Civic College site 1970. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

What appears to be East Anglia's ancient 'crown jewels' have re-emerged some 14 centuries after they disappeared, in one of the most significant archaeological discoveries ever made in Britain.

The boss of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals is "very concerned" about the potential impact of Brexit on European doctors and nurses - and even fears some may go home for Christmas and not come back.

An impressive giant structure built out of 750 beer crates has been attracting delighted children in Ipswich town centre.

A wildlife group in Ipswich has spoken of its shock after it had to deal with two separate incidents of baby hedgehogs being kicked to death.

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Suffolk's police and crime commissioner last night described his shock at learning a woman in her 30s had been found in a pool of blood, with multiple stab wounds, outside a bungalow in Needham Market.

It's been a busy week in the corridors of power at Suffolk County Council's Endeavour House base this week.

A company director has kept his driving licence despite clocking up too many points for using a mobile in traffic.

A Suffolk farming family have been chosen to be the new dairy farmers on the island of Sark, off the north west coast of France.

The number of elderly people travelling on Essex park and ride services could fall by as much as a half if Essex County Council implements its charging proposals, results from a consultation have revealed.

Three burglars are still at large after they were involved in a police chase across Suffolk following the theft of a large number of items, including razor blades, at the Leiston Co-op.

Britain's housing crisis is not getting any better, writes Ipswich Borough Council leader, David Ellesmere.

It may have taken pensioner Olwyn Hopkins 99 years to conquer her fear of flying but now there is no stopping her.

Ipswich remains the only council area in Suffolk where there isn't an extra charge for brown bin collections. In his latest column, borough council leader David Ellesmere explains why.

Massive housing development schemes in Essex have been given a broadside by former pop star Feargal Sharkey for placing extra pressure on critically low water supplies.

Armed police have carried out an operation just outside Ipswich town centre.

Thousands of people were joined by Suffolk celebrities to show their love for Minsmere in the face of plans to build a third nuclear reactor at Sizewell.

The body of a man has been found in a pond at Chantry Park, police have confirmed.

In his latest column, Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere says 80 years after the first CAB opened, the town's service is still a vital resource for people who need help.

It's back to school this week with all the usual last minute shopping, earlier nights, butterflies in the stomach and most probably a sleepless night before the first day - and that's just the adults!

Over the last week I have received many messages praising the council's organisation of the Ed Sheeran concerts, writes David Ellesmere, leader of Ipswich Borough Council.

It's a computer game that has become a worldwide phenomena - and made one Essex teenager a millionaire.

A reunion of Northgate School pupils has made our columnist Clare Flintoff look back, reflect and re-evaluate what progress there has been in education.

The Elmer art trail continues to attract families into Ipswich town centre. Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere pays tribute to those behind it - and reveals his favourite elephant.

One in five people in Suffolk do not walk for 30 minutes once a month, shocking figures have revealed.

An Essex policeman accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a bar during a night out in Chelmsford has been described as "professional and someone to look up to" by a colleague.

A sure-fire way to place the age of someone in Ipswich is how they refer to the former nightclub on Princes Street, writes Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere.

You may have read recent headlines about government plans for every new teacher in England to be trained so they can spot early warning signs of mental health, writes Andy Brogan, Deputy Chief Executive of Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, part of the Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care System.

A plea has been made to the new prime minister for better investment in Suffolk, as industry chiefs come together to outline the county's priorities.

There is a growing trend in Ipswich to extend standard three-bedroom homes and convert them into a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO), but the council are working to regulate these and ensure residents are not put in danger.

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