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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.

Spring and summer will be “crunch time” for people cycling on the prom at Felixstowe – and they are being urged to pedal safely.

A leading Suffolk hotelier has voiced fears that the construction of Sizewell C could deter huge numbers of tourists from visiting the county – and that many may never return.

Controversial proposals to turn part of an independent Suffolk school into homes, but also create new sporting facilities, look set to receive the go-ahead from community leaders.

Staff at a Suffolk public relations agency have vowed to walk more than 700 miles during March to help raise money for charity.

A coroner has today ruled out “neglect” by the owners and staff at a Tunisian hotel where 30 British tourists – including two from Suffolk – were brutally killed by an Islamic extremist as one of the causes of their deaths.

A consultation exercise over possible huge rent rises for beach hut owners at Felixstowe has generated more than 700 responses.

Community leaders at two east Suffolk district councils which are set to merge to save money are raising their tax by just over 3% in April.

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.

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