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Hotel staff in Suffolk will be taught how to spot signs of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in a bid to curb soaring crime rates.
A suspect accused of swallowing a drugs stash has spent more than three weeks in custody as police wait for him to go to the toilet.
Essex Police has apologised for a social media post that appeared to support domestic abuse victims staying with their partners.
Needham Market boss Richard Wilkins is hoping a lucky goal or a flukey strike can kick-start the Marketmen’s season as they go in search of Bostik Premier League points at Dorking tomorrow afternoon.
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Leiston boss Glenn Driver has praised his side after another victory in midweek keeps the Blues the only undefeated side in Bostik Premier.
Leiston are back in league action at Victory Road this afternoon for the visit of Met Police in the Bostik League, writes Craig Cooper.
Police in Suffolk and Essex have asked people to remain vigilant following the terrorist attack in London this week – while offering reassurances that there is no cause for alarm.
Leiston boss Glenn Driver believes Matt Blake’s two goals against Thurrock was just what the doctor ordered for the striker.
Leiston boss Glenn Driver feels there is so much more to come from his side despite their unbeaten start to the season.
There were home draws aplenty for Suffolk and north Essex clubs in the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round draw which took place this lunchtime.
Needham Market manager Richard Wilkins admits to being left frustrated in his hunt for a striker.
Needham Market manager Richard Wilkins has expressed his surprise at the impact of new signing Ryan Gibbs, but remains in the loan market for a new striker, ahead of Saturday’s Bostik Premier home clash with Wingate & Finchley.
It was a night of high-drama in non-league tonight, with some big East Anglian derbies, some big victories and also an abandoned match.
The School for Social Entrepreneurs East is recruiting for its new programme designed to support people in Ipswich who are seeking employment.
A top detective has urged a teenager who is on the run after a man was shot and killed in Essex to “give himself up”, and advised members of the public not to approach him.
Three building projects in Suffolk and north Essex have been named among the winners in the 2017 Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards for the East of England.
Maldon & Tiptree lost 1-0 in the Ryman North Division play-off final this afternoon.
Three new homes in Suffolk are among five design and build projects in the county shortlisted for the RIBA 2017 Regional Awards.
Drivers are being urged to take extra caution on the roads this morning, with heavy fog across parts of the East of England.