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Education chiefs have praised the above-national A-level results in Suffolk amid radical changes to the exam system and curriculum.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis eats at The Lindsey Rose, which is under new management and has undergone a complete refurbishment.

Our tasting panel put 12 East Anglian strawberry jams to the test - but which came out on top?

A reformed jihadist from Ipswich and a former English Defence League member from Lowestoft have become best friends in their quest to combat extremism.

Ipswich Town head to Millwall, in the Championship tomorrow night, looking to preserve their unbeaten start to the season and maintain their 100% winning record in league and cup.

Friends and family of a Suffolk man killed in an horrific road accident gathered at his local pub to pay their respects to a “great dad” whose young daughter was “his whole world”.

Amy Gallivan gets a taste of the Deep South at The American Diner in Felixstowe.

The expansion of retail parks around the edge of Ipswich has become a major talking point after our report revealing that there are now more than 70 shops, cafes, and leisure units on the edge of the town.

A Suffolk library has been praised for its engaging approach to social media and is said to be enjoying success in many of its regular groups.

A group of volunteers who have worked tirelessly to improve one of Ipswich’s popular parks over the last five years have split – but say their work will remain for future generations to enjoy.

Ipswich Town have been named as one of the top three academies at Category 2 level in the country.

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers has spoken candidly about the pressure of last season, how Nottingham Forest’s interest and the Blues’ delayed contract talks ‘messed with my head’ and why none of it has put him off wanting to be a manager.

The summer instalment of a biannual music festival returns to Woodbridge later this month with its ‘silent discos’ back by popular demand.

Kids can be fussy, but there’s lots of choice in Suffolk when it comes to family dining. Here are some of our good bets for eating out over the summer holidays.

A summer holiday craze has brought visitors flocking to the Suffolk seaside, transforming beaches into a huge collaborative art exhibition.

A ride at a Suffolk themepark which shut for urgent safety checks following a fatal accident on a similar machine in America has reopened to the public.

Follow our recipe for the lightest scones ever - all served with a soft set Pimms and strawberry jam.

Ipswich Town have defeated Birmingham City 1-0, thanks to a Joe Garner goal.

Today heralded the dawn of a new interactive era as we brought you live video coverage of Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy’s pre-match press conference.

A corner of Colchester will be adorned with all the colours of the rainbow later this month, as the town hosts its first-ever LGBT pride event.

The following spots are known for going the extra mile to be inclusive. But remember, if you are a coeliac (different to an intolerance) always call ahead first to book.

A recently reopened pub’s ambition to revive old traditions is continuing apace – with the return of a popular folk night.

Ipswich’s first dedicated live escape room has opened – with the first week of sessions nearly fully booked.

Time is running out to vote for East Anglian cheese St Jude in national awards.

Cyber bullying, online grooming and sexting are just some of the digital safety risks facing young people in Suffolk – and they must be tackled head-on.

After almost a year of reconstruction, the first part of new Felixstowe Pier opened to the public.

A Suffolk singer has performed the role of Mozart’s mistress in a theatre where the great composer wrote one of his masterpieces for.

In the last of our weekly lookbacks at Town’s greatest games, we remember the day the Blues proved they could hold their own in the Premier League.

With Ipswich Town’s Championship season just over a week away from kicking-off, excitement is building at Portman Road – the buzz at Thursday’s open day spreading a new wave of optimism amongst supporters.

A multi-million pound blueprint for Bury St Edmunds, with a pedestrianised historic centre at its core, has been revealed.

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