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Animal rights activists released thousands of pheasants from their pens in a night-time raid on a farm at Mildenhall.

The works of the CO10 Collective, a new group of artists in Sudbury, will go on show when it holds its first exhibition.

A family fled their Suffolk home after fire broke out in its thatched roof on the final day of a two month £25,000 restoration.

Work is set to start on a £2.35 million refurbishment and extension of Sudbury’s Kingfisher leisure centre.

An Ipswich man accused of shoplifting and having a knife in the town centre will stand trial in August.

Apache attack helicopters based in Suffolk have been sent to the Baltic on a three month deployment in Estonia.

Campaigners opposed to controversial plans for a hotel and restaurant on part of Belle Vue Park in Sudbury have held a protest rally.

Big-hearted twin brothers Stanley and Vinny Cremen have have had their heads shaved to raise money for Cancer Research.

A ballet dancer from Ipswich is poised to make her first professional appearance on home ground as part of a nationwide tour,

Music fans from around the world have paid tribute to Prodigy star Keith Flint, whose funeral took place today.

The husband of a mum from Essex who died from sepsis less than two weeks after giving birth to their first child has spoken of his heartbreak at her death.

Best-selling author Louis de Bernieres will be talking about his life and works in an evening of music, poetry, tales and literary chat in Sudbury this summer.

A teenage brain injury survivor from Ipswich will take on a 30 mile challenge for Headway using his specially-adapted wheelchair bike.

An Ipswich man dedicated to tackling the scourge of beach litter has received a Points of Light award for his efforts.

Controversial proposals to develop part of Belle Vue Park in Sudbury came under scrutiny at the town council’s annual meeting.

Two new companies have been launched in Suffolk to transform council-owned land and assets into local housing.

Would ewe believe it - a sheep on a Bury St Edmunds farm has given birth to quad lambs.

A prisoner at HMP Highpoint in Suffolk died after using the drug Spice, an Ipswich inquest heard.

Spring can be welcomed in at a historic Ipswich park with a free family activity day.

Big-hearted Vinny and Stanley Cremen will be braving a hair-raising experience of having their heads shaved in front of their classmates to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Suffolk fitness enthusiast Joff Anselmi is hitting the road in a gruelling challenge to raise money for Help for Heroes.

People in Colchester are being encouraged to help shape the lives of the next generation by choosing a career in teaching.

A former Suffolk vicar now living in Christchurch has spoken of the shock that has enveloped the city after 50 Muslim worshippers were gunned down in their mosques.

The Suffolk-born writer and a producer of hit wartime film Hurricane will join the audience at a screening of the film in Capel St Mary library.

Dyslexic pupils at an Ipswich primary school have received a boost thanks to a box of teaching aids worth £300.

Ipswich-based travel group Fred.Olsen is to start work on a £10m new headquarters that will more than double the size of its existing base.

Traders in Sudbury are bracing themselves for a week of disruption with the start of major gas words in the town.

A Sudbury health shop is spearheading the fight against plastic packaging by launching the town’s first zero=waste food range.

Cyclists are being urged to saddle up in aid of the Suffolk Sunrise cycle challenge when it returns this spring.

The jury in the case of two Essex police officers accused of failing to properly investigate a string of child abuse cases has retired to consider its verdict.

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