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The centenary of the end of the First World War is now just three weeks away with ceremonies to mark the Armistice happening across the world as well as here at home in East Anglia.

It may be impossible to provide rail franchises that satisfy everyone – that is the warning from transport expert Christian Wolmar after Greater Anglia’s financial headaches emerged this week.

Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter has been re-elected as chair of the all party parliamentary group on global health.

Councils in East Anglia have been given millions of pounds to help hospitals in the region cope with expected winter pressures.

One of the attractive characteristics of many people in Suffolk is the way they see the county in a slightly understated way – they may know it’s a special place but they’re not sure they should shout about it.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has given top marks to one of the smallest schools in Suffolk during a visit – boosting its hopes of expanding in the future.

Rail services on Greater Anglia have effectively received an £80m subsidy over the last year - from Dutch taxpayers.

Ipswich council’s new Crown Car Park has been given a top award for its safety features and ease of access.

You can save £16 on a walk-on fare to from Ipswich to London if you know your way around the complex ticket system.

Ipswich council is stepping up the battle against empty homes in the town in a bid to bring more back into use and ease the housing crisis.

Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has called on the government to end an anomaly that keeps rail fares from Ipswich higher than other stations with commuters to London.

How far can you expect a jar to travel by sea from the end of Southwold Pier? To the heart of the German industrial area – via Calais.

With Ipswich’s new flood defence barrier now almost ready to protect the town, an earlier attempt to reduce the risk of flooding is now being removed from the New Cut.

Improvements must be made to a vital rail crossing on the Suffolk/Essex border if the area is to be able to grow as needed, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is to be told.

Rail services on the East Suffolk line will run only as far as Beccles for the next two weekends as Network Rail upgrades lines in the Lowestoft area.

Police have confirmed a 19-year-old local man has died following an accident on the A14 in Suffolk.

Suffolk police have issued a plea in bid to find Ipswich woman Natalie Robinson who has been reported missing from her home near the town centre.

ATM raiders have caused serious damage to an historic building in Long Melford in an early-morning raid at a newsagents.

The A14 westbound is likely to be closed at Rougham near Bury St Edmunds is still shut after a serious accident in the early hours.

Essex police have appealed for witnesses after a man was injured trying to stop car thieves shortly before midnight on Friday.

Police release more details about two seperate stabbing incidents overnight in Ipswich.

A demand that Suffolk should use greener energy and work harder to eliminate fuel poverty will be debated at the county council’s full meeting next week.

Senior Babergh councillor Margaret Maybury is facing calls to stand down after she was accused of making derogatory comments about people with mental health problems at a conference on the subject.

Which services should face budget cuts as Suffolk County Council struggles to trim its budget by £25m over the next financial year.

The new fountain in the round pond at Christchurch Park has been installed and tested – and is being made ready for its first major test over the Remembrance ceremonies next month.

Ipswich council made almost £700,000 from illegally parked cars in the town over the last year. Their parking control staff deserve to be congratulated – let’s see if they can push the figure up to £1m this year!

As the world prepares to mark next month’s centenary of the armistice that ended the First World War, a poignant tribute to the Ipswich’s fallen has been unveiled in Ipswich.

There are six weeks left to find the £43m needed to save the Upper Orwell Crossings, Suffolk County Council’s cabinet has heard.

Suffolk County Council is to scrap its controversial new method of providing home care after three years – and bring in a new system better able to cope with rising demand.

Market traders in Ipswich are hoping for a boost in customer numbers when the work on the Cornhill is complete and Princes Street is fully reopened.

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