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A shock shop closure is one of our must read stories this week

PUBLISHED: 05:30 20 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:58 20 October 2018

Take a look at our top stories of the week Picture: EMMA LLOYD-SMITH

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From a perfect Ofsted report to a Suffolk teenager on the X-factor with Robbie Williams - make sure you are up-to-date with all of our stories.

Jon Guelas (far right) with United Vibe who are preparing for the X-Factor live shows Picture: SUPPLIED BY JON GUELASJon Guelas (far right) with United Vibe who are preparing for the X-Factor live shows Picture: SUPPLIED BY JON GUELAS

A talented former Samuel Ward Academy student is set to appear on the X-Factor live shows.

Jon Guelas, who is 18, has been put into a new boy band called United Vibe with mentor Robbie Williams.

His parents have expressed how proud of him they are - read the full story here.

The pupils and teachers at the Oaks are overjoyed at the Ofsted results Picture: RACHEL EDGEThe pupils and teachers at the Oaks are overjoyed at the Ofsted results Picture: RACHEL EDGE

The Oaks Community Primary School in Ipswich has received an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating.

It is believed that the school is the first primary school in the town to score this top rating since 2012.

Find out what made the school receive the rare accolade by reading the article here.

The store had a post office and the village's only cash machine  Picture: LOUISE HOPESThe store had a post office and the village's only cash machine Picture: LOUISE HOPES

A sudden closure of a shop in Rendlesham has left staff members jobless and confused.

The convenience store formally run as a Costcutter shut without warning on Thursday, October 11.

Staff members were completely kept in the dark about it and had no idea they were going to lose their job. Read their reactions here.

The chilly autumnal weather is set to continue Picture: FRED IXERThe chilly autumnal weather is set to continue Picture: FRED IXER

Suffolk Constabulary have revealed details on the dozens of supernatural incidents reported to the police.

Witches, zombies, ghosts and aliens were some of the many creatures referenced in calls to the police.

Find out which creature was reported the most here.

Make sure you know what weather to expect next week ready for half-term.

We spoke to Weatherquest to hear what days we should expect rain and what temperatures are forecasted.

You can read it all here.

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