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Hundreds laced up their trainers and took part in Adastral Park’s first ever sports day today in aid of Sports Relief.

Telecoms giant BT has agreed a two-year pay deal for its workers as part of a package of measures including a new pension scheme.

BT Openreach has launched its biggest recruitment drive ever, which will include 220 engineers to speed the roll-out of faster broadband in the region.

It was announced this morning that Professor Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, we take a look at his visits to Suffolk.

A University of Essex PhD student whose pioneering work in artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed the way Britain’s biggest telecoms business deploys engineers is to present his research to Parliament.

A jury has taken just 49 minutes to convict a former soldier of murdering an 83-year-old dog walker in woodland.

The jury trying the case of a former soldier accused of murdering an 83-year-old dog walker in woodland, have been sent out to consider its verdict.

The jury trying the case of a former soldier accused of murdering 83-year-old grandfather Peter Wrighton while he was walking his dogs in a Norfolk woodland has been hearing closing speeches in the trial.

Clothing worn by an 83-year-old dog walker found murdered in East Harling woodland contained DNA likely to have come from his accused killer, a court heard.

A former Royal Marine told police his hallucination “Alex” was with him on the day an 83-year-old dog walker was murdered near Thetford, a court has heard.

A top accountancy firm has pledged to use its extensive business network to help a new initiative aimed at boosting the social mobility of young people in Ipswich.

An Ipswich medium will spook celebs this week as part of a new television series.

A dog walker who found the body of murdered 83-year-old Peter Wrighton sobbed in court as she described the moment she realised he was dead.

An 83-year-old dog walker was attacked “out of the blue” and murdered in a knife attack which left his head “almost severed from his body”, a jury has been told.

Government risks failing to meet its target for apprentices taking up trainee posts, a national business leader has warned ahead of an event in Bury St Edmunds.

A jury has been sworn in to try a former soldier accused of murdering a dog walker in woodland near East Harling.

Traffic heading in and out of Ipswich along Wherstead Road has been plunged into chaos as Anglian Water engineers moved in to replace the cover of an underground tap.

Four former serviceman are planning an epic 4,000-plus mile motorcycle ride round the coast of Britain in a bid to raise money for a charity which is close to their hearts.

Suffolk Show-goers are set to enjoy a mixed feast of nostalgia and novelty at this year’s event, as organisers build on the success of last year’s bumper event.

Suffolk Agricultural Association celebrated a “tremendous year” at its annual general meeting on Monday (February 19).

A Suffolk entrepreneur has built a successful recruitment business after beginning his working life as a shop worker.

I always try to be as reasonable as possible when dealing with officialdom and those who make decisions that affect our lives.

Two thousand homes have been given the go ahead in east Suffolk – in a move that could also support a new business hub attracting technology giants Apple and Facebook.

The new BT ‘Moments’ advertisement shows a mother being video-called on the bus by her husband who wants her to see their baby’s first steps. Couldn’t he have waited so they could have watched her together? Does EVERYTHING need to be immediate?

Mike Bacon takes a look at ‘No Hunger In Paradise’, the book and TV programme about youth academy football..

Roadworks on Wherstead Road are causing traffic delays in Ipswich this morning.

The Prince’s Trust, the Prince of Wales’ charity which works with young people, is teaming up with the Government’s Innovate UK initiative to encourage more 18- to 30-year-olds to go into business.

Plans are under way for this year’s big celebration of Suffolk.

An Ipswich primary school which has put together a world-first virtual reality guided video tour has unveiled the finished video.

Harwich and North Essex MP Bernard Jenkin has welcomed government proposals to give everyone the legal right to have broadband installed to their property.

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