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Police are urging people to look for the signs of modern slavery after it was claimed that forced labour thrived in every town.

Almost half of serious domestic sex offences (SSO) and rapes are reported more than a week after taking place – creating “huge frustrations” and challenges around evidence collection.

A care service manager has been banned from owning another dog for three years, after one of his collies died as a result of being kept in a horsebox in 29C heat.

Witnesses have described the ‘oven-like’ heat of a horsebox, where a dog was allegedly caused suffering that led to its death, at a Suffolk endurance racing event.

Ipswich Town boss Marcus Evans added £35 million to his fortune in the last year, according to an annual list of the UK’s wealthiest people.

A Suffolk man has been banned from the road for three years after getting behind the wheel while 14 times the legal driving limit for ketamine a horse tranquilliser.

Developers met dignitaries atop Ipswich’s until-recently abandoned ‘Winerack’ building to celebrate the unblocking of a stalled regeneration project.

Firefighters from five Suffolk stations were called to a farm near Ipswich after a barn containing machinery went up in flames.

Ipswich Town boss Marcus Evans added £35 million to his fortune in the last year, according to an annual list of the UK’s wealthiest people.

One of Britain’s most infamous serial killers has died behind bars at the age of 72.

A man who refused to be breathalysed after being found in the back seat of his car has been banned from driving until September 2020.

Motorists were stuck for hours after a dozen horses strayed onto a stretch of the M11 last night.

A bright start to the weekend’s weather looks set to be replaced by falling temperatures and rain this evening.

Police clocked a motorcyclist travelling at 131mph along the A12 at Wickham Market, near Woodbridge.

An Essex mansion has gone up for sale two years after it was the focus of media attention following the shooting of its millionaire businessman owner.

Rail services are returning to normal between Stowmarket and Diss, following delays and alterations while an inspection of the track took place.

A selection of 80 paintings by a Suffolk RAF pilot turned artist will be going on display in Woodbridge next month.

The harrowing effects of online abuse were laid bare by expert speakers from across the country during a Virtual Violence seminar at the University of Suffolk.

An Ipswich man has been banned from the road after riding what he thought was ‘a kid’s toy’ while over the cannabis limit and without a proper licence.

A London teenager has been fined for his involvement in a disturbance that led to a dispersal zone being drawn around part of Colchester town centre.

A Kesgrave man took aim at a police cell camera with paper soaked in toilet water following his arrest for assaulting a job centre guard.

A group of women from Suffolk Constabulary raised awareness of breast cancer and almost £1,500 for charity by taking part in this year’s Alton Water Run.

Two Suffolk based soldiers have been charged with perverting the course of justice after allegedly making false statements to police in relation to a road collision.

A man will appear at crown court next month accused of throwing urine over a prison guard.

For slimmers Anna Thomason and Alison Gardiner, losing weight proved to be about much more than dropping dress sizes.

Suffolk luxuriated in some of the hottest temperatures in the country as previous records were smashed for the early May bank holiday Monday.

Lawyers for two men convicted of an infamous triple gangland murder are making a fresh attempt to clear their names.

Stop and search powers have been labelled “a blunt tool” when exerted without good intelligence and reasonable grounds, as figures revealed an almost 40% fall in use by police.

A project aimed at transforming young lives while cutting crime has been praised for its ‘excellent’ work addressing re-offending.

The trial of a man accused of stealing lead from the roof of a Suffolk church will take place in July.

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