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28 minutes ago

Five fire crews are currently attending a bungalow fire in Felixstowe.


The Poundland store in Ipswich’s Sailmakers shopping centre has brought down the shutters because it was not attracting enough customers to make it viable.

6 minutes ago

The next generation of Suffolk health care workers have been presented with graduation awards by Olympic athlete Hannah England and former Ipswich Town player Titus Bramble.

15 minutes ago

Suffolk is set to bask in scorching temperatures over the weekend - with people being urged to cut down on their water use.

22 minutes ago

A housing firm has apologised for its coronavirus messaging at an independent living development in Hadleigh after residents spoke out about the “frightening” tone they claim made them feel like they were in prison.

42 minutes ago

An Ipswich man accused of three burglaries in one night, including the alleged theft of a puppy from one property has been cleared after the prosecution dropped the case against him.

51 minutes ago

Inspirational 101-year-old fundraiser Joan Rich was joined by Royal Military Police (RMP) officers as she completed the latest walk on her challenge in support of the NHS.

Some of Suffolk and Essex farmers’ worst fears have been realised as their main cereal crops come in to reveal some disastrous yields.


Police insist they are working hard to improve diversity after it was revealed just 3.1% of more than 1,250 Suffolk officers were from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.

A campaign to reduce sexual violence and vulnerability for revellers has been launched by police as people return to pubs and bars across the county post-lockdown.

An office complex has offered its tenants free short-term use of bikes to encourage them to improving their fitness and promote eco-friendly transport.

The chief executive of the county’s mental health trust has announced he will retire next year.

You can now buy 11-year-old Olivia Cresswell’s Nutty Stars at your local East of England Co-op store.

A man who breached a court order by making “snide” comments to his estranged wife via bank transfer messages has been handed a community order.

A boy who had been reported missing from Felixstowe has been found.


We’ll be back! That’s the defiant message from bosses at Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre which has announced the cancellation of its Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto and autumn season – and warned that it is starting consultations on job losses.

BBC programme-makers dropped in on an antiques centre in Ipswich as part of a road trip.

“If you put yourself through the hard stuff, life becomes easier” - that is Alex Pilgrim’s motto after he rode a mammoth 700 miles and carried his trusty bike up England’s tallest mountain.

A ‘significant’ number of jobs are under threat at Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre after the venue cancelled its autumn calendar and Christmas pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.

24 minutes ago

The Crown pub in Manningtree has stopped giving its customers 50% off with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme after crowds failed to socially distance.


We still have no idea how the pandemic will play out, how long Britain (and the rest of the world) will have to in the shadow of Covid-19, and what will emerge in a post-Covid future.


The trial of a woman accused of conning a hospice out of money she claimed she was raising for them is expected to take place at Ipswich Crown Court in May next year.

A huge blaze which destroyed 14,000sq m of Thetford Forest has prompted stark warnings about fire safety as an expected heatwave brings tinder dry conditions.

An amateur boxer who knocked a fellow competitor unconscious outside an Ipswich bar with a single punch has been ordered to pay £2,000 in compensation.

A noise warning has been issued to locals ahead of American fighter jet training from RAF Lakenheath.

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