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A government agency is looking for three new members for the region's flood defence planning committee.
The weed, which has been known to grow through concrete, knock down walls and destroy foundations is now prevalent across much of Britain.
This week's news that Ipswich has suffered more than other East Anglian "cities" from the loss of government support during a decade of austerity didn't, in all honesty, come as a huge surprise to me.
A fundraising campaign which set out to fund flood defences to protect some of Suffolk's most treasured landscapes from being lost to the sea has reached a huge milestone after receiving a generous grant.
The Environment Agency have issued a new flood warning this morning for isolated riverside homes on River Deben.
A Southwold pub has pulled out all the stops to protect itself as spring tides are expected to threaten parts of the Suffolk coastline.
People are being urged to protect their property as spring tides are expected to cause flooding on the Suffolk coastline.
The finishing touches to a £70million flood protection scheme in Ipswich are being put in place, with a vibrant new public space among the final elements being crafted.
The sea wall of an island off the coast of Suffolk is being lowered by almost half a metre to prevent it flooding in stormy weather.
With Ipswich's new flood defence barrier now almost ready to protect the town, an earlier attempt to reduce the risk of flooding is now being removed from the New Cut.
Mobile phone customers of Three network are to get a message today telling them that they have been registered for free flood warnings.
The £70million Ipswich Tidal Barrier scheme was cast into the international spotlight this week, as worldwide flooding experts visited the site.
Flood alerts have been extended along the Suffolk and Essex coast urging residents to take care and to avoid unnecessary danger.
Plans are underway to fill two empty stores at one of Ipswich's key retail parks - but mystery still surrounds who the occupants may be.
Plans for the redevelopment of Shotley Pier have today been turned down by councillors following a heated 80-minute debate.
Residents of Jaywick near Clacton will be able to find out more about community organisations in the area at a special open event next Tuesday.
Work on the final stretch of Ipswich's £70million tidal barrier scheme is underway and will be completed by the end of November.
East Anglian farmers have revealed the 'extremely challenging' growing conditions they have been battling this season, with crop yields and quality hit by an unprecedented series of weather events.
Fish in the lakes surrounding Ipswich Golf Club are dying due to the intense heat hitting Suffolk.
Water company chief executives are being summoned to a meeting with the Government to explain why they have not met leakage targets as the country struggles to cope with the dry summer.
Concerns have been raised by members of the public about the welfare of baby fish which were found living in a spillway in Alton Water.
Alton Water is just the latest casualty of blue-green algae, as the toxic blooms have flourished in hot weather.
Pressure on water supplies is set to increase after a decision to slash the amount of water being diverted into Essex by almost 60 million litres a day.
A man has been rushed to hospital with burns to his hands after a fire broke out in an Ipswich car garage.
Ipswich's new flood barrier is nearing completion, and it is set to benefit Suffolk businesses in more ways than one.