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17:05

Four senior Suffolk County Council officers being paid six-figure salaries have seen their pay rise significantly over the last year – while other staff have had their earnings pegged by the government’s 1% pay cap.

18:51

A man who capsized off the coast of Felixstowe owes his life to his life jacket, quick thinking witnesses and the efforts of coastguard and the RNLI.

18:30

More than half of people’s first choice preferences for a new A120 route back a new junction with the A12 between Rivenhall and Kelvedon – though Essex County Council has said the final decision will not come down to a ‘popularity contest’.

16:59

A man has denied causing the death of 72-year-old Suffolk cyclist by careless driving.

A major housing development on the outskirts of Woodbridge has been given the green light to proceed.

Magistrates have been told a 57-year-old man was stabbed 65 times in Bury St Edmunds when a man appeared in court charged with his murder.

15:39

A notorious drug-trafficking cartel linked with hundreds of gruesome murders is reported to have teamed up with Romanian criminals to flood the UK with cocaine through ports including those in Suffolk and Essex.

15:02

Ipswich Town players will proudly carry the crest of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) on their back this coming season.

14:34

A Suffolk mother who assaulted a man in a pub resulting in him being blinded in one eye has been warned it is “highly likely” she will be sent to prison.

19:16

Firefighters have returned to scene of a straw fire, which has re-ignited just outside a village near Stowmarket.

A couple from Clacton who failed to safeguard more than £40,000 worth of tenants’ deposits as part of their lettings agency business have narrowly avoided prison.

Funnel clouds - the infants of full scale tornados - were reported across East Anglia over the weekend.

18:15

The threat of ‘enormous’ traffic disruption looms over a Suffolk village if motorists ignore diversion signs during a four-week road closure.

A music festival has been set up to celebrate the life of a “larger than life character” who died suddenly earlier this year.

08:08

A fugitive’s battle to evade justice despite already spending two years behind bars in Ireland has been described as “farcical” by a Suffolk MP.

17:31

A loving Ipswich couple who have been together for more than 60 years celebrated their 90th birthdays today – after the pair were remarkably born on the same day.

17:00

On Friday morning, almost 40 hours after a small surgical procedure, I awoke to perfect vision in my right eye, writes Martin Newell.

16:55

Inspire Suffolk has ten free charity spaces up for grabs at the now sold out Twilight Road Races in Ipswich next month.

16:53

A Colchester man accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than two decades ago has been cleared by a jury.

16:50

A Suffolk village is looking to catch speeding motorists in the act after new technology revealed vehicles had been clocked doing up to 55mph along a residential road.

16:50

The former East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star offices are no more.

Politics

17:05

Four senior Suffolk County Council officers being paid six-figure salaries have seen their pay rise significantly over the last year – while other staff have had their earnings pegged by the government’s 1% pay cap.

18:30

More than half of people’s first choice preferences for a new A120 route back a new junction with the A12 between Rivenhall and Kelvedon – though Essex County Council has said the final decision will not come down to a ‘popularity contest’.

16:50

A Suffolk village is looking to catch speeding motorists in the act after new technology revealed vehicles had been clocked doing up to 55mph along a residential road.

06:00

A new estate of more than 300 homes could be built between Ipswich and Claydon – prompting fears of adding to congestion on the Old Norwich Road and Bury Road.

Yesterday, 20:00

The wealth of “enthusiasm” for keeping Sudbury tidy has been revealed at a meeting organised by the town council, which plans to get the community’s efforts “on the map”.

Features

Maison Bleue in Bury St Edmunds named best luxury restaurant in northern Europe.

KT Tunstall, headlining Jimmy’s Festival tonight, talks to entertainment writer Wayne Savage about “breaking up” with making records and starting a new chapter in her life.

Yesterday, 10:00

Could you open your home to one of these cats and dogs looking for new homes at the Blue Cross centre in Wherstead?

Yesterday, 09:02

Thrifty living, with Sheena Grant

Saturday, July 22, 2017

The White Lion Hotel in Aldeburgh has launched a new themed afternoon tea ‘I do like to be beside the seaside’

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Environment news

Yesterday, 20:00

The wealth of “enthusiasm” for keeping Sudbury tidy has been revealed at a meeting organised by the town council, which plans to get the community’s efforts “on the map”.

Friday, July 21, 2017

The number of households using brown compost bins has fallen by more than half in the three Suffolk districts that introduced charges for their brown bins last year.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Engineers have started drilling under the River Orwell as part of a £30 million scheme to boost power supplies in Suffolk and Essex.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Green Flag judges have recognised two Ipswich parks with their top annual accolade.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Knot. It’s just about the most negative name for a bird species that anyone could think of.

Business

Three public relations agencies in Suffolk and north Essex have received multiple nominations in the regional CIPR PRide Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

The Port of Felixstowe has ordered two new gantry cranes for its Number 8 and 9 berths, which handle some of the world’s largest container ships.

Household borrowing will be in sharp focus this week when lending giants Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays report following Bank of England warnings over ballooning consumer debt.

Airline Ryanair has posted a jump in first-quarter profits, but repeated a warning that Brexit could cause disruption unless an aviation deal is struck between the UK and the European Union.

Food producer Cranswick says it has made a “positive start” to the financial year.