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Ipswich dancing star Robin Windsor – who is among those picking up an honorary degree from the University of Suffolk today – says it is ‘very special’ to be recognised for doing something you love.

The New Wolsey Theatre has a reputation for putting lots of great music in their shows. But, as Arts editor Andrew Clarke, discovers with Oxy and the Morons they are looking at whether the punk spirit can survive into middle age.

Far From The Madding Crowd is a Victorian classic but as David Henshall finds out a new stage version written by Olivier-award-winng Jessica Swale reveals it to be a story filled with surprisingly contemporary characters

A £12million appeal is being launched today to protect one of Suffolk’s most beautiful but vulnerable areas from flooding.

A construction company has pledged its support to a BBC renovation programme which is aiming to transform the home of a Suffolk family who had their lives changed forever by a vicious attack.

“Let the family know you’re okay,” - that is the heart-rending message from the sister of a man who went missing in Norfolk six months ago.

The National Heritage for Horseracing and Sporting Art, at Palace House, in Newmarket, is the Suffolk Museum of the Year.

Suffolk’s Museum of the Year has been announced at a special awards ceremony tonight.

An Essex garden centre and nurseries business is celebrating after winning two more top accolades in The Greatest Awards, a showcase for the sector run by trade publication Garden Trade News.

After two weeks of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, Ipswich dancing star Robin Windsor has cast his eye over the celebrity ballroom contestants.

A drone pilot and technology enthusiast set off on a 1,200 mile electric car journey from the Suffolk coast this morning to prove it a viable alternative to fossil fuel.

Graeae urges us to “raise a glass to good times” and then some with the bawdy and brilliant Reasons To Be Cheerful, a musical packed with the iconoclastic back catalogue of Ian Dury and The Blockheads.

Praised by critics, damned by audiences, Mother!, a new horror film by Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronofsky has had everyone talking this week. Arts editor Andrew Clarke looks at the clash between critics and cinema fans.

Theresa May has said she has listened to her voters and will freeze university tuition fees at £9,250. We asked people on the Ipswich Waterfront what they thought about the prime minister’s decision.

The Dolphin in Thorpeness defines what a community pub should be.

The boss of the region’s beleaguered mental health trust is retiring with immediate effect.

National Poetry Day falls on Thursday, September 28, this year. The day is an annual celebration that inspires people throughout the UK to enjoy, discover and share poems.

The Port of Felixstowe has been named Port Operator of the Year at the annual Lloyd’s List Global Awards.

Coor, blust me, Boor! They’ve oonly gorn an’ put tha “Sloightly on th’ huh” in the owd Orxford Dicshunry!

A budding musician from Frinton-on-Sea has beaten thousands of other acts to be named in the UK’s top ten unsigned male singers.

A digital product consultant from Chelmsford is among the candidates battling for Lord Sugar’s investment when The Apprentice returns on Wednesday.

Alfred Munnings is revered as one of the nation’s greatest painters of horses. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at a new exhibition which shows that he was also a man who loved life on the water.

A woman who was temporarily blinded after two men threw a noxious liquid at her in a west Suffolk pub has described her attackers as “animals”.

The news broke that, soon, BBC radio may no longer be required to air art shows, religious broadcasts or science shows on Radio 4, writes Martin Newell.

A new BBC drama airing this Sunday starring Benedict Cumberbatch has helped boost the Suffolk economy after filming in the county.

Suffolk families enjoyed traditional sports day games at an event set up to encourage people to become more active while raising funds for an organisation supporting parents.

A rare camera which caught the eye of a television antiques expert sold for £20,000 at a Suffolk auction.

One of the nation’s greatest dance companies is coming to Ipswich to unveil a triple bill of new work. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at what is in store when the National Dance Company Wales takes to the stage

Care home staff at a Suffolk-based company were treated to a glitzy awards ceremony to celebrate their outstanding work.

The arrival of autumn is no signal to stop the charity fundraising and fun. Gina Long thanks all those walking, running, cycling and more, and those toiling behind the scenes to make sure everything turns out to be a success on the day

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