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Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has renewed her calls for academy provider AET to withdraw from Felixstowe Academy “for the benefit of pupils”.

The body of a dog is being recovered from the A12 near Capel St Mary this morning after it ended up on the road.

The first of the University of Suffolk’s 2018 graduation ceremonies took place yesterday with former secretary to Sir Bobby Robson, Patricia Godbold among those being honoured.

Therese Coffey, the MP for Suffolk Coastal, has lended her support to Woodbridge’s Great British High Street Awards bid.

East Anglia’s weather will have a distinctly cloudy feel this morning as a band of cloud and rain passes across the region.

A pub in Woodbridge which lost its historic weighbridge six months ago is to be rebuilt.

A teenager was stabbed in the street in Felixstowe last night - the latest in a series of violent assaults in the county.

Plans to create a brand new youth and arts centre in Woodbridge have been boosted by £180k funding from Suffolk Coastal District Council.

A man was taken to hospital after a van he was travelling in was involved in a collision in Ipswich and later ended up on its side.

A woman has been left feeling shaken after three men approached her car and asked her for a lift during the early hours of Thursday morning.

Concerns have been raised about the possibility of new housing close to a village pub in east Suffolk.

A few weeks ago the FA put in its bid to host the women’s European Championships in 2021.

Woodbridge’s popular skatepark could be set for a makeover following the renovation of the Deben Leisure Centre.

A new project to help older people enjoy the sights and sounds of Woodbridge has been unveiled.

For nearly 50 years, through rain and shine, milkman Rex Quinton was responsible for leaving a daily pint on doorsteps in and around Ipswich.

Fans looking to get tickets to Ed Sheeran’s and Rod Stewart’s concerts next year have been warned they might not be getting the ticket they wanted if they purchase from a resale website.

Police have arrested a 21-year-old man in Ipswich for a number of drug offences after he was found with a flick knife, cash and class A and B drugs in his possession.

Drugs including more than a kilo of cocaine along with two hydraulic presses, about £10,000 in cash and four crossbows were seized during a police search.

A huge fire broke out in two piles of straw in field near Tattingstone overnight.

The amount of money spent per pupil in Suffolk and Essex has dropped dramatically in the past few years, according to analysis of figures from the Department for Education.

It’s a cold start to October for many this morning with temperatures struggling to make it above 7C.

A new project is beginning next month in Woodbridge to create a replica pirogue canoe.

Foodies from across the country gathered this weekend to enjoy the smells and tastes of the annual Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival.

Police warned of debris near Copdock this afternoon after a collision involving an HGV horse box and a car.

Passengers wishing to travel beyond Bury St Edmunds towards Ely are facing replacement bus services after a track defect closed the line between Kennett and Ely.

The second and final day of the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival begins this morning after kicking off with a host of special guests yesterday.

Fans have expressed their anger after it was revealed that tickets for Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran’s 2019 Ipswich dates were being sold for over 14 times their value on ticket re-selling sites.

Temperatures at Santon Downham, near Bury St Edmunds, dropped to -2C this morning: making it the coldest September night for 15 years.

Tickets to see Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran are being advertised on ticket re-selling platforms for up to £1,429 - more than 14 times their original selling price.

The renowned Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival begins in Snape Maltings today.

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