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17 minutes ago
The site build for this year’'s Suffolk Show is well under way

Suffolk Show organisers are hoping for another record turnout this year, as they reach the final stages of preparations for the much-anticipated annual event.

Weapons discovered in Jubilee Park.

Knives and a hammer were found in an Ipswich park by police officers who are working to tackle drug dealing in one of the town’s most deprived areas.

Ipswich Town have signed up for the 'Pigs Gone Wild' event. Lee Hyde (left), Neil Hawes and Rosie Richardson are pictured with the pig.

With a bolt through his neck, a ripped black suit and a green tinge to his skin, Frankenswine looks just like the fictional character that inspired his design.

47 minutes ago
Watch the new equestrian challenge

There are just days to go until the gates open for the 2016 Suffolk Show, and with an action packed programme set to please visitors, organisers have shared their top 10 new things to enjoy at this year’s show:

47 minutes ago
A road/rail vehicle used to install new overhead wires at Shenfield in Essex.

If it’s a bank holiday, Network Rail must be closing the main line to London again!

52 minutes ago

A drink-driver caught after leaving a Felixstowe pub has been banned from the road.

53 minutes ago

It was once a familiar sight over Suffolk – but the A-10 Thunderbolt II has been seldom seen since the twin bases of Bentwaters and Woodbridge closed in 1993.

08:00

Sextortion’ reports to Suffolk police nearly trebled last year, according to the constabulary’s figures.

A double murderer who killed two people in less than three months hopes to appeal his jail sentence on the grounds it is “excessive.”

06:37

Frustrated rail passengers in Suffolk and Essex have signed a petition urging rail operators to reduce fairs involving bus replacement services.

17:00

The impact of microgravity and radiation on the growing of seedlings is being investigated in an experiment which has seen pupils at Bealings Primary School turn to scientists.

06:00

An Ipswich tenant smashed every window of an alleged drug-dealer’s car because he believed police had failed to take action.

Some of the best female cyclists in the world visited Suffolk yesterday as preparations for next month’s Aviva Women’s Tour.

Schools in Suffolk have been getting involved in a project to promote reuse and upcycling – using their wellies.

12:00

More than £1,000 was raised by AXA staff and their families when they embarked on a six-mile walk around Felixstowe on Sunday.

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