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A Suffolk teacher helping deprived children at an Indian “slum school” is embarking on the first recorded hike along the country’s second longest river.


Stansted Airport has applied to increase the current cap on annual passenger numbers - from 35 million to 43 million passengers a year.


Athletics writer Carl Marston talks to Helen Davies (nee Decker), Ipswich JAFFA’s former international marathon star who is running strongly again


Some Latitude Festival favourites are returning to Henham Park this year. We spoke to Gus Unger-Hamilton of alt-J and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai.

BBC Radio

Primera Air has announced the launch of a fourth transatlantic route from London Stansted Airport.


“We need to sometimes stop and think what these people did”


Reporter Gemma Mitchell has compiled a varied but by no means exhaustive list of influential women who have made their mark in Suffolk, from business and charity leaders, to educators and campaigners.

Ipswich Hospital

Time to clear out the office clutter - and bring some colour and freshness to your workspace


London Stansted Airport has confirmed it busiest ever calendar year, despite a dip in numbers during December following the cancellation of hundreds of flights by its biggest operator, Ryanair.

Department for Transport

Video: TV Guide: What’s on this week?

Saturday, December 2, 2017

From The Grand Tour to The Crown, The X Factor Final to True Detective, there’s a feast of TV fancies on this week


Your weekend inspiration is here – these events are all taking place on November 18 and 19.


While the international break means no Ipswich Town game for a fortnight, a number of Blues players are involved in important matches spread across the world. Sports writer ANDY WARREN takes a look at when and where the Blues’ internationals are in action.

Jonas Knudsen

A woman from Woodbridge was one of only 10 volunteers selected globally to help run a WAGGGS conference.


Griff Rhys Jones has heaped praise on the ‘remarkable, inspired and very difficult work’ of staff at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).


Amy Gallivan heads to Curry India in Framlingham for a Saturday night feast.


Experts Beer&Co share their top beers you’ve really got to sample.


I spent my formative years in Burton on Trent, the brewing capital of the United Kingdom, writes John Norman

John Norman

Griff Rhys Jones is set to make an appearance at Ufford Park Hotel, near Woodbridge, in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).


From crime thrillers and beach reads to travel memoirs and non-fiction – bookseller Meg Burrows from Ipswich Waterstones has put together a handy list of 13 books you need to read this summer.


If I’m still playing golf when I’m in my 90s, I will be a happy man!


Felixstowe stars in a photo shoot for ethical clothing company Where Does It Come From?


An up-and-coming singer/songwriter in Rushmere St Andrew is preparing to release her debut album inspired by the Suffolk landscape on Friday – three years after she nearly gave up music for good.


Ipswich-based ethical clothing company Where Does It Come From? received a boost when actress Joanna Lumley wore one of its elephant design scarves in her new television programme, Joanna Lumley’s India.


Women should feel free to breast feed their baby in public without fear - that is the message being pushed by parents and professionals in Suffolk this week.

Sarah Barber

Harry Martin scored from two penalty corners as England defeated Malaysia 4-1 yesterday to qualify for the World League Finals that take place in India, later this year.


Ipswich hockey stars Harry Martin and George Pinner believe securing a World League gold medal this weekend could be the start of something special for Great Britain and England’s men’s team.


One of Britain’s most renowned harpists, who lives in Suffolk, has been charged with sexually abusing a teenage boy.

Ipswich Crown Court

Ipswich’s George Pinner is ready to ‘right the wrongs of Rio’ in his new role as Great Britain and England hockey captain.

Ipswich School

DON TOPLEY takes a look at the ICC Champions Trophy in his latest On the Boundary cricket column.


In the latest Days Gone By series, David Kindred takes a walk down memory lane visiting two more of Ipswich’s lost public houses.

David Kindred

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