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An addiction charity is hoping to secure its future for another 20 years after announcing the sale their iconic premises on Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds.

The annual summer production in Stowmarket is underway, with families invited to see The Railway Children this week.

The “original” open gardens are returning to west Suffolk, as the village of Walsham-le-willows gears up for the bank holiday weekend.

Police have arrested a man in connection with a robbery at a shop in Maldon Road, Colchester.

Part of the A14 has re-opened after a lorry towing a trailer with a ride-on lawnmower on top crashed near Stowmarket this morning (August 18).

Two cars and a motorbike have crashed on the A12, near Saxmundham this morning (August 18), with some disruption to rush hour traffic.

Entertainer Michael Barrymore is entitled to “more than nominal” damages against Essex Police over the wrongful arrest which he says destroyed his career, a High Court judge has ruled.

A dry start in the region today (August 18) will be followed by heavy showers later in the afternoon.

The remains of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague were not among bones and animal waste discovered at the Great Blakenham incinerator, it has been confirmed.

The two “best friends” who died after tragic crash on Wednesday (August 9), have been named as Zac Smith and Kye Mclean, both aged just 18 and from the Sudbury area.

Tributes have been paid to the talented Long Melford musician and “kindhearted” gentleman Rowland Higgins, who has died just weeks after a charity concert was held in his honour.

Touted one of the most popular and thriving markets in the country, traders at the Bury St Edmunds traditional provisions market are starting to feel the pinch, it has been claimed.

Four utility companies are set to work together to “minimise disruption” on a main road through a west Suffolk town.

A number of pigs died after the lorry they were being carried in overturned on the A134 in west Suffolk today.

A crackdown on targeting gang-related crime in Chelmsford, has seen 28 people arrested and around £12,000 worth of drugs seized in recent weeks.

A teenager will appear in court this morning to face various firearms offences in connection with the Chelmsford murder of John Pordage.

The Met Office have issued a yellow warning of rain for Suffolk and north Essex this morning (August 9), which is set to last until midnight.

A major furniture store in Bury St Edmunds is set for a £1million refurbishment.

The maximum prison term for violent disorder must be increased in order to save lives, according to the wife of a Suffolk man left “trapped” in his body after a horrific attack by “mindless” football hooligans.

The 115th annual fayre and flower show in a Mid Suffolk town has been hailed a success – despite the rain.

Two thieves smashed through a Sudbury shop door with a brick and tried to steal cigarettes.

Another gas leak on a main road between Stowmarket and Needham Market has caused severe disruption, with bus services cut back.

A man is in a critical condition after a motorbike crash in Ipswich, with police appealing for anyone who saw the bike before or during the incident to come forward.

Armed police descended on Nacton Road, Ipswich, as they executed a drugs warrant.

Police have warned drivers to expect disruption on the A12 northbound after a three-vehicle crash left a man in a life-threatening condition.

Coastguard were called after a woman saw a man jump from the Bascule Bridge, in Lowestoft, this morning.

A Colchester community police officer waded through mud and nettles to recover a stolen safe which will soon be reunited with its owner.

Suffolk churches are embracing the cashless revolution in a bid to halt declining donations, with contactless and card payments being trialed.

A woman aged 29 has been arrested after allegedly spraying multiple offensive messages on the side of the TK Maxx store in Newmarket.

The investigation into the disappearance of Corrie McKeague is increasingly focused on waste from a few bins behind a row of shops in Bury St Edmunds.

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