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The seats on the new Cornhill are being stained to make them stand out more and therefore ensure they are safer for walkers in the area.

The A14 at Stowmarket will be partially closed for the next two weekends - pushing traffic through the centre of the town while joints on the viaduct carrying the road are replaced.

The number of journeys on Greater Anglia last year rose by more than the national average, new figures from the Office of Road and Rail reveal.

West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock is still in the running to become Britain's next Prime Minister - but he's still a long way behind favourite and pack leader Boris Johnson.

Rail passengers in East Anglia face another weekend of disruption - although Saturday should be slightly easier for many than recently.

As MPs start voting today for their choice of new party leader, most from Suffolk have now confirmed which way they will be voting in the early rounds of the contest.

The decision by the government to reject Suffolk County Council's plans for a Four Villages' Bypass was very disappointing for the communities concerned - but really should have come as no surprise to anybody.

A full programme of summer weekend events on Ipswich's rebuilt Cornhill has now been put together in a bid to bring more people into the town centre.

East Anglia's Children's Hospices are £22,000 better off after last month's special train around the region hauled by a pair of veteran diesel locomotives.

Vital safety repairs on Suffolk's roads will continue if the county's road contractor is unable to continue due to financial worries, people have been assured.

The first new "bimode" trains for regional services in East Anglia should enter service within the next few weeks after they were given formal approval by the government's rail regulator.

A former leader of Suffolk Coastal Council has died following a long battle with cancer - just two days after attending his last town council meeting.

Nearly 20 years after the former Tooks Bakery on Old Norwich Road in Ipswich closed down, the first new homes are starting to appear on the site.

West Suffolk MP and Health Secretary Matthew Hancock has launched his campaign to lead the Conservative Party with London press conference for Westminster-based media.

Drivers are facing five weeks of disruption later this month as engineers replace an old gas main on either side of Norwich Road.

Rock legend Rod Stewart proved he's still got what it takes as he delighted a near sell-out crowd on his third visit to Ipswich Town's Portman Road stadium.

Broomhill Pool could be open to the public again in spring 2021 - 20 years after its last swimmers left - following the signing of final paperwork to allow its restoration.

Ministers at the Department for Transport have lost confidence in Suffolk County Council's ability to develop major road-building projects after the collapse of the Upper Orwell Crossing scheme, a Conservative MP has claimed.

The first complete new suburban train for Greater Anglia has been rolled out of the factory in Derby and is about to start trials at a test track in the East Midlands.

Members of the Ipswich Royal British Legion gathered at the town's Cenotaph in Christchurch Park early on Thursday morning to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

One of the best-known stalls on Ipswich Market has taken on a new identity as it makes its mark in its new permanent location next to the Town Hall.

The contest for the leadership of the Conservative Party has become a tiny bit clearer as MPs return to Westminster after their Whitsun Recess following James Cleverly's sensible decision not to stand - but it still looks like something of a mess.

Hopes of a new bypass around four villages on the A12 between Wickham Market and Saxmundham have received an apparently fatal blow after the government said it could not support the proposal.

Screen Suffolk has joined up with Greater Anglia and the Mid Suffolk Light Railway to try to attract film-makers to use the county's trains as backdrops to new films or television programmes.

A block of shops and flats in Ipswich is likely to be demolished and replaced by 16 new council flats.

Could a new tenant soon be found for the former Grimwades store on the edge of the Cornhill as the council prepares to replace the controversial plinths outside it?

Essex MP and Junior Brexit Minister James Cleverly has become the first of the candidates aiming to lead the Conservative Party to drop out of the race.

Ipswich council has unveiled the safety changes it will be making to the Cornhill following the death of pensioner John Stow earlier this year.

Rail lines to the north and east of Ipswich will be shut for another weekend as Network Rail engineers continue to install new track and signalling in connection with the upgrade of the line between Felixstowe and Nuneaton in the Midlands.

A former water plant on the edge of Ipswich could be converted into three individual homes if planners agree to a redevelopment proposal.

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