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People in Ipswich are nearly twice as likely to smoke than in some areas of Suffolk, a new study has revealed.

Stars of the silver screen are set to role down the red carpet as part of a film themed Carnival in Stowmarket.

Pubs and off licences in Suffolk could face tougher scrutiny over the sale of alcohol in a bid to tackle heavy drinking hotspots.

Most would think it is still a bit early to be thinking of snow, stockings and Santa Claus but not in this Suffolk market town.

Suffolk leisure centres are teaming up with Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils to offer free swims to help encouraging younger people to get active over the summer holidays.

Essex police are wanting to speak to a man in connection with the murder of a 58-year-old man who died in a house in Jaywick this weekend.

A teenager who took part in a "flour bombing" attack on a woman in Bury St Edmunds has been sentenced to 42 months in a youth detention centre for a series of drug and violent offences.

Stunning hats, glamorous dresses and stylish shoes were all on show for this year's Ladies Day at Newmarket Races.

An MP has vowed to raise the issue of violent crime with the Home Secretary after two "appalling" attacks happened within hours of each other in Clacton.

A pedestrian seriously injured in a road traffic collision in Great Barton has died, 11 days after the crash.

A D-Day war hero, who received the French government's highest honour for bravery, died after becoming ill following a fall at his home, an inquest heard.

An inquest has heard how paramedics rushed to try and save the life of a father-of-two who died in a motorcycle crash in Kesgrave.

Anglian Water has been told it must reduce the impact its operations are having on the natural environment in a report by the Environment Agency.

A couple who beat a man to death in his own home and then set it on fire to try to cover it up have been convicted of murder.

A highly-acclaimed Suffolk-based community choir will be opening Dermot O'Leary's BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show live from Latitude Festival next weekend

The man was punched in the face at Harwich and Parkeston Football Club, in Main Road, Harwich, at around 1am on Sunday, June 23.

Welcome to today's live feed, where you can find all of the day's breaking fire, crime and travel news from Suffolk.

There were lots of happy eaters in Stowmarket this weekend as the annual food and drink festival came to town.

A flat fire in Ixworth in which a 77-year-old man died is not being treated as suspicious by Suffolk police.

Suffolk will get a taste of Hollywood when a seven-time Oscar nominated director unveils the full programme for a festival celebrating film and locally sourced food and drink.

Orford Primary School, Elmsett Primary School and Charsfield Primary School managed to collect the most tokens proportionally in a campaign lead by the Ipswich Star and the East Anglian Daily Times.

"This has to stop now" - that was the reaction of campaigners after thieves stole a mobile phone from a visually impaired man in a cafe.

Two people were seen running across the A14 near Bury St Edmunds - prompting a police appeal.

Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses after a blind woman sat with her guide dog on a bus in Ipswich was abused by a man.

Star Wars nemesis Darth Vader joined a herd of Elmer-inspired young elephants to help raise vital funds for young people living with progressive and terminal illnesses.

Foxhall Road in ipswich has reopened after an accident involving an Audi and a Kia blocked the busy street.

A blunder has called into question "laughable" research that a picturesque village was the third unhealthiest place in the UK.

A new survey has been released showing how satisfied students really are with life at the University of Suffolk.

A new luxury glamping site in the Suffolk countryside has been given the go ahead.

A three-day weekend is a treat most workers only get to enjoy on Bank Holidays or when they have booked a day off. But one Ipswich company has taken the unusual step of giving workers every other Friday off - in the hope it will boost productivity.

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