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A road accident near to a busy junction in Ipswich during rush hour is expected to cause severe delays this morning, with drivers advised to avoid the area.
A new campaign to curb anti-social parking outside schools in west Ipswich has been launched by police and schools.
The chairman of a Suffolk racial equality charity says they are receiving more reports from parents about prejudice in schools than ever before.
The £20million project to complete the infamous ‘Winerack’ development in Ipswich will go ahead - but not until January, the developer behind the scheme has confirmed.
The manager of a Suffolk park where illegal scrambler racing is said to have been “terrorising” residents has warned that someone will be “badly hurt” unless action is taken.
A neighing horse, singing bird and marching band are among quintessentially Suffolk sounds captured in winning entries submitted for a new photography competition.
Motorists have been advised to plan their journeys in advance of the Great East Run this weekend.
Children in Suffolk and Essex are increasingly being exposed to the “devastating” effects of domestic violence, charities have warned.
Rail services in Suffolk and Essex are continuing to face disruption this morning following an incident on the mainline yesterday in which a person was killed after being hit by a train.
UK farmers’ leaders are concerned that arable farmers here will be left at a competitive disadvantage after the government proposed one of the lowest biofuel crop caps in Europe.
A house in Ipswich has been shut down by police after neighbours complained of suspected drug dealing and antisocial behaviour.
Suffolk families enjoyed traditional sports day games at an event set up to encourage people to become more active while raising funds for an organisation supporting parents.
Sunshine is set to pour down on Suffolk this weekend – bringing a summer feel back to the county just in time for one of the biggest sporting events of the year.
Ipswich Town’s top nutritionist has praised a group of overweight men who put their skills to the test on the pitch while shedding an impressive 400kg in 13 weeks.
The headteacher of Kesgrave High School says he is addressing abusive and threatening behaviour among pupils involved in a ‘pre-planned fight’ outside the school yesterday.
Ryanair bosses go head to head with shareholders today to address a crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline.
Police have been tackling regular anti-social behaviour around Ipswich Waterfront – with Suffolk New College grounds among those where the problems have been spotted.
A motocross enthusiast has called for better facilities for young riders in Suffolk after long-running concerns about illegal racing resurfaced.
Science has been “left behind” at primary school and it is “disgusting” that it is taught at most UK schools for less than two hours a week, a Suffolk school specialist has said.
The law firm representing former pupils of the disgraced Oakwood School in Stowmarket say their clients have received more than £2million in compensation from Suffolk County Council.
The founder of a charity that supports sexually abused children in Suffolk has given an insight into what it’s like working in this harrowing field as the organisation marks its fifth birthday.
A new BBC drama airing this Sunday starring Benedict Cumberbatch has helped boost the Suffolk economy by tens of thousands of pounds with just four days filming in the county, film bosses have said.
Family and friends have raised a glass for Muriel ‘Midge’ Barker – who celebrates her 106th birthday on Friday
Members of the media were invited to a meeting at Orwell Bridge on Wednesday, September 20, to witness the ongoing inspections by Highways England.
Ex-Ipswich Town Football Club manager George Burley officially opened Lloyds’ new-look anchor branch in the town centre yesterday (Thursday, September 21).