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Bafta-winning actor and comedian Richard Ayoade is returning to the small screen this June as he prepares to present popular Channel 4 show The Crystal Maze.
A 91-year-old man from Suffolk is gearing up to take an 120ft charity plunge down Ipswich Hospital’s maternity block – a challenge he hopes to complete in his Spiderman suit.
A team of Suffolk workers are running a treadmillathon this week to support a five-year-old girl from Ipswich through her battle with cancer.
A registered nurse at Ipswich Hospital acted dishonestly and put patients at risk of harm by taking meant for patients, a panel has found.
Hadleigh’s chamber of commerce has asked residents in the small Suffolk town to share their views on Sunday trading.
A young Ipswich teacher has launched the first mental health group of its kind in Suffolk - which she believes could be a lifeline for people suffering with anxiety and depression alone.
People in Suffolk are being asked to pick up the pace against Parkinson’s this year by taking part in a charity walk around Glemham Hall.
Suffolk Libraries have launched a bumper programme of events to entertain children across the county during half term.
Designs for the University of Suffolk graduation gowns have been unveiled.
The success of a Suffolk community recycling centre has been recognised at a national awards ceremony.
The devastated mother of a teenage girl killed in a crash on the A47 in Suffolk has paid tribute to her daughter, who she has described as being “beautiful inside and out”.
Members of an Ipswich baby bereavement group have said they are overwhelmed by support given to them after their memorial tree was vandalised in Holywells Park.
Bank Holiday revellers in Suffolk and north Essex will bask in temperatures far warmer than the average for May this weekend, forecasters believe.
A group of three dead whales were spotted off the coast of Suffolk this weekend – and teams are today inspecting the largest of them to plan its removal.
Rush hour commuters may experience delays on the A12 in north Essex this morning following a crash.
A care home hairdresser is hanging up her scissors to retire after almost five decades in the job.
A blaze which sparked in a garage joined to a house in Stowmarket may have been caused by an electrical appliance catching fire, chiefs have said.
Anniversary celebrations at an Ipswich care home had an American theme as staff and residents dressed up in cowboy hats for a special hoedown party.
Weather forecasters are predicting heavy rain will last for most of the day in parts of Suffolk and north Essex – prompting safety warnings for drivers.
A car hit a tree in Kirton Road, Trimley St Martin this morning – but police have now re-opened the road.
A 13-year-old boy who was arrested over reports pieces of wood were being thrown onto the A14 close to the Copdock Interchange in March has been charged.
Railway workers across Greater Anglia’s network have been training as dementia friends.
A man who became trapped after his car came off the road and into a field close to the A1071 near Hadleigh has been taken to hospital.
Charities chosen by the family of a grandmother-of-three who died in January are to benefit from a record breaking £11,000 raised at this year’s Woodbridge 10k road race.
Thrill seekers will have an hour to escape a locked room when the first ever Ipswich Escape Room opens later this year.
A Suffolk footballer left for dead by a hit and run driver is pushing himself to mental and physical limits by taking on his “biggest challenge yet” – an 150-mile bike ride.
A 98-year-old from Ipswich could break records when she collects her honorary degree from a top London university.
The Magic Was There for one nursing home resident who got to meet pop star Daniel O’Donnell after finding herself unable to attend his Ipswich concert.
Eccentric Suffolk magician Matt Edwards impressed Britain’s Got Talent judges tonight with a wacky routine that sent him sailing into the semi-final.
True gentleman Kenny Barker was a “Cornhill legend” who brightened up people’s lives by chatting to them as he sold newspapers, the 89-year-old’s great niece has said.