Tom Potter East Suffolk reporter email@example.com @TomPotterEADT Linkin Park singer and Ipswich Town supporter Chester Bennington dies at 41 Yesterday, 20:33 Tom Potter Linkin Park singer and Ipswich Town supporter Chester Bennington has died aged 41, Los Angeles County coroner has said. Car and lorry collide on A14 near Bury St Edmunds Yesterday, 17:17 Tom Potter Police and paramedics were called to the scene of a two-vehicle collision on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds. Balaclava bikers suspected of nighttime break-in attempt in Ipswich Yesterday, 16:20 Tom Potter Balaclava-wearing bikers are being linked to an early morning attempted burglary in Ipswich. Still time to enter tennis tournament competed by four future Wimbledon runners-up Yesterday, 16:01 Tom Potter Wimbledon may be behind us, but time remains in the tennis calendar for a Suffolk tournament. Objectors hammer plans for 100 homes on former district council site Yesterday, 14:41 Tom Potter Objectors queued up to speak out against proposals for 100 homes at a former council headquarters. Video: Framlingham welcomes back cast and crew for filming of series three of Detectorists Wed, 16:51 Tom Potter A Suffolk town is playing host to the cast and crew of an award-winning sitcom for the third time. Colchester General Hospital sees spike in demand as Broomfield Hospital experiences ‘extremely busy’ A&E Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter Health bosses are urging people not truly in need of emergency care to stay away from Broomfield Hospital’s A&E department as it experiences high demand for the second day running. Race to restore and move statue in favour of new home at storage depot Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter New uncertainty has enshrouded the much-debated future of a Suffolk statue. Departing Essex batsman Tamim Iqbal denies exit was due to ‘hate crime’ Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter Essex opener Tamim Iqbal has taken to Facebook to deny newspaper claims that his premature exit from the club was down to an attempted hate crime levelled at his family. Councillors hit back at claims that Woodbridge suffers ‘democratic deficit’ Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter Three district councillors have hit back at accusations of inducing a ‘democratic deficit’ within the area they represent. Drivers escape serious harm as two cars leave Suffolk roads – one colliding with a tree Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter Roads were blocked in two Suffolk villages following single-vehicle crashes this morning. Developers could face tussle over scale of plans for up to 300 homes in Rendlesham Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Tom Potter Hard bargains may be driven in an effort to reach compromise over plans for up to 300 homes on the edge of a Suffolk village. Merry Wives of Windsor takes to outdoor stage at Woodbridge School Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Tom Potter Audiences enjoyed a classic Shakespeare production on the lawn at Woodbridge School, with pupils performing the Merry Wives of Windsor. Debenham High School’s summer concert wows audiences at historic manor house Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Tom Potter High school pupils took advantage of the magnificent surroundings at a local 16th century moated manor for their summer concert. Record number of food firms hitting highest standards of hygiene Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Tom Potter More food businesses are meeting hygiene standards than ever before in Suffolk Coastal and Waveney, with a record number receiving top marks from health and safety inspectors. Villagers gather for first Great Tunstall Get Together Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Tom Potter A crowd of 150 gathered to share a sense of community in their Suffolk village. Convictions for five more drivers with north Essex and Suffolk connections following anti-drink and drug crackdown Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Tom Potter Essex courts are continuing to hand out convictions following a month-long anti-drink and drug-driving campaign by police. Forecast for unrest over housing, care home and business hub in village Monday, July 10, 2017 Tom Potter Expectations of opposition to blueprints for a care home, business hub and up to 34 new houses look set to be met in a Suffolk village. Not going to Latitude? Nine alternative weekend events to enjoy Monday, July 10, 2017 Tom Potter Suffolk will play host to one of the UK’s biggest music festival this weekend – but if you’re not among the crowds heading to Henham Park for Latitude, here’s a selection of alternative events to consider: Golf day and musical afternoon net young people’s support charity £2,000 Friday, July 7, 2017 Tom Potter Charity supporters raised £2,000 by attending events staged two days apart. Video: ‘Awesome’ global games ends in four-medal haul for Felixstowe transplant athlete Friday, July 7, 2017 Tom Potter A Suffolk athlete’s journey home from international competition was weighed down by her latest haul of medals for Great Britain. Scottish send-off for headteacher, James Leese, at St Mary’s Primary School, in Woodbridge Friday, July 7, 2017 Tom Potter A Suffolk school gave its departing headteacher a Scottish-style send-off. ‘Mindless vandalism’ to Woodbridge’s public toilets may cost thousands to repair Friday, July 7, 2017 Tom Potter Two public toilets have been closed indefinitely in a Suffolk town following acts of ‘mindless vandalism’, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage. Family finds hedgehog buried beneath surface of road following work Thursday, July 6, 2017 Tom Potter A momentary oversight caused road workers to make an unfortunate error when they accidentally entombed a hedgehog in asphalt. Masked pair threaten Co-op staff with hammer and flee with four figure sum near Dunmow Thursday, July 6, 2017 Tom Potter Co-op staff were threatened into handing over a four figure sum of cash to two masked robbers – one armed with a hammer – in Flitch Green, near Great Dunmow. Two men held on Class A drug charges following arrests in Ipswich Thursday, July 6, 2017 Tom Potter Two men have been remanded in custody after being charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs. Had your bike stolen in the last month? Police could have some good news for you Thursday, July 6, 2017 Tom Potter Police are seeking the owners of bikes recovered from a home in Ipswich. Aldeburgh exhibition showcases artist’s unexpected approach to the everyday Thursday, July 6, 2017 Tom Potter Paintings from an artist’s three-decade career will be on display at an Aldeburgh gallery from Saturday, July 15. Jail for Colchester con man who ran off with woman’s life savings before she died Wednesday, July 5, 2017 Tom Potter A man who pressured vulnerable people into paying him for work he never carried out has been jailed. Independent Thoroughfare traders launch as Parkside Shops, with special promotions, in Woodbridge Wednesday, July 5, 2017 Tom Potter A group of independent shops are banding together to host a day of special promotions, as part of a new collective venture on a Suffolk high street.