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Cocaine worth £8million found among lorry-load of Christmas trees at Harwich port

Cocaine with an estimated street value of £8million has been found hidden among a lorry-load of Christmas trees at the port of Harwich.

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Duchess of Cambridge attended the start of the new EACH fundraiser. Photo credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Gallery: Duchess of Cambridge Kate attends launch of new EACH fundraiser at Norfolk Showground

A bereaved mother has said the Duchess of Cambridge wrote personally to console her following the death of her baby daughter.

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Range Rover struck with ball bearing while travelling along A14 near Bury st Edmunds

A car windscreen was struck with a ball bearing as it was being driven along a busy road in west Suffolk last week.

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The Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich the Right Revd. Dr David Thomson conducts a service of rededication of the historic lychgate at St Mary and St Peters, Kelsale marking the successful completion of a major renovation project.
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Gallery: Schoolchildren help bishop rededicate historic lychgate at Kelsale after £30,000-plus restoration

Villagers celebrated the restoration of one of the most prized aspects of their church with a special service of rededication.

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The Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

Bury St Edmunds Festive fayre expected to bring thousands to town this weekend

The final preparations are being made in Bury St Edmunds ahead of an influx of thousands of people who are arriving for the town’s annual Christmas extravaganza.

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Tourism VAT cut could provide more than 2,000 jobs in Suffolk and north Essex

Suffolk and north Essex could enjoy a 2,000-strong job surge if a tax for tourism was put on a level playing field with some other parts of Europe, it is claimed.

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KCOM reports first half progress for Ipswich-based Smart421

Communications group KCOM, which includes Ipswich-based systems integration specialist Smart421, today reported continued underlying progress despite a fall in first-half revenues and profits.

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Arcadia Group, Sir Philip Green's Topshop and Miss Selfridge empire, has reported lower profits after continued tough trading at department store chain BHS.

Tough trading for BHS drags on profits at Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group

Sir Philip Green’s Topshop and Miss Selfridge retail empire has reported lower profits after continued tough trading at department store chain BHS.

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Zoopla has announced a 24% rise in annual revenues.

Annual revenues at property search group Zoopla rise by 24%

Online property portal and search group Zoopla today posted headline annual earnings up by more than a third after a year which saw its shares join the London stock market following an initial public offering (IPO).

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An architect's impression of the new-look offices in Princes Street.

Multi-million pound development hopes as Ipswich Borough Council sells former Fisons HQ in Princes Street

One of the best-known office blocks in Ipswich could have a new lease of life after its freehold was bought by a major property developer.

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Britpop artists to star at new indie music festival in Sudbury

An new music festival, designed to bring the very best indie music to Suffolk, is set to be launched next month.

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      The Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Robert Everitt, could be seen dashing around the Tesco superstore in Bury St Edmunds today.

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Duchess of Cambridge attended the start of the new EACH fundraiser. Photo credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Gallery: Duchess of Cambridge Kate attends launch of new EACH fundraiser at Norfolk Showground

A bereaved mother has said the Duchess of Cambridge wrote personally to console her following the death of her baby daughter.

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Mince pies handmade by elves in Essex

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Curtains up this Christmas! Our West End recommendations

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Ipswich Town See all

Teddy Bishop is congratulated by Tommy Smith after scoring at Bournemouth

Super Ted hails the Super Blues

Teen star Teddy Bishop says Ipswich Town’s travelling army of supporters can once again make a big difference at Charlton on Saturday.

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Sean St Ledger plays 90 minutes for Ipswich Town under-21s

Republic of Ireland international defender Sean St Ledger played the full 90 minutes for Ipswich Town’s under-21s last night, as the Blues went out of the Under-21 Premier Cup to Southampton.

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Ipswich keeper Bartosz Bialkowski

Ipswich Town goalkeeper Dean Gerken knew Bartosz Bialkowski deserved to keep his place

Ipswich Town number one Dean Gerken knows he might have to wait a while before he gets another chance.

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Catch up on the Ipswich Town web chat

It’s exciting times for Ipswich Town.

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Teddy Bishop is congratulated after scoring at Bournemouth

McCarthy reveals bonus scheme which will give his Ipswich Town players added motivation

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has revealed the bonus scheme that will give his players added motivation to remain within the Championship play-off places.

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Colchester United See all

All that remains of Scarborough's old McCain Stadium, a picture taken by Carl Marston during a recent break at the seaside

U’s and me: Memories of Scarborough – the football club, not the seaside!

On a recent break in sunny Scarborough, this Autumn, I could not resist taking a peak at the old football ground that used to host games for the town’s Scarborough FC.

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Packwood joins on loan after Okuonghae ruled out for rest of season

Colchester United have moved quickly to sign a replacement for the injured Magnus Okuonghae, bringing in Birmingham City defender Will Packwood on loan.

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Colchester United players show their despair after Coventry City score what proves to be the winner, via Gary Madine's 74th minute close-range winner

‘I wouldn’t say these are worrying times’ – Colchester United boss Tony Humes

Colchester United boss Tony Humes admitted that Saturday’s team display was the poorest, since he became manager at the beginning of September.

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