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Ipswich Buses is to stop issuing credit notes at the end of next month in a bid to speed their vehicles at bus stops – but some travellers will be forced to pay more for their journeys.
More than one knifeman could have inflicted the fatal wounds to Ipswich stabbing victim Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, it has been claimed.
Drivers who fraudulently insured their cars under false names have had their vehicles seized by police.
Ed Sheeran has had a lot to shout about over the past 10 days from kicking off his world tour to winning another BRIT award, celebrating his 28th birthday with tens of thousands of fans and even enjoying a kick-about with Brazilian footballers.
A fraudster conned a vulnerable man out of £26,000 by telling the victim his beloved Xbox games console would be cut off.
Residents are said to be “scared to go out” after a gang started to target their housing estate by smashing windows, shouting verbal abuse and stealing from shops.
Police have confirmed no arrests have yet been made, and enquiries are ongoing, following several reports of a ‘silver taxi’ approaching children in Ipswich.
In total 1,591 drivers were caught speeding across the county as part of a three-week campaign from Suffolk police.
When this happy-go-lucky disabled man’s treasured bicycle was cruelly stolen, it soured what was supposed to be a day of celebration.
A lane is closed on the A12 after a man has been seen lying on the road after falling off his bike on the Ipswich-bound carriageway.
In the old days, residents would have convened a Neighbourhood Watch group to share valuable intelligence and what criminals were up to in their areas.
Suffolk Police are preparing to escort a 25 metre boat through Suffolk to Ipswich Marina.
The recent spate of fine weather has resulted in a flurry of early sightings of butterflies across Suffolk.
Brexit will be a hot topic of conversation at the second Mid Suffolk Business Exhibition, set for Stowmarket on March 27.
Parking giants NCP have waived a £100 parking fine issued to an Ipswich couple who parked in the wrong car park to give blood.
Domestic abuse victims in Suffolk unfairly left by their partners owing thousands of pounds in debt will get extra support to help cope with their financial difficulties.
There were delays near Ipswich railway station this evening after a car and a bus were involved in a collision.
A weather warning for fog has been put in place by the Met Office for Suffolk as visibility falls to less than 100 meters on some highways.
An Ipswich van driver accused of indecently exposing himself to a woman driver while he was driving along the A12 has been unanimously found not guilty by a jury.
Anger management and courses in dealing with anxiety will be run specifically for people affected by crime following a huge rise in offending.
It’s one of the most famous names in motoring, and motor racing. Now Ferrari is opening the doors to new apprentices in the UK - and there are opportunities in Colchester.
Planes from two Suffolk airbases paid tribute to a fallen American air crew with a special anniversary flypast.
Students from the Stagecoach Theatre Arts stepped out with dance star Brendan Cole when he brought his new show to Ipswich.
Sarah Brown director of Bentwaters Parks is the guest speaker at MENTA’s Coffee Means Business meeting at Seckford Hall, Woodbridge on Tuesday February 26.
Two Suffolk councils have dismissed claims a magazine highlighting work in the last four years is “Tory propaganda” paid for by taxpayers in the run up to the elections.