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Proposals to demolish a former animal welfare centre and replace it with new homes have generated opposition from worried neighbours.

What are the places you love along the county’s coastal strip, the iconic landmarks and features you would include.

A Suffolk MP has given up something slightly different for Lent this year – and has joined a group of Conservative MPs in Parliament giving up single use plastics.

The electricity provider has given the club a £250 grant as part of its Team Sport Award programme and it will be used to buy illuminated cones for road routes during the dark winter months.

A much-loved free music event is returning to a Suffolk resort this summer after a two-year absence – and organisers hope it will raise a big sum for charity.

A man who evaded nearly £300,000 in tax importing a shipping container loaded with shisha tobacco through the Port of Felixstowe has been given a suspended sentence.

The team behind an arts project at an east Suffolk railway station this week devastated by a huge fire has pledged to work with Greater Anglia to see if the building can be restored.

Two “heavy handed” debt collectors from Suffolk who have admitted demanding money with menaces have been warned they could be jailed when they are sentenced next month.

Open to all, the new Sporting Memories groups – which will take place weekly at six libaries across the county – will also welcome people living with dementia, depression and loneliness by bringing people together to talk about their memories of sport.

Options are being considered to provide help for town centre businesses that have seen trade drop in Woodbridge since a major road closure was put in place.

More than 35 community groups, projects and businesses have been shortlisted for prestigious awards to celebrate success of activities in Suffolk Coastal.

People of all ages stood solemn and silent as the names of 41 adults and children who lost their lives when floodwaters swept through a Suffolk seaside resort were read out.

It is 65 years ago today, January 31, that Richard Lord sat shivering and sleepy, sandwiched between his parents, on the roof of his home as floodwaters swept it from its foundations.

People in Felixstowe will next month have a chance to say what leisure provision they would like to see at the resort following the announcement of a multi-million pound project to revamp facilities.

Campaigners fighting proposals for a new nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast claim drone footage of Hinkley Point shows what a “massive, life-changing, countryside-destroying intrusion” Sizewell C would be.

New chalet sites are to be created in Felixstowe for the first time in more than a decade as part of proposals to give more people the “beach hut experience”.

EDF Energy officials said the Suffolk nuclear twin reactor power plant could cost 20% less than anticipated, and the project could inject up to £200 million a year into the county’s economy.

Community leaders will tomorrow decide whether or not to order changes to be made to a property which was not built in line with the approved plans.

A father-of-three suffering severe walking problems has spoken of his gratitude to surgeons at Ipswich Hospital after becoming the first patient in the east of England to receive a pioneering knee operation.

Were you among the people who had a swim when the Felixstowe Leisure Centre oepned in 1985?

After years of fierce debate, protests and high court battles, proposals for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park at Martlesham Heath are set to get the go-ahead next week.

An unpleasant pong is plaguing people in a Suffolk seaside town – and could be caused by householders who are not even at home.

A new £100,000 fitness suite at St Joseph’s College, Ipswich, has revolutionised the way in which the school aims to develop student athletes.

A Bishop joined more than 80 worshippers reliving an ancient countryside tradition, marking the beginning of the year as farmers and agricultural workers return to work in Suffolk after the festivities.

Work will start in the coming months to drill under waterways, roads and rail lines in part of Suffolk to connect a £2.5billion offshore windfarm project to the national grid.

A Suffolk seaside town will this month remember 41 of its residents who died when a tidal surge swept through its streets, causing devastation.

Eight new jobs will be created with the opening of a new 24-hour fitness club at Felixstowe.

Motorists are breathing a sigh of relief after community leaders fought hard to avoid Felixstowe losing all of its free parking.

Young carollers from Woodbridge Primary School sang classic carols – including Silent Night and Away in a Manger – to entertain Christmas shoppers.

Generous students at a Suffolk high school have been imaginative in the art of giving.

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