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After a year-long trial, no incidents or accidents, and the public in favour – cycling on Felixstowe’s promenade is set to be made permanent.

Alternative sites for an accommodation complex for 2,400 power station construction workers will be examined in detail – and have not been ruled out at this stage.

Crowds packed the newly-extended and refurbished play area on the Recreation Ground in Stowmarket to celebrate its official opening.

A top Suffolk hotel where Queen Elizabeth I once held court and which has hosted guests in modern times such as Enid Blyton, Margaret Thatcher and Ed Sheeran, has been sold to new owners in a deal worth around £4.1million.

Proposals to create a “super council” in east Suffolk have been given the seal of approval by Government.

Consultation is to take place over major car parking changes needed in east Suffolk to raise extra cash to pay for the cost of taking over yellow lines enforcement from the police.

Drivers are facing weeks of overnight closures on the A14 and Orwell Bridge to allow vital repairs and resurfacing work to take place.

Suffolk’s nuclear power station has been taken off-grid for the first time in 16 months to allow a £60million maintenance project to take place.

Calls have been made for a public meeting to be held to discuss proposals for a new quarry at Belstead – with suggestions that more suitable sites could be available.

Campaigners have invited EDF Energy’s new boss to meet them and see first-hand the area which will be affected by Sizewell C, should the twin reactor nuclear power station be built

Photographers are being invited to send in their images which capture the spirit of the seaside – with the winning picture set to be featured on a mayor’s Christmas card.

Proposals to allow dogs back onto the main stretch of Felixstowe’s holiday beach appear unlikely to be given the go-ahead until further public consultation has been held.

Residents in Belstead are being asked their views on proposals which could see a new quarry opened up to provide much-needed material for the construction industry.

A Suffolk-based charity has broken the world record for the longest fashion show – raising £24,000 for its work in the process.

A much-loved statue could be back on public view soon after an application was submitted for a new display site.

Three nationally-acclaimed poets will be taking to the stage at the Seckford Theatre in Woodbridge to inspire the next generation of Suffolk’s young writers.

Macmillan Cancer Support is sending its ‘Dougie’ bus to Notcutts garden centre in Woodbridge to offer free, specialist information for people affected by cancer, as well as those who are worried about their risk and symptoms.

Organisers of Felixstowe’s annual fireworks spectacular are presenting live music on stage as part of this year’s 10th anniversary event.

An innovative nursing scheme helping people cope with a wide range of health care problems has been hailed as a trailblazing example for other communities in the county to follow.

The East Suffolk Partnership’s fifth annual forum at the Trinity Park Conference Centre on November 10 is fully booked to consider the theme “Unlocking the potential of growth in east Suffolk”.

Two new computers have been installed at Felixstowe Citizens’ Advice bureau to make it easier for the public to apply for Universal Credit.

Fewer homes may be needed to help raise a substantial part of a £12million appeal to protect a vulnerable and beautiful area from flooding – and several sites are already under consideration.

New barriers are to be put in place to stop people who are not customers parking at Notcutts garden centre in Woodbridge.

One of Suffolk’s most senior clergy has said farewell to the county after seven years to pursue new paths in the church.

A £12million appeal is being launched today to protect one of Suffolk’s most beautiful but vulnerable areas from flooding.

Opponents will today have the opportunity to put their objections directly to community leaders as they meet to decide whether the so-called “giant cheese wedge” homes at Woodbridge should go ahead.

Work is set to start on the controversial construction of 197 new homes on farmland on the edge of Old Felixstowe after a £12.5million deal was concluded to finance the project.

His was the best-known voice in Felixstowe – and it was heard all over the world.

One of Felixstowe’s best-known seafront sites is set for a multi-million pound regeneration.

Hundreds of people were this morning getting on their bikes and setting off on rides of up to 100 miles as part of an annual mass cycling participation event.

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