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With just two days to do until we come together to celebrate our wonderful county, one Suffolk fan has created a range of tasty goods inspired by the place she calls home.
Shoppers have expressed sadness at hearing that budget retailer Poundworld is the latest chain to enter administration.
BT is to replace chief executive Gavin Patterson later this year amid waning support for the company’s trajectory.
A driver is feared hurt after colliding with a telephone pole in west Suffolk this morning.
The hard-work and dedication invested by passionate volunteers is behind the success of the Suffolk Show, the director has said.
The gods shone on the first day of the Suffolk Show – creating ideal conditions to bring out the crowds and create a “perfect” event according to its director Bee Kemball.
Perfect Suffolk Show weather brought tens of thousands of visitors to Trinity Park on the edge of Ipswich for the first day of the county’s most prestigious event.
Technology giant BT has a major presence at the Suffolk Show for the first time in many years – showcasing its work in the county and its involvement with schools and colleges.
Ipswich Town’s search for a new manager is finally over following the appointment of Paul Hurst. Andy Warren looks at the story of how the Blues finally got their man.
Suffolk’s business and education leaders have come together to back a highly successful skills event aimed at opening up a wide range of career opportunities to the county’s young people.
BT staff at Adastral Park, Suffolk met today to discuss the threat to their jobs
Suffolk is “punching above its weight” with ground-breaking technology, a sector leader has said following the release of an influential report.
Seeking to inspire at Adastal Park as Google event attracts students, innovators and business owners.
The Suffolk firm behind a new product for detecting TB in cattle is celebrating a major milestone after getting the official thumbs-up for its limited use.
A hi-tech cluster is celebrating after reaching a milestone in its growth.
Leading figures from Suffolk’s business and voluntary sectors are meeting at a conference highlighting the benefits of giving employees time to help charities.
Ipswich has today formally submitted a bid to be the home of one of Channel Four’s “creative hubs” developing programmes for the national broadcaster.
Fears have been raised over the future of hundreds of BT jobs in Suffolk, after the telecoms giant revealed plans to axe 13,000 jobs over the next three years.
BT is to axe around 13,000 jobs over three years as the telecoms giant aims to cut costs.
A summit has been held at Westminster to discuss the future of broadband and mobile connectivity in Suffolk.
Motorists in Kesgrave can expect delays at a key junction for four days this month as temporary traffic lights are in place for work.
A new life-saving defibrillator – housed in an old telephone box – has been officially unveiled in Bury St Edmunds town centre.
Innovators in the East of England meet at BT’s global research hub to explore growth opportunities
Suffolk Show organisers are launching what is thought to be the first interactive app for an agricultural event of its kind in England.
Suffolk’s biggest new housing development in years is set to bring almost £100million in investment in community projects, including roads, schools, public transport and green spaces, it can be revealed.
The technology and digital sector is on the rise in East Anglia as shown by last year’s TechNation report which showed it supports more than 17,000 jobs in Norwich and Ipswich alone.
Councils in east Suffolk will help support entrepreneurs and promote Suffolk as an international destination as part of measures announced in its new economic growth plan.
The gender pay gap figures are in – and some of them aren’t pretty. The main finding is the gender inequality which persists at senior and board level. Bethany Whymark reports.
The funeral of Professor Stephen Hawking has been held at a church near the Cambridge University college that was his home for more than 50 years.
Hundreds laced up their trainers and took part in Adastral Park’s first ever sports day today in aid of Sports Relief.
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