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Andrew Papworth

It may be one of the country’s greatest beauty spots - but some plants spotted by an eagle-eyed police community support officer (PCSO) on a popular beach were not quite as natural as they first seemed.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

Two extraordinary women from Chelmsford who played a crucial role in the fight for suffrage will be remembered at an event in the city.

The search is on for 10 athletes who will take part in a half-marathon to help raise vital funds for an arts charity.

A crossing by a busy primary school is being upgraded to improve the safety of children walking to school.

More drain covers are going missing or being stolen, it has been revealed.

A dog owner has defended herself against claims her pets’ loud barking is disturbing her neighbours.

Ella and Amy Marr, from East Bergholt, will now go off to the same university to study the same degree subject after their resoundingly similar success.

Improved A-level results should inspire Suffolk students to fight the best and brightest for the top jobs and university places, a school leader has said.

If they thought they could break the community spirit of this close-knit village community, they were sorely mistaken.

A woman reportedly seen crossing the tracks at a train station has sparked a fresh safety warning about the dangers of railway trespassing.

Two men who took a “reckless gamble” trying to smuggle four Afghani nationals - including a two-year-old child - into the country concealed in a specially constructed hide within a van have been jailed.

It is a gateway to an exciting world of books and knowledge.

They are often seen as places with rows upon rows of novels, biographies, encyclopaedias and more.

Ipswich Town fans took part in an emotional tribute to Barry “Chuckle” Elliott at the weekend’s Rotherham game.

A community-spirited band of footballers have pledged to clear up a vandalised play park and village hall - in a bid to send a powerful message to the culprits who trashed it.

With the growth of smartphones, games consoles, tablets and computers, it might seem that everything these days is electronic.

A devastating fire would be enough to put anyone out of business for weeks.

There is nothing more many of us like than sitting by the bank of a river or a lake and idling away the time by catching some fish - especially when the weather is so lovely.

They put themselves in harm’s way to protect us from danger.

“Devastated” young people in need have been left jobless after brazen thieves stole their food trailer.

Speeding drivers are to be targeted during a week-long crackdown by police on Suffolk roads.

Familiar faces greeted each other at a school reunion in tribute to a former classmate who died last year.

A warning was given to a young moped rider spotted cutting across a pathway.

A shoplifter was caught by police patrolling a park after a chase.

A double death at an Ipswich home is being treated as a “tragic incident involving two people known to each other”, police have said.

“They say make hay while the sun shines - and that is exactly what we’ve done.”

It started with the discovery of a few mysterious stones.

For police working a long and tiring shift during the hot weather, it might well have been the last straw.

Dedicated campaigners who helped to save their town’s most iconic building from potential ruin are to celebrate the first year since its revamp.

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