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A 49-year-old mother of five is defying medics and taking part in this year’s London Marathon

The man at the centre of prosecuting the so-called ‘Rochdale grooming gang’ has stressed the importance of public organisations listening to their staff and users in safeguarding the public.

The EADT’s 2018 Suffolk Business Awards are now open for entries.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses his trip to the University of Suffolk – and says we should be shouting more about what this county has to offer from a sporting point of view.

Key speakers at a Suffolk march taking place on a nationwide day of “pro-EU” action have been announced including politicians, campaigners and experts in science and law.

A Suffolk student nurse impacted by a national loans blunder has said she is considering selling her car so she can complete her studies.

A prosecutor who helped bring the Rochdale sex trafficking gang to justice will address police, education, health and legal experts on how to better protect vulnerable people from harm in Suffolk.

A Suffolk village’s little-known role as a safe haven for refugee children displaced during the Spanish Civil War is to be commemorated this month with the unveiling of a plaque.

Suffolk Ornithologists’ Group honours Scole teeneager

The University of Suffolk’s ability to recruit international students and staff has significantly improved since it gained independent status, its recruitment chief has said.

People have the chance to see and ask questions about the planned routes of the Upper Orwell Crossings in Ipswich at a special event at Dance East on the Waterfront today.

The number of visitors to entertainment events at Ipswich Corn Exchange and Town Hall fell significantly last summer – largely because a number of shows were cancelled or postponed.

Remarkable staff and volunteers at Ipswich Hospital who go the extra mile were recognised at the trust’s annual awards ceremony.

University lecturers in Essex are prepared to strike again this summer, cancelling final year exams and delaying graduation ceremonies, if the bitter pension dispute remains unresolved.

A group of art students based at West Suffolk College studied the work of Antoni Gaudi on a trip to Barcelona to enhance their course work.

The battle to engage more girls in technical subjects is beginning to bear fruit – but leading figures in the industry in East Anglia say engagement and outreach will be key to bringing up the numbers.

Alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love has said he may help British investigators prepare charges against him to prevent the case remaining open against him indefinitely.

Headway Suffolk is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its annual sponsored cycle by introducing a 10 mile walking route.

An Ipswich architect has been re-elected as chairman of the Suffolk branch of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) as the University of Suffolk launches its first architecture degree course.

Artist Annabel Mednick has just finished a three year study of Leo Collins, a young person with a story to tell. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to Annabel about the joy and the challenges of capturing a multi-faceted portrait of someone trying to overcome disability and live life on their terms

Organisers of the ‘In Celebration of Peace’ exhibition held at the University of Suffolk have been buoyed by the display’s success.

The parents of alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love have spoken of their relief after the High Court ruled he should not be extradited to the United States.

The University of Suffolk is taking steps to establish itself as a front runner in health research.

Protecting vulnerable children and teenagers in Suffolk from taking risks online is everyone’s responsibility, experts are warning.

A neighbourhood suffering gang violence, intimidation and an epidemic of hard drugs, claims to be overcoming its troubles after residents and authorities united to reclaim the streets.

Organisers behind a new scheme to improve adult literacy in Ipswich have been buoyed by the interest shown after an open event last week.

The University of Suffolk and Suffolk County Council have combined to form a regional centre of excellence in the field of sustainable development and green economic growth.

The burgeoning electric vehicle industry presents an “exciting opportunity” for the East of England to strengthen its economic relationship with China, according to an enterprise leader.

Ipswich-based Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has appointed Ben Williams as its new head of marketing, with effect from March.

Education bosses in Suffolk have said it is vital that arts subjects do not continue to suffer, after nine in 10 schools in a national survey said they had cut back on arts.

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