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The number of Suffolk properties with access to high-speed broadband has now passed 90% – and the county is set to pass the 98% mark in 2020.

Mark Pendlington

World League semi-finals: England 1 USA 1: USA won the shoot-out


The UK’s communications watchdog has revealed how it plans to hold Openreach to account as it splits from BT, warning that it could take further action if certain goals are missed.


BT’s annual music festival for staff, friends and family helped raise more than £4,000 for the NSPCC and Childline.


Businesses are set to get in on the act today as residents across the county celebrate the first-ever Suffolk Day.

Ipswich Building Society

Today, scores of exciting and fun events are happening across the county as people and organisations take the opportunity to celebrate all things Suffolk, writes Terry Hunt.


The EADT and Ipswich Star have announced their two chosen charities for the next year.

Terry Hunt

Controversial plans to build more than 2,000 homes on land near Adastral Park in Martlesham are set to receive the support of Ipswich Borough Council as long as concerns over transport and road networks are tackled.

Ipswich Borough Council

Suffolk racing driver Pippa Mann will once again take part in the iconic Indy 500 later today. Here’s all you need to know.


Motorists in Raydon suffered delays this morning after a car struck a telegraph pole.

Suffolk police

Adventurous artist Jelly Green loves disappearing for months at a time to forests around the world. 
Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about her renewed love of the natural world

Andrew Clarke

Community leaders are being asked to delay a decision on one of the biggest housing projects proposed for Suffolk so the full implications of the extra traffic it will generate can be assessed.


Pupils from six different countries were united by the common language of science and technology at a Suffolk school.


More than 100 creative computing pupils put their digital skills to the test today at the UK finals of the CoSpace competition in Martlesham.


Desktop services group IP Telecom (Holdings) has reported increased annual profits, despite a hit to revenues following the end of a major contract.


Housing developers should guarantee access to fibre broadband, insist authors of a report on new-build connectivity.

Christopher Hudson

A Suffolk company has secured a £10,000 prize in a national competition designed to help protect UK citizens and businesses against online crime.

Ben Gummer

Eight businesses have made it through to the final of the 2017 Suffolk Young Enterprise competition.

Suffolk County Council

People will have just four weeks to give their views on proposals for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park and major changes to the A12.


Lower speed limits may be brought in along the A12 east of Ipswich when the 2,000-home Adastral Park development is built at Martlesham Heath.

Suffolk County Council

A Suffolk-raised motorsport star who has carved a career in the US has been confirmed for this year’s 101st Indianapolis 500.


People living on an Ipswich street have been left “exasperated” by engineers regularly digging up their road.

Suffolk County Council

Ofcom plans to enforce price controls on one of Openreach’s most popular broadband lines to help drive investment into superfast broadband.


The Suffolk Saxons Badminton team have reacted with disappointment, after the announcement today that the AJ Bell National Badminton League is going to be scrapped.


BT has been given a £42m fine by the telecoms watchdog and is expected to pay out £300m in compensation to rivals over delayed high-speed cable installations.


Almost two years worth of roadworks have taken place in Ranelagh Road since 2012, the Star can reveal.

Colin Noble

According to a What-type-of-shopper-are-you quiz I’ve just taken on the BBC’s Eat Well for Less website, I’m a bargain hunter, writes Sheena Grant,


A man who failed to reach 999 after witnessing a horror crash near Ipswich has stressed that mobile phone coverage can mean the difference between life and death.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

A Suffolk science teacher believes the growing positive attitude among students towards science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects will lead to more home-grown engineers in the future.

University of Suffolk

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