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Andrew Papworth

Kesgrave High School has the highest rate of children who cycle to school in the UK - so why do these pupils see two wheels as better than four?

A rising teenage popstar from Ipswich has taken another step towards stardom - after her first album went on sale in a major record store.

For these young Chantry Academy students who have spent a year working hard, this was their just reward.

A new 3G football pitch brought about by grants of nearly £500,000 will be opened by two of Ipswich Town's most legendary players.

A midwife is to make an impassioned plea for hospitals to pay for more childbirth assistants in a bid to vastly improve babies' and parents' health.

This stunning picture gives a jaw-dropping view of one of the most beautiful parts of the country - from thousands of feet in the air.

Joanne Mahon, from Haverhill, who has the rare illness sarcoidosis, is urging others to take part in medical research after a clinical trial helped transform her life.

As Britain's potential next leaders, they face never-ending demands to champion everything from Brexit, climate change and peace in the Middle East. But a letter from an Ipswich six-year-old calling for better treatment of goldfish appears to have caught the eye of both the UK's next possible prime ministers.

This is a Suffolk school's brand new, state-of-the-art play area which will help to put smiles on the faces of dozens of children.

Kindness was the theme of a school's annual speech day, designed to celebrate another year of hard work.

"Your passion can never be destroyed" - that is an emerging Ipswich artist's motivational words after overcoming a lack of qualifications to achieve her dreams of university and a career in art.

Young Ipswich Town fans will get the chance to see the Blues in action thanks to free ticket giveaway for Suffolk schoolchildren.

An "incredible group of young people" from Chantry Academy dressed up to the nines for their end of year prom.

A state-of-the-art new building designed to help boost a special school in Ipswich is a step closer after building work got under way.

Aspiring musicians of the future will be among those to get their chance in the spotlight when a Suffolk orchestra performs at one of the UK's biggest music festivals.

A popular Ipswich library described as a "pillar of its community" has been given a £15,000 refurbishment to help it continue providing vital public services.

An "exceptional" blind child and a boy paralysed from the waist down who "never fails to inspire and amaze his peers" have been named among the best and brightest in Suffolk's schools.

Mounting pressure on police will cause officer sickness levels to get worse, it has been warned - as figures revealed 1,218 days lost by the force to mental health-related illness in a year.

In today's modern world, it can be easy to teach children all they need to know using a tablet or a phone. But the author who inspired the stunning Ipswich Elmer trail has encouraged the town's parents to read old-fashioned books to their children - to help create the stars of tomorrow.

An overhaul of a "confusing" support system for people with dementia in Suffolk has largely been a success - but still needs more volunteers to help manage increasing demand.

Suffolk could see a rise of more than 3,000 university students over the next few years as part of ambitious growth plans.

Ipswich's Elmer trail has inspired a surge in thousands of visitors to the town's landmarks, with some seeing more than double their usual footfall.

Ipswich students battled it out in a tug of war at their school's sports day - is your child in these pictures?

Police have visited a trouble-hit Ipswich estate after reports of anti-social behaviour.

It was the moment everyone who knows six-year-old "little fighter" Arabella Scannell and how bravely she has battled cancer hoped would never come.

The colourful trail of elephants inspired by his world-famous books are bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of young people across Ipswich.

The search is on for an inspiring "natural leader" to front Ipswich's long-running battle against homelessness.

Daring to do a skydive at several thousand feet would be enough of a challenge for anyone. However for brave Georgia Wood, the few steps she took out of a plane really were a giant leap - as it marked just how far she has come in recovering from a devastating crash which left her severely brain damaged.

Add a splash of yellow, pink and blue to a fun run and you're guaranteed to gets lots of smiling children.

His books have brought joy to generations of children and inspired Ipswich's current Elmer trail, which is being enjoyed by thousands of youngsters this summer.

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