
Parts of Suffolk and Essex woke to a dusting of snow this morning with the region set to suffer another bitterly cold day.
Proposals for the first phase of Ipswich’s Garden Suburb development – 1,100 new homes – have been given the go-ahead.
Drivers across Suffolk are facing the prospect of a parking crackdown – and more charges in future – as police prepare to hand over responsibility for fining motorists for breaking the rules.
Musicians who entertained shoppers with Christmas carols have raised £3,000 for charity.
More than 3,500 people have taken part in Stage 2 of the Sizewell C public consultation which ends on Friday, February 3 after ten weeks of events, exhibitions and meetings.
Beach hut owners are flocking to sell their seaside idylls and are having to sell for thousands of pounds less than a year ago, it has been claimed.
A Suffolk man has been shortlisted for a national award for his writing about computer games.
Work is under way on a controversial new homes development that is expected to pump £3.5million into the local economy.
An organisation which provides services for the young people of Felixstowe is inviting the public to join in a celebration to mark its 15th anniversary.
One of Suffolk’s oldest and best-known seaside hotels is under new management – having been taken over by a national hospitality business.
Memorial flowers have been placed in the heart of an area that was devastated by flooding in Britain’s worst peace-time tragedy – where the waters rose more than six feet to claim 41 lives.
A group of nine women runners are taking on a marathon task this year – challenging themselves to take on new distances and raise a big sum for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.
Beach hut owners have started a fighting fund to pay for legal action in case they fail to persuade councillors to drop moves to double their rents.
A leading heritage charity says the current proposals for the Sizewell C nuclear power station “threaten environmental damage on an unprecedented scale” in east Suffolk.
Community leaders in east Suffolk will be better equipped to fend off unwanted developments – after their proposed sites for new homes were approved by a planning inspector.
Proposals to extend one of Suffolk’s best-loved tourist attractions are set to get the go-ahead, despite opposition from community leaders.
Proposals to double beach hut rents have been labelled as “completely unfair” and “a tax on Felixstowe”.
Bosses at Britain’s busiest container terminal have given their backing to a new campaign to raise global standards for the safety, security and efficiency of ports.
Preparatory work on a masterplan for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park at Martlesham Heath is under way.
Community leaders will decide next week whether to create one, large “super district” delivering services to people in east Suffolk – and ask the Government to approve the project.
Bury St Edmunds