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Fifteen people have been arrested in the last two years for begging for money or sleeping rough on the streets of Suffolk.

Householders in Ipswich owe more than £1million in council tax arrears from a single year, it has emerged.

Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy what is thought to be Ipswich’s first ever performance of a world-famous piece of music from 1610.

It may seem like something out of a sci-fi movie, but patients of the future will be able get medical advice from a digital doctor with Artificial Intelligence.

Despite having a fear of crowds, a Felixstowe woman is taking on one of the biggest public races in the UK to support the charity for which she works.

Agency consultants at Ipswich Hospital are being paid up to £126 per hour to fill gaps in the rota, it has been revealed.

A social club for disabled people which was launched in Ipswich five decades ago is still thriving today, welcoming new members and looking to expand its services.

More young patients in Suffolk are now able to benefit from specialist oxygen therapy thanks to a donation.

Training nurses from the University of Suffolk have enjoyed a trip overseas learning about how the healthcare practice works in Asia.

More than one child is exploited in Suffolk every day, new figures have revealed, but a charity boss has warned this is “just the tip of the iceberg”.

The chief executive of national charity Mind has said leaders need to “turn rhetoric into reality” in order to truly bridge the gap between physical and mental health services.

A man thought to be in his 70s was rushed to hospital in a serious condition today after he collapsed in a supermarket.

Water has been restored to a Suffolk school after a burst pipe and subsequent sinkhole forced it to close yesterday.

An Ipswich women’s group dedicated to raising money for good causes celebrated its first birthday with cake and dancing.

Spectators of a sixth form production helped raise more than £200 to support Suffolk people suffering from AIDS and HIV.

Two Suffolk walkers are taking on an epic challenge this summer to help veterans who are struggling to cope with life after the military.

A new phone-line and extra support groups are to be laid on in Suffolk to help people improve their mental health.

An Ipswich man who is on trial for attempted rape has said he gave a different account in interviews after his arrest because his head “scrambles” when he is nervous.

Collages created by a group of Women’s Institute members using images and text from 1970s magazines are on display in Ipswich.

Have you seen Mabel?

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

She has delighted viewers for almost a decade, but an expert fears Mabel the celebrity tawny owl may be gone for good.

Audience members will be thrown back to the 17th Century this weekend as performers take to the stage to give their rendition of a world-famous piece of music.

Armed police descended on a Suffolk street this afternoon following reports of a man being attacked by his own dog.

A 23-year-old man died in Essex yesterday as a result of a stab wound to the heart, it has been confirmed.

A 13-year-old girl who was reported missing yesterday has been found “safe and well” by police officers tonight.

The future looks bright for one teenage art prodigy from Essex who is enjoying growing recognition for his designs.

Details of a multi-million-pound project to make travelling in Bury St Edmunds easier for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians have been announced today.

A decade after leaders vowed to eradicate street prostitution in Ipswich, new figures have revealed sex working in the town is on the rise.

Campaigners have succeeded in getting the speed limit reduced near an Ipswich school after an eight-month battle.

Students put an Ipswich runner to the test ahead of a big race and found he is just as fit as a professional footballer.

A car left the road and went into a ditch during a crash with another vehicle in Suffolk today.

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