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Gallery: The week in pictures

PUBLISHED: 17:06 16 November 2012

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

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PUDSEY fever has this week swept Ipswich and Felixstowe, with charity supporters doing their bit for Children in Need.

Meanwhile, candidates vied for your vote in the police and crime commissioner elections - eventually won by Tory candidate Tim Passmore.

There was excitement as Ipswich Town travelled to Walsham le Willows for the Suffolk Premier Cup, securing another win for new boy Mick McCarthy.

There was sadness in Ipswich as Christopher Thompson was found dead in Chantry Park.

And there was traffic chaos in Norwich Road after a chemical spill outside a dry cleaners.

iwitnesses have continued to send in their photos of glorious Suffolk, stunning sunsets and animals in action.

Send us your photos to suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk

I was proud to be the first woman ever to be elected as an MP for a Suffolk constituency in 2010, writes Dr Therese Coffey.

Award-winning crime author Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk libraries next month as part of a tour promoting her latest book.

The family of a missing Suffolk woman have “serious concerns” about her safety, police have said.

A formation of Lynx helicopters made a stop at Wattisham Flying Station today to mark the end of the aircraft’s distinguished 40-year career with the British Army.

A man and a teenager from Stowmarket have been charged with robbery along with a series of other offences.

Ipswich Town Hall is preparing for its 150th birthday with a major celebration at the end of the month.

A paranoid schizophrenic has been sectioned following a drug-induced episode involving an imitation machine gun last year.

A former solicitor who left the scene of a crash she caused while more than four times the drink-driving limit has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Organisations in a Suffolk town are teaming up to tidy litter from their streets and help preserve the environment.

Window Museum displays at Albion Wharf reflects the importance of the Ipswich barge fleet in days gone by

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