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A woman is being supported by specialist officers after being raped in Colchester in the early hours of this morning.

A community school art project has helped break down the “invisible barrier” between the Whitehouse and Whitton wards in Ipswich, a former mayor has claimed.

A cow which escaped from a field forced police to close the A14 for more than an hour in Suffolk tonight.

Her interactive presentation, which focussed on the importance of e-safety for young people, at the pupil referral unit in Spring Road was praised by the academy’s deputy head Trudy Read.

Suffolk’s unsung heroes, community stalwarts and charitable organisations were recognised for the work they do in Suffolk at this year’s High Sheriff’s Awards.

A knife was recovered by firefighters from a river near Ipswich train station as part of a police investigation this evening.

A grieving Ipswich father whose 26-year-old son died in a car crash is demanding a change in the law over the “ridiculous” rules regarding compensation for bereavement paid by insurance companies.

Just under 200 women took part in the second-annual, multi-terrain charity fun run.

Orwell Park School near Ipswich has held its annual charity fun run.

An 86-year-old man from Ipswich who was reported missing to police earlier today has been found safe and well.

Clacton MP Douglas Carswell has announced he is leaving UKIP to become an independent MP after helping the party to achieve Brexit.

A 15-year-old girl from Ipswich who was reported missing to police this morning has been found “safe and well”.

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Khalid Masood, 52, was shot dead by police after mowing down pedestrians in a car on Westminster Bridge and stabbing to death Pc Keith Palmer in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament yesterday.

Patrick Casey, 13, who is from the Frinton-on-Sea area in north-east Essex, has been reported as missing to police.

The male model, who was crowned winner of The Great Pottery Throw Down on BBC Two tonight, has also revealed his love of clay was sparked by a Tinder date.

More than £75,000 has been given away to good causes in Suffolk to recognise the outstanding work they do in the community.

Students and staff from St Joseph’s College will be strutting the catwalk to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) on Saturday.

An alleged child sex offence is recorded by police almost every four hours in Suffolk and Essex in total, an investigation has revealed.

An Ipswich nursery owner has warned the government’s decision to offer 30 free hours of childcare a week to parents could result in the closures of early year providers in the town.

A woman who was stabbed to death by her husband, who is believed to have then killed himself, had moved out of their marital home in Stowmarket a month before their deaths, an inquest heard.

Nigel Burgoyne, headteacher at Kesgrave High School, said budget reserves are becoming depleted after years of savings, leaving Suffolk’s school leaders “struggling” to avoid staff redundancies and curriculum cuts.

An Ipswich great-grandfather died in hospital four days after a head injury which he suffered in a fall at a care home was not reported to the on-call doctor, an inquest has heard.

The first sponsors have been unveiled for this year’s Raising the Bar Awards, but time is running out for people to nominate unsung educational heroes across Suffolk.

A Suffolk care assistant committed suicide by overdosing on drugs after her husband took his own life, an inquest has ruled.

A Suffolk detective has warned of the hidden dangers of cocaine during an inquest into the death of a man from Kirton who accidentally overdosed on what the officer described as “an extremely common drug”.

Average house prices have risen by around £60,000 over the last five years in Suffolk and north-east Essex, new figures reveal.

The education watchdog gave the nursery the lowest possible rating and said children’s welfare is “compromised”.

The manager and staff are positive role models, children are given a broad range of activities in a calm and friendly atmosphere, and staff work closely with parents to understand children’s needs, the education watchdog said.

London-based food delivery network Deliveroo is launching in Ipswich today with more than 15 restaurants signed up to its service.

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