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An Ipswich octogenarian who has devotedly wound the clock at his local church for the last 15 years has made his last turn of the timepiece as it heads for restoration.
Ipswich High School for Girls hosted the UK’s largest pop-up planetarium on Friday, where youngsters could see the planets, stars and solar system come to life.
Ipswich Hospital will be hosting a stand at the Suffolk Show featuring a host of activities for visitors to keep healthy.
Suffolk County Council highways engineers have carried out emergency roadworks at three locations in the county today, causing some delays in the areas.
Trains to and from Lowestoft are being delayed because of a fault with a river swing bridge.
A man has been flown to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge with serious injuries after his lorry struck a tree on the B1084.
Police have launched an investigation after a woman in Mildenhall reported cash had been stolen in a distraction burglary.
Firefighters in Essex are continuing to investigate the cause of a house fire that started in Flitch Green last night.
Motorists in Raydon suffered delays this morning after a car struck a telegraph pole.
A new music festival in Ipswich inspired by Martlesham’s Music on the Green and Kesgrave Music Festival is hoping to attract up to 4,000 people for its inaugural event this year.
Businesses in Fore Street have voiced fears over the future of the historic street’s shops – and cited expensive car parking as the reason.
A student recruitment manager at the University of Suffolk will be running the Edinburgh Marathon at the end of the month in memory of her father and his battle with dementia.
An inspirational documentary exploring the pressures and issues women face over their body image worldwide will be returning to Ipswich after a sell-out screening.
Talented musicians at One sixth form in Ipswich will be playing a concert in Stowmarket this evening to raise funds for an autism charity.
The Mayor of Ipswich paid a visit to a hearing specialist centre this week to raise awareness for the importance of regular hearing checks.
Independent bakeries in Ipswich have urged customers to continue to shop local after two Greggs stores opened just a handful of metres from existing bakeries in Ipswich.
A public meeting has been set up in Rushmere St Andrew next month for people to share their views for the parish plan.
People in Kesgrave who would like to be more involved in local government are being encouraged to put their names forward for the vacant councillor position at Kesgrave Town Council.
The search for a missing woman from Colchester has been suspended after officers found a body.
Police are investigating after an eight-year-old boy reported being approached by a man and woman in Halstead.
Suffolk Young People’s Health Project (4YP) has been awarded £500 after being nominated as a chosen charity of a psychological skills mentoring firm.
Ipswich Borough Council has issued a warning after reported incident of bogus traders posing as council staff in Ipswich on Thursday.
A car has crashed into a pub in St Osyth, Clacton, this afternoon, causing severe delays in the area.
Development of the former Bridge Primary School next to Ipswich Hospital have taken a step further, as demolition work has been completed.
A top professor in networking will be giving an open lecture on social mobility at the University of Suffolk on Thursday.
Youngsters at a top Ipswich primary school have been getting into the election spirit this month with a full campaign to mirror the General Election.
The University of Suffolk has launched a tie-up with the UK Stem Cell Bank (UKSCB) to help give students industry-standard experience.
Jewellery collectively worth several thousand pounds has been stolen in a burglary at a home in Beccles.
A group of nearly 100 runners will be coming together for the Great East Run this year in memory of a much-missed mum and wife from Ipswich.
Police officers in Essex have issued CCTV images of a man they are looking to trace following a burglary in Colchester.
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