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The independent photography festival Ginnel Foto Fest returns to Ipswich for the fourth time.

The news of a new study of Ipswich's retail provision has raised fresh questions about what the town centre needs.

Has there ever been a minister as incompetent as Chris Grayling?

In his first column for this newspaper since becoming Suffolk's chief constable, Stephen Jupp talks about changes and challenges facing the force - and which police show people should watch.

More than 50,000 children in Suffolk are being brought up in poverty, shock new statistics have revealed.

There will be three days of top-quality music at this year's Framlingham Gala Fest - including Suffolk's Jade Mayjean, who appeared on TV talent show The Voice.

Ipswich Borough Council recently announced kitchen scraps could no longer go into brown bins. Today, leader of the authority, David Ellesmere, explains why the change was made.

A surge in Green votes, senior Conservatives losing their seats and Brexit-based ballot spoiling - the 2019 local elections in Suffolk last week wasn't short of drama.

Polling in today's 2019 local elections is well underway across Suffolk - and there's still time to vote if you haven't already.

With the 2019 local elections taking place this Thursday, there is no shortage of talking points for people taking to the polls in Suffolk.

Four young men responsible for the killing of Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, who was hunted down and "butchered" to death in a gang related revenge attack last summer, are due to be sentenced this week.

It was a Bing Thing on Saturday afternoon when a certain CBeebies bunny came to life for the awestruck young audience at the Regent Theatre, Ipswich.

More lifesaving courses are to be held thanks to the huge success of a campaign which has trained hundreds of people in CPR.

Reception pupils who have risen to the challenge and are on track to read 1.8million words this year were rewarded for their commitment.

A drunk Suffolk motorist whose dangerous driving resulted in a head-on collision with another car has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Charity Avenues East hosted its first art exhibition this week at Needham Market's Community centre.

An Ipswich lollipop man who secretly filmed a member of staff in a school's disabled toilets with a mobile phone has been spared an immediate prison sentence.

A Suffolk man who downloaded indecent photographs of children has been given a community order.

The Framlingham Gala Fest gets off to a sporty start this year - and you could be taking part.

Selling off land at Scrivener Drive for the Aldi development and off-loading the Fisons building is helping Ipswich Borough Council protect the town for generations to come, says council leader David Ellesmere in his latest column.

From a geographical point of view, East Suffolk has become the largest district council in England, stretching from the villages to the north of Lowestoft to the county's southern-most tip at Landguard Point at the southern tip of Felixstowe beach.

A 44-year-old Essex conman who set himself up as an antique dealer and scammed customers out of an estimated £350,000 worth of family heirlooms has been jailed for five-and-a-half years.

So, did we get you? Global cruise liner company, Fred. Olsen will not be decorating it's flagship cruise liner, the Balmoral, in support of this years Elmer's Big Parade - Suffolk.

The closure of the Orwell Bridge costs firms in Ipswich £1million a day - "money that has left the town and won't come back", according to a business leader.

MPs have dramatically rejected crashing out of the European Union without a deal at any time and under any circumstances.

The seemingly never-ending reports of knife crime taking place across the country are deeply worrying.

A church service has been held in memory of former EADT journalist Julie McCreadie, who became the UK's youngest female newspaper editor.

Police uncovered an arsenal of weapons inside the car of a 'road rage' driver who swung a club at another vehicle in moving traffic.

A teenager who was part of a gang that pelted a woman with flour and eggs in a Bury St Edmunds park has been sentenced for his role in the incident.

A 20-year-old drug dealer accused of murdering Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens was not part of the group that attacked him, it has been claimed.

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