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Today we are asking new parents to share their experiences of breastfeeding - was there too much pressure from healthcare professionals, did you get enough support and what factors played a part in the decision you made?

Health and social care bosses in Suffolk and north Essex have clubbed together to make a multimillion pound series of funding bids to help overcome “huge challenges”.

Police in Suffolk have vowed to investigate why the force has the worst rate of abandoned 999 calls in the country.

Health providers in the region are on course for an £80million overspend this year – prompting fresh warnings about pressures facing the NHS.

A Suffolk group formed through shared concern at the outcome of the UK’s Brexit negotiations with Europe is inviting people to join it on a national protest march on Parliament.

The team behind a Suffolk heritage railway hopes it can become one of the county’s foremost attractions after it received approval for its extension plans.

Suffolk’s most senior clergyman has said the church “owes much to gay laity and clergy” after attending a high profile synod at which a controversial report on homosexuality was rejected.

A Suffolk medical practice has been rated ‘good’ by inspectors – less than four months after being told it needed to improve.

The owner of a Suffolk restaurant has spoken of his pride after winning an award for best in county based on consumer reviews.

A Suffolk farm park has been welcoming its first visitors of the year this week – including some particularly cute new arrivals.

Police were called to reports of a man causing problems at an Ipswich social club last night.

Police have warned they will not tolerate troublemakers ahead of this afternoon’s clash between Ipswich Town and Leeds and Portman Road.

An early taste of springtime is set to bring soaring temperatures to the UK next week – with Suffolk forecast to see the very warmest of the weather.

A secondary ticket seller has been accused of “profiteering at the expense of teenage cancer sufferers” after tickets for an Ed Sheeran charity concert were listed on its site for more than £5,000.

Families have had to “fight every step of the way” to get help for the children with the greatest needs in Suffolk.

The devastating fire that caused “significant loss” to a historic Suffolk mansion is thought to have been started by a tumble drier.

The best efforts of 80 firefighters look unlikely to save an historic Suffolk mansion from being completely destroyed by a huge blaze.

Suffolk care home residents who were evacuated after smoke was seen in the property are reported to have returned to their rooms safely.

Rush-hour travel problems on the way into Ipswich have been cleared after a breakdown earlier this evening.

Two ambulance service staff were injured when their vehicle was involved in a collision with a car and truck as it responded to an emergency call-out in Suffolk this afternoon.

Ed Sheeran has topped a Valentine’s chart of love songs voted for by the public.

Suffolk golfers have donated a four-figure sum to the appeal for a new £10million children’s hospice.

The sixth-form student who played a young Ed Sheeran in the video for his Suffolk “love song” has followed in the star’s charitable footsteps – quite literally – by wearing some of his old shoes and clothes.

Valentine’s Day diners in east Suffolk are being advised to “look before you book” and check a business’s food hygiene rating before deciding where to take their date.

A Suffolk doctor has warned that GP appointments could be replaced by meetings with nurses, paramedics or other health workers to cope with growing patient demands.

Ed Sheeran’s year of triumphs has continued – with a planning appeal victory.

Ed Sheeran gave a stripped down performance of his latest chart topping hit as a last minute addition to this year’s Annual Grammy Award ceremony.

A 10-year-old girl has given a grilling to Suffolk and north Essex health chiefs on one of the most confusing additions to the already baffling world of the NHS.

To his friends and family, John Appleby will always be remembered as a “quiet and unassuming” man, who was gentle, kind and loving.

New figures have revealed a huge rise in the number of patients having operations cancelled at the last minute by Suffolk’s largest hospital in yet another sign of the winter health crisis affecting the NHS.

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