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The case of a former soldier accused of the murder of an 83-year-old dog walker in East Harling has been adjourned.
An Ipswich school which caters for youngsters with complex physical and learning difficulties has unveiled its new innovative sensory cabin after a year of fundraising.
A woman from Woodbridge was one of only 10 volunteers selected globally to help run a WAGGGS conference.
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A Suffolk grandfather was infuriated when engineers tried to dig up his front garden and install a superfast broadband cabinet without first asking his permission.
BT has welcomed its new intake of 107 graduates at its research and development headquarters at Adastral Park in Martlesham Heath.
Universities in East Anglia have been handed a multi-million pound funding boost to improve their links with business.
The first wife and carer of Professor Stephen Hawking was hailed for her “truly inspirational” keynote speech at the annual Headway Suffolk Neuro Conference today.
This years annual Headway Suffolk’s Neuro Conference will take place next Wednesday, October 4, and tickets are still available.
It was a monumental task, matched by a monumental effort - and it removed a monumental mountain of litter from Suffolk’s beaches.
A 70-year-old former BT worker from Felixstowe, who was a safeguarding officer at his church, has been given a suspended prison sentence for downloading child porn.
A road in Suffolk was closed for four hours last night and into the early hours of this morning after a vehicle crashed into a ditch.
The government has announced new cash in a bid to ensure people living in “hard to reach” areas do not miss out on superfast broadband.
A new secondary school planned for development on land near Adastral Park in Martlesham Heath could tie-up with Kesgrave High School as part of a multi-academy trust.
A lorry brought down telephones lines in Felixstowe after a collision this morning.
Young people in Suffolk are being offered free work placements at BT to help their future careers.
John Niland, Provide’s chief executive, is working with the Essex Business School (EBS) at the University of Essex as an honorary professor.
Rural businesses struggling with sluggish internet speeds will have the chance to take matters into their own hands after the launch of a community-led project in the region.
Thousands of people in Suffolk were told to dial 999 from their mobiles if they had an emergency last night after BT announced they were dealing with a large-scale problem with landlines.
An 83-year-old man who was fatally stabbed while walking his dogs in woodland near the Suffolk/Norfolk border died from “incised wounds to the neck”, an inquest heard.
Richard Lister OBE, the founding vice-chancellor of the University of Suffolk whose “exceptional leadership” has steered its rapid evolution, has announced he will retire in autumn 2018.
More than seven months plagued by a faulty BT phoneline has left a daughter fearing for the safety of her 88-year-old mother from Stowmarket.
The number of Suffolk properties with access to high-speed broadband has now passed 90% – and the county is set to pass the 98% mark in 2020.
World League semi-finals: England 1 USA 1: USA won the shoot-out
The UK’s communications watchdog has revealed how it plans to hold Openreach to account as it splits from BT, warning that it could take further action if certain goals are missed.
Manningtree-based food ingredients company EDME has appointed a new operations and technical director. Metin Fevzi will oversee the production of tens of thousands of tonnes of flour and flakes to ensure the highest standards of product and service.
BT’s annual music festival for staff, friends and family helped raise more than £4,000 for the NSPCC and Childline.
More than 24,000 homes and businesses in Essex are set to get superfast broadband under a £24million deal from Essex County Council.
Businesses are set to get in on the act today as residents across the county celebrate the first-ever Suffolk Day.
Today, scores of exciting and fun events are happening across the county as people and organisations take the opportunity to celebrate all things Suffolk, writes Terry Hunt.
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