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Weather: Last of the summer sun set to be replaced by breezier autumnal weather – but not until next week

Now is the time to make the best of the lingering summery weather – because next week it may all be gone.

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Regan Wood, 9, was responsible for raising the alarm when his grandmother Carol Hunting suffered a diabetic coma in the early hours of Sunday morning. Pictured with mum Hayley Wood

Ipswich: Quick thinking Regan, 9, raises alarm to save nan from coma

A quick-thinking nine-year-old from Ipswich who saved his nan’s life by raising the alarm when she fell into a diabetic coma has been described as a “little diamond” by his grateful grandmother.

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Cyclist hurt in collision with car

Ipswich: Cyclist’s arm broken in town centre crash

A cyclist suffered a broken arm following a collision with a car on a town centre roundabout.

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Residents ask questions at an earlier public meeting called to discuss the council homes plan in Great Blakenham

Great Blakenham: Tensions in village grow over council homes plan with new meeting to be held later

It is early days for proposals to build new council homes in a village but already tensions are running high.

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Better Broadband for Suffolk reaches 50,000 properties. L-R: Cllr Mark Bee (Suffolk County Council), Tim Whitley (BT), Peter Butler (Openreach), Chris Bally (Suffolk County Council), Peter Ingram (Suffolk County Council), Mark Spells (Openreach), Caroline Goldsworthy (BT), Meral Bence (Openreach).

Suffolk: More than 50,000 homes now have access to superfast broadband as campaign hits landmark halfway stage

The drive to improve internet access to businesses and communities across Suffolk has reached the halfway stage – with more than 50,000 properties connected six weeks ahead of schedule.

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Ipswich: Tatt’s Strife - Tattooists Texola Von Diablo and Grant Martin fined over regulation breaches

Two Ipswich tattooists have been fined more than £1,000 between them for two offences which include running an unregistered premises in the town.

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The TV crews arrive at Clacton Pier - but did they find many local people who gave their views on immigration?

Immigrants are good for the country – even in Clacton!

When Douglas Carswell shocked the political world and jumped from the Tories to UKIP last week I headed off to Clacton to try to speak to some of his constituents about his defection.

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By rights they should have been in bed hours ago, but here they are, shaking their tiny hips to Lily Allen. They’ve already danced through pretty much everything the Obelisk stage could throw at them – from Billy Bragg to Kelis and have been utterly entranced by some of the UK’s most exciting performance poets and writers.

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