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The number of motor vehicle thefts in Suffolk have more than doubled in the last four years, it has emerged.

A tattoo artist who manages studios in Ipswich and Colchester said he ‘cried for an hour’ after hearing the government were allowing the industry to reopen next week.

Family and friends of an ‘endearing’ grandmother who died after contracting coronavirus in Ipswich have set themselves the task of raising £100,000 for the NHS in her memory by completing a gruelling 90-mile walk.

There is a chance of further rain on Friday - but this weekend is set to be warm and dry in Suffolk.

The new Italian restaurant in Framlingham fronted by TV presenter Ruth Watson will finally welcome its first diners later this month after the coronavirus outbreak delayed its opening.

Fashion chain Joules has announced plans to reopen several Suffolk stores next week - but the Ipswich town centre branch will remain closed for now.

A car transporter crashed into a bridge in Bramford Road, Ipswich – with at least one of the vehicles it was carrying dislodged by the impact.

A former gymnastics instructor from Colchester has been summonsed to court to answer allegations of sexual offences against children over a 13-year period.

Campsites across Suffolk have undergone ‘extensive’ alterations in the last few weeks as the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions has allowed for people to stay away from home.

Nearly 100 people have spent the weekend cleaning up Felixstowe after ‘unprecedented’ levels of waste were discovered around the town as coronavirus lockdown restrictions eased.

A teenager has been charged with possessing a kitchen knife in the centre of Bury St Edmunds.

The funeral of the RAF Lakenheath-based American pilot who tragically died in a crash last month is being livestreamed this afternoon.

Today has been dubbed ‘Super Saturday’ as the coronavirus lockdown restrictions are further eased - follow our live blog on what’s happening in Suffolk.

East Suffolk hospitality firms looking to reopen on July 4 and their visitors are being urged to take appropriate steps to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19 and not to ‘blow it’.

Arcades and attractions along the Suffolk and north Essex coast are preparing to reopen ahead of ‘Super Saturday’ - but have made a few changes to ensure visitors’ safety.

Suffolk is set for a cloudy end to the week - with a small chance of more thunderstorms tonight.

Tributes have been paid to Gary Henderson following his death at flats in Duke Street, Ipswich last week.

Police are urging residents to be vigilant after a man and a woman paid for more than £400 worth of gaming consoles and accessories with fake banknotes.

A project to transform an eyesore building into an arts and media hub on Ipswich Waterfront could be set to receive a cash boost from the government’s £118million plan to kick-start the East Anglian economy.

A seaside dog walk which regularly sees hundreds of Dachshunds and other breeds stepping out in Southwold has been put back to next year because of coronavirus.

Litter-picking volunteers will be spending the upcoming weekend cleaning up Felixstowe after seeing “unprecedented” levels of waste in the last few weeks.

A Suffolk couple are not letting the coronavirus outbreak spoil their plans to celebrate their platinum wedding anniversary today.

Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have reported one further death of a patient being treated for coronavirus.

Emergency services have been called to a road in Ipswich after a two-vehicle crash left one car ablaze.

New guidance has been released for how people in workplaces, schools and communities will respond to concentrated outbreaks of Covid-19 in Suffolk.

Hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex have reported no new deaths of patients being treated for Covid-19.

Mid Suffolk District Council has pledged £40,000 towards exploring eco-friendly options for the development of a planned new 156-acre business park off the A14.

A developer has confirmed plans to submit an application to build a development of 80 homes in Grundisburgh.

A scheme to convert part of the former Felixstowe Police Station into a series of flats has been given the green light from East Suffolk Council.

An appeal has been launched for clothing for five children after fire ravaged their family home, destroying most of their belongings.

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