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Firefighters were alerted to reports that a combine harvester was on fire yesterday afternoon, Sunday August 13.
Officers are appealing for information following a theft in Yoxford.
Essex Police are asking anyone with information to come forward after two men with knives stole cash from the till.
A vets in Felixstowe is warning pet owners of a new virus after a rabbit suddenly died.
The spectacle at The Treehouse, EACH’s hospice in Ipswich, is a mini-festival for all the 240 people across Suffolk and East Essex who access the charity’s services.
Girl power football club, Capel Plough FC were the first ballgirls to attend Ipswich Town FC on August 5 for the first match of this season.
The Colchester Community Policing Team arrested two men today, August 9, in connection with ongoing investigations in to pedal cycle thefts.
Police in Lowestoft are warning motorists to be vigilant with security following a spate of vehicle crime in the town.
Two men from Ipswich have been sentenced today for offences relating to the sales and storage of illegal tobacco.
Ipswich Town FC are showing appreciation of the emergency services by providing free tickets to the local hospital staff for the opener against Birmingham on August 5.
Families with babies and toddlers took part in special fundraising classes throughout June and July to raise money for Ipswich based children’s charity, Tommy’s.
Eager yoga enthusiasts and animal lovers enjoyed perfect weather for the first class in the peaceful country location.
Geno Washington will perform with the Ram Jam Band live in Halesworth this August.
Families enjoy watching jousting at Framlingham Castle as the event returns for a second year.
Families of all ages gathered this weekend at the Saxmundham Music Festival.
A Knodishall care home has been branded as ‘inadequate’ after an unannounced inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Thought to be the oldest of its kind in Suffolk, a card shop in a seaside town is celebrating its 70th year.
Set in the heart of Suffolk at Helmingham Hall, the tenth Suffolk Dog Day was underway yesterday, Sunday July 30.
After almost a year of reconstruction, the first part of new Felixstowe Pier opened to the public.
In the space of three months, Africa Alive has experienced three high profile births that are all coincidentally from black and white animals.
A former geography teacher from Essex says that schoolchildren should be taught more about what to do if a natural disaster occurs after getting caught up in the earthquake which hit Kos last week.
A class of eight and nine year olds visited Hartismere Place care as part of the Archie Project, an initiative set-up by the charity Reminiscence Learning and introduced by Care UK at the home.
Staff at Yaxley House care home in Yaxley, near Eye are celebrating their latest CQC inspection.
Rail passengers in Suffolk are advised to check before they travel as engineering works are due to start on the Ipswich to Lowestoft line for nine days from July 29.
An RAF Voyager tanker plane and two RAF Lakenheath-based F15 fighter jets came within seconds of disaster over the North Sea after a flight controller was distracted by a phone call, according to an official report.
“We are devastated... He was a son and brother to be proud of”.
British-caught cod is back on the menu for shoppers and diners who care if their fish is sustainable, a decade after stocks came close to collapse.
The burglary took place at an address near the town centre earlier this month.
The man has been remanded in custody after being charged with a burglary that took place last month.
Leiston’s Alde Valley Academy hosted its annual Fun Day on Sunday.
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