People were invited to join an exhibition of traditional Bangladeshi sweet and savoury foods on Sunday at Suffolk New College. The Suffolk Pita Festival was hosted by the Bangladeshi Support Centre. Salim Malik with his designs.

Rich aromas filled the air at an Ipswich college as Bangladeshi community showcased their traditional baking skills

Food was the common language used to bring together east and west at The Bangladeshi Support Centre’s fourth annual Suffolk Pita Festival.

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The King's Singers. Photo: Chris O'Donovan

Ipswich School Festival of Music 2015 line-up revealed

World celebrated ensemble The King’s Singers top the bill of this year’s Ipswich School Festival of Music.

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'Apart from Newsnight and Question Time, I dont watch telly very much. Im too fidgety for that. Im always in that back room there, at my little desk, with all my books. I certainly dont watch Top Gear, Im afraid!' says Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond doesn’t have time to watch his sibling on Top Gear but insists the pair are extremely close as he talks books and his love of Suffolk

Look. Ignore the obvious similarities to brother Richard Hammond, put down that selfie-stick, and focus on the books.

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Review: Find a good guide to lead you through the walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia

Years ago it became one of the most popular tourist destinations. But the shelling of Dubrovnik in 1991 that so horrified the world, for a while, changed all of that, writes Andrea Powell.

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The Red Rose Chain rehearse The Green Children, a new multi-sensory play for young people with complex or multiple difficulties. Photos: Simon Parker

Red Rose Chain’s multi-sensory play brings Suffolk myth to life.

We should celebrate our differences, that’s the message behind Red Rose Chain’s new multi-sensory show The Green Children.

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