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Dozens of real ales and ciders will feature at the Dove Street Inn's Spring Beer Festival.
Hundreds of people, from a wide range of cultures and ethnic backgrounds, turned out for the annual Pita Festival held at Suffolk New College, Ipswich.
Brewers Adnams are planning to invest in improvements at the popular Greyhound pub in Ipswich.
A new residential park in Suffolk could be the ideal place for someone looking to downsize, cut their bills or seeking a low maintenance housing option.
Thompson & Morgan's Plant of the Year entry Agapanthus Fireworks has taken third place at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, following on from its success in 2018.
A Suffolk firm is waiting to hear whether one of its entries will be crowned plant of the year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Independent traders in The Saints, Ipswich, are getting together to promote another summer street market.
An award-winning vegan cafe is moving into a prime spot in Ipswich town centre.
Michael Perry, aka Mr Plant Geek, shares top tips on which plants you can pop on your patio during the warmer months. By Hannah Stephenson.
Supermarket giant Iceland is to launch two of its new Food Warehouse stores in Ipswich this summer.
A new body to to promote the energy industry in Suffolk and Norfolk has been formed.
These are the first images of inside the long-awaited luxury apartments at Ipswich's Winerack - a day many thought might never come.
Stansted Airport has launched a new partnership with the armed forces trialling a scheme to provide serving personnel with civilian work experience.
The Hold - the new HQ for the Suffolk Record Office - is beginning to take shape at the University of Suffolk, as this video shows.
East Anglia's biggest business-to-business exhibition at Trinity Park, Ipswich yesterday put the spotlight on mental health, wellbeing in the workplace and positive thinking.
A workforce crisis is looming in the offshore wind industry unless developers, turbine manufacturers and the government take urgent action, according to an industry leader.
Traditional seaside attractions are set to make way for a range of new shops, boutiques and cafes housed in converted shipping containers at one of Suffolk's best known resorts.
It's time to prep the patio, deck or garden for al fresco living. Gabrielle Fagan reveals how to 'wow' in the great outdoors.
Drinkstone Hall is a stunning home, a country house that merges historic features from the Victorian era with cutting edge modern design and amenities added much more recently.
A former architects' office in Woodbridge has become the latest in a line of Suffolk businesses to be converted into living accommodation.
Tucked away in an idyllic rural setting, in the hamlet of Kittles Corner, is a pretty thatched cottage, which was the home of a genuine princess who was also a roadie for the Rolling Stones.
Stansted Airport saw its busiest April on record with nearly 2.4 million passengers through its doors.
St Vincent House, a landmark office building in Ipswich, is getting a £1million ground to roof refurbishment.
It's time to create a riot of colour with hanging baskets. Hannah Stephenson tries a masterclass to learn the secrets of success.
The Ipswich branch of Debenhams is safe, for now, but Ipswich Vision board chairman Terry Hunt says it would be naive to think it will still be around in another 100 years.
Young people from across the region and beyond have learnt about opportunities in Suffolk's burgeoning technology sector.
Troubled department store chain, Debenhams, has just revealed a list of the 22 stores it plans to close next year, and branches across Suffolk and north Essex are safe.
School children were encouraged to look beyond the supermarket packaging to understand where their food comes from at an agricultural show in Ipswich.
Specialist rural broadband provider County Broadband has begun the construction of its new ultrafast full fibre broadband network - which it says will bring some of the UK's fastest internet speeds to rural communities in East Anglia.
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