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Five teachers are retiring from the profession after a collective 90 years at the same Suffolk school.

Hundreds of disability benefit claimants in Suffolk and north Essex, including terminally ill cancer patients, were forced to attend tribunals to get the support they were entitled to.

Suffolk organisations are saying “enough is enough” and calling for better opportunities for people living in rural areas.

A renowned wildlife artist will be exhibiting his latest work at the Suffolk nature reserve that has inspired many of his paintings.

When Sue Forster started work as a young barmaid at Earl Soham’s Victoria in 1985, customers could buy a pint of beer for less than a £1 and lasagna was the new dish on the menu for just £2.95.

A community group is seeking support to save social housing in a Suffolk town amid concerns it could be lost for commercial gain.

A Suffolk woodland session on identifying moths proved so “fascinating” organisers have planned another event later this year.

A Suffolk care home has raised more than £600 for a neonatal ward to care for premature babies.

A Suffolk town council has become the first authority of its kind in the county to receive a national award recognising its work to go “above and beyond” its duties in governance.

The headteacher at a federation of small Suffolk schools has been left “overawed” after receiving a national award recognising her work as a “driving force” behind the partnership.

A woman was freed from a car after a crash in Essex this morning.

The weather warning of heavy rain, hail and thunderstorms for Suffolk and Essex remain a threat today.

A pedestrian hit her head during a collision with a car in Ipswich.

Suffolk police officers were called-out early this morning to tape off part of a village which had flooded following a water main problem.

A young cyclist is reported to have suffered facial injuries in a collision with a car in Suffolk this morning.

Train crew shortages have led to the cancellation of two services through Suffolk this morning.

Ticket sales have been announced for next year’s Latitude Festival in Suffolk – before the dust has even settled on its latest outing.

A teenage boy is reported to have followed a younger girl through a Suffolk cemetery where he said things which made her feel “uncomfortable”.

A Suffolk hockey club is seeking boys to join a new team it is able to set up following a Lottery grant.

A car crashed into a front garden of an Ipswich home this afternoon after its driver suffered a suspected stroke at the wheel.

A moped rider suffered a serious arm injury after a collision with a van or lorry in north Suffolk sent her flying into a roadside bush.

A driver has been detained by police after fleeing the scene of an accident in which a car overturned on the A14 causing hours of delays for motorists in Suffolk.

A Suffolk school has presented a share of its five-figure fundraising total to a charity supporting seriously ill children in the region.

Police are appealing for help finding a man with Mohawk hairstyle in connection with a burglary - eight months after it was first reported.

Police in Suffolk have received reports of so-called “Nottingham Knockers” operating in the south of the county attempting to sell low-value household products, often of dubious quality, at hugely inflated prices.

Framlingham’s Ed Sheeran has made a fleeting cameo appearance in the first episode of the highly-anticipated new season of Game of Thrones.

Stargazers in Suffolk and Essex missed out on catching a glimpse of the northern lights last night.

A crash on the A12 near the Latitude Festival ground has caused delays for motorists this evening.

A driver is said to have been lucky to have escaped a crash in Suffolk unharmed after their car suffered severe damage.

A Suffolk riverside town’s celebration of its rich maritime history is reported to have been a “record year”.

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