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Sally Chicken has been elected president of the East of England Co-operative Society following five years on its board of directors.
Just under a year ago, Lynne Langdon began examining a mass of old letters, documents and photographs - discovering things about her family she never knew.
Gallery - First world war: The day the Zeppelin fell from the skies over Suffolk, crashing into a field along the coast Shot down by aircraft from Orfordness, 16 of a Zeppelin's crew died as it fells blazing into a Suffolk field.
The main minority languages spoken at the Belstead Road school are Portuguese, Polish and Lithuanian, representing respectively 4%, 4% and 3% of the total.
A planning application for the first part of the northern fringe development in Ipswich is about to be lodged with the borough council.
Police have released two CCTV images of a man they wish to identify and speak to in connection to the theft of a bank card in Ipswich.
The UK's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in nearly six years with the number of people in work hitting a new record, official figures showed yesterday.
Bryony Rudkin, portfolio-holder for culture and leisure at Ipswich Borough Council, said Ipswich can now be known as a "festival town" after hailing the success of this year's Ip-art festival.
A Suffolk heating engineer accused of killing a customer by failing to properly service their boiler has been cleared of manslaughter.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 07:48 am
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