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Southwold enjoyed the excitement of the crucial last yards as the world’s top women cyclists completed their 130-kilometre tour of Suffolk and raced to the finishing line at the resort.

Superstar singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has commissioned a special study to see if there are protected Great Crested Newts close to where he wants to build a chapel on his Suffolk estate.

Commuters could suffer delays and problems travelling to work in London tomorrow – due to major problems at Liverpool Street.

More than 1,600 women whose lives have been touched by cancer celebrated survivors, supported sufferers and remembered those they had lost as they took part in an annual Race for Life event.

More than half a million digital items have been borrowed from Suffolk’s libraries in just four years – illustrating a rapid rise in interest in internet borrowing for reading and listening.

Damage caused by vandals has left a vital piece of medical equipment out of action at a popular beauty spot.

Airborne gunners fired a Royal Salute in Colchester to mark the Queen’s Official Birthday.

Eyes turned skyward today as the Queen’s Birthday flypast soared over Suffolk – while those in the aircraft had a fantastic bird’s eye view of the towns and villages below.

Five people were arrested after 75 vehicles were stopped by police during a multi-agency task force operation to catch criminals using the roads.

A community mourning a teenager is hoping good will come from his death – with better facilities and more help for the area’s young people.

Police are investigating after a teenager was attacked by three men in Braintree.

Rotarians in Felixstowe have raised £11,000 from their annual charity boxing tournament.

Communities in east Suffolk have launched a bid for major Government compensation to help them cope with plans for a number of huge energy projects which opponents say will “desecrate” the countryside.

More than 120 people have objected to proposals to increase the size of Debenham by one-third with the addition of nearly 300 new homes.

Entries have opened for this summer’s Felixstowe in Flower competitions – and organisers are hoping for a bumper crop for judges to assess.

Community leaders have given the go-ahead for a new business park on the edge of Ipswich which will bring major benefits for Britain’s top container port and create up to 1,500 jobs.

Six people have been honoured for their outstanding voluntary work to help and serve the community in which they live.

Final approval has been given to create a “fun and contemporary” leisure centre for Leiston and work on the £3.5million project should start in September.

Organisers of one of Felixstowe’s biggest events have been left dismayed and worried about its future after it was decided to leave more than 60 huts on the prom because of beach erosion.

An Ipswich-based community supported living service has received the highest rating from inspectors just two years after they raised serious concerns about its work.

Weathermen have today issued a yellow warning that severe storms and torrential rain are heading for Suffolk over the Bank Holiday.

Two cars were damaged on the Chantry estate in Ipswich today after a forklift truck left the road.

Ram-raiders have left a trail of damage today at a village foodstore – the latest in the region to have been targeted in a series of break-ins.

Police have launched an appeal for witnesses following a serious crash on the A14 at Coddenham which left a woman driver with serious injuries.

The event is taking place at the Duke of Marlborough in Somersham, starting at 7.30pm.

The project is part of the preparations for the creation of a new viewing tower over the Anglo-Saxon site, part of a bold and ambitious £4million lottery-backed scheme called Releasing the Sutton Hoo Story aimed at transform the experience for visitors.

A 24-year-old actor from Suffolk is set to walk the red carpet this weekend at the premiere of his first feature-length film.

Rail officials have met with a travellers’ group to discuss its “great concern” at the progress in dealing with damage caused by a fire at Saxmundham station.

A Suffolk art event held to boost research into breast cancer and help sufferers has raised £220,000 – breaking all records and exceeding organisers’ dreams.

People will be able to find out more about Colchester’s past this weekend on a tour looking back at 2,000 years of history.

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