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A scheme to compensate former pupils at an independent school in Colchester who suffered sexual, physical or emotional abuse at the hands of staff members has been set up.

Retail chain Marks and Spencer has confirmed the closure of its Newmarket store with the loss of 38 jobs.

Further alterations to Greater Anglia’s timetable have been announced as Network Rail fix a cracked rail at London Liverpool Street.

Recylced and upcycled furniture has been used to kit out Hullabaloo, a new vegan cafe which has opened in Ipswich town centre.

National Series mountain bike racing brought top riders from across the country to the Phoenix Cycleworks off-road facility at Kentford near Newmarket, writes Fergus Muir.

Miss Saigon star Ashley Gilmour - who plays American GI Chris - looks forward to playing every new venue on the musical’s mega tour - but Norfolk will be particularly special: it’s the place he calls home.

A sell-out masquerade ball held in Newmarket at the weekend raised vital funds for a charity which provides support to injured jockeys.

Three further victims of a paedophile doctor from Suffolk have received compensation, it has been reported.

A Suffolk school has hosted an exciting Chinese exchange – with students from a top Shanghai school invited to socialise with ‘buddy students’ in the UK.

A woman has appeared in court charged in connection with a fatal crash in Newmarket.

When I was at school I don’t really remember anyone having head lice. Maybe it had something to do with the ‘nit nurse’.

A train headed for Ipswich had been cancelled due to “disruptive passengers”.

A bespoke furniture maker who has overcome mental health issues to launch his own business achieved a huge milestone last week when he opened a shop in Ipswich.

A Suffolk athlete will fulfil her childhood ambition to represent Team Great Britain thanks to a lifesaving transplant operation.

A number of courses at the University of Suffolk have been ranked among the best in the country as part of a prestigious national survey.

A Suffolk couple who lost one of their triplets as a tiny baby are taking on the “mission of a lifetime” in their son’s name.

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?

Copdock & Old Ipswichian captain Chris Swallow heaped praise on his side after they toppled high-flying Mildenhall on Saturday in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

Leiston boss Glenn Driver says he has already been more than impressed with new signing Cemal Ramadan.

Police investigating a crash that killed two men and left two young women with serious injuries in Suffolk have made an arrest in connection with the incident.

A former Ipswich rugby star has helped England Counties U20s complete a notable double victory over Georgia U20s, in Georgia.

Two people have died after crash in west Suffolk, which left a further two casualties in hospital with serious injuries.

Highways England has released details of planned new and ongoing work over the coming week, including a junction exit closure on the A12 at Colchester.

There might now be a Duke and Duchess of East Anglia, rather than Sussex, if Meghan’s aristocratic ancestry had been known earlier (we already have a Duke of Norfolk and an Earl of Suffolk). Don Black reveals details.

Tony Clack, 38, from Framlingham and Paul Humphreys, 32 from Warrington met a year ago after Mr Clack’s car hit the central reservation on the A14 near Cambridge.

The transformation of the Ipswich Waterfront into an outdoor photography gallery begins this week as familiar landmarks, including the former Burtons Mill and the Winerack, prepare to host the work of internationally and locally renowned photographers for the second PhotoEast Festival.

This year PhotoEast is looking at the theme of Belonging. As the photo-festival on Ipswich Waterfront gets underway Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to photographer Gillian Allard about a group of female refugees who have discovered they belong in Suffolk

The mother of an Essex man who died after being assaulted has said a future without her son is a “life sentence”, as his killer is put behind bars.

It’s Dementia Action Week, an annual campaign to improve the lives of the UK’s 850,000 sufferers. Sheena Grant reports on a housing initiative that helps couples stay living together after a dementia diagnosis, however bad things get.

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