March 1 2015 Latest news:
YMCA Suffolk joined other YMCAs across England in a mass sleep-out event in Ipswich last night - sleeping in cardboard boxes to raise awareness of youth homelessness.
More than 300 prints and 250 digital images produced by members of a Suffolk photography club will go on display in Ipswich next week as part of a tradition dating back to 1926.
Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has donated even more clothes to a charity in the county.
Glitz and glam, catwalks and red carpet, a week of Oscars and London Fashion with barrages of flashbulbs and a media frenzy targeting celebs and famed designers.
David Kindred takes a look back at his childhood in the Pipers Vale area.
Ipswich v Birmingham: Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy was delighted to see his side get a morale-boosting win under their belt ahead of Sunday’s eagerly-anticipated East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road.
Ipswich v Birmingham: The importance of Ipswich Town’s entertaining 4-2 win over Birmingham City at Portman Road tonight cannot be overstated.
Ipswich Town fans are out in force as the Blues face Birmingham tonight - can you spot anyone you know in our fans’ gallery?
Mountaineers have scaled Mount Everest on a Suffolk climbing wall to raise funds for three charities.
Suffolk film director Mat Kirkby has won his first Oscar.
Ipswich v Reading: Ipswich Town suffered only their third home league defeat of the season, conceding a 14th minute goal against the run of play and then struggling to find the creative spark needed to break down a well-organised Reading side in a 1-0 loss.
Welcome to our first Wedding of the Month – a new feature that will allow us to share these happy days!
Fresh from the Strictly ballroom, TV naturalist, real-life action man and mums’ favourite Steve Backshall is preparing to take part in an endurance race in aid of a Suffolk-based charity. He told Sheena Grant why.
She sailed into history at the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill 50 years ago, and now the barge that bore the coffin of Britain’s greatest Prime Minister on his final journey is in Suffolk. James Marston reports.
People of all ages came together at an Ipswich gallery to be inspired and to get creative.
An eclectic collection of historical artefacts, privately owned by a Norton man, are due to go on display this weekend.
As Mercedes-Benz gets set to launch the new Vito commercial range, there’s an attractive finance offer on the runout range, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
TripAdvisor reviewers may have snubbed Suffolk’s jagged coastline and the golden sands of Essex but we know differently.
It has been another bright, if chilly day in Suffolk.
With plans to alter the Cornhill, Ipswich, presently stalled, David Kindred has taken a look at the changes this centrepiece of the town has seen since Victorian times.