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Police searching for missing Kesgrave man Paul Moore, who has not been seen for almost three weeks, have made an arrest.

Shocking CCTV footage has been released showing a drunk man narrowly miss being hit by a train in Essex.

A pedestrian crossing fault at the A12 Martlesham Park & Ride roundabout could be to blame for reports of “standstill” traffic in the Martlesham and Kesgrave areas this morning.

Alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love has said he may help British investigators prepare charges against him to prevent the case remaining open against him indefinitely.

Calls are being made for a register of stalking and harassment offenders after an Ipswich man was jailed for breaching an order banning him from contacting his former partner.

The driver of a BMW is in hospital tonight with serious injuries after a crash near Southwold which police are investigating.

Emergency services were called to a crash involving a car and a cyclist in Ipswich this afternoon.

A woman is in hospital with suspected serious injuries after a collision at a petrol station in Haverhill.

At least 17 people have been killed after a 19-year-old gunman opened fire at a Florida high school in the United States.

A Suffolk dog owner has denied threatening and trying to bribe a man who was bitten by his dog in a bid to get him to drop the charges against him.

An Ipswich woman in her 70s was allegedly conned out of more than £40,000 in a confidence fraud, a court heard.

A planning application has been lodged for a new restaurant or cafe in Tacket Street, Ipswich.

“Will the ballet shoe fit?” was the question on Friday, as The Russian State Ballet of Siberia returned, for their second night at the Ipswich Regent.

The A14 is reported to be “disintegrating” in west Suffolk, with large lumps of tarmac strewn across the road surface, causing hazardous driving conditions.

A suspect accused of swallowing a drugs stash has spent more than three weeks in custody as police wait for him to go to the toilet.

A flight from Norwich to Edinburgh has been diverted to Stansted Airport in Essex due to technical issues.

A Suffolk man accused of cyber-hacking US agencies will find out next week if his appeal to avoid extradition is successful.

One lane of the A11 is closed in both directions between Thetford and Larling following a lorry crashing into the central reservation in Norfolk.

Highways England has been ordered to reduce the time taken to plan and communicate measures to reduce disruption caused by Orwell Bridge closures.

Tradesmen in Suffolk and Essex have been warned to start taking their tools off their vans at night following a spate of break-ins.

Last week I promised to look at Elliston House, the former Elm Street Clinic, and explore why it is so named.

Updated: Orwell Bridge reopens after high winds ease

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

The Orwell Bridge reopened on Wednesday afternoon after being closed for four hours because of high winds.

A world-renowned female harpist has denied sexually abusing a schoolboy and told a trial that he sexually assaulted her while she was in the shower.

Nadhim Zahawi, minister in the Department for Education says the Ipswich Opportunity Area plan will give young people in the town to be the best version of themselves.

“And now on the line we have MEP Alex Mayer and John Rogers ... good morning, gentlemen,” – this happens quite frequently when I do radio interviews, writes East of England MEP Alex Mayer.

A century ago, in December 1917, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, one of the most famous residents of Aldeburgh, died, writes Dr Lucy Harvard.

After nine months of, for no particular reason, referring to our unborn first child as “he” (“how’s he doing in there?” etc), it came to me to make the big reveal to my wife in the moments immediately after the birth, writes Elliot Furniss, from Ipswich.

Body positivity is a term that is bandied about a lot at the moment and that can make it sound flippant, unimportant and self indulgent, writes Kate Dickinson.

My experiences of being a woman with autism in Suffolk can be very exhausting, but I can say that I finally understand why I have always been different, writes Gemma Grace.

I was proud to be the first woman ever to be elected as an MP for a Suffolk constituency in 2010, writes Dr Therese Coffey.

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