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Suffolk-based housebuilder Hopkins Homes is consulting residents on proposals for a new 70-home development on land off Loraine Way in Sproughton.

Final consultation on proposals for a new twin reactor nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast will not take place until next year at the earliest.

Church leaders are delighted with progress in their schools, which they say are committed to providing high standards of education rooted in Christian values.

Dogs could be allowed back onto the main stretch of Felixstowe’s holiday beach in summer after being banned for nearly 30 years.

Care home staff at a Suffolk-based company were treated to a glitzy awards ceremony to celebrate their outstanding work.

Drama pupils at Woodbridge School brought the magic of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to their home stage, with their enchanting performance of The Egg-Born Princess.

A large group of former USAF personnel returned to their old air base to see the completed restoration of one of its iconic planes.

Details of the two options for a bypass around four traffic-plagued villages on the A12 have been unveiled – and the project could cost around £100million.

This year’s event has attracted a record number of 68 entries from all ages on three different themes – Wildlife, Macro and Photographs at that make you go ‘Wow!’

A Suffolk youth project has been awarded nearly £175,000 in funding towards new work with young people and to enhance some of its current services.

Kirton and Falkenham Parish Council complained via the council’s online reporting system at the end of July and then by phone.

Celebrating the Queen’s silver jubilee saw communities across the country getting together – and in Felixstowe a group which met on the day is still the best of friends.

The end of free car parks could be in sight across east Suffolk – with council officials needing to raise £240,000 a year to offset the cost of taking on enforcement of yellow lines from the police.

Legendary disc jockey Emperor Rosko – one of the best known voices on radio of the 1960s and 70s – will be at Felixstowe this weekend for a special celebration of Radio Caroline.

Detailed proposals for a new road to bypass four traffic-plagued east Suffolk villages and help with the economic growth of the area will be revealed next week.

People in Felixstowe are being urged to write to the area’s planning chief and insist a judicial review is held into moves to build 560 new homes on countryside on the edge of the resort

The event is open to any Suffolk resident aged five and over – and judges are looking for a wide variety of talent to take part, from singers, dancers, musicians, magicians, comedians and even talented pets.

Visitors to Felixstowe will be able to get a taste for food from across Europe this weekend.

A grandmother who uses her Felixstowe seaside chalet for family gatherings and to raise cash for charity has scooped a national title.

Award-winning author Meg Rosoff visited the Suffolk Blue Cross rescue centre to meet some of their rescue pups – including one dog named after the canine star of her latest children’s book.

Ed Sheeran look-a-like, Hugo Fairbanks Weston – one of the young stars of the superstar singer’s Castle on the Hill video – will this week be signing autographs at the St Elizabeth Hospice shop in Framlingham.

More than 20,000 people are expected to flock to Felixstowe seafront next month to see the work of 120-plus artists exhibiting on the resort’s promenade.

More than 10,000 new homes will be needed in east Suffolk as demand rises and the population grows.

Visitors to the resort will miss out on one of its best-loved and biggest events this year – after the attraction decided to relocate to another part of the country.

One of the most popular folk festivals in the country got under way yesterday as people started to pour in for three days of relaxed fun and excellent music.

Members of a watchdog group say communities in east Suffolk are potentially missing out on millions of pounds because the Government does not classify spent fuel from Sizewell B as nuclear waste.

The last phase of a £5.4m scheme to bring nearly 60 new affordable homes to Martlesham is now complete after Suffolk Housing welcomed its final tenants to the properties.

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey will visit every town and village in her constituency in the space of four days later this month.

If you are on holiday – whether visiting the region, on school hols or on a local staycation – Suffolk and Essex offer a huge variety of attractions for daytrips. Whether it’s the seaside, museums, shopping, castles or tea and cake, here’s a week’s list of ideas to get you out and about.

Suffolk charities are set to receive £16,000 in the latest round of donations from the Hopkins Homes Building Communities Fund.

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