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A Snowdon Mountain Railway train leaves from the summit of Mount Snowdon, North Wales. Photo credit should read: Neil Squires/PA Wire.

A Martlesham man is angry after a booked trip on a steam train up Snowdon was cancelled due to an obese family taking up all the room in his carriage.

18:55
Some of the events are being held at St Michael's Church

Professional artists will be inspiring people to try their hand at drawing in a picturesque Suffolk town.

18:25
Alan Havers and Pat Kench cut the ribbon at Worlingworth community centre

Hundreds of people from a Suffolk village attended a weekend of free festivities to celebrate decades of fundraising for their community.

18:08
A 170-tonne electricity tranformer could cause traffic delays on Saturday as it slowly makes its way along the A12 in Suffolk. Photo by Liam McLoughlin, Collett & Sons Ltd

A 170-tonne electricity transformer the size of a bungalow is being transported along the A12 in Suffolk on Saturday.

18:05
The cannabis plants found at a home in Peel Crescent, Braintree

Essex Police officers carrying out a drugs warrant have arrested a man after discovering a haul of cannabis plants at a home in Braintree.

17:50
 
	Framlingham fireworks display

Organisers of a Suffolk town’s annual fireworks display say this year’s festivities will feature a “memorable” show with “unique effects”.

A computer-generated image of how the Sizewell complex will look after construction of Sizewell C.

Chinese backers yesterday signed important financial agreements connected to the construction of Suffolk’s yet-to-be-approved Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Politics

10:19
Woodbridge appears affluent but even in towns like this there is hidden deprivation.

This week’s report on Hidden Needs in Suffolk has been seen as something of an eye-opener because it shows deprivation is not confined to the council estates of our largest towns, writes Paul Geater.

Yesterday, 16:39

As the Labour faithful in the Liverpool conference hall belted out the red flag, a man sitting nearby openly wept tears of joy.

Yesterday, 10:35

Controversial Labour peer Baroness Chakrabarti was forced to apologise to Labour councillors from Essex after a poor taste joke about the county went badly wrong.

Yesterday, 10:17

A row over Labour’s stance on immigration looked set to erupt today as the curtain falls on its annual gathering in Liverpool.

Yesterday, 10:00

A stark picture of the level of deprivation faced by tens of thousands of people across the county is painted today in a new report sponsored by the Suffolk Community Foundation.

Features

Stephen Dunn

If you could only listen to one playlist for the rest of your life, which ten songs would you choose? Professor Dr Stephen Dunn shares his ultimate playlist with Martine Silkstone, and explains the significance of each track in his life.

07:00

Volkswagen’s Passat Estate Alltrack lifted this year’s overall trophy, and also scooped class and category wins, in The Caravan Club Towcar of the Year Competition.

Tue, 15:00

Ex-detective Dick Kirby’s new book, Laid Bare, on the unsolved murders of eight women

Mon, 16:48

MINI’s Clubman is the latest car to reveal a powerful new upgrade, coming in the form of the John Cooper Works Clubman.

Mon, 11:38

She modelled for Vogue, endured painful times during marriages to well-known men, wrote novels that were turned into a TV series and finally found a kind of peace in Suffolk

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A computer-generated image of how the Sizewell complex will look after construction of Sizewell C.

Chinese backers yesterday signed important financial agreements connected to the construction of Suffolk’s yet-to-be-approved Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Mon, 08:00

Flood risk veteran Steve Hayman, who played a key role in the aftermath of the East Coast surge in 2013, is retiring after 40 years.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

A revamped area around the New Wolsey Theatre and former Civic Centre is set to be open by April 2018, it has been revealed.

Monday, September 19, 2016

The RSPCA is hoping to reunite a lost parrot with her owner after she was rescued from a hazardous building site.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Ground investigation work is under way ahead of scheme to create a permanent tidal wall to prevent low-lying homes from being flooded in Lowestoft.

Business

Greenpeace has published a list of the UK's top 100 recipients of European Union farming subsidies.

A number of East Anglian estates and farm businesses are among those receiving hundreds of thousands of pounds under the European Union’s Common Agri-cultural Policy (CAP), according to analysis by environmental group Greenpeace.

Alton Towers owner Merlin Entertainments said today it had “learned every lesson” from last year’s Smiler rollercoaster crash as it revealed that visitor numbers are still being affected.

Two technology businesses based at BT’s Adastral Park complex at Martlesham Heath have teamed up to create an innovative security system.

Yesterday, 17:45

One of East Anglia’s best-known family brand names is keeping an eye out for expansion opportunities and investing in technology as it continues to perform well.

Yesterday, 12:30

A care homes firm has praised the contribution of an Essex law firm in helping it acquire three homes in Northern Ireland.