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A £500,000, two-year pilot scheme is to be launched in Suffolk to combat drug dealing and gang violence.

New community initiative to help solve coastal Suffolk housing crisis.

Suffolk Coastal District Council is hoping to attract as many young people as possible to it’s youth conference next month.

Over 100 of the world’s top cyclists will return to race across Suffolk this summer – and fans are being invited to ride part of the route for charity.

Fears a Suffolk bypass could bring hundreds of homes have been heightened by a council report, which includes a focus on new housing around the road.

A Suffolk pub will have its licence reviewed tomorrow after it was suspended following an alleged assault.

Suffolk star Ed Sheeran has put in an application to build a chapel on his Framlingham estate, where it is assumed he plans to host an ultra-private wedding.

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Two new shops are the latest to join a rapidly expanding out-of-town shopping complex near Ipswich, bosses have announced.

Councillors have made an impassioned plea to people in Kesgrave to have their say on the future of the town, before it is “lost” and “decided by those who don’t live in Kesgrave”.

A rescheduled planning inquiry into 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave is set to take place in late spring or early summer.

Question marks have been raised over the strength of Visit Suffolk’s campaigns to attract visitors to the county, as those funding it fail to commit to cash beyond March next year.

Developers looking to create new homes in a Suffolk town where hundreds are already being built have been warned their proposals will be opposed.

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A medieval Suffolk town with a name dating back to the Domesday Book has seen centuries of history overwritten through an unfortunate typographical error.

A Suffolk town where parking is said to have become a growing problem could see an extra 100 spaces created and areas designated for residents only.

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A Suffolk town has appointed an events manager to further develop its increasing popularity as a visitor attraction.

A business owner from Woodbridge says her shop saw a 20% drop in trade due to the closure of Woods Lane in Melton before Christmas - and is keen to let people know that the town is ‘still open for business’.

The garden at Melton train station has undergone a transformation thanks to a community project.

A troubled Suffolk council has been officially warned about its failings for the third successive year – prompting calls for “someone to get a grip” and resolve the problems.

A series of Suffolk street and store collections in the lead up to Christmas has raised nearly £1,300 for community causes.

An inquiry over controversial plans to build 300 homes in Kesgrave is likely to take place again in the New Year just months after a decision was announced after the Government admitted that errors were made.

A market town described as a “jewel in Suffolk’s crown” could face hundreds more new homes - prompting fears its unique character may be lost.

The second phase of the Riduna Park commercial development at Melton, near Woodbridge, has reached a key stage in its construction.

An exhibition, showcasing a handmade replica of the Bayeux Tapestry has opened in Melton after an appeal to find it a temporary home.

Community leaders have expressed their disappointment after developers behind plans to build 300 homes in Kesgrave have launched a legal challenge into the findings of an appeal.

An appeal to build 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave could end up going to the High Court after Persimmon Homes has called for a judicial review of the Planning Inspectorate’s appeal findings.

A Suffolk councillor has called for controversial proposals to charge for brown bin collections to be scrapped – and to double the tax on second homes instead.

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