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A woman is said to have been left “shaken” after she was approached by two men in Ipswich one of whom is reported to have grabbed his crotch and then leaned in to smell her hair.
A man has pleaded not guilty after being charged in connection with an alleged stabbing in Ipswich earlier this month.
Firefighters spent around 90 minutes tackling a chimney fire at a Suffolk pub this morning.
Six mile tailbacks have been reported on the A14 after a crash involving a car and lorry.
Drivers in Ipswich needing to top-up with fuel this morning will struggle to find a litre of petrol for less than 114.7p.
A series of celebrations marking the achievements of Suffolk’s “most famous daughter” is being held around the centenary of her death.
People living along a 183km stretch of Suffolk roads will witness the world’s greatest cyclists race past their doorsteps during Britain’s “premier” road event, which for the first time features a stage hosted entirely within the county.
A neighbour braved black smoke and flames to rescue a great-grandfather and his dog from a raging house fire in Suffolk.
Drug gangs operating in Suffolk are sexually exploiting vulnerable missing children.
Thousands more out of hours GP appointments will be made available in east Suffolk in a bid to take pressure of A&E units.
A Suffolk village is celebrating the success of its charity swimming challenge after organisers said it signed up more participants than all but two pools in the entire country.
Makers of short film capturing Suffolk’s “desolate beauty” say they are “excited” to share the first snippet of their work.
A Suffolk council which has struggled to retain a full quota of members in recent years is appealing for people to join.
Nationwide plans to restrict nurses on substantive NHS contracts from taking agency work were put “on pause” this month, following a backlash in the profession.
Patients inappropriately attending Suffolk’s largest emergency department with minor ailments could be treated on site by nurses or GPs to better use NHS resources.
Commuters in the region are facing delays this morning after damage to overhead electric wires has affected a number of services.
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has struck a deal ending a $20million lawsuit over accusations one of his hit songs was a “note-for-note” copy of a previously released track.
Suffolk’s “obesity crisis” is feared to have reached “epidemic” levels with new figures showing a near trebling of hospital admissions related to the disorder.
An increase in six-figure payments to council chiefs in Suffolk and Essex has raised “serious questions about efficiency and priorities” during times of austerity.
Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett will give a speech in Suffolk next month on the new nuclear power station proposed for the county.
Volunteers at a Suffolk cancer support centre were “absolutely thrilled” to receive the four-figure proceeds from a golf club’s year of fundraising.
A Suffolk salon has made it through to the semi-finals of a prestigious national competition after impressing some of the most influential names in hairdressing.
From erotic fiction and violent thrillers to self-help guides and business manuals – we reveal the most popular books in Suffolk’s prisons.
They have seen the passing of centuries and making of history but now some of the region’s most important artefacts could be lost for ever due to a new danger – moths.
Care home bosses say Suffolk County Council’s “inadequate” funding has left private clients now footing the rising care bill in the county.
Health commissioners have been warned of a “recurring theme” in the poor performance of services for young people’s emotional wellbeing in Suffolk.
An amnesty on medical equipment intended to help recoup a £3.4million loss to the NHS in Suffolk has seen one patient return a “staggering” 40 items.
Business leaders in parts of Suffolk hit hardest by changes in rate payments say they are a “kick in the teeth” and threaten the diversity of rural towns.
People living on an Ipswich street have been left “exasperated” by engineers regularly digging up their road.