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Key education issues in Suffolk such as special educational needs, catchment areas and home schooling will be put under greater scrutiny thanks to a series of new task forces.

Prime Minister Theresa May is to resign later this summer she confirmed today.

Theresa May is resigning and the race is on for the country's top job - here we answer your burning questions about the Tory leadership race.

Plans to flog unused land have been unveiled by one of Suffolk's biggest landholders, in a bid to tackle the county's housing crisis.

Every dog has its day, and that special moment has finally arrived for "big softie" Wilson - who was chosen from 1,000 photogenic four-legged friends to be the face of Suffolk's top canine celebration.

Tributes have been paid to a nine-year-old boy who tragically died after he became trapped under a locker at an Essex school.

More than 70 parents and children have marched against the proposed closure of their town library.

A family-run Suffolk housebuilder is waving goodbye to one of its longest-serving employees in the company's history.

A 32-year-old man accused of breaking into a house in a Suffolk seaside town has been cleared by a jury.

Suffolk's Red Rooster Festival continues to attract the best in roots and Americana music from both sides of the Atlantic. We spoke to headliner Nick Lowe about his new roots band Los Straitjackets

Five police officers have been cleared of misconduct after a man lost the tips of three fingers when they were trapped under a toilet rim.

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Catherine Larner talks to Saskia Sarginson about her chilling new novel set in a fictional US airbase in Suffolk in the 1950s

Saluting all the winners and finalists in the Eat Suffolk Food & Drink Awards 2019 | Words: Jayne Lindill - Photos: Sarah Lucy Brown

When you're by the coast or out and about in Suffolk nothing beats traditional fish and chips. A large battered cod, crunchy fried chips with lots of salt and vinegar and of course a side of mushy peas and curry sauce. Here are 15 of our favourite places to try tasty fish and chips in Suffolk

Suffolk Magazine columnist and author Melissa Harrison has been announced as the UK winner of the European Union Prize for Literature 2019.

Children in Suffolk are being encouraged to explore, enjoy and get inspired by the natural world around them in an exciting new competition called Wild About Writing.

Suffolk Magazine is proud to support the brand new Suffolk Community Awards which celebrate and recognise the huge contribution that groups, individuals, town and parish councils make on the overall quality of life in our communities across the length and breadth of Suffolk.

Our rare snakes, lizards and amphibians are right at home on brownfield sites, which can be challenging for developers | Words: Suzy Stennett

Bury Mercury

Key education issues in Suffolk such as special educational needs, catchment areas and home schooling will be put under greater scrutiny thanks to a series of new task forces.

Prime Minister Theresa May is to resign later this summer she confirmed today.

Theresa May is resigning and the race is on for the country's top job - here we answer your burning questions about the Tory leadership race.

Plans to flog unused land have been unveiled by one of Suffolk's biggest landholders, in a bid to tackle the county's housing crisis.

Every dog has its day, and that special moment has finally arrived for "big softie" Wilson - who was chosen from 1,000 photogenic four-legged friends to be the face of Suffolk's top canine celebration.

A family-run Suffolk housebuilder is waving goodbye to one of its longest-serving employees in the company's history.

The business on St John's Street, Bury St Edmunds, replaces The Snug, which shut in the town earlier this month.

Ipswich Star

Key education issues in Suffolk such as special educational needs, catchment areas and home schooling will be put under greater scrutiny thanks to a series of new task forces.

Prime Minister Theresa May is to resign later this summer she confirmed today.

Theresa May is resigning and the race is on for the country's top job - here we answer your burning questions about the Tory leadership race.

Plans to flog unused land have been unveiled by one of Suffolk's biggest landholders, in a bid to tackle the county's housing crisis.

Every dog has its day, and that special moment has finally arrived for "big softie" Wilson - who was chosen from 1,000 photogenic four-legged friends to be the face of Suffolk's top canine celebration.

A 32-year-old man accused of breaking into a house in a Suffolk seaside town has been cleared by a jury.

Suffolk's Red Rooster Festival continues to attract the best in roots and Americana music from both sides of the Atlantic. We spoke to headliner Nick Lowe about his new roots band Los Straitjackets

Demand for storage is on the up, stoked by a rise in internet businesses, according to an Ipswich storage rental firm.

There was widespread support for outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May from Suffolk's Conservative MPs - but some were already looking forward to the battle ahead.

Keen gardeners will get a chance to talk to the experts at this year's Suffolk Show.

Ed Sheeran has given students at his old Suffolk school the perfect gift - by handing each of its 1,100 pupils free tickets to one of his homecoming Ipswich gigs.

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