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Concert goers in Ipswich were forced to climb over a wall to leave a tribute festival after the gates were locked because the music had run past curfew.
A company working on the multi-million pound restoration of Felixstowe’s nationally-acclaimed seafront gardens was paid £350,000 of taxpayers’ money to terminate the contract, it has been revealed.
“Just remember this is beating cancer”, declared an announcer, as a sea of women in pink prepared to take on a grubby race in Ipswich for charity.
More than 3,000 incidents of vehicle crime were recorded by Suffolk Constabulary in 2016, according to new figures.
An anti-fraud team for three Suffolk authorities has stopped more than £4.3million of public money being lost to fraud in the last 12 months, latest figures have shown.
Children who live with mental health issues will receive better support at Suffolk’s secondary schools after staff were some of the first in the country to receive new training.
Older and vulnerable people are today having to contemplate paying for emergency alarms to remain connected – or put up with the lifeline being cut.
Families attending a much-hyped Suffolk pop concert have described how young fans’ excitement turned to tears as drunken crowds reportedly became violent amid “scenes from hell”.
A regional supermarket chain is celebrating a bumper year for its annual local foods drive.
Young people living in rural Suffolk are at risk of feeling “locked in” and disconnected from education and employment opportunities, new research has found.
The cult game show was the top UK trend on Twitter on Friday night after getting its official revival. What did you make of the return?
Suffolk suppliers of insulation used in the £8.6million refurbishment of Grenfell Tower say it will no longer be supplied for cladding on high-rise buildings.
Residents in Stowmarket got the opportunity to try two adapted sports at a special event last week, while raising money for the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
A man who returned to his home in Stowmarket last night was pinned to the ground by robbers using cable ties before cash and jewellery were stolen.
A man chased by police through Ipswich was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg after he collided with an unmarked police car.
Police are urging those laying tributes at the site in Hadleigh where a Boxford teenager was killed to be careful after safety concerns were raised.
Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses following suspected arson incident in Kelly Road, Ipswich, on Tuesday June 20.
A young family-of-five who moved to Portugal from Suffolk almost a decade ago have been left homeless after the country’s deadliest natural disaster in decades.
People living in a quiet Suffolk street have spoken of their shock and horror at learning of a neighbour’s brutal robbery in his own home.
What a phenomenal concert. From the performance, the outfits and the atmosphere, Little Mix at Newmarket Nights on Friday, June 23, were fantastic.
Seven intrepid Suffolk schoolchildren are taking on an epic climbing challenge this weekend to raise money to support teenagers battling cancer.
Budding bakers from Ipswich High School for Girls and Holbrook Academy battled to be named the Peninsula Bake Off Champion at Suffolk Food Hall on Wednesday.
Two people were taken to hospital after a accident in a Felixstowe car park which ended with a car in a hedge.
Two men, aged in their 30s and 70s, have been robbed in the street in Ipswich within the last week. Police are exploring the possibility the incidents may be linked.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a 20-year-old wanted man from Stowmarket, with the warning he should not be approached.
A former supervisor of Ipswich Market who stole nearly £34,000 given to him by stall holders for renting their pitches has walked free from court after a judge decided not to send him to prison.
The future of the Upper Orwell Crossing has rapidly become the first major flashpoint of the new political dynamic in Ipswich since the election of Sandy Martin as MP two weeks ago.
It feels as if the world has been rather stood on its head over the last seven days, following the indecisive result in the 2017 General Election, writes Paul Geater.
Just 48 hours ago he was one of the most powerful men in the British government. Now Ben Gummer’s parliamentary career has come to an abrupt end – whether temporarily or permanently. Why did he lose?
I do like the drama you get on general election nights, so I’ve been looking forward to tonight’s results for the last few weeks.
This week we have seen a flurry of television debates among the main parties as we approached the last seven days of the general election campaign.
When Lord Stuart Rose described the Cornhill as “depressing” at the Beacon Town conference nearly five years ago there was a sharp intake of breath in the Corn Exchange – but deep down almost all of us there knew he was right.
After last week’s horrendous events in Manchester, the election campaign is now back at the top of the news agenda – but it would be naive to believe that the bombing is not going to affect anything.
The events of the last few days have shocked the nation and made all of us realise that however important politics are, events can be so terrible that “normal life” pales into insignificance.