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The Christmas lights in Ipswich were switched on last night, November 16 - we asked people in the town what they thought of the switch-on.
Hundreds got into the Christmas spirit last night as Ipswich switched on its spectacular Christmas lights.
Fears the closure of a major Suffolk road would bring widespread disruption have been realised, according to a poll.
A Suffolk MP has been accused of failing to support her constituents over a controversial road closure.
A Remembrance Day service was marred by the discovery that thieves had stripped lead from the roof of a village church, causing inestimable damage.
Communities in east Suffolk have been urged to remain vigilant after lead thieves struck at two prominent buildings in recent weeks.
A controversial road closure in Melton that residents feared could disrupt ‘thousands of lives’ began at 6am today.
Housing developers have agreed to consider working around the clock to minimise disruption from a fiercely opposed road closure, which gets underway in east Suffolk on Monday.
Housing developers were last night accused of potentially ‘ruining lives and business’ with the planned four-month closure of a ‘major arterial road’.
Housing developers will host a four-hour ‘drop-in’ meeting to discuss the closure of a road in Melton today.
A public inquiry will decide if planning chiefs were right to scrap proposals for housing and a nursing home near Woodbridge.
A much-loved statue could be back on public view soon after an application was submitted for a new display site.
Parents using “free” childcare at some Suffolk providers feel they have to pay top-up fees because the funding from government and the county council is inadequate.
The driver of the car involved in an accident with a train on an unstaffed Suffolk level crossing on Sunday remains in a critical but stable condition in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
A pair of Suffolk athletes are set to test themselves against the best on earth at the legendary World’s Strongest Man and Woman competitions in America.
The agreed closure of a busy Suffolk road has met with fresh criticism after community leaders claimed to have been told “absolutely nothing” about the proposals – until it was too late.
Developers behind controversial Suffolk road closure plans have responded to concerns saying contractors will work long days and weekends to prevent “unreasonable delays”.
An artisan coffee shop will soon be serving its signature brews from a second branch.
Nearly 1,500 people have signed a petition calling for a compromise over a road closure, which could last 16 weeks, and is feared to cause widespread disruption to people living in east Suffolk.
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Melton Bowls Club’s invitation Happy Haddock Triples Tournament produced one of the closest contests for several years with only four points separating the top five teams.
A sign warning of a road closure lay face down for more than a week outside a Suffolk village.
The OVO Energy Tour of Britain will be racing through Suffolk today, find out where you can watch the race and what Suffolk roads will be closed.
With all the recent talk of cyclists crossing the county for the Tour of Britain, one fundraiser has already been there and done that.
We are counting down the days until this year’s Tour of Britain makes its way through our county’s fantastic roads, and we want you to send in your photos of the stage this Friday.
Two years of uncertainty over the future of a Suffolk statue ended with a relieved send-off as it decamped for restoration this morning.
Sudbury enjoyed the perfect weekend, in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League, beating Suffolk neighbours Copdock & Old Ipswichian while their two main title rivals were both suffering defeats elsewhere.
More than 10,000 new homes will be needed in east Suffolk as demand rises and the population grows.
British Transport Police (BTP) from Colchester were sent to reports of a rave close to a railway station in east Suffolk last night.
Highways officials predict severe congestion from even modest increases in traffic from developments surrounding a pinch point junction.