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Libraries face a challenging future under Brexit – but determined Suffolk communities will put up a fight to help them survive.

Meat cleavers, machetes and axes are among dozens of dangerous weapons seized by police from children under 18 in Suffolk over the past year.

Certified puppy breeders have spoken out over a hard-hitting new report which names Suffolk and Essex as illegal puppy farming hotspots.

Two people have died and more than 120 have been injured in an early morning earthquake which struck the Greek island of Kos and parts of southern Turkey.

Fresher, cooler temperatures will be felt across the region on Thursday and Friday – a welcome relief from today’s humid conditions.

Green Flag judges have recognised two Ipswich parks with their top annual accolade.

Pressure on Ipswich Hospital’s under-strain A&E department could be eased if new proposals are approved by health chiefs, a Suffolk MP has said.

Two picturesque towns in the heart of Suffolk have been featured a list of the UK’s top 10 property hotspots.

A former hotel worker appeared before magistrates in Ipswich today charged with possessing an imitation firearm following an incident in Cardinal Park.

The chief executive of Suffolk’s library service has announced she will be stepping down from the role next year.

Excluding school pupils involved in dealing drugs or possessing knives may push children into the hands of gangs, a Suffolk police chief has warned.

We will not allow a small minority of law breakers to spoil Christchurch Park – that’s the message from Ipswich council chiefs as concerns grow about a spike in drug-taking.

Rail campaigners in Suffolk and Essex have lent their support to a petition launched by consumer group Which? pledging to “end our train hell”.

Community leaders, parents and a Suffolk MP have said they are prepared to fight to save a village primary school from closure.

One of Ipswich’s biggest supermarkets recently stopped opening 24 hours a day.

A lorry driver died in a crash between two HGVs on the eastbound A14 yesterday, police have confirmed.

A prolific burglar who admitted raiding nine homes in Suffolk and four more in Essex has been jailed.

Police in Suffolk are appealing for help in finding a man who is wanted on suspicion of burglary and assault.

Suffolk is playing host to its second royal visitor in a matter of weeks - Kensington Palace has announced Prince Harry will be coming to Ipswich and RAF Honington next Thursday.

A group of travellers who pitched up in an Ipswich car park on Sunday afternoon have left of their own accord.

Paramedics, police and an air ambulance crew were called to the scene of a crash in Norwich Road this afternoon.

Drivers are being warned that they may face long delays on the A14 today due to a crash and emergency surface repairs.

Nearly 2,000 people across Suffolk and Essex have had their lives saved by organ donation, latest figures reveal.

A Suffolk mother has spoken out after spotting a couple having sex in Ipswich town centre on Saturday afternoon.

A Red Devils parachute performance, vintage dancing and live music are just some of the activities taking place this weekend to mark 100 years since Martlesham Heath airfield opened.

Delicious smells and splashes of colour greeted visitors to the 2017 Indian Summer Mela in Ipswich today.

Dozens of youngsters dressed as their favourite fairytale characters flocked to the streets of Stowmarket this weekend for the town’s annual carnival.

A former Ipswich Town boss and a Suffolk MP have cut the ribbon to unveil a new pavilion for a football club in Felixstowe.

Organisers of the newly opened death café in Ipswich have paid tribute to the founder of the movement.

A motorcyclist has died following a crash on the A12 between Ipswich and Martlesham last night.

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