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Members of an organised crime gang involved in more than 200 burglaries across the East of England have today been jailed for a total of more than 70 years.
A new survey has been launched to find out what community members want to see in a brand-new youth centre being created in Woodbridge.
A metro link being planned for Cambridgeshire could stretch into Mildenhall and Haverhill, it has emerged – with county chiefs describing it as a vote of confidence in the area’s economy.
In past columns I have talked about a divide between athletes that earn large amounts of money, and those that do not, and how there is a movement in Ipswich to bring this sporting diversity together.
Sheep and cattle farming in the UK should be cut by between a fifth and a half to help tackle climate change, a committee led by Suffolk’s Lord Deben says.
Aldeburgh had a day of special events to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War – starting with a lone piper playing “Battle’s O’er” at the War Memorial at 6am and finishing with a torchlight parade in the evening.
A police volunteer has ridden 50 miles through Suffolk on her beloved horse to raise funds for sick children – five years on from being diagnosed with a spinal cord tumour.
The centenary of the end of the First World War is now just three weeks away with ceremonies to mark the Armistice happening across the world as well as here at home in East Anglia.
More than £1million of funding for key projects in Mid Suffolk has been given the green light as part of a multi-million pound programme of countywide investment.
Lynne has a ticket to see Ed Sheeran perform in Suffolk, next year. Does anyone know where she can take crowd-surfing lessons?
One of the best known names in Woodbridge and Wickham Market - Bob Hasnip - has died at the age of 85.
Car crime has risen sharply in Ipswich – and 98% of its perpetrators went unpunished.
A drunken king. A ‘tax’ on pregnant daughters with illegitimate children. Ferocious football… Book ‘The Little History of Suffolk’ has facts aplenty – many weird and funny
The latest reports and results from the region’s rugby sides – including Colchester, Diss, Southwold, Ipswich, Chelmsford and Braintree.
Three men are facing jail for their part in a £33,000 cocaine deal thwarted by police.
Exclusions dished out by schools in Suffolk have leapt up in recent years – and union bosses claim this is mostly down to academisation.
The East Anglian-based Chestnut Group has added The Westleton Crown and The Ship at Dunwich to its family of country, and now coastal inns.
Police insist they can justify every use of covert surveillance tactics allowing the capture of more than 6,500 pieces of private communications data in a year.
Older people were encouraged to become ‘rock stars’ for a day, as part of an Ipswich-based event designed to tackle loneliness among the elderly.
The efforts of the armed forces in Suffolk and those who served in the First and Second World Wars has been formally recognised by Suffolk County Council as part of WWI Centenary commemorations.
Suffolk leaders have granted a six figure sum of cash to improve domestic abuse support services in the county – including plans for a dedicated contact point.
East Anglian farmers look set to be counting the cost as the combine harvesters roll into action this month.
The MP for West Suffolk has been promoted to one of the most senior positions in government, replacing long-standing Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
A vigil to remember the life of a three-year-old girl from Suffolk who died after being thrown from an inflatable trampoline will be held this weekend.
A specialist nurse who works in Norfolk and Suffolk has been named as the best learning disability nurse in England.
Suffolk scored their second Anglian League victory of the season when they beat Norfolk by eight and a half matches to three and a half in the sunshine at Hintlesham.
The number of child casualties on Suffolk’s roads are at the highest levels in five years, new data has revealed.
A man has been taken to hospital after a lorry jack knifed on the A12 at Copdock, near Ipswich, close to the interchange with the A14.
Suffolk’s side will be shorn of several experienced players for their opening Unicorns Championship match of the season against Staffordshire, starting on Sunday, writes Nick Garnham