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A website advertising a fake university in Queen Street has been shut down after it attempted to scam thousands of pounds from overseas students looking to obtain a degree in Suffolk.

Her nude paintings celebrating the natural differences between women may have 'caused a stir' in Felixstowe but that has not put artist Brittany Van Wezel off plans for a second exhibition.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares the inspirational story of Helen Davies, an elite marathon runner who is setting record times after a five year break to start a family, at an age where most athletes are retiring!

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares his pride at being asked to present in front of the top football clubs in the world at Wembley. Here's the story of how it came about - and how Ipswich Town helped him.

An academic whose 63-page report examined gangs and county lines in Suffolk believes a shift in the drug market caused a nationwide rise in violent crime.

In his latest column, Nino Severino explains how a special project means young Ipswich athletes will be inspiring and helping others around the world.

Education in Suffolk will receive more than £8m to boost innovative projects courtesy of the New Anglia LEP.

The University of Suffolk, based in Ipswich, is sponsoring the Community Involvement category at this year's Suffolk Business Awards. Professor David Collins, dean of Suffolk Business School, explains the importance of a sense of community and why success can come in many guises.

Suffolk fitness enthusiast Joff Anselmi is hitting the road in a gruelling challenge to raise money for Help for Heroes.

A reformed gangster who survived seven stabbings and nearly lost a leg to drugs believes many of today's safeguarding policies should be consigned to a drawer and forgotten about.

The University of Suffolk has been shortlisted for a student choice award.

Leading Polish painter Professor Maciej Swieszewski is exhibiting his work at the Waterfront Gallery in Ipswich.

Ipswich has an artistic tradition that goes back hundreds of years, right through to the present day.

Ipswich artist Lois Cordelia brought the medieval church of St Clement's to life on Thursday evening during a dynamic live painting session.

A new heritage centre for Suffolk's historic records has a new piece of history - albeit one which will certainly not be on show to visitors for a few years yet.

The University of Suffolk has been recognised for its higher than average proportion of students from low-participation neighbourhoods, earning its place as third in the country for widening participation.

A man has been arrested after a shopkeeper was allegedly threatened at knifepoint and robbed in Ipswich.

In his latest column, Nino Severino looks at the positives good parenting can do in sport

Councillor James Reeder, Cabinet Member for Health has some great suggestions for how to improve your health and fitness in Suffolk in 2019

As part of Ipswich's Kiss & Tell exhibition and events programme, a Rodin Study Day is taking place at the University of Suffolk on Saturday March 2.

In his latest column Nino Severino discusses the launch of his new mentoring service to help youngsters as he laments the poor physical and mental health of the nation's children.

The recent history of an Ipswich church is to come to life thanks to funding from the National Lottery.

The skeleton of the new "The Hold" heritage centre and records office in Ipswich is now taking shape on the campus of the University of Suffolk.

A project which gave more than 70 high risk victims of domestic abuse additional security is to be extended for another 12 months.

A primary school near Woodbridge hosted a series of sessions to teach children online safety as part of Safer Internet Day.

A campaign by the Department for Education encouraging people to get into teaching is to visit Ipswich this week, amid concerns for teacher shortages in the county.

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has begun a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

Excitement is building for Suffolk Pride as details of a parade along Ipswich Waterfront begin to emerge.

Ipswich school pupils have spoken about the potential risks they face online as experts called for concerted action to keep young people safe.

Do you remember Ipswich in 1974? See these amazing aerial photos of the county town.

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