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Annual college awards ceremony at Suffolk New College hails stars of the future
Violent crime returned to Ipswich this weekend as the victim of another alleged stabbing bled outside a nursery in the middle of the day.
Families in the Chantry area of Ipswich have been reassured there is ‘no immediate danger’ and that police are doing everything they can following an alleged stabbing.
Bosses at a Suffolk school academy trust have said they are confident it can turn around the fortunes of a struggling primary.
A campaign to make Ipswich a better place for people living with dementia has taken a leap forward.
Ipswich Town FC have kicked off Dementia Action Week with an big afternoon tea party at Portman Road - with a special visit from a few Town legends.
As Ipswich mayor Sarah Barber prepares to hand over the chain of office this week, local democracy reporter Jason Noble sat down with the popular nurse to find out how she found her busy year in office.
Ipswich Council has marked the completion of £1.8m of repairs to its only tower block with a party for residents hosted by deputy mayor Roger Fern.
The new pop-up library for the Rushmere area of Ipswich has been opened at the Ransome’s Sports Pavilion on Sidegate Avenue.
Members of the Bangladeshi community in Ipswich have come together to mark International Mother Language Day with a special ceremony in Alexandra Park.
More Ipswich schools have signed up to an innovative literacy pledge which has been instrumental in improving results over the last 15 months.
Suffolk New College is today celebrating a major endorsement from Ofsted which has found previously under-performing areas of leadership, teaching and results have rapidly improved.
A Suffolk Spitfire veteran has celebrated reaching his 101st birthday.
Schoolchildren and students from Suffolk New College marked the 99th year since the 1918 armistice at separate ceremonies in Ipswich.
Children’s reading levels in Ipswich schools in deprived areas have radically improved over the past year, a report has suggested – with a new literacy project helping drive improvements.
Changes could be made to the way Ipswich’s mayoral duties are organised in a bid to make the role more attractive to more councillors.
More than 100 walkers took to the streets of Ipswich today to help the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
A team of five fundraisers from Suffolk New College will be setting off on a 10-mile walk in aid of Ipswich Dementia Action Alliance this Saturday.
Rough sleepers are living in tents at the Old Cattle Market bus station in Ipswich town centre. Roger Fern has given a wide-ranging interview on the issue of homelessness.
Family and friends have raised a glass for Muriel ‘Midge’ Barker – who celebrates her 106th birthday on Friday