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The mother of missing serviceman Corrie McKeague has spoken about facing her son’s 24th birthday without him, as the family face their “toughest” month since he disappeared.
Parents and teachers are preparing to fight cuts to school transport in the Thurston catchment area, as claims it amounts to discrimination against Suffolk’s rural communities.
A Suffolk family with relatives living in Barbuda have raised more than £18,000 to help with the relief efforts after Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean island.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision on the A11 at Red Lodge yesterday.
The A140 near Thwaite is currently blocked southbound after a crash between a van and a lorry.
Firefighters tackled a blaze at a property in Lowestoft.
Three men wearing Hawaiian shirts are being sought by Essex Police after a staff member at Essex County Cricket Ground, in Chelmsford.
A six week campaign to encourage anybody who uses Bury St Edmunds town centre to help shape its future, has finished.
A new giant artwork in Colchester was unveiled by the Mayor Gerard Oxford on Saturday at Alderwood care home.
Here are the major roadworks taking place across the East of England region this coming week.
Anglian Radio has unveiled a new single programme line up for its five stations – Town 102, The Beach, Dream 100, North Norfolk Radio and Radio Norwich.
The annual Doughnut Dash took place in Colchester on Sunday, with dozens of runners consuming hundreds of doughnuts while running 5km.
Thousands of women and children descended on Bury St Edmunds for the Girls Big Night Out hospice fundraiser, lighting up the streets with their bunny ears as they walked through the town.
The talented artist behind the popular Hedgepig on Ipswich’s Pigs Gone Wild trail has died, St Elizabeth Hospice have announced.
An Ipswich father has spoken of his worry as his son, daughter-in-law and grandson hunker down in the Bahamas as Hurricane Irma heads straight for them.
Police are appealing for witnesses or information following an incident of suspected arson in Hoxne.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was punched while sitting in his car at Toby Carvery, Braintree.
The thriving town of Bury St Edmunds is becoming a “victim of its own success”, it has been claimed, as soaring house prices and rents force younger people to live elsewhere or stay at home.
Villagers in Mid Suffolk today breathed a sigh of relief after plans for 49 homes, which risked harming listed buildings in the iconic medieval centre of Woolpit, were rejected.
Plans to build 130 homes in Sudbury have faced a backlash from green belt campaigners.
The annual biking and walking charity event in support of Suffolk churches takes place this weekend.
The ambitious £10million plan for a “gallop in the sky” to further boost Newmarket’s reputation as the ‘home of horseracing’ is set to be decided.
Plans for nearly 250 homes in a central Suffolk village will be decided this week, as the latest tranche of developments in the area come forward.
Villagers were confronted with “carnage” at their local store this morning (September 4), after ram raiders destroyed the front of the Earls Colne Co-op and made off with a cash machine.
A lorry brought down telephones lines in Felixstowe after a collision this morning.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child, Kensington Palace has announced.
The A145 near Beccles has reopened after a diesel spill closed the road earlier this morning.
Comedian and folk singer Richard Digance has avoided a driving ban - after speeding on the Orwell Bridge - due to the hardship it could cause a Suffolk singer he is touring with.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary that took place in Felixstowe.
The A14 westbound carriageway is set to close at Stowmarket today, as Highways England work to carry out more repairs to a damaged bridge joint.
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