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A driver who saw his family have a near miss with a car travelling the wrong way down the A14 says it was the ‘single worst moment’ of his life.
An 82-year-old motorist has been charged with drink-driving and failing to stop after a pedestrian was left with serious injuries.
A businessman has been spared prison after admitting filming up women’s skirts in supermarkets and making indecent images of children.
Seven “very serious” medical errors were made at Suffolk and Essex health trusts within six months this year, sparking calls for action by a watchdog.
A drink-driver was found in a hedge by a police dog after abandoning his company car following a collision with a house, a court heard.
Ipswich park and ride is set to be saved in its present form after months of debate – but users are facing a 20% hike in fares.
Through trains from Ipswich and Norwich to Oxford and possibly Swindon or even Bristol could be running within 15 years under a new rail model being flagged up by the government today.
One in seven adults in Suffolk has a common mental disorder such as depression or anxiety, according to a new report.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has unveiled plans this morning to strip Network Rail of complete control of maintaining the country’s railway tracks – with private train operators set to take responsibility of some areas.
Ipswich Hospital has become one of just five trusts from across the country to take part in a new pilot designed to improve cancer care by speeding up diagnosis.