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Families attending a much-hyped Suffolk pop concert have described how young fans’ excitement turned to tears as drunken crowds reportedly became violent amid “scenes from hell”.
People living in a quiet Suffolk street have spoken of their shock and horror at learning of a neighbour’s brutal robbery in his own home.
An award-winning Suffolk businessman is hoping to share his experiences of mentoring young people in the county with the wider business community at a major conference event later this month.
Suffolk’s probation services have been accused of failing to rehabilitate potentially dangerous offenders leaving victims at risk – particularly in cases of domestic abuse and children.
A collection of essential items is being organised in Suffolk for the victims of the London tower block fire.
A cult folk band from Slovenia are among the latest “surprise” additions to Suffolk’s up and coming folk festival.
The EADT takes a look around the Castle on the Hill’s new visitor attractions.
A Suffolk village is mourning the loss of an “irreplaceable” community champion who “would do anything for anyone” and helped to organise initiatives including the Rural Coffee Caravan.
A Suffolk primary school has raised an “amazing” £8,400 for the hospice that cared for a “kind and loving” teaching assistant before her death from cancer earlier this year.
Ipswich’s newly elected MP has called for restrictions on the so-called “crack cocaine” of gambling after figures indicated more than £4.5m was lost on the machines last year in the town.
A high-profile baroness and environmental campaigner has labelled Suffolk’s new nuclear proposals “incredibly disastrous”.
A large tree has fallen in a “dangerous” position near a Suffolk junction.
Theresa May has wants to form a government that will provide “certainty” and guide the country through Brexit talks.
Ipswich’s policing commander has said she is “extremely proud” of the operation launched to tackle violence and anti-social behaviour in the town – often involving young people.
Armed officers have been deployed around polling stations in the region as part of the heightened security in place during today’s General Election voting.
Cyclists are being warned they will face prosecution if caught flouting the rules of the road in Essex and pose a danger to the community.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man wearing a “distinctive jacket” they would like to speak to following a burglary in Ipswich.
A person has died after being hit by a train in Essex on the mainline through the region.
A victim support vehicle has been called to the scene of a bungalow fire in Suffolk.
A Suffolk stately home will be opening its grounds this summer for a series of open air “picnic” concerts featuring a symphony orchestra’s rendition of two iconic artists.
A group of travellers whose recent arrival at Suffolk recreation ground was met with community concern, will be served a notice to vacate the site, authorities said.
The general election could see a portrait by one of Suffolk’s most famous artists ousted from its home in the corridors of power by a charity shop-bought “splatter” painting.
A Suffolk grandfather who was in London when Saturday’s terrorist attacks happened said there was “panic and pandemonium” on the streets.
A group of travellers has moved on from a camp beside Suffolk’s nuclear power station – as concerns were raised over arrivals at a new site in the county.
A large tree fell on a busy road serving the Port of Felixstowe this morning, causing delays for motorists.
An accident on the A12 is reported to be causing delays for drivers in the area.
Heavy rain with possible hail and thunder is forecast for Suffolk and north Essex over the coming days.
Commuters in Suffolk and Essex can expect to see extra officers – some of them armed – following the terrorist attack in London on Saturday.
Motorists needing to fill-up with fuel this morning can save as much as 8p a litre by checking for cheaper providers.
A damning report into Suffolk’s support for children in greatest need is said to have brought improvements – but for some families the situation remains far from satisfactory.