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Helen Davies was not only the first female, but also first overall, as she produced a personal best performance at the Snetterton Race Track 10K on an ice-cold Sunday morning in Norfolk.

The John Peel Centre for Creative Arts in Stowmarket is preparing for week of music and film by announcing the winner of their poster competition, run in partnership with the University of Suffolk.

Genocide survivors and historians will meet with school pupils at the University of Suffolk for a Holocaust Memorial Day event.

Businesses can harness the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creativity, thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges across the East of England.

As a potential teaching crisis looms in Suffolk and schools struggle to recruit new staff, one former teacher tells why she quit the profession while a training provider calls for prompt action to be taken.

David Kindred looks at the history behind Ipswich’s medieval church St Clement’s which is located between Fore Street and Star Lane.

What about drink driving? Or petty theft? What is our moral responsibility? To the person we love, or to the law? Our agony uncle and ethics expert Robin Herne from the University of Suffolk and West Suffolk College asks how much should we be prepared to protect a relative.

In his latest column, Nino Severino welcomes an international rugby side to Suffolk.

A former soldier has spoken out about his battle to rebuild his life after a serious car crash.

New Woodbridge quayside cafe

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Family-owned Suffolk business Coffeelink has grown further with the opening of another cafe, close to the River Deben in the Whisstocks quayside development,

In his latest column, Nino Severino sings the praises of Pipers Vale Gymnastics Club in Ipswich, which is producing potential Olympic stars of the future.

Schools in Suffolk awarded a share of a seven-figure sum for social mobility projects have reported significant successes in the first year.

A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of attempted sexual assault following reports of an attack on a woman in an Ipswich street.

Brothers Damon and Riley O’Donnell joined Mayor of Ipswich Jane Riley to make it a date to remember at Ipswich’s new-look Cornhill as they buried a time capsule beneath the iconic Gateways - not to be opened before 2050.

Ipswich town centre was filled with light and noise as the women of Suffolk marched to tell people they have the right to feel safe on the streets after dark.

Her ancestors fought for British women’s suffrage and soon she will become the first chancellor of the University of Suffolk.

Poll Do you feel safe at night in Ipswich?

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

University students and charities are coming together to march for an end to violence against women.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses a new idea from the University of Suffolk Hub, and how an old friend from Ipswich Town is still helping athletes in the town.

Christmas is in the air - and people have been busy uploading festive photos. Here are some from around the area which have been shared in the last seven days.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses a big day for him and the team at the University of Suffolk’s state of the art sports science Hub.

Light and noise will fill the night when hundreds of women march against sexual violence during a packed late night shopping evening in Ipswich.

The University of Suffolk has almost tripled its spending on mental health in the last five years - outspending huge universities like Loughborough and Portsmouth.

A “visionary and ambitious” bid to establish a pioneering multi-million pound centre for technology in the east has been put forward.

The Anna Airy Award is one of the most inspiring art exhibitions of the year. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a tour of the exhibition and believes that 20 years ago many of the works would have been in a degree show rather than a sixth form exhibition

Suffolk and Norfolk business leaders and influencers have offered their support to Easton and Otley College in the wake of its second damning inspectors’ report.

In past columns I have talked about a divide between athletes that earn large amounts of money, and those that do not, and how there is a movement in Ipswich to bring this sporting diversity together.

A pigeon cull on Ipswich Waterfront has been suspended following plans from protestors to “disrupt” the event.

Communities have been urged to do more to help rising numbers of people with dementia ahead of a Suffolk conference on one of the county’s growing health challenges.

Ipswich boy and Strictly Come Dancing favourite Robin Windsor explains how wanting to finish at the top of his game and the lure of a permanent natural tan convinced him to waltz into the sunset.

Weekend shoppers and Ipswich traders were keen to see the town’s new Cornhill after it was finally reopened after nine months’ work to redesign the heart of the town centre.

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