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Queue for Play off tickets home leg at Ipswich

Tickets for the home leg of the most important Norwich Derby in decades went on general sale today from 8am.

Ambulance bosses are considering proposals which include stopping paramedics from attending certain 999 calls. Photo: Simon Finlay

A union last night insisted patients would not be put at risk by plans to limit the number of 999 calls paramedics respond to in the last hour of their shift.

Care home praised by CQC. Library image.

A care home which had been rated as needing improvement by inspectors has now been classed as good in all areas.

A Suffolk entrepreneur has teamed up with a top technology investor, who made millions from a website he created with just £300, to help finance new ideas.

Drink-driver in court

A woman has been disqualified from driving for four years following her second drink-drive conviction after crashing into a parked car in Hadleigh.

Hardwick Middle School in Bury is set to close next year. Headteacher Rachel Forward.

Education regulator Ofsted has upheld its judgement that Hardwick Middle in Bury St Edmunds is “inadequate” overall after the school filed a complaint about the rating.

Simon Hall

A hearing is due to take place next week to discuss the scope of Capel St Mary murderer Simon Hall’s full inquest.

Handing over the finalised Rendlesham Neighbourhood Plan to Suffolk Coastal District Council. Heather Heelis, Carole Brason, Kay Nash, Dave Rushbrook of Rendlesham Parish Council with Geoff Holdcroft, Terry Eastman and Hilary Hansip of Suffolk Coastal.

Representatives of a Suffolk village have received national recognition for recent achievements, including a groundbreaking scheme to gain local control over future development.

Care worker nurse helping an elderly client with her hair (stock image)

They look after some of Suffolk’s most vulnerable people, but an investigation has today revealed fears about the treatment of the county’s army of home visit carers.

A strong police presence in Portman Road at this season's Ipswich v Norwich derby

A senior police officer has warned Ipswich and Norwich fans violence, alcohol-fuelled disorder and anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated on Saturday