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A bid by Mid Suffolk District Council to buy the vacant former NatWest bank next to the John Peel Centre has been accepted, the council has confirmed.
A man who collapsed in Harwich High Street this afternoon is believed to have suffered a stroke, according to ambulance staff.
An antique cannonball was uncovered in the front garden of a family home in Felixstowe today.
The British Red Cross is appealing for volunteers to help with its bucket collections at the Ipswich Town v Sheffield United game on March 10.
Police have arrested a 36-year-old man after a runner in woods near Foxhall Stadium reported being attacked at the weekend.
Police have been combing woodland and fields in Kesgrave today as part of work to find missing 43-year-old Paul Moore.
Dozens of firefighters have been called to a fire that has broken out in the roof of a wine bar in Halstead.
Highways England is set to answer some key questions on Orwell Bridge closures next week, as bosses address councillors in Ipswich on the latest measures.
Talented students at Suffolk New College organised and filmed their own Jools Holland-style show showcasing some of Suffolk’s brightest talent.
Essex Police officers have arrested two people following an incident on the A120 today.
Suffolk looks set for snow showers for much of next week, as latest forecasts suggest that Tuesday-Saturday is when the flurries will fall.
ActivLives is launching free drop-in gardening sessions for older people in the community and their relatives or carers next month.
Police are investigating a burglary at a business in Halstead where 11 vehicles were stolen.
Firefighters in Essex were called to an unusual incident on the A12 near Boreham where a car on a car transporter was on fire.
An inquest has opened into the death of a 36-year-old man who was struck by a train in Kelvedon last week.
The A12 near Martlesham heath has returned to normal after a stalled vehicle and horsebox caused severe tailbacks earlier this evening
Police are searching for a driver who was pursued for nearly 10 minutes after failing to stop for police.
Plans have been lodged to knock down a derelict former pub in Ipswich and give the land a new lease of life as flats.
An Ipswich care provider which helps support people with complex needs in their homes has been given an ‘inadequate’ rating by a health watchdog after a catalogue of issues were found.
Police have launched a search for a 13-year-old girl from Bradford who went missing while visiting family in peterborough.
Firefighters have been called to a shed fire at a property believed to be owned by the council this morning in Lowestoft.
Councillors have made an impassioned plea to people in Kesgrave to have their say on the future of the town, before it is “lost” and “decided by those who don’t live in Kesgrave”.
Another Suffolk Church of England school is the latest to join the diocese’s multi-academy trust, with trust bosses saying it will join a network of good schools sharing best practice.
Headway Suffolk is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its annual sponsored cycle by introducing a 10 mile walking route.
A volunteer-run pre-school which has been educating youngsters for more than 30 years has expanded to its second pre-school this week – with plans for more in the future.
Time is running out to spend those old £10 notes - make sure you check your purse and piggy banks to see if you have any.
Music industry professionals in Suffolk have warned that a “long, sober look” is needed at supporting live music venues across the country, as a new national survey reveals threats to the future of some spaces.
Police in Suffolk have introduced stickers which motorists can put on their vans warning thieves that the van is empty of tools.
One of Hadleigh’s main high street banks is set to close this summer as numbers of customers using the branch have plummeted.
A woman who stabbed and slashed a man in Clacton while demanding money has been handed a life sentence.
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