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The search has been launched to find this year's Stars of Suffolk - the ordinary people who do extraordinary things in the county.
A building society has continued to expand in spite of tough market conditions, it said as it published a solid set of financial results.
Ipswich Building Society is offering up to 95% home loans for "heartland" borrowers from the region, in a boost for first-time buyers.
Ipswich has a long history of printing and manufacturing - and PDC BIG is making it big, in the niche world of employee badges and identification, business cards and other products for public events and conferences.
Another Ipswich business is excited to get involved with Elmer's Big Parade - as Suffolk law firm Birketts announces the elephant in their room.
Ensors Chartered Accountants has revealed the new electric blue t-shirts for the Ipswich Building Society Twilight Road Race 2019 as chosen by the public.
The Surviving Winter campaign has had its best opening month - with more that £65,000 pledged already towards keeping the most vulnerable of our community warm through winter.
This year's Surviving Winter appeal has got off to one of its best ever starts in Suffolk - and has been boosted by a record £30,000 match funding pledge.
A campaign to help vulnerable people in Suffolk heat their homes this winter is launched today.
Ipswich Building Society is hosting an exhibition to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, at its flagship branch.
Ipswich Town Football Club is one of 11 employers to pledge commitment to improving future opportunities for young people in the town, regardless of their background.
Ipswich Building Society has donated more than £6,000 to nine Suffolk based charities from its Mutual Advantage affinity saving accounts programme.
An Ipswich foodbank has reached a major fundraising goal allowing them to move to a larger premises as their demand continues to soar.
Time is almost up for nominating this year's Stars of Suffolk, so make sure to tell us about your unsung heroes.
Companies have shown their determination to boost social mobility in Ipswich by committing to boost connections with local schools and colleges.
More than 30 unique buildings in Ipswich are taking part in Heritage Open Days 2018, from September 8-9 and 15-16 Here are nine places you can visit.
Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal has appointed solicitor Martyn Hayward, an asbestos disease specialist.
Helen Davies and Jack Millar both smashed the course record on their way to impressive victories at the Ipswich Twilight 10K road race, held in the town on a balmy last Friday evening.
In his weekly column, Don Topley takes a look at the RHS cricket festival, now in its 19th year.