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A motorcyclist has died following a crash on the A12 between Ipswich and Martlesham last night.

Coastguard chiefs are warning people not to climb on the rocks at Ness Point after two young girls were cut off by the tide.

Ice lollies are being handed out to cool passengers down as Greater Anglia prepares for an evening of reduced train services.

People in Suffolk are the warmest you will ever know – that’s the message from care home residents as the first ever Suffolk Day dawns.

People living in Ipswich and Colchester are being invited to learn more about new cultures with a series of storytelling and percussion workshops.

More than 90 new jobs have been created for people in Ipswich by the new B&M store opening at Anglia Retail Park, bosses have said.

Patients across Suffolk and north Essex are to benefit from the expansion of a nationwide diabetes prevention programme, NHS chiefs have said.

Thrill seekers are to take on an assault course under the Orwell Bridge while food fans will be served up sizzling sausages during the first ever Suffolk Day.

Three generations of police motorcyclists came together for a special Father’s Day surprise in Suffolk today which saw dozens ride out under the Orwell Bridge.

A Suffolk man who relies on people giving blood to back up multiple transfusions is supporting an urgent call for more donors.

Dozens of people came together at a Kesgrave pub to collect thousands of pounds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Firefighters are urging people to install carbon monoxide alarms after a Suffolk family of five potentially had their lives saved by one following a suspected chemical leak.

A Labrador found injured after a serious crash in Lawford had a lucky escape, a vet has said as detectives work to establish the circumstances.

Greater Anglia train services between Ipswich and Stowmarket are back to normal following delays and revisions this afternoon because of overhead wire problems.

Three generations of police motorcyclists came together for a special Father’s Day surprise in Suffolk today which saw dozens ride out under the Orwell Bridge.

Charity bosses at RSPB Minsmere have said goodbye to the BBC Springwatch studio – marking the end of an era for the east Suffolk reserve.

Drivers across Suffolk and north Essex are being warned they could face travel disruption from tomorrow due to a number of roadworks projects taking place on major routes.

Firefighters were called to Sailmakers shopping centre in Tavern Street tonight to reports someone had seen smoke coming from the top of the building.

Emergency services including an East Anglian Air Ambulance crew rushed to the scene of a serious crash in Hadleigh last night.

Starry-eyed Sir Elton John fans turned out in their thousands as the music legend’s long-awaited concert at Portman Road got underway.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a crash between a car and a motorcyclist in Lawford, near Manningtree.

Ambulance crews, firefighters from five stations and a number of police cars were sent to the scene of a single vehicle crash in north Suffolk this evening.

Firefighters worked to put out the flames after being called to a large kitchen fire in Newmarket this evening.

Police units and the NPAS helicopter were called to Sirdar Road in Ipswich last night after receiving reports six or seven men had been acting suspiciously in the area.

Temperatures in East Anglia could soar to 30C this weekend as the region experiences a three-day heatwave, forecasters have said.

An Olympic star joined dozens of Suffolk primary school pupils in making a splash ahead of the Great East Swim.

The number of people with dog attack injuries being treated at Ipswich Hospital’s A&E has nearly trebled in the past decade, latest figures show.

A 34-year-old man from Saxmundham is being questioned after he was arrested on suspicion of possessing offensive weapons in the early hours of this morning.

An original Beatles concert programme signed by Paul McCartney is among a number of relics set to go under the hammer at a Suffolk auction.

Football fans in Ipswich and Colchester were involved in a number of incidents which caused fellow rail passengers to report their behaviour to British Transport Police during the 2015/16 season, new data reveals.

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