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A Co-op store in Ipswich has hosted a roadshow event as part of a campaign to protect shopworkers from anti-social behaviour.

Woodbridge Country Market has faced a recent downturn in trade as many people do not realise it is still open due to the extensive building work at Deben Swimming Pool.

A lorry overturned on the A14 near Felixstowe this afternoon, causing major traffic disruption in the area.

The body of a 69-year-old man was found in the sea at Frinton this morning.

Hundreds got into the Christmas spirit last night as Ipswich switched on its spectacular Christmas lights.

Couldn’t make it into Ipswich to see the spectacular Christmas lights switch-on this evening? Don’t worry – you can watch it here.

A man arrested in connection with the murder of father-of-five Dean Stansby in Ipswich has been released from custody.

A man has been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of murder following an incident in Braintree in Essex.

A 38-year-old woman from Ipswich who was reported missing earlier this evening has been found safe and well.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a white transit-style van hit a pedestrian in Colchester and drove away.

The Surviving Winter campaign is back in its seventh year having helped more than 600 of the most vulnerable households across Suffolk in 2016.

Firefighters helped release three people trapped in their cars following a four-vehicle crash in Chelmondiston near Ipswich this morning.

Ram raiders have smashed into the side of a Co-op store in Long Melford near Sudbury ripping a cash machine out of the wall.

A former army officer from Suffolk is preparing to run a marathon a day for 15 days along the Western Front to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Crews have tackled a fire in Barton Mills where the wheels of a fuel tanker were alight.

A static caravan has been destroyed in a fire in Jaywick which is believed to have been started deliberately.

The nation fell silent this morning to remember the brave men and women who have given their lives for their country - as the UK marks Armistice Day.

Hundreds got to see the world famous Flying Scotsman locomotive this morning as it steamed through the Suffolk countryside.

Police are investigating two ‘frightening’ burglaries in Essex where armed men broke into homes in Witham and Braintree.

A cross carved from a pew from Hadleigh church has been laid at the grave of a 23-year-old Suffolk prisoner of war buried in a war cemetery in Japan.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving after a car span out of control and collided with a crash barrier on the A11 at Newmarket this morning,

The world’s most famous locomotive - The Flying Scotsman - is steaming through Suffolk this morning.

A charity which supports homeless people in Ipswich has been hit by fraudsters who made away with £8,500 from its fundraising bank account.

A woman who has raised thousands of pounds for charity through selling jam outside her home in Yoxford says jam thieves have struck again.

A 19-year-old man has been banned from the road for 16 months after crashing into a police rolling roadblock on the A14 near Ipswich while tailgating an ambulance at high speed.

A man has been jailed for three years after attempting to smuggle an Iraqi family into the UK through Harwich International Port.

Roadworks at both ends of Portman Road in Ipswich are causing traffic tailbacks in the area.

Essex Police has been rated ‘good’ in a new police efficiency report despite having the lowest cost per head than any other force in the country.

A TV, laptop, cameras and a quantity of cash were stolen during a burglary in Bradfield Combust near Bury St Edmunds.

Ipswich Hospital has reviewed its mental health procedures after a 66-year-old man died on a ward having told staff he had considered suicide in the weeks leading up to his death.

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