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Artist's impression of Sailmakers - the new name for Tower Ramparts.

Ipswich: Tower Ramparts to get a multi-million makeover to become Sailmakers

The Tower Ramparts shopping centre is to get a £4million makeover next year – getting a new identity and hopefully some new shops.

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David Ruffley MP

Bury St Edmunds: Dean’s letter prompted David Ruffley to break his silence

New details about the incident which led to Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley receiving a police caution for common assault have emerged.

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Officers were joined by the police helicopter and sniffer dogs in detaining the group in Bourne Park shortly before 3pm today.

Ipswich: Six people arrested after reports of drug dealing in Bourne Park

Six people were today arrested in an Ipswich park over alleged drug offences.

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Sizewell B power station taken from Sizewell beach

Sizewell: Nuclear power plant to be taken offline for planned maintenance

Operators of Sizewell B power station have announced it will be taken offline for planned maintenance work on Saturday.

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Police accident

Travel: Accident involving car and lorry partially blocks A14 near Bury Road in Stowmarket

The A14 was partially blocked following an accident involving a car and a lorry this morning.

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Conservative group leader Nadia Cenci.

Row breaks out over proposed Bangladeshi community centre

A proposal to convert the former Argyle Street Annex of Suffolk College into a new centre run by Ipswich’s Bangladeshi community has come under fire from the opposition at the borough council.

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Review: West Stow Anglo Saxon Village

This summer is a year of firsts for me. I’ve vowed to visit places in Suffolk I’ve never ventured to before – and there are many!

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Lee Mead from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Yui Mok/PA Wire

Suffolk/Essex: Drama workshops to feature West End finale

Aspiring young performers from East Anglia will be able to appear in the West End for the grand finale of a musical theatre workshop led by industry professionals this summer.

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Red Snapper have been added to the line-up of Woodbridge Art and Music Event in August

Woodbridge: Festival pulls in latest acts for arts weekender

Music connoisseurs with a taste for the eclectic can add Red Snapper to the offering of artists for a two-day festival in a riverside Suffolk town.

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Pupils from Bramfield Primary School say farewell to their school cook Lynne Trussler after 25 years

Bramfield: School pays a fond farewell to popular cook after 25 years

She’s cooked for thousands of children during a career lasting almost 25 years – so for once it was time to let others take care of the catering.

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The Beowulf performance at West Stow Anglo Saxon Village by the Wulfingas AD 450-550 group. Brendan McInerney (left) and Jane Seager behind the dragon.

Bury St Edmunds: Beowulf arrives at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village

Hundreds of visitors to West Stow were enthralled by gripping tales from the Anglo-Saxon saga, Beowulf and the Monsters.

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Moon jellyfish. Credit to Graham Day

Suffolk/Essex: Record number of jellyfish sightings...but not here

Record numbers of jellyfish sightings have been reported across the UK – however experts say they are short on data for the Suffolk and Essex coasts.

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David Ellesmere, leader of the Ipswich Borough Council, talks about development at the RW Paul building on the Ipswich waterfront.

At last the borough is leading over regeneration of Ipswich

I almost feel like running a lap of honour around the Ipswich inner ring road! There is finally a firm plan to get rid of the concrete monstrosity with an octopus scrawled on the side at the entrance to the Waterfront.

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Ollie Towler-Jones

Latitude: ‘He was perfect’ – parents pay tribute to Ollie Towler-Jones, the 18-year-old who died just hours after seeing Rudimental perform at Latitude Festival

Like thousands of other music fans, Ollie Towler-Jones was looking forward to seeing headliner Damon Albarn perform at Henham Park this weekend.

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