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A shocking rise in the number of sexual offences reported in Suffolk schools has been revealed.

Most people would consider their honeymoon as the most important holiday of their lives - but this Suffolk couple decided to put theirs on hold, so that others could have the chance to vote.

The Suffolk Show is just days away and once again we are offering readers a free hot drink at the East Anglian Daily Times and the Ipswich Star's tea tent.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted at a bus stop in Ipswich last week.

A long-serving caretaker at a school in Suffolk has been given the honour of burying a time capsule created by pupils as he celebrates his retirement.

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

Ipswich Town have shown their support for Dementia Action Week by hosting a tea party, introducing local care home residents to former Town players.

Suffolk police have taken part in a national crack down against the on-going threat of County Lines arresting 24 people and seizing over 250 wraps of suspected Class A drugs.

Police are continuing to question a man in connection with a burglary, assault and a railway trespass incident in north Ipswich.

Collectors from across the country travelled to Stowmarket for a one-of-a-kind auction this weekend which saw a range of rare toys, posters, signs and musical memorabilia go under the hammer.

A taxi driver who was caught on CCTV defecating on the street outside a social club in Colchester has been suspended from work for 28 days.

A man who drove his car onto train tracks at a level crossing in Suffolk told his daughter he had 'had enough' just minutes before his car was hit by a train, an inquest has heard.

Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information act show that in 2018, £47,593 was spent on cyber security by the council, up £17,000 on the previous year and up £21,000 from 2016, an increase of 80%.

A former international football player has showed her support for the Suffolk FA at their annual festival of football which saw more than 180 teams competing in women's world cup themed competition.

Suffolk's answer to George of the Jungle has reached the halfway mark of a mammoth fundraising task, running nearly 300 miles through rainforest in Sri Lanka and Peru.

It is nearly time for the Queen's Birthday flypast - and Suffolk and Essex could again get one of the best views of the impressive spectacle. Here's what we know.

A week-long campaign aimed at encouraging Suffolk residents to be more active has been launched today, marking the start of seven days of exciting activities.

Elite female athletes gathered at an annual sports day in Ipswich to talk about health, fitness and wellbeing as well as raise money for two Suffolk charities.

A man claiming to have a gun stole tobacco from a store in Hitcham before running to a car later found abandoned in Stowmarket.

A busy road in Suffolk has reopened after a two car crash blocked both carriageways.

Roadworks for pothole repairs have hit Ipswich businesses hard - with some reporting that it could cost them thousands of pounds of losses.

A tense community will see more police on the streets of Ipswich after a 30-year-old man was stabbed.

Neighbours and members of the Ipswich community have reacted with shock to the news that a 30-year-old man was stabbed in the town last night - with local politicians urging people to 'come forward with information'.

A woman has been arrested after a man was stabbed to death in Colchester last week.

A man who was stabbed in Ipswich last night is in a stable condition after he was "attacked from behind" in what police believe was a targeted assault.

There are severe delays on the A12 following a crash between a car and a lorry near Marks Tey.

A man has been rushed to hospital after a stabbing in Ipswich last night.

He has a rare condition which means 20% of his brain is missing - yet to his family, Kaiden Daley is a "miracle" boy for surviving against all the odds.

Parents are being invited to a learning session at a school in Ipswich covering the tough subject of FGM, a topic which their children are covering in classes in the spring term.

A battle between flat owners and an Ipswich timber company has begun after residents claim their waterfront view is being spoiled by large piles of wood which are being stored in an outdoor courtyard.

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