Tom Potter

Campaigners have called for the suspension of hunting activities in Suffolk while police probe leaked footage of an online seminar hosted by the sport’s central organisation.

Police have confirmed that the cost of personal protective equipment (PPE) bought during the Covid-19 pandemic will be reimbursed by the government.

A cyclist remains critically injured but in a stable condition in hospital after being involved in a collision with a lorry on a roundabout off the A14.

Suffolk victims of online shopping fraud lose an average £567 to scams, according to figures revealed ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Police are hoping a new approach to tackling domestic violence can help alter the behaviour of abusers, protect victims and reduce increasing demand.

Police seized about 500 cannabis plants worth in the region of £500,000 in three raids on properties in Ipswich.

An annual demonstration aimed at ending violence against women and girls will take place online this year.

Work is underway to develop a detailed bid for a new freeport on the east coast.

Households will be allowed to form ‘Christmas bubbles’ over the festive period as part of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions between December 23 and 27.

Cases of coronavirus are continuing to fall across all areas of Suffolk, excluding Ipswich, where infections remain on the rise, according to the latest Public Health statistics.

A woman fought off a pair of would-be robbers who demanded her mobile phone as she walked through a playground in Ipswich.

A woman caught drink-driving two days before appearing in court for a virtually identical offence has been spared jail.

A former Suffolk police officer has been jailed for a year after fabricating evidence to cover his tracks for throwing away drug wraps seized during a roadside search.

Police are hunting a gang of youths suspected of knocking down fences and garden walls outside eight Ipswich properties.

A vengeful man who ploughed his car into a group of people outside an Ipswich pub was among those jailed in Suffolk this week.

An ex-soldier has been jailed for eight years after stabbing his wife and sister-in-law in the early hours of New Year’s Day.

An scheme aimed at rehabilitating domestic abusers has secured almost £250,000 of government funding to be rolled out across Suffolk.

Three men have been charged with people smuggling offences after a fishing boat containing 69 migrants was intercepted off the coast.

Friends and family of a missing Ipswich man are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare following his disappearance two weeks ago.

Self-employed taxpayers are being urged to stay alert to scams offering fake rebates or refunds.

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of people smuggling after a boatload of 69 Albanian nationals was intercepted near the Suffolk coast.

Police have arrested a man and a woman in connection with a string of reported ‘dine and dash’ incidents at pubs and restaurants across Suffolk.

Three areas of Suffolk and north Essex remain at the bottom the list for coronavirus case rates.

An Ipswich primary school has been forced to close until the end of the current lockdown period.

A flood alert has been issued along a stretch of Suffolk coast.

A 20-year-old man has been convicted of a string of theft offences after he stole bank cards, cash and clothing from changing room lockers at an Ipswich gym.

Suffolk Constabulary has stressed it is committed to improving diversity despite just one of the force’s newest 56 recruits coming from a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background.

The number of violent offenders being managed in the community increased almost eightfold in a year across Suffolk.

Police detentions under the Mental Health Act went up by almost a third in a year, figures have shown.

Even in uncertain times, our communities found fitting ways to mark Remembrance Sunday.

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