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Power must be devolved to workers in Suffolk and Norfolk to reinvigorate industry and bridge a “great regional divide” on jobs, a new report urges.

Suffolk-based classical singer Fiona Jessica Wilson wins Music Week Sync award for In Paradisum - from the BCC TV drama Broken.

Ipswich Town legend and former England captain Terry Butcher has paid tribute to his son Christopher’s “larger than life character” and described him as a “formidable and true friend” following the 35-year-old’s death.

Suffolk-based energy retailer Haven Power contributed £488m to the UK economy last year, supporting 5,400 jobs, according to a report assessing the economic impact of its parent company, Drax Group.

The first graduates of the University of Suffolk since it secured independence status last year gathered in Ipswich today to celebrate years of hard work.

The world of football has united in mourning following the death of the son of Ipswich Town legend and former England captain Terry Butcher.

Overnight roadworks have begun in Main Road, Kesgrave, as two weeks of pedestrian crossing work takes place.

An appeal by developers to build 300 homes in Bell Lane, Kesgrave, has been dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate after it branded the controversial scheme as unsustainable.

An aspiring Scorsese who is working towards a media diploma at college has made his first steps into the filmmaking industry after gaining a work placement as an assistant director on a new film production.

Plumb Mate is to continue its sponsorship of the Suffolk FA Under-7 4v4 Festivals.

The Crown & Castle restaurant with rooms at Orford, near Woodbridge, has become part of the Suffolk-based TA Hotel Collection chain.

Harry Fricker of Kesgrave High School, whose handicap is scratch, won the Suffolk Schools’ Championship title at Hintlesham with a three under par round of 69, writes Tony Garnett.

One of Suffolk’s most senior clergy has said farewell to the county after seven years to pursue new paths in the church.

When foreign language plays are translated for the stage they usually end up as starchy period pieces with cut-glass accents. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to writer Blake Morrison about making the classics much more egalitarian.

I could have eaten it after all, writes Sheena Grant.

An Ipswich athletics coach who continues to train those in the sport as she approaches her 80th birthday has been recognised with an outstanding award to volunteering.

Million-pound plans to roll out a ‘golden hello’ for GPs starting their careers in rural areas would not provide enough cash to plug a chronic GP recruitment gap in Suffolk and north Essex, an MP has said.

East Anglian logistics company Maritime Group has reported increased annual revenue and profits – despite the bankruptcy of a major customer during the year.

A record total of more than 650 business leaders attended the 2017 Menta Trade Fair at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds.

Suffolk-based Tru 7 Group has expanded with the acquisition of the Clarke Demolition Company (CDC).

An Ipswich woman is deciding what to splash her winnings on after scooping £30,000 with the People’s Postcode Lottery.

A signal fault is delaying Greater Anglia trains on the main line between Norwich and London this evening.

Griff Rhys Jones has heaped praise on the ‘remarkable, inspired and very difficult work’ of staff at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

The parent company of the Port of Felixstowe and Harwich International Port has posted increased annual revenues and profits.

Suffolk-based civil engineering group Breheny has posted strong growth in annual revenue and profits, with turnover topping £100m for the first time.

Suffolk-based Jackson Civils has won the main infrastructure contract for the new Suffolk Park business area on the edge of Bury St Edmunds.

Mendham’s Peter Wright admitted he was ‘relieved’ after surviving match darts to beat Stephen Bunting 2-1 in the first round of the World Grand Prix late last night, writes Alex Moss.

Sunny weather has given a seafood celebration on the banks of the River Deben a boost as organisers believe the sixth annual Woodbridge Shuck will be the most successful yet.

Suffolk accountant Colin Wash is to merge his Ipswich-based business into the Bury St Edmunds office of regional accountancy firm Lovewell Blake.

Suffolk-based architects and technologists firm Plaice Design Co Ltd is celebrating after one of its projects was named among the winners at The AT Awards.

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