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Orford/Ipswich: People smugglers who were part of organised crime plot to get illegal immigrants into the country through Orford Quay are jailed

Three Ukranians who were part of an organised crime gang’s attempt to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK under the cover of darkness at Orford Quay have been jailed.

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Man charged with raping an elderly woman.

Felixstowe: Man charged with rape of elderly woman

A man has tonight been charged with the rape of an elderly woman in Felixstowe.

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UK: Former BNP leader Nick Griffin expelled from the party

The former leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin, has been expelled from the party.

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Sir Bob Russell, MP for Colchester, and Bill Frame, councillor for Castle ward, Colchester, support use of green road surfacing which has been banned by Essex County Council.

Colchester: Colourful roads banned in Essex

A row has broken out over the colour of driveways in a Colchester road.

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Stolen jewellery recovered from East London

Gallery: Is this stolen jewellery yours?

Detectives have recovered a stash of jewellery and watches believed to have been stolen in burglaries through-out East Anglia.

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Three kittens were bludgeoned to death and left by the side of the road at Benhall Green.

Suffolk: Three kittens found bludgeoned to death by side of the road at Benhall Green

An investigation is under way today after someone bludgeoned to death three small kittens – and left them by the side of the road.

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Sirena Seaways, which served the DFDS route from Harwich to Esbjerg until the service ended on September 29, 2014. The ferry will now be redeployed to its Estonia to Sweden route (Kapellskär to Paldiski)

Harwich: Sadness as historic ferry link to Esbjerg lost, with loss of eight jobs in Essex

A historic ferry link between Essex and Denmark has been cancelled due to dwindling passenger numbers.

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Bury St Edmunds: J D Wetherspoon FD Kirk Davis to succeed Matthew Fearn as Greene King CFO

Pubs and brewing group Greene King today confirmed that chief financial officer Matthew Fearn, who has been absent from work since February with a long-term illness, will not be returning to the role.

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East Suffolk: Nine villages turn up the heat on Suffolk County Council over A12 bypass proposals

Nine villages in east Suffolk have united in calling for firmer action to be taken to achieve long-standing bypass ambitions.

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Bures/Witham: Optician banned from practising after providing inferior lenses and overcharging patients by more than £12,000

An optician who overcharged patients in Essex by more than £12,000 by providing inferior lenses has been found guilty of “serious dishonesty” and barred from practising.

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Bury St Edmunds: Treatt on track to meet expectations for full-year profits

Flavour and fragrance ingredients company Treat said today that its revenues and pre-tax profit for the year to September 30 would be in line with its expectations.

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Lulu is coming to the Ipswich Regent next May.

Ipswich: Grammy-nominated Lulu to perform at Regent Theatre on May 25, 2015

Here’s something to shout about. Lulu is hitting the road for her first solo UK tour in more than 10 years, including a date at the Ipswich Regent.

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        Sir Bob Russell, MP for Colchester, and Bill Frame, councillor for Castle ward, Colchester, support use of green road surfacing which has been banned by Essex County Council.

        Colchester: Colourful roads banned in Essex

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Stolen jewellery recovered from East London

Gallery: Is this stolen jewellery yours?

Detectives have recovered a stash of jewellery and watches believed to have been stolen in burglaries through-out East Anglia.

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Our Sourced Locally initiative scoops another national award

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Jonny Williams celebrates scoring at Sheffield Wednesday shortly after coming on as a sub

REPORT & GALLERY: Sheffield Wednesday 1 Ipswich Town 1

Substitute Jonny Williams made an instant impact on his Ipswich Town debut, grabbing a point for the Blues, within five minutes of his introduction, in the 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night.

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Jonny Williams celebrates scoring at Sheffield Wednesday shortly after coming on as a sub

REACTION & GALLERY: Ipswich Town boss hails ‘flipping brilliant’ Jonny Williams goal in draw at Sheffield Wednesday

Mick McCarthy hailed Jonny Williams’ impact after the Crystal Palace loan man celebrated his Blues debut with the equaliser in the 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night.

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Jay Tabb gets to a header before Sheffield Wednesday's Liam Palmer

BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town travel to a happy hunting ground tonight, when they take on Sheffield Wednesday, at Hillsborough.

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Ipswich Town new boy likely to start at Sheffield Wednesday and be permanent fixture in team

Jonny Williams is set to make his second bow for Ipswich Town at Sheffield Wednesday tonight, as Mick McCarthy continues to tinker with a winning formula.

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Essex: MP warned not to use planning as a ‘political football’ in row over Colchester United’s Tiptree training ground

An Essex MP has been urged not to make planning a “political football” in a row over Colchester United’s training ground.

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Rhys Healey is mobbed after scoring on his debut at Crewe on Saturday

‘I just have to wait for my time to come now’ – Colchester United loanee Rhys Healey

Rhys Healey was “buzzing,” after marking his Colchester United debut with a goal in Saturday’s 3-0 win at bottom club Crewe.

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Rhys Healey scoring on his debut at Crewe on Saturday

Freddie Sears hails Colchester United debutant Rhys Healey

Colchester United’s Freddie Sears was full of praise for fellow striker Rhys Healey, following Saturday’s terrific 3-0 win at bottom club Crewe.

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