Pupils with special needs are significantly more likely to be suspended from mainstream education than their peers, new figures show.
Trigger and Boycie are amongst a group of guinea pigs at the RSPCA in Martlesham that are looking for loving owners.
Two Ipswich Town fans heading to their match against Peterborough United yesterday got a big surprise when they bumped into legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Tudor England has been brought back to life at Kentwell Hall in Suffolk.
It was a trip back in time for classic car fans, with some cars more than 100 years old on display in the scenic Suffolk countryside this weekend.
A food loving duo are on a mission to find the tastiest roast dinner in Suffolk.
Gok Wan is on the hunt for brides-to-be in Ipswich, who are ready to 'Say Yes to the Dress' for the new series of the hit show.
Next week a pop-up shop will open to the masses of Ed Sheeran fans that will be descending on Ipswich for his concerts in Chantry Park.
Mid Suffolk HOPS, which has helped hundreds of children with special educational needs over the last 40 years, have announced they will close at the end of this month.
Elmer's Big Parade sticker collectors across Suffolk are eagerly awaiting the next batch of stickers to arrive in stores.
After a wet few days Ed Sheeran fans heading to his Chantry Park gigs in Ipswich next weekend are hoping better weather is on the horizon.
The last support act for the final night of Ed Sheeran's mammoth world-wide tour in Ipswich has been announced after the conclusion of a nationwide battle of the bands competition.
It may not be the food combination that most people dream of - but candy floss flavoured grapes have this week made a return to Suffolk supermarkets.
The scale of Suffolk's pothole problem has been revealed as new figures show the county council received 24 reports of damaged roads a day last year.
Six friends and the brother of a 34-year-old Elmswell man fighting pancreatic cancer and cystic fibrosis (CF) are gearing up for a 150-mile cycle ride to his beloved Tottenham Hotspur.
A child has been taken to hospital after a crash between two cars and the child.
Fresh controversy has emerged over a £66,000 report on housing in Suffolk after it emerged a think tank commissioned to do the work had gone into administration just days before the publication.
A vice principal has lashed out at those who claim A-levels are being "dumbed down" - as early figures suggest the pass rate in Suffolk has dropped in the past year.
Walsham-le-Willows is to open its gardens to the public at its annual festival over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A multi-million pound plot of land in Suffolk has been put up to for sale with permission to build 68 brand-new homes.
Most police officers are used to getting behind the wheel and racing along to incidents across Suffolk - but this team of volunteer cadets will drive a different kind of blue lights vehicle this summer.
The Ipswich parkrun at Chantry Park will not take place this Saturday, August 17 as preparations for the Ed Sheeran concerts continue.
West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds has been graded A1 in a national survey of trainee doctors.
A review of the weekend action. From the National League and Isthmian League to Thurlow Nunn. And from the Southern League to the SIL
In his latest cricket column, Don Topley discusses an emotional day at the Ashes, and offers his thoughts on Jason Roy as an opening batsman.
Join MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON for another Non-League podcast episode.
Zac Herrod won an action-packed Mid-Suffolk Road Race, finally outdistancing Stephen Fuller (Cambridge CC) on the long climb to the finish through Willisham Tye.
In his weekly look at life following the Blues, MIKE BACON, remembers an encounter with Mr 'Posh', Barry Fry. And says Town really should beat Peterborough on Saturday.
Ipswich Witches skipper Danny King is celebrating his birthday this week. So, what was he up to?
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FA Cup joy for many clubs in our region and MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON give their thoughts, as well as Southern League action thoughts.
MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON are back for an SIL Special in this week's Non-League Podcast. Plenty of debate...
In his weekly look at life at Town, MIKE BACON suggests Town players and fans could be in for one hell of an atmosphere this weekend.
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Stowmarket Town came from behind twice to earn a share of the points from their opening weekend trip to FC Clacton, writes Alex Moss.
The time has arrived - Ipswich Town are kicking off life in League One at Burton Albion. STUART WATSON previews the Blues' voyage into the unknown.
Jack Ainsley insists his new club Stowmarket Town will have to fight for every point if they are to realise their goal of winning the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division, writes Alex Moss.
MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON Bacon are back to take a look at the new non-league season, Steps 2-6...... Teams to watch, who will get promoted, surprise packages...
Stowmarket Town have swooped to sign defender Seb Dunbar.
Hadleigh Pedal House proprietor Adam Chamberlin won the Abberton Road Race after a long breakaway in company with Orwell Velo's James Sherwood.
In his weekly column MIKE BACON tells us why Ipswich Town can enjoy a huge season...
In his latest column, Nino Severino shares Ipswich's link to British Vogue's historic 'Forces for Change' front cover, which hits stores on Friday.
There was a gala night atmosphere at Trinity Park, Ipswich for the final night of the Suffolk Cycle Race Series, writes Fergus Muir.