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A Suffolk bishop has questioned the UK’s recent military intervention in Syria, in a passionate statement that criticises hostile attitudes towards refugees.
John Norman has had letters: one from an ex-Ipswich diver, the other reminding us of a great local company
Photographs by British Armed Forces veterans go on show at Ipswich Town Hall from today.
The Latitude Festival line-up is packed with inspiring women from all walks of life including musicians, comedians, artists, writers, activists and performers. Today they spoke out to show their support for International Women’s Day.
A history of refugees in Ipswich is the theme of the next Ipswich Arts Association lunchtime talk, on Thursday in Museum Street Methodist Church, Black Horse Lane.
Four former serviceman are planning an epic 4,000-plus mile motorcycle ride round the coast of Britain in a bid to raise money for a charity which is close to their hearts.
An inspirational Suffolk boy whose father committed suicide after struggling to cope with life out of the Army is turning personal tragedy into a mission to save others from suffering.
Refugee and asylum seeking women living in Suffolk say getting to grips with the English language is one of the biggest challenges they face.
A formation of Lynx helicopters made a stop at Wattisham Flying Station today to mark the end of the aircraft’s distinguished 40-year career with the British Army.
‘At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them’.
A former army officer from Suffolk is preparing to run a marathon a day for 15 days along the Western Front to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
The hit television show Storage Hunters is coming to the Corn Exchange in Ipswich next month.
A former Army serviceman from Ipswich who has defied all odds since suffering a catastrophic medical episode has told how playing tennis has given him a new lease of life.
Comedian Joe Pasquale returns to the region over the next few weeks. He took time out from his latest tour, The Devil in Disguise, to chat.
Veteran and serving army engineers came together to remember the 35th anniversary of the Falklands War.
Broadcaster Patrick Eade’s career has taken him around the world, but on Suffolk Day he says there’s still nowhere quite like his county.
A charity is urging ex-service personnel to apply for six new roles in East Anglia to support other veterans struggling with drug and alcohol misuse.