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A groundbreaking high school in Bury St Edmunds, which hopes to help foster the scientists and engineers of the future, has been given government funding.

Airmen from a landlocked base in Suffolk have revealed their role in rescuing 14 people from a racing yacht.

A Suffolk prisoner has been given another four-year jail term after holding his cellmate hostage leading to a four-hour stand off with prison officers.

An aerial view of their west Suffolk home and an acrobatic display wowed residents and guests at Fornham House care home.

Ipswich’s role as the county town of Suffolk is being questioned, with some suggesting Bury St Edmunds is more deserving of the title.

Campaigners in Suffolk are urging MPs to back a ground-breaking European treaty that aims to eradicate domestic violence against women and girls.

A family have paid tribute to the “fearless” and “fun loving” Katie Bent, who died after a crash in Bardwell.

Hundreds of people are without power, cables have come down close to a school, parks have been closed and trees have fallen in parts of west Suffolk.

A not-so-frighteningly named storm is set to wreak havoc on our roads today with gusts of up to 65mph expected on the A14 and A12.

A new push is underway to recruit more ‘on call’ firefighters to make up a shortfall of around 40 across the county.

It’s not too late to book tickets and take in a great show this March. Suffolk’s theatres offer a wide range of performances to choose from with something for everyone including music, comedy, plays and wrestling.

Pianos collectively worth £50,000 are being given away to schools and community groups.

Nearly 11 hours after it was closed, motorists are now able to use the Orwell Bridge.

UK Power Networks is working to restore power to thousands of homes across East Anglia after damage caused by today’s high winds.

Flavour and fragrance solutions company Treatt today signalled that profits for its current financial year are now likely to come in “substantially” ahead of previous expectations.

It’s pancake day on February 28 and as people across Suffolk dig out the frying pan and stock up on eggs, flour and milk, you might be wondering why we make these flipped treats on Shrove Tuesday at all and indeed why the day is significant. Well, it’s funny you should ask...

People who park illegally on yellow lines in Suffolk are more likely to be fined after a new civil parking enforcement scheme was agreed by the county council.

Two men hurt after a road crash in a Suffolk village this morning are not believed to have suffered serious injuries, police have said.

Extra electricians will be on hand tomorrow in case strong winds cause damage to the region’s power system.

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Corrie McKeague have been handed a “huge amount” of Facebook data to examine by private investigators, according to his mother.

The sister of voluntary patient found hanged at a Suffolk mental health unit says she feels ‘a lot of questions have not been answered’ following the conclusion of an inquest into his death.

St Edmundsbury borough councillors have voted against giving themselves a pay rise, despite advice to the contrary from an independent panel.

An internationally recognised expert in the fields of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault has been booked to speak at a Suffolk seminar next month.

An art gallery in Bury St Edmunds owned by the town’s cathedral could yet avoid closure – if a financial plan is created in the next three weeks to save it.

A Bury St Edmunds motor dealership, which first opened its doors in the town 90 years ago this year, is about to launch its latest new showroom.

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Community sport

12:42

Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose is confident his side have got their ‘mojo back’ as they head into tomorrow’s Thurlow Nunn Premier division clash at Saffron Walden.

Bury Town boss Ben Chenery is relishing tomorrow’s visit of Ryman North leaders Maldon & Tiptree, even though his side have lost their last six games on the bounce.

Ipswich Town star Josh Emmanuel is the star of the new edition of Kings of Anglia - WHICH IS ON SALE NOW.

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers admitted he didn’t know whether he was coming or going as speculation mounted over his future on deadline day.

The Mille Maglia cyclo-cross sportive challenged riders with a combination of off-road tracks and rural byroads.

The Suffolk FA Youth Referees’ Academy is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

Alan Quinn scored in Ipswich Town’s last derby win, but has bittersweet memories, ahead of the Blues’ trip to Carrow Road at the weekend.

Suffolk tennis coach, Emily Wharton has been named as one of the East Region’s Ambassadors for Judy Murray’s ‘She Rallies’ initiative.

Ipswich Town head to Carrow Road for the East Anglia derby on Sunday, aiming to pick up their first victory from the bitter encounter in seven years.

The Mantle family were rewarded for their prowess riding off-road at Mildenhall Cycling Club’s Annual Lunch and Prize Presentations

The much-awaited Risbygate Masters bowls tournament was played out in Bury last Sunday to a packed house of enthusiastic bowlers.

A packed house at Mildenhall Stadium with well in excess of 250 supporters full of anticipation for the season ahead greeted the 2017 ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers.

Suffolk’s Tom Hudson claimed the English Under-16 Giant Slalom title at the 2017 English Alpine Championships.

Seb Burnett-Wells made the perfect start to his riding career less than two weeks after his 16th birthday when landing the Novice Riders Race at the North Norfolk Harriers point-to-point at Higham, between Colchester and Ipswich, on Sunday.

Any sign of trouble between Ipswich and Norwich fans during the East Anglian derby this weekend will be quickly tackled, police have warned.

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