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Andrew Papworth

A Millwall supporter was stopped by police on his way home from his side’s crushing injury time defeat to Norwich City – and then arrested on suspicion of road offences.

The battle against Suffolk drug gangs is being hindered by a lack of resource, it has been claimed - after a round of government funding left the county short-changed.

Rail services between Ipswich and Felixstowe are being reinstated after “slippery rails” left lines between the two towns blocked.

A road in a coastal town centre has been shut at short notice for emergency repairs.

Thousands of people turned out in a coastal town to pay their respects to those who gave their lives during the First World War.

Frightened residents are scared to leave their homes because they can see “brazen” drug dealing escalating on their street, it as been claimed.

They say first impressions count for a lot.

A major attitude shift is needed to alter people’s mindsets about the growing problem of dementia in Suffolk, a leading campaigner has said.

To many, it might seem like just a bit of fun while idling away a few hours trying to conquer a universe or reach the next level.

Motorists have been urged to check their vehicles’ headlamps are working properly after police Tweeted about the danger of “one-eyed monsters” with just one light along the A12.

Communities have been urged to do more to help rising numbers of people with dementia ahead of a Suffolk conference on one of the county’s growing health challenges.

A car with its entire front bumper ripped off was stopped by police for being in a “dangerous condition”.

A leading sports brand has removed a video advert showing people doing star jumps on a railway track after criticism from the region’s police officers.

Frontline officers in the fight against drugs have been praised by a leading law enforcement expert for their “strong desire” to prevent London dealers expanding their trade into Suffolk.

It shows not only the spirit of the beautiful game but also the bravery of those who risked their lives for the freedom of future generations.

An “unprecedented” new power to stop UK residents travelling to the most dangerous parts of the world should be regularly reviewed, a leading lawyer has argued.

Residents have been urged to monitor hot spots for drug-related litter in and around Ipswich.

It is often assumed that young people today like action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled adventure holidays with bustling city nightlife.

Research has revealed increasing numbers of young people are choosing relaxing holidays in Suffolk over city breaks. ANDREW PAPWORTH looks the best ways to relax and unwind in the county.

Libraries in Suffolk must do a better job of showing how they enrich people’s lives beyond loaning books, their leader has said.

More workers on the ground are urgently needed to help cope with a growing crisis in mental health amongst young people, a member of parliament has warned.

A pair of teenagers suspected of travelling up from London to deal drugs in Suffolk have been back to the capital after being stopped in Ipswich.

Firefighters have warned that they are “struggling to make ends meet” because their pay is so poor they struggle to provide for their families.

A driver of a van stopped for not having any insurance had reportedly given a false date of birth to an insurance company, police said.

A driver spotted not wearing a seatbelt was stopped by police and given a £100 on the spot fine.

There will be tricks and treats aplenty when the Halloween Glow Walk run by East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) returns to Felixstowe.

It could be the most rubbish job in politics - but Sandy Martin believes his new frontbench brief on recycling will not be a waste of time.

A town centre road is to be shut in an emergency today (Friday, October 26) so that urgent roadworks can be carried out.

Preparations will be made for keeping Suffolk’s roads safe during the upcoming winter season when gritters embark on an early morning practice ‘dry run’.

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