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Gallery: The best of 2012 - more photos

PUBLISHED: 17:27 31 December 2012

Stennett Equestrian centre, Felixstowe

Heather Stennett


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AS we near the end of the year, we are bringing you our top pictures taken over the last 12 months.

Whether it’s the Duchess of Cambridge visiting the EACH Treehouse Hospice, Paralympic powerlifter Zoe Newson enjoying her homecoming at East Bergholt or rising star and Suffolk soprano Laura Wright performing at the Chelsea Flower Show, our snappers have seen it all.

Here are just a few of the hundreds of stunning images from 2012 – and there are sure to be many more over the coming 12 months.

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Nearly 200 drivers were caught using their mobile phones in Suffolk in the wake of a major crackdown.

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.

Firefighters from Ipswich had to use the service’s turntable ladder to rescue a man who was discovered in a life-threatening condition by paramedics on Sunday night

Ipswich Pulse Festival, which brings innovative art productions to the town, is to be sponsored by Felixstowe-based Harrison C White Group for the next two years.

Students from Ipswich’s sixth form college are bringing a touch of the West End to break their summer term exam season.

Hundreds of displays of flowers will be adding colour to the Suffolk Show this week – but few will have started life quite like the offering from Katie’s Gardens plant centre.

A former Hollesley Bay prisoner has been given a conditional discharge and must pay £20 to the victims’ fund after being found in possession of a mobile phone in his cell.

The glorious sunshine over most of the Bank Holiday weekend brought out the crowds to Brightlingsea Regatta for one of the traditional highlights of the Essex summer season.

Youngsters from Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave are preparing for their big Bank Holiday Monday match at Wembley.

There were explosions of colour in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park as around 400 people donned their running shoes and volunteered to have powder paint thrown at them – all in a good cause.

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