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A married couple who died this week are thought to have fallen down the stairs of their Aldeburgh home.

Tributes have been paid to a “kind, sweet and funny” young woman who was killed in a serious road accident earlier this week.

Suffolk pupils are making mud pies and hunting for bugs as part of a new outdoor learning initiative to help them learn more about the environment.

New trustees are being sought to help shape the future of a Suffolk museum as it prepares for an £800,000 revamp.

A jackknifed lorry has caused major traffic delays on the A14 in west Suffolk this morning.

The 90-year-old man who was found with serious injuries at the Suffolk home where his wife’s lifeless body was discovered, has also died.

A woman has died in a serious crash in north Suffolk – the second road fatality in the county during the past week.

Fears have been raised that an Ipswich street has become inundated with drivers breaking the speed limit.

A child has been injured after reportedly being hit by a suspect’s vehicle during a police car chase in Ipswich.

A vehicle hitting a bridge in north Essex is causing rail service delays.

The chilly autumnal snap which saw temperatures drop close to freezing in parts of the region last night is set to continue into next week’s school half-term holidays.

A social media expert who moved to Suffolk after falling in love with its depiction on a television comedy has been appointed to a key business role in the county.

Suffolk Highways has received a national award for providing “real and tangible benefits to the community it serves”.

Highways bosses have come under fire for rejecting traffic calming measures in a Suffolk village – despite a developer offering to pay the costs.

People have been warned not to approach a convicted burglar who has absconded from an open prison in Suffolk.

A charity which owns land in one of Suffolk’s most iconic coastal villages has admitted to “multiple unlawful property transactions” costing it £1.1million.

Expectant parents may feel pressured into terminating pregnancies unnecessarily, claim members of the Down’s Syndrome Support Group in Ipswich who are calling for a more balanced perspective.

A post-mortem examination is due to take place tomorrow into the sudden death of a woman in her 50s.

Parents of vulnerable children with complex needs have raised safeguarding fears about a Suffolk special school after pupils returned home with unexplained injuries – some requiring hospital attention.

A Suffolk artist’s celebration of a “band of brothers” and their selfless work saving lives at sea is set for its first public exhibition – after a year of “nonstop painting”.

Neighbours have told of their shock over the unexplained death of a woman in a quiet Suffolk cul-de-sac.

Public service are increasingly turning to charities for support in rural Suffolk – amid growing demands and stretched finances.

A Suffolk village is set to become the stage “for a feast of art activity” as part of the world’s largest drawing festival.

Highways bosses have pledged to consider “all possible solutions” to a bridge closure, amid major concerns in the communities which rely on the crossing .

A village pub recently rescued from closure has appointed a renowned head chef to help its ambitions to make the most of the abundance of nearby Suffolk food suppliers.

The eighth Framlingham Sausage Festival gets underway this weekend, with organisers expecting record crowds – but what is it all about?

Indie-rockers The Noisettes will be adding an extra sparkle to one of Suffolk’s largest fireworks displays next month.

Justice minister Rory Stewart has said sex offenders will only move to a Suffolk open prison if it does not put the public at risk.

A Colchester army barracks has been transformed into “the military equivalent of a motorway service station” to support 250 military vehicles and 500 soldiers en route to a major NATO exercise in Norway.

Fire crews were called to rescue a car which had become stuck in a deep ditch on the side of the A14 following a collision with a lorry.

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