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Fewer people are visiting some of Suffolk’s libraries than they were four years ago according to new data.

One of the biggest successes for Felixstowe Academy on results day was the news that a pupil from the school would be going to the University of Oxford.

An Ipswich family have been left devastated after a drug which could improve their son’s quality of life was not recommended for the NHS by a drugs watchdog.

New figures suggest that fewer people are using Suffolk’s Libraries than four years ago. Do you visit your local library?

Convenience store customers were urged to have cash ready as customers experienced problems paying using chip and pin machines.

Paul Hurst’s disappointment, a sleepover at Framlingham Castle and Rod Stewart selling off his antiques- here we bring you five must-read stories for this morning.

Two men who threatened a Stowmarket teenager and his family over a £3,000 drug debt have been jailed.

Santa took time out of his busy yearly schedule to spread a serious message on his visit to the seaside town yesterday.

Melton Parish Council is coming home after it agreed to spend £425,000 on a new base in the village.

Suffolk police say that a dog that was hit by a car on the A14 between Copdock and Wherstead on Wednesday is still being treated by vets following the crash.

British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for new information about the incident at the Thorpe Lane level crossing in June.

Some services between the two stations will be cancelled until midday according to Greater Anglia.

Last month East Anglia saw 43% more sunshine than we would in an average July and just half the average rainfall we would normal expect.

This month Katy Sandalls looks at the huge changes facing both the national game and our teams in Suffolk – including a new boss for Ipswich Town Ladies.

A 14-year-old girl from Ipswich has taken the plunge and had all her hair cut off for charity.

The future of an iconic Suffolk building will now be decided in court.

With plans for a new eatery in the town having been accepted we asked you what sort of restaurant you wanted for the town.

Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the sights and sounds of Felixstowe Carnival – despite suffering a washout on the third day.

Travelling across Suffolk and North Essex this week? Then read where to avoid between Monday July 30 and Sunday August 5.

His dying wish was that he would be able to donate his organs to help save the lives of others.

A Suffolk soldier has been praised for his work in saving the life of a stabbing victim in Ipswich.

With temperatures set to rise again in the next few days advice has been issued on how you can stay well during the warm weather.

Forecasters believe that rain could be heading our way this afternoon.

Concerns have been raised by members of the public about the welfare of baby fish which were found living in a spillway in Alton Water.

A new restaurant has been approved for Woodbridge this week, but what would you like to see in the town?

Callum Plaats, of no fixed abode, was arrested yesterday and has been charged with murder.

A community leader has spoken of his relief at how a controversial vision for 300 new homes has been rejected.

Independent shop owners in ipswich are asking shoppers to support them or risk losing them from the high street.

Extreme heat has contributed to delays in the re-opening of the leisure pool at Ipswich’s Crown Pools.

A loose horse has been found and rescued by fire crews in Bramford this evening.

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