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It’s a time-worn story of star-crossed lovers thwarted by a tyrant and a ghost unable to break free of the earthly chains that tie her to a certain wood – but this Thornham Magna spirit has a rose-tinted twist.

An Ipswich headmaster has spoken about the importance of restricting pupils’ mobile phone usage during school hours in light of comments made by a Suffolk MP.

Two local women share their Slimming World journeys and show off their fantastic results.

Social media networks should have a legal duty to protect their users from harm, West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has said.

Man caves have come a very long way. Gabrielle Fagan reveals the trends to tap into now.

A competition launched to count down to this year’s Suffolk Dog Day has already received an “overwhelming” response.

A houndly hastag and new website have been launched ahead of the return of this year’s Suffolk Dog Day.

Framlingham singer Ed Sheeran has been spotted wearing an Ipswich Town shirt at his latest gig in London.

The family and friends of a young Suffolk father diagnosed with three brain tumours are embarking on a fundraising mission for much-needed research into the disease as they strive to turn tragedy into hope.

The Unruly Pig fought off fierce competition to win in the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2018.

The transformation of the Ipswich Waterfront into an outdoor photography gallery begins this week as familiar landmarks, including the former Burtons Mill and the Winerack, prepare to host the work of internationally and locally renowned photographers for the second PhotoEast Festival.

This year PhotoEast is looking at the theme of Belonging. As the photo-festival on Ipswich Waterfront gets underway Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to photographer Gillian Allard about a group of female refugees who have discovered they belong in Suffolk

The work of a number of Suffolk photographers is to be proudly displayed along Ipswich Waterfront later this month after they were selected as winners in a festival’s Instagram campaign.

The Suffolk superstar recommended The Hot Sausage Company on Ipswich high street in his latest promo video.

The waters around Orford Ness, the largest shingle bank in Europe, are famed for the secrets they hide.

Everyone has heard of haunted houses - but in Suffolk, there’s a house which itself is the ghost, appearing and disappearing in front of incredulous onlookers.

The world’s longest continuous inflatable obstacle course – The Labyrinth Challenge – is coming to Ipswich.

It didn’t pay to be unpopular during the Witch Trials of the 1640s and in particular, it didn’t pay to preach the Catholic liturgy at a time when doing so left you branded a “scandalous minister” or to be a Royalist in a Parliamentarian area.

The latest member of the Cambridge family could provide a baby bump for the Norfolk and Suffolk economy thanks to celebratory spending.

It is said that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned – but in Boulge in Suffolk, the woman in question who haunts the village in a coach pulled by headless horses is so furious that she’s known locally as the Queen of Hell itself.

Predators are using social media apps to send sex messages to children as young as 10 across Suffolk and Essex, a new study shows.

This year’s Larking Gowen tourism and leisure business survey, the largest independent survey of its kind in the region, threw up some interesting facts.

A small but thriving village, Hollesley’s unusual claim has been somewhat foreshadowed by the mysterious UFO sightings in nearby Rendlesham Forest where a series of unexplained lights in the sky in December 1980 became the UK’s Roswell.

Barry Cotter has described his debut against Barnsley on Tuesday night as the ‘best day of my life’.

At first sight, Lindsey Beard might look like the kind of fitness devotee who has been into sport and working out for almost as long as she’s been walking and talking.

A mother and son have created a Lego brick tribute to Suffolk pop star Ed Sheeran – and need your vote to get it on the toy shop shelves.

Not so long ago, the most troubling thing the average 10 to 12-year-old had to do after school was work out how to juggle watching that night’s episode of Blue Peter with getting their maths homework done and perhaps fitting in an hour’s outside play with their friends.

Is there someone you wish you could get back in contact with? A new website may be able to help you.

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