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A baby born with a rare disease that causes such severe muscle weakness that even breathing, eating and swallowing become difficult for her has received support from a Suffolk charity.

Owners of Felixstowe pier have announced that the new building will open to the public this month.

One of Suffolk’s rarest breeding birds, the Sandwich tern, has bred successfully this year at the RSPB’s Minsmere nature reserve for the first time in almost 40 years.

It’s time to raid the attic, dust off the family silver, and bring out those much-loved or overlooked treasures as the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow is rolling into Suffolk.

Roo, Billy, Doris, Rosie, Stanley, Arthur, Pippa, Molly and Gladys were born to mother Snowy at the Blue Cross rehoming centre in Wherstead.

Family of a seven-year-old Ipswich boy, who died after equipment monitoring his breathing was turned off for almost three hours at a private London hospital, are preparing to take legal action.

People are being urged to cast their vote to make a Felixstowe “seaside shally” which helps raise thousands of pounds for charity the nation’s Beach Hut of the Year.

Flag-waving crowds are expected to launch Felixstowe’s biggest event of the year – with the resort’s carnival kicking off with a traditional British celebration.

Neighbours ran to help rescue residents of a retirement home after a bolt of lightning struck the building and caused a fire in a flat in Felixstowe.

People in Suffolk have chosen their favourite canines – with the ten top dogs set to take part in a special parade to mark the tenth anniversary of one of the county’s most popular events.

A working party is to be formed to look at ways to further boost tourism in Felixstowe.

A group of people will brave the chill of a November night to highlight homelessness and raise money for a good cause.

The group, Essex and Suffolk’s largest, modern, community choir, took to the stage at St Peter’s by the Waterfront in Ipswich – and raised £1,000 for the local arts and heritage centre.

Five special performances of a new work focussing on the story of one of England’s most exciting archaeological discoveries sold out – with hundreds of people enjoying a fresh look at the tale of Sutton Hoo.

Dozens of objections have poured on to planners’ desks just days after consultation started on multi-million pound proposals for a new riverside housing project.

More than 60 motorists were caught during a day of action at places where residents had expressed concern on the Colneis peninsula.

Work is underway to give the greatly used public shelters along Felixstowe’s seafront a much-needed facelift.

Offers of help and support have been pouring in to help a Suffolk charity targeted by thieves – and the service is determined to be back on the road next week.

Proposals for a 300-acre port business park on farmland in the heart of the Felixstowe peninsula will be progressed – despite nearly 200 villagers voicing strong objections.

Festival-goers are being urged to think about their safety and security of their possessions as they attend the festival at Henham Park this week.

New research suggesting that the area around Sizewell could be successfully evacuated in two-and-a-half hours if there was a meltdown at the nuclear power station has been labelled “ridiculous” by critics.

Proposals have been drawn up for 300 properties – and community leaders believe the project could help fund improvements needed by the community.

Details of a multi-million pound project to create contemporary riverside “villas in a park” opposite one of Britain’s most important ancient heritage sites have been revealed.

Community leaders and developers are expected to negotiate over a new home for Woodbridge’s much-loved ‘Drummer Boy’ after a site for the statue was omitted from a prestigious new project.

Six families affected by the catastrophic Grenfell Tower fire are set to have a free holiday in Felixstowe during the coming school break.

Details of a multi-million pound project to create contemporary riverside “villas in a park” opposite one of Britain’s most important ancient heritage sites have been revealed.

Highways officials have submitted a bid for funding for £5.36million improvements to the A140 near Eye Airfield to cut congestion and make the road safer.

Shipspotters keeping an eagle eye on vessels visiting Britain’s top boxport have an unexpected treat today – with the world’s biggest container ship making a quick return.

Organisers were delighted as several talks sold out at the event, now firmly established in the resort’s calendar of events.

A Suffolk contemporary artist is to have her work displayed alongside the art scene elite at a prestigious exhibition.

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