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Two ‘rare’ pockets of former parkland and woodland near Woodbridge with freehold guide prices of £160k and £210k are set to be auctioned off.
An educational publisher with a long history in East Anglia has started a new chapter after moving to new premises at Melton, near Woodbridge.
Woodbridge Town Council has added its voice to the growing opposition to the Melton Hill development.
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Buses will replace all trains running between Ipswich and Halesworth today as work is carried out on the track.
Curzon Associate Marketing is celebrating ten years in business, and have plans to move to a bigger office later this year to accommodate their growing team.
A Suffolk engineer has been elected as the first female regional chair of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
Two delighted Essex farmers scooped top honours in the dairy interbreed championships as day 2 of the Suffolk Show brought together the cream of the cattle competitions.
A free mentoring programme to support young people living in rural parts of the county is set to be launched at the Suffolk Show.
The club, which are based in Woodbridge, are inviting members of the public to try the sport on Monday May 28.
The Suffolk Show will be rolling out the pink carpet as independent clothing labels provide a draw for the event’s dedicated fashionistas.
The Beowulf festival could become a regular event in Woodbridge after it’s initial celebration was deemed a success by organisers.
Flower fanatics are in for a treat this year as the Suffolk Show goes all out with its biggest display to date.
In 2012 the Woodbridge teenager had just become an internet sensation.
Plans for a new youth and arts centre in Woodbridge have been met with favourable feedback after designs were put on show.
Accountancy firm Grant Thornton has welcomed a new partner to its Ipswich office.
Two former soldiers from Suffolk are set to embark on a gruelling 286 mile walk to the Pegasus Bridge in Normandy – to mark the centenary of the First World War.
The River Deben has always played a major role in the story of Suffolk. As Arts Editor Andrew Clarke discovers, local film-makers have given the Deben its own bio-pic
Two Woodbridge brothers have been awarded this year’s Woodbridge Town Council Potter Community Cup.
An icy blast of snow and frost gripped parts of Suffolk and north Essex today – with temperatures due to plunge to -4C tonight.
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The second phase of the Riduna Park commercial development at Melton, near Woodbridge, has reached a key stage in its construction.
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Ipswich Building Society has named Alan Harris as its new chairman, taking over from Sarah Evans who is to retire at the end of this month.
A huge reproduction of the Bayeux Tapestry – telling the story of the Norman invasion in 1066 – is heading to Woodbridge for two months following our appeal for a site to show it off to Suffolk.
Ipswich Art Society are to host their first exhibition in the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge later this month.
Housing developers were last night accused of potentially ‘ruining lives and business’ with the planned four-month closure of a ‘major arterial road’.
The harsh reality of the postcode lottery faced by couples in England struggling to conceive has been laid bare by a campaign group.
Two Suffolk towns are among the best UK and European destinations to escape for a “mindful break”, according to a new holiday guide.