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PUBLISHED: 13:25 20 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:35 11 May 2018

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There is under a month to go until Suffolk Day 2018 and people are being encouraged to get involved to celebrate everything which is great about the county.

Possible plans to arm rural officers look unlikely to be applied any time soon to forces in East Anglia.

An ambulance chief has defended his service after an independent inquiry revealed ambulance delays were not to blame for the deaths of any patients across East Anglia.

A spokesperson for Suffolk police said that they were called to the man, who was trapped in Landseer Park at 7.50am yesterday morning.

A major roadworks scheme which is set to cause chaos on a key route in Ipswich for up to six months saw dozens of people turn out for a meeting on the matter.

With the Suffolk Show only eight days away we have put together a guide of everything you need to know about the two-day event.

From a children’s festival to gruesome goings-on at a castle, wildlife trails and even a superhero training day, there are lots of open-air activities to enjoy over half-term week - not forgetting the Suffolk Show!

Throwback Thursday returns for another week, this time remembering May 1999.

Tributes have been paid to a leading Essex historian who was instrumental in the discovery of Richard III’s remains.

Writer Richard Curtis had concerns that calling his new film “Suffolk Lad” may have brought some pronunciation issues, but as reporter MICHAEL STEWARD found out there is a Suffolk and Norfolk on both sides of the pond.

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