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Motorists in Raydon suffered delays this morning after a car struck a telegraph pole.
Adventurous artist Jelly Green loves disappearing for months at a time to forests around the world.
Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about her renewed love of the natural world
BT boss Gavin Patterson has been stripped of his annual bonus following an accounting scandal at the firm’s Italian business, with the beleaguered telecoms giant also announcing 4,000 job cuts.
Community leaders are being asked to delay a decision on one of the biggest housing projects proposed for Suffolk so the full implications of the extra traffic it will generate can be assessed.
Pupils from six different countries were united by the common language of science and technology at a Suffolk school.
More than 100 creative computing pupils put their digital skills to the test today at the UK finals of the CoSpace competition in Martlesham.
Desktop services group IP Telecom (Holdings) has reported increased annual profits, despite a hit to revenues following the end of a major contract.
Housing developers should guarantee access to fibre broadband, insist authors of a report on new-build connectivity.
A businesswoman claims she has lost around £6,000 worth of earnings after BT mistakenly cancelled her phone line and broadband.
The biggest broadband providers are failing on customer service, speed and reliability, with TalkTalk and BT at the bottom of the pile, a survey has found.
A Suffolk company has secured a £10,000 prize in a national competition designed to help protect UK citizens and businesses against online crime.
Eight businesses have made it through to the final of the 2017 Suffolk Young Enterprise competition.
A Suffolk aviation heritage museum has started its summer opening programme in the year of its centenary celebrations.
People will have just four weeks to give their views on proposals for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park and major changes to the A12.
Lower speed limits may be brought in along the A12 east of Ipswich when the 2,000-home Adastral Park development is built at Martlesham Heath.
A Suffolk-raised motorsport star who has carved a career in the US has been confirmed for this year’s 101st Indianapolis 500.
People living on an Ipswich street have been left “exasperated” by engineers regularly digging up their road.
Ofcom plans to enforce price controls on one of Openreach’s most popular broadband lines to help drive investment into superfast broadband.
The marvels of science left Suffolk students “absolutely gob-smacked” during a series of events highlighting the varied applications of the subject.
The Suffolk Saxons Badminton team have reacted with disappointment, after the announcement today that the AJ Bell National Badminton League is going to be scrapped.
In 2008, BT announced the disconnection of over 700 red phone boxes around East Anglia. Several councils ‘adopted’ the boxes to turn them into something wonderful for the community. Here are just some of the uses in Suffolk.
BT has been given a £42m fine by the telecoms watchdog and is expected to pay out £300m in compensation to rivals over delayed high-speed cable installations.
Almost two years worth of roadworks have taken place in Ranelagh Road since 2012, the Star can reveal.
According to a What-type-of-shopper-are-you quiz I’ve just taken on the BBC’s Eat Well for Less website, I’m a bargain hunter, writes Sheena Grant,
A man who failed to reach 999 after witnessing a horror crash near Ipswich has stressed that mobile phone coverage can mean the difference between life and death.
A Suffolk science teacher believes the growing positive attitude among students towards science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects will lead to more home-grown engineers in the future.
Suffolk MMA star Arnold Allen intends to do his talking with his fists when he meets flashy Fin Makwan Amirkhani at UFC Fight Night London at the O2 Arena this weekend.
IP5 has been ranked in the top ten most desirable postcodes in England for the second year running.
BT is to create more than 200 new jobs in the East of England for apprentices and graduates, with more than half of the new recruits likely to be based in Suffolk.
Millions of BT customers with landline-only contracts could see their bills drop by as much as £60 a year under proposals being considered by Ofcom against the supplier.
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