A project set to create 90 new jobs in a Suffolk seaside town has been given a near £1million boost from the Government.

The pioneering collaboration comes as part of the Alde and Ore Estuary Partnership's (AOEP) plans to put in place a programme of work, including raising river walls, to make the estuary landscape of homes, businesses and protected wildlife resilient to a one-in-200 year tidal surge.

Celebrations have been held to mark the completion of a £4million leisure project being hailed as a major investment in the future health of the local community.

Community leaders are calling on EDF Energy to make greater use of rail and marine transport to deliver the construction materials for the new Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Around 3,000 walkers and cyclists will be taking a grand tour of Suffolk's churches today to help raise cash for the upkeep of some of the county's most historic places of worship.

The team behind the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station has donated a new minibus to Alde Valley Academy in Leiston to ensure pupils living in the most rural parts of the county can get to school.

People will find out about the realities of living next door to a nuclear power station construction site tomorrow at a public meeting over Sizewell C.

Campaigners have attacked a decision which will cause the "premature destruction" of a century-old woodland as appalling and unacceptable.

People enjoyed finding out about Suffolk's rural past when one of its most important museums threw open its doors for a special event.

It was access all areas at Portman Road in 1988 as Ipswich Town opened its doors for a fun day for fans.

The premises in Hamilton Road have stood empty since April after Marks and Spencer closed the store after 80 years.

Campaigners in Saxmundham have put their views to a public inquiry over proposals for 1,000 new homes, which they claim is "excessive".

They've been seen by thousands of people, but tomorrow will be the final chance to see the colourful Elmers on the streets of Ipswich.

Community leaders are being recommended to approve major changes to the landscape to allow Sizewell C to be built - despite a huge number of objections.

A grandmother of four with multiple sclerosis (MS) plans to celebrate a £30,000 lottery win - by treating herself to her first ever cocktail.

Community leaders are set to press ahead with a £20million proposal to make Felixstowe a "leisure destination" able to attract people from an 80,000 population catchment area.

It may be America's national game, but baseball was first played in England.

Emergency services were called to help after a man got into difficulties in the water off Shotley this afternoon.

An underwater world of sea creatures made by schoolchildren from single-use plastic will be one of the highlights of one of Suffolk's biggest outdoor celebrations of art.

Celebrity chefs and award-winning restaurateurs will be giving top tips at two days of foodie fun in Bury St Edmunds this month.

Passengers travelling on services between Sudbury and Marks Tey and Felixstowe and Ipswich can expect rail replacement services to start their working week.

Campaigners have voiced concerns over where up to two million litres of drinking quality water will come from every day to cool the reactors of the new Sizewell C nuclear power station if it is built.

Proposals for a major change in layout of part of the Sizewell B site have been criticised as "premature", would unnecessarily destroy woodland and harm an area of oustanding natural beauty.

Author and teacher Jane Hawking will be the keynote speaker again this year at a conference held by a Suffolk charity which supports adults who have an acquired brain injury or a neurological condition.

A seaside town's former M&S store is to be nearly halved in size to attract a new retail business - but extended upwards to include 16 new flats.

Britain's premier container port says it is preparing to double the amount of cargo it sends by rail once dualling of part of the Felixstowe-Ipswich line is fully complete.

Twelve beach huts were destroyed in a blaze on a resort's seafront this afternoon.

Girl Guides and Scouts from Ipswich did their good deed for the weekend - by giving some of the Elmers a spruce up.

Plans to provide Woodbridge with a new youth, art and community centre for generations to come have been given a funding boost of £188,000.

Twists and turns, steep hills and a welcome sharp descent - cyclists love taking part in races in Woodbridge.

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