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Testing of the new Ebola vaccination.

Suffolk: Ebola survivor’s lifesaving mission to American victim

Foreign Office officials last night confirmed that a Suffolk nurse who recovered from the killer Ebola virus has travelled to America to save the life of another victim.

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Council leaders meet on Sudbury's Ballingdon Hill to discuss the need for a western bypass Left to right: County  council leader Mark Bee, South Suffolk Conservative candidate James Cartlidge and cabinet member for roads, Graham Newman.

Sudbury: Battle for long-awaited bypass for Suffolk’s most polluted street steps up a gear

Renewed calls for a long-awaited bypass to solve Sudbury’s traffic woes are being backed by top county officials, who visited the town this week and witnessed life on one of Suffolk’s most polluted streets.

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Brothers Alex (left) and Leon Pattersson are showing where they saw a UFO in East Bergholt around the same time as the Rendlesham incident.

East Bergholt: Were mysterious lights in the sky linked to Rendlesham UFO incident?

Fresh tales of strange sightings in the sky have emerged on the eve of a major conference into one of Suffolk’s most debated “supernatural” events.

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Land earmarked for the Ipswich Garden Suburb.

Ipswich: New estate gets the go-ahead despite fierce debate

The masterplan for the proposed Ipswich Garden Suburb – the huge 3,500-home development planned for the northern fringe of the town – was formally adopted by the borough at a packed meeting.

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This photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, has been released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Thailand/Essex: Police find ‘strong evidence’ in hunt for killer of two Britons, including University of Essex student Hannah Witheridge

Police are awaiting the results of DNA tests after finding “strong evidence” in the hunt for the killer of two Britons brutally murdered in Thailand.

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Council leaders meet on Sudbury's Ballingdon Hill to discuss the need for a western bypass Left to right: County  council leader Mark Bee, South Suffolk Conservative candidate James Cartlidge and cabinet member for roads, Graham Newman.

Sudbury: Battle for long-awaited bypass for Suffolk’s most polluted street steps up a gear

Renewed calls for a long-awaited bypass to solve Sudbury’s traffic woes are being backed by top county officials, who visited the town this week and witnessed life on one of Suffolk’s most polluted streets.

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Business See all

Stowmarket's Market Place

Stowmarket: ‘Phenomenal’ investment is needed as town is set for thousands of new jobs and homes

The future of a market town has been analysed by business and council chiefs as it is set for what could be momentous change.

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The number of people claiming the Jobseeker's Allowance has fallen below one million, according to new figures out today.

Economy: Claimant count unemployment falls below 1m for first time since 2008

The number of people claiming the Jobseeker’s Allowance has fallen below one million for the first time in six years, new figures showed today.

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Martin Weale, one of two members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee who supports a rise in interest rates.

Economy: No further support among MPC members for an early rise in interest rates

A split between Bank of England policymakers over when to raise interest rates from their record low has continued, but with no increase in support for an increase.

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Michelle Buxton of Toolbox Marketing.

West Suffolk: Michelle Buxton of Toolbox Marketing to speak at Property Forum event in Poland

Michelle Buxton, owner of Toolbox Marketing, based at Bardwell, near Bury St Edmunds, will be among the speakers at an international property event in Poland next week.

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Lee Bye, head chef at Tuddenham Mill.

Mildenhall: Tuddenham Mill wins Editor’s Award in 2015 Good Food Guide

A hotel and restaurant near Mildenhall is one of only eight eateries in the country to have been given a prestigious food award.

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Environment news

Pierre Oxley

Clacton: Increased flying over the town won’t have an affect on residents, says county councillor

A campaign group fighting expansion at Stansted Airport has hit out at proposals to route more flights over Clacton – but a local councillor doesn’t think people in the town will notice any changes.

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Features

Clive Sloman, right, who has ordered the first all-new Mazda MX-5 pictured with Luke Hargrove, senior Mazda sales executive at Donalds Mazda in Ipswich.

Donalds customer at front of queue for world’s most popular sportscar

A Suffolk man has become the first UK customer to order an all-new Mazda MX-5 sports car – before it was even unveiled to the world.

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