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Ipswich April Fools’ day drink-driver caught drunk behind the wheel for second time in 24 hours

An April Fools’ day drink-driver is facing a possible jail term after being arrested for drink-driving twice in 24 hours.

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Suffolk's former Chief Constable, Simon Ash launching the Bin a Blade amnesty in December 2010.

Machetes, samurai swords and crossbows seized from Suffolk streets, figures reveal

Police chiefs last night insisted Suffolk is a safe place to live despite new figures revealing officers have seized more than 500 weapons being carried in public in the last four years.

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Could trains run around the clock?

Rail users call for 24-hour trains from London to Ipswich and Colchester

A rail users group has called for an hourly service around the clock on the main line from London to Ipswich as part of the franchise to be awarded for East Anglia’s rail services next year.

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Exhibition showing plans for 550 homes, shops, care and community facilities to be built on countryside on the edge of Felixstowe.

Website problems hinder consultation on proposals for 560 new homes at Felixstowe

Problems with a council’s website have generated calls for an extension to the consultation period for the biggest housing development proposed in Felixstowe for 20 years.

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The land on Church Lane, Claydon.

Application for travellers’ site in Claydon refused

Proposals for a travellers’ site to the edge of a Suffolk village have been refused by the planning authority.

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