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Bury St Edmunds/Westley: Ted Baker handbag stolen from house while owner slept on the sofa - police remind owners to lock doors and windows this summer

Opportune thieves have been cashing in on the good weather, snatching handbags through open windows and strolling in through open doors.

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Car crashes into house in The Pastures, Rushmere.

Rushmere St Andrew: Woman suffers minor injuries after car hits property in The Pastures

A woman in her 80s suffered minor injuries after her car hit a home in Suffolk this afternoon.

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Ipswich Crown Court

Bury St Edmunds: Four rogue salesmen sentenced for defrauding customers through water cooler scam

Four rogue salesmen have been sentenced to a combined total of 38 months after fraudulently misleading customers into entering costly financially agreements against their will.

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Exhibition to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1 in Ipswich Town Hall  
Pictured Ipswich mayor and mayoress Bill and Barbara Quinton and with Andrew Beal (left) and David Empson

Ipswich: Exhibition brings home impact of war on town

A special two-day exhibition bringing home the impact of the First World War on the people of Ipswich continues tomorrow.

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Mid Suffolk District Council in Needham Market.

Baylham: Young traveller family’s bid to move homes is unanimously rejected

A young traveller family will not be able to “improve their lives” after their bid to move homes was refused.

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The Green Cemetery in Sudbury (right) which has become a little too green and is in need of attention, compared to the main cemetery (left).

Sudbury: Green burial plot branded a ‘wilderness’ as weeds sprout throughout the meadow

A green cemetery in west Suffolk has been criticised for becoming a little “too green”.

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Wickham Market

Wickham Market: Hopes grow for empty Co-op store after two years of frustration

Encouraging progress has been reported on plans to revive a disused shop in the centre of an east Suffolk village following nearly two years of community discontent.

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Great Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm

East’s wind sector powers ahead as new record set

Nearly a quarter of the country’s offshore wind capacity is installed in East Anglian waters, according to an industry body.

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AFS ceelbrate opening on new office block
Staff are joined by Waveney Mp Peter Aldous and company owner Carl Honeywood ( left in pic with aldous in plaque pic)
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Lowestoft: Fabricator AFS Ltd moves into £130k premises

A Lowestoft company is looking forward to a bright future after opening a new £130,000 office building.

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Insurers Aviva and RSA in spotlight as half-year results revealed

The insurance sector will be in the spotlight next week when Aviva, RSA and motor specialist esure step forward with half-year results.

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Bowater Holographics Limited will be investing £3m establishing a manufacturing base at a new building at Parkside Office Village on the Knowledge Gateway at the University of Essex’s Colchester Campus

Campus to get hi-tech business

Around £3million will be invested into the Knowledge Gateway at the University of Essex’s Colchester Campus when a hi-tech company moves on site later this year.

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Tom Jones performing at Newmarket race course.

Gallery: Tom Jones thrills thousands at Newmarket Racecourse

The stands were packed to the rafters and fans gained their own vantage points in front of the stage to get close to their idol.

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    Breckland Council’s £950,000 broadband investment prompts ‘town versus country’ debate

    A decision to invest £950,000 of public money to improve Breckland’s broadband infrastructure prompted a “town versus country” argument among councillors.

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    The biggest distraction for drivers is other people in the car. Adult passengers are the most distracting, with 18% of drivers saying they have had a near-miss or crashed because of their attention being drawn away by someone else in the car.

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      Eight more council high-earners in west Suffolk have walked away with payoffs of more than £60,000 - taking the authorities’ total spending over four years to almost £5million.

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Exhibition to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1 in Ipswich Town Hall  
Pictured Ipswich mayor and mayoress Bill and Barbara Quinton and with Andrew Beal (left) and David Empson

Ipswich: Exhibition brings home impact of war on town

A special two-day exhibition bringing home the impact of the First World War on the people of Ipswich continues tomorrow.

Read full story »

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East of England Co-op Style in the sun

5 reasons to wear sunglasses this summer

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Is blue light causing your restless sleep?

Is blue light causing your restless sleep?

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Three new community defibrillators installed

Three new community defibrillators installed

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Great local dog food? We’re all ears!

Great local dog food? We’re all ears!

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Stay safe in the sun this summer

Stay safe in the sun this summer

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Sourced Locally initiative in the running for a national award

Sourced Locally initiative in the running for a national award

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Ipswich Town See all

Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers

Competition for places makes us raise our game, says Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers

Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers says the entire squad has raised their game following manager Mick McCarthy’s summer transfer business.

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Balint Bajner celebrates his goal at Southend on Tuesday. Photo: PAGEPIX LTD

‘Call me what you like’ - Balint Bajner is keen to win over Ipswich Town supporters

Wide-eyed Ipswich Town new boy Bálint Bajner has told supporters ‘call me what you want’, such is his desire to impress.

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Balint Bajner in action at Gillingham. Photos: PAGEPIX LTD

He may be 6ft 5in tall, but Ipswich Town new boy Balint Bajner is much more than just a target man

He may be 6ft 5in tall, but Ipswich Town new boy Bálint Bajner is much more than just a target man.

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Mark Robson next to a photo of his father, former Ipswich Town manager Sir Bobby

Sir Bobby Robson: Former Ipswich Town manager’s son Mark says he is still astounded by his father’s legacy

Sir Bobby’s youngest son has admitted his family had no idea how much of an impact the former Ipswich manager’s legacy would have.

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Lady Robson and Mark Robson joined the FA to celebrate Sir Bobby Robson Day, five years to the day since the former Ipswich Town manager's death.

Sir Bobby Robson: Ipswich Town celebrate best-ever open day at Portman Road on fifth anniversary of club legend’s death

He will long be remembered as one of Ipswich Town’s most successful managers - and surely there is no better way of celebrating the life and career of Sir Bobby Robson than to give fans the chance to be a part of the club for which gave so much to.

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Jabo Ibehre, fighting fit again after a groin injury

Colchester United shaping up well for the new season

Colchester United’s squad is looking stronger and fitter by the day, in the build up to the new season.

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