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The devastated mother of a teenage girl killed in a crash on the A47 in Suffolk has paid tribute to her daughter, who she has described as being “beautiful inside and out”.
Sir Roger Moore, the longest serving James Bond, from 1973 to 1984, has died of cancer, aged 89, his family has announced..
The terror threat level is being increased from severe to critical – indicating a further attack is imminent – after the deadly Manchester Arena bombing.
The parents and sister of a Weeley man killed during the Bataclan massacre in Paris two years ago have spoken of their “unspeakable sadness” after last night’s Manchester Arena bombing.
South Suffolk is a parliamentary seat that was formed in 1983 and has always looked like safe Conservative territory – even during the high-water mark of Blairite New Labour.
Two new low-cost retail stores are coming to Bury St Edmunds, as a long redundant site is brought back into use.
The full list of award winners, including glory for Suffolk and North Essex, was unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show, today.
Police are working to establish whether suspected Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was working alone or as part of a wider network as more victims of last night’s attack are named.
A Colchester man accused of hiring a hitman to kill his stepfather over a inheritance row had no “financial or emotional motive” to carry it out, a court heard.
A young Ipswich Town goalkeeper has apologised after posting “insensitive” messages on social media following the Manchester terror attack last night.
Reward money from this newspaper’s campaign to stop thieves desecrating Suffolk’s sacred churches has been used to fund a teacher’s salary helping disadvantaged people in India.
A support worker at sheltered housing in Felixstowe had to move jobs and suffered from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after a drunk resident ran past her brandishing a knife, a court has heard.
A Colchester man has admitted robbing a pharmacy and a newsagents in consecutive days after he threatened staff with a hypodermic needle.
Major Jamie Milnes shares what is planned for the Suffolk Show 2017 Military Village.
An Ipswich woman who has lost nine stone in less than a year has inspired health professionals to rethink the way they handle conversations with patients about their weight.
Suffolk Show organisers have reassured the public they are “very well prepared” for next week’s two-day showpiece following last night’s terror attack in Manchester.
Designs have been revealed for Capel St Mary’s very first war memorial, which will honour members of the village and surrounding area who lost their lives in battle.
New cancer facilities have been opened at Colchester General Hospital, thanks to the fundraising efforts of a charity set up in memory of an inspirational teenager.
Around 130 eyecatching supercars and sports cars parked up at Audi in Ipswich at the weekend as part of a fundraising car show.
A Suffolk man and two women accused of setting fire to a flat in Great Cornard made several attempts to get the fire going, it has been alleged.
Organisations from across Suffolk have shown support for the people of Manchester after Monday night’s atrocity at the Arena concert.
Campaigning for the General Election both locally and nationally has been suspended in the wake of the terrorist atrocity in Manchester.
Months of major roadworks on a key route into Bury St Edmunds are set to start, as a double roundabout is removed under £2.8million plans to improve roads across the town.
Hours spent craning our necks over mobiles phones, a lack of exercise and unhealthy eating are taking their toll on our bodies at an ever-younger age. A new campaign aims to get us all walking taller. Sharon Morrison finds out more
Keen riders took to the Suffolk countryside to sample the pro cycling experience with Team Sky on a Tour de Ford ride hosted by John Grose.
Debbie Brous has no doubt about the difference special exercise sessions have made to her daughter, Bella.
Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Van has opened a new £1m sales centre in Ipswich.
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A team of specialists are heading to Felixstowe tomorrow to remove a dead whale which had washed up on the beach over the weekend.
No fees will be incurred by owners of beach huts if the council moves them from a stretch of eroded seafront in Felixstowe.
A group of three dead whales were spotted off the coast of Suffolk this weekend – and teams are today inspecting the largest of them to plan its removal.
Beach hut owners today face the prospect of having to move their beloved bolt-holes from an area of seafront declared unsafe due to erosion – or pay for the relocation by council workers.
They are the powerhouses of our region – the companies which drive the local economy and employ tens of thousands of people across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The East Anglian facilities of a national meat processing company will be “pivotal” in its continued expansion, according to its chief executive.
Better promotion of social care jobs and providing more opportunities for career progression in the industry will be key to continued growth for a regional care home operator.
The property maintenance arm of Flagship Group, RFT, is reaching for greater commercial growth after securing two new contracts.
A Suffolk social enterprise is among three community schemes to scoop £25,000 from the regional development agency.