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Controversial homes branded by opponents as looking like “cheese wedges” are set to get the final go-ahead this week – after the Government decided not to call in the project.

A charity volunteer has been so inspired by the work he has been involved in that he is taking on a marathon challenge for the cause.

A new retail unit could be created at a Felixstowe neighbourhood shopping complex.

A £1.8million project to restore the world’s first fully operational radar station and create an important national heritage attraction has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.

A rescue service which last summer saved nine lives has been forced off the sea because it cannot afford its running costs.

More than 80 tourism-related businesses, organisations and individuals from Felixstowe joined together to launch the resort’s 2018 holiday season – and a new award to celebrate its attractions.

Two bishops have paid tribute to the visionary community work they encountered on a 10-day Lent pilgrimage as they walked 80 miles around Suffolk.

Hundreds of people from churches across Felixstowe gathered together to mark Good Friday at an open-air service in the town centre.

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman has urged the county’s residents to help those in need in the county and beyond this Easter.

Two men who were running a “county drugs line” supplying Class A drugs heroin and crack cocaine have been jailed for a total of nearly nine years.

Families are being invited to join a woodland Easter egg hunt at the Suffolk Blue Cross centre near Ipswich this weekend.

Repairs to Suffolk’s pot-holed roads are set for a major boost with the Government today due to announce £2.5million of extra funding to help with the work.

Repairs to Suffolk’s pot-holed roads are set for a major boost with the Government today due to announce £2.5million of extra funding to help with the work.

Waving banners and carrying protest placards, hundreds of people marched along Ipswich’s Waterfront today calling for the public to be allowed a say on the Brexit deal.

Runners will be able to enjoy spectacular seaviews as they test themselves on the course of Suffolk’s newest Parkrun.

Proposals to build thousands of new homes in east Ipswich have been boosted after the town was shortlisted for £15million of roads improvement funding.

Community leaders have planted a tree to mark the Queen’s unique place in Britain’s monarchy.

Young engineering enthusiasts at a Suffolk school have been brushing up their skills as part of a nationwide competition.

Leaders of a Suffolk free school have spoken of their delight after Ofsted rated it as ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ features.

Unsung heroes who go the extra mile to support their communities took their turn in the limelight as they were honoured at a glittering annual awards ceremony.

A fundraising campaign to restore the Victorian chapel of the Seckford Almshouses in Woodbridge has been kickstarted with a generous £920 donation from The Company of Four theatre group.

The Rt Rev Martin Seeley, Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, and his colleague the Rt Rev Dr Mike Harrison, Bishop of Dunwich, invited the public to walk with them during their 10-day Lent Pilgrimage around the county.

Work is set to start next month on a £60.4million project to dual part of the Ipswich-Felixstowe rail line – bringing benefits for freight traffic and passengers.

A priest who has increased by 25% the number of families and young people worshipping at the major London parish he leads has been chosen as the new Dean of St Edmundsbury.

An eminent marine archaeologist has identified a series of clues which he believes shows there is the wreck of a warship from the Spanish Armada off the Suffolk coast.

The ruins of a Suffolk community which vanished into the sea after a series of devastating storms in the 13th Century have been named as one of the 100 places that tell the story of England.

A Suffolk chef who had 300 indecent images of children on his mobile phone and computer equipment has denied downloading them.

Three good causes have each received £1,000 from the members of Felixstowe Community Choir.

People in east Suffolk are being invited to sessions to learn more about plans for two huge new windfarms off the county’s coast.

An acclaimed all-female group from Suffolk is to perform a concert of words and music to celebrate inspiring women.

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