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Caretakers found two dead chickens and another wounded after teenagers broke into primary school grounds.
The white stuff could still fall on west Suffolk today and hit the east tomorrow morning.
Emergency services are on the look-out for an 81-year-old missing man.
A fitness instructor spent more than three hours doing burpees to raise money for charity.
A pair of land agents will complete a 125-mile kayak race in under 30 hours to raise money for two Suffolk charities.
Motorists on the A14 westbound were stuck in delays of more than 40 minutes after a crash involving several vehicles this morning.
Snow and sleet could hit Suffolk and north Essex tomorrow as temperatures plunge, according to weather experts.
As the cold weather draws in we are all tempted to ramp up the heating, but cost ourselves dollops of money in the process.
Leaders at two Suffolk NHS organisations have marked a big step towards supporting mental health in the workplace.
A man was released on conditional bail pending further enquiries from police after a shop was burgled in Hadleigh.
A busted manhole on the A12 has closed a lane for almost eight hours leading to heavy traffic.
A motorist told police he smokes cannabis every day after being arrested for drug driving.
It looks like mild temperatures and cloud will feature for much of today, with sunshine returning tomorrow.
Heavy traffic is causing mayhem in Ipswich town centre this afternoon as last-minute shoppers flock to the high street.
No less than 55 road offences were committed and three people arrested for drug-driving as police carried out a crackdown.
A mum-of-two has said she is finding it hard to sleep after her family’s possessions were destroyed in a house fire.
The denial of some specialist equipment to disabled children by Suffolk County Council (SCC) is unlawful, a charity has claimed.
Two mental health champions are to be appointed by a council after one of its senior members controversially said people use mental illness “as an excuse”.
It is proving a bumper year for river cruses, from Ipswich Waterfront, on the Orwell Lady and the SB (sailing barge) Victor.
It was half a century ago when a monster was brought back to life to bring terror, torture and death across Norfolk and Suffolk...but those who met him said he was a jolly nice chap. Derek James reports.
Petite and Sweet and Cocoa Delicious win SBS awards.
East Anglia has some incredible pie makers- check them out during British Pie Week 2018.
If you haven’t booked anything special for February 14 yet, why not try one of these Suffolk restaurants or pubs?