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Two of Suffolk’s top chefs will be battling it out to win top awards in a national competition.
A Felixstowe primary school has been praised for its vibrant school community and behaviour of pupils in its latest Ofsted visit.
A new dramatisation of the Quentin Blake book The Green Ship is to be performed at Woodbridge Library next month.
A weekend of fundraising events have been announced for the The Spirit of Beowulf Festival.
Fire crews were called to the former Fisons works in Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, on April 9 after a blaze broke out in a two-storey building.
A fictional retelling of the case of Lord Lucan will be the subject of a talk in Woodbridge.
Katy Sandalls looks at what Suffolk’s younger players have to offer and how important it is to ensure their future in women’s football.
Business owners in Woodbridge have been left frustrated after fake job posts were made to the website, Indeed.
A Suffolk artist has taken on the task of recreating the county’s biggest superstar for her latest exhibition.
Woodbridge Museum is set to re-open its doors this weekend in a brand new setting.
Think big, think positive is often a motto for many sportsmen - but one Suffolk man has taken it to new levels by seeking to play the world’s highest game of rugby on Mount Everest.
Emergency services have been called to the scene of a collision between a car and a motorcyclist at the Copdock roundabout.
Sunny intervals will be on there way this afternoon after a cold and cloudy start to the day across Suffolk and Essex.
St Mary’s Church in Woodbridge has been presented with a cheque for over £40,000 to refurbish the church’s bells.
A new report has called on the government to support long-term projects to help regenerate the UK’s seaside towns.
A Woodbridge bakery and cafe could be transformed into a brand new restaurant under plans being unveiled this week.
The owners of the Ship Inn pub - which was devastated by fire last week - have said they intend to have it open by Christmas.
The community groups and charities of Woodbridge are getting ready to show off what they have to offer at a special event this weekend.
Budding, young photographers from Ipswich have been showing off their skills at a local gallery.
Fire officers investigating the devastating blaze at the Ship Inn in Levington have confirmed that their investigations are now focusing on the pub’s chimney and wood burner.
A smitten couple who were born and bred in Ipswich have been celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary.
Armed police swooped in Ipswich town centre after members of the public reported seeing a man with a gun.
A farm in Bramford bought by the NHS almost ten years ago has been sold for a £190,000 loss at auction.
MPs from across Suffolk and Essex have spoken of their frustration after Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement was defeated in Parliament.
Emergency services are currently on the scene of a multi-vehicle collision on the A14 eastbound.
A horse has been injured after a horsebox and HGV collided on the A14 near Rougham.
A smourgis board of audiovisual and culinary delights were on offer as one of Britain’s favourite cooking duos hit the stage at the Ipswich Regent.
Residents are being urged to register to vote so they can have their say in a crucial set of upcoming Suffolk elections.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue will return to The Ship Inn pub in Levington today to begin investigation work after a huge fire destroyed the pub’s thatched roof on Tuesday morning.
A community leader has expressed his sadness at the news of a huge fire at a Suffolk pub.