Andrew Papworth

A Holocaust survivor from Ipswich who regularly speaks at a town school to warn of the horrors of war has been honoured by its students with a memorial flame.

An Ipswich doctor who became his patients' "guardian angel" after setting up three nursing homes to help those most in need has died, prompting an outpouring of emotional tributes.

An Ipswich school due to open in September named after Blues legend Sir Bobby Robson has unveiled its first headteacher.

More than 1,000 people are expected to visit an unusual Ipswich vintage sale, where shoppers pay for pre-loved, retro clothing items by weight.

Teenagers in Suffolk are leaving school into a tougher world where there are fewer jobs available - with harder competition and ever higher demands for qualifications, an Ipswich headteacher has warned.

People living around the River Deben have been warned there could be a chance of flooding due to high water levels.

Raiders are believed to have jumped over a fence in Clare to steal between 40 and 60 valuable koi carp from a pond.

A homelessness charity is looking to double the number of beds it has available in a bid to stem the tide of an expected rise in people being left destitute.

A pre-school where "children have a wonderful time" has been given its second "outstanding" Ofsted report in a row after inspectors praised its "inspirational" teaching.

Rail services between Ipswich and Felixstowe have been cancelled due to a train fault - causing yet more misery for Greater Anglia commuters.

A vision to build three huge garden towns totalling 43,000 homes in north Essex should be abandoned in favour of smaller settlements nearer to existing population centres, it has been urged.

A driver was involved in an altercation close to the Carpetright store at Ipswich's Anglia Retail Park during a busy weekend lunchtime, police have said.

It has become famous for bringing a sea of pink-dressed women - and, from last year, men - together for a vital cause.

Passengers are set to face a weekend of rail delays, with buses replacing trains on several services in Suffolk.

If you go down to Onehouse woods today, you might be in for a big surprise - as this is the place where children learn not in the classroom, but by climbing up muddy banks and trees.

His tragic death had a profound effect on a devastated community - and now, 10 years on, friends and family are to poignantly honour a much-loved soldier killed in Afghanistan.

A perfect storm of fewer staff dealing with Suffolk's rising and ageing population is putting GPs under more pressure - causing some to quit or cut their hours, a leading doctor has warned.

A sharp rise in the number of people seeking emergency help from a Suffolk charity to cope with eating disorders has been blamed on a "food focus" over Christmas.

Women subjected to domestic violence may stay with their tormentors despite their plight - because they fear leaving could plunge them into poverty, a housing association has warned.

She may not be teaching pupils English, maths or how to pass a crucial exam - but Kelley Osman has perhaps one of the most important jobs at this Ipswich school.

When you've reached your 80s or 90s, you might hope that you've learned a thing or two that you can pass down to younger generations.

Two weight loss consultants from Ipswich got chatty with TV's Alan Carr at Slimming World's annual awards ceremony.

She was catapulted from an ordinary life in Ipswich to nationwide fame in an instant, with none other than Kylie Minogue as her mentor.

He is perhaps more used to singing about the Shape of You - but Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has revealed how his own figure changed after his so-called "fat stage".

Fish was very much the meal of the day at Lackford Lakes on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, as these hungry birds went in for the kill on the hunt for a spot of lunch.

Frustrated travellers faced further woes on Greater Anglia trains today as train faults led to major cancellations on the East Suffolk line.

Online comments about rough sleepers in Ipswich have left a leading campaigner "deeply concerned" over the stigma of being homeless.

2019 was a landmark year in Suffolk - and these striking pictures show the high and lows of life in the county.

They fled the most heartbreaking situations imaginable, including war and genocide - and came to Suffolk seeking a better life.

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