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Records have been broken by the region’s universities in this year’s national league table of universities.

Police have been tackling regular anti-social behaviour around Ipswich Waterfront – with Suffolk New College grounds among those where the problems have been spotted.

Ipswich Building Society has successfully completed a partnership with the University of Suffolk Business School by hosting a international student on a month-long internship.

University lecturer launches Union - an exhibition of his trade union photographs, at the Waterfront Gallery, Neptune Quay, Ipswich.

The University of Suffolk is launching a Talent Academy, offering up-and-coming leaders the opportunity to improve their managerial skills and insight by tapping into the knowledge of leading scholars.

Businesses and civic leaders in Ipswich are to come together in a bid to tackle crime problems across the town centre.

A simple idea from a nurse at West Suffolk Hospital which was submitted into a staff suggestion box has “instantly improved patient safety”.

Frank conversations must be had between parents, charity workers and children if a campaign aiming to raise awareness of digital threats facing young people in Suffolk is to succeed.

Ipswich Borough Council is pressing for more police to be seen on the streets that have been identified as being at the heart of the gang culture that has hit the town in recent months.

A new community-minded running club has been launched in Ipswich - where members stop off to help isolated elderly people with one-off tasks while they are out and about.

Four candidates are standing Thursday’s by-election for the county council seat held by Ipswich Labour MP Sandy Martin in May – a month before he was elected to Westminster.

A new study has put the scourge of drug gangs in Ipswich under the spotlight - where children as young as 12 are recruited to distribute heroin and crack cocaine around the town.

A new programme aims to connect businesses and scientists to put Norfolk and Suffolk at the heart of advances in health, agriculture and material technology.

Police in Ipswich are facing increased activity by drugs gangs in the town – and should link up with other authorities across the country.

John Niland, Provide’s chief executive, is working with the Essex Business School (EBS) at the University of Essex as an honorary professor.

Students from the University of Suffolk BA Hons Computer Games Design course have been awarded £5,000 and a place on Tranzfuser; a UK-wide talent programme that helps young people to develop gaming ideas.

Ipswich MP Sandy Martin is seeking an assurance from the police that they are taking knife crime and gang culture in the town seriously enough.

The University of Suffolk has announced that 10 higher education champions (HECs) have been appointed to work in schools and colleges in the county as part of the government’s £120m National Collaborative Outreach Programme.

A 22-year-old Ipswich woman who claims she lost her job after having time off due to depression and anxiety is starting a new project, supporting other young people struggling with poor mental health.

The long-serving editor of the East Anglian Daily Times has announced his decision to retire at the end of September.

Thousands of students in Suffolk today find out their A-level results. Here is a guide for parents and students about what happens on the day and what to do after discovering your results, with advice from the University of Suffolk and UCAS.

Eleven people from the county and beyond will receive their awards in ceremonies taking place this autumn.

The New Anglia LEP has named the new chairman of its skills board, who takes over from a veteran of the regional organisation.

Hundreds of cyclists took advantage of perfect pedalling weather for a day trip around the roads and lanes of East Suffolk on Saturday.

Richard Lister OBE, the founding vice-chancellor of the University of Suffolk whose “exceptional leadership” has steered its rapid evolution, has announced he will retire in autumn 2018.

The vehicle, built in 1996 by Tendring Technology College design and technology teacher Simon Clapson, has regularly competed in the Shell Eco-marathon, which challenges young engineers from around the world to design, build and drive energy-efficient vehicles.

The new agreement has been hailed by the university and will see “several” students start next month.

The University of Suffolk has appealed against the lowest-ranked award it received in the first major Olympic-styled assessment of higher education teaching standards. Vice-chancellor Richard Lister explains why in an exclusive interview.

In an exclusive interview, vice-chancellor Richard Lister explains how the university has been quietly building for the future since the fanfare on August 1, 2016: Independence Day.

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.

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