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Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington has won her battle for UK citizenship and an apology from the Home Office.

Proposals to build a new community for thousands of people on the edge of Clacton have been given the go-ahead by Tendring Council.

Could East Anglia have a high-speed rail line taking passengers from Ipswich to London in just 45 minutes by the middle of the century?

The fact that some pen-pushers at the Home Office decided that former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington had not done enough to prove that she was worthy of UK citizenship came as a shock – but not a total surprise.

The gods shone on the first day of the Suffolk Show – creating ideal conditions to bring out the crowds and create a “perfect” event according to its director Bee Kemball.

Perfect Suffolk Show weather brought tens of thousands of visitors to Trinity Park on the edge of Ipswich for the first day of the county’s most prestigious event.

Technology giant BT has a major presence at the Suffolk Show for the first time in many years – showcasing its work in the county and its involvement with schools and colleges.

The centenary of the end of the First World War is being marked at the Suffolk Show by a major display showing how the conflict affected people both fighting on battlefields and on the Home Front.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington should hear within the next two weeks whether she can become a British citizen – but Home Secretary Sajid Javid needs to explain why it has taken so long to reach this state.

Be prepared for showers – but don’t worry about a total washout – that’s the advice from weather experts to visitors heading for the Suffolk Show.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington should hear within the next two weeks whether she can become a British citizen – but Home Secretary Sajid Javid needs to explain why it has taken so long to reach this state.

Be prepared for showers – but don’t worry about a total washout. That was the advice from weather experts to visitors heading for the Suffolk Show.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington’s attempt to become a British citizen is back on after Home Office staff contacted her to find out details of her life in this country.

Suffolk County Council’s new leader has promised a new era of co-operation as he took over the helm at Endeavour House at the authority’s annual general meeting.

The Ideas for Ipswich document produced by planning consultants Allies and Morrison is packed with ideas for the future development of the town centre.

A major roadworks scheme which is set to cause chaos on a key route in Ipswich for up to six months saw dozens of people turn out for a meeting on the matter.

Home Office staff are hoping to speak to former Ipswich Mayor Inga Lockington as soon as possible to try to ensure that her path to British citizenship is smoothed.

Proposals to turn the former Odeon cinema on Major’s Corner in Ipswich into a new centre for the Hope Church look set to take a big step forward next week.

Proposals to turn the former Odeon cinema on Major’s Corner in Ipswich into a new centre for the Hope Church look set to take a big step forward next week.

The new chair of the Great Eastern Main Line Taskforce has met the rail minister to demand that the government keeps the pressure on Network Rail to upgrade the route.

Over the last two decades there has been a revolution in Country Music – and now some of the freshest new sounds of the genre are coming not from the US, but from England’s Home Counties.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington has had her application for British citizenship turned down by the Home Office – because officials will not accept that she is a UK resident!

Ipswich market traders have been given an apology by the borough council after Saturday’s trading was disturbed by rescheduled construction work linked to the Cornhill redevelopment.

A missing 13-year-old girl from Lowestoft who had not been seen at home since Friday afternoon has been found.

Could Lloyds Avenue be transformed into a traffic-free haven for pavement cafes and Wolsey’s Gate become the centre of a pedestrianised Waterfront square?

A fun and educational event at a college in Suffolk attracted around a thousand visitors on Sunday.

Police are investigating after a man’s body was found on Suffolk marshland just hours after they had been called to an illegal rave in the area.

Police are investigating after a teenager reported being sexually assaulted in Lowestoft.

Rail timetables on services in many parts of Britain change dramatically on Monday as companies bring in new trains with different service patterns.

Highways England teams will be carrying out maintenance on trunk roads across the region over the next week.

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