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New figures suggest that fewer people are using Suffolk’s Libraries than four years ago. Do you visit your local library?
Kayden Jackson is excited to be playing alongside ‘the best full-back in League Two last season’ after being reunited with Janoi Donacien at Ipswich Town.
The swimming pool at Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Sudbury has closed due to a swimmer accidentally ‘pooping’ in the water.
Kayden Jackson is Ipswich Town’s new No.9 after completing a £1.6m deadline day move Accrington Stanley last week. The 24-year-old speaks about his journey to this point, electric pace and hunger to succeed in the Championship.
Heavy downpours are set to continue across Suffolk and north Essex today - but the hot weather is set to return.
Manningtree songwriter Daniel Evans, 33, was inspired to write his latest song after he stumbled across something buried in the sand.
A famous ‘micro-nation’ will provide the starting block for a swimming challenge that could put Richard Royal in the record books.
An Aldi customer was left “hungry and angry” after finding just one cheese curl inside his packet of crisps.
Three weeks remain until Ipswich once again celebrates global culture with entertainment from all over the world.
Here’s all you need to know about the One Big Multicultural Festival...
Prince William was among a number of famous faces to attend a parade featuring The Royal Anglian Regiment, marking 100 years the end of the First World War.
Fire crews are still on scene following a large-scale forestry fire close to an industrial estate, which is believed to have been started by a campfire.
Lynne examines her lack of a sense of humour
How do you Enjoy Sudbury More? That was the question we asked our iWitness community last week.
The mother of missing Corrie McKeague has insisted “we’re still looking for Corrie” – after the father of the RAF airman said his remains are “essentially irretrievable”.
A Suffolk-based indie band supporting The Libertines live in Ipswich next month is offering music fans the chance to win a private gig in the comfort of their own home.
Staff at an Ipswich cinema have apologised to customers after experiencing problems with the facility’s air conditioning unit during the hot weather.
Weather experts are predicting today will be sweltering - with a potential high of 33C in some places in the region at 6pm.
People in Ipswich are becoming increasingly social media savvy but remain guilty of ‘oversharing’ online, according to new research into the dangers of posting too much information online.
Lloyd Chapman lost the Stowmarket and District 10 by just one second – beaten by one of the riders he coaches, Stuart Fairweather, writes Fergus Muir.
A district and county councillor who allegedly said it was “unbelievable” Sadiq Khan had been elected mayor of London has been expelled from the Conservative party.
It neighbours the ancient monument immortalised in Ed Sheeran’s “love song for Suffolk”.
The mother of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague has vowed to keep fighting for answers.
The father of RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague claims he now knows what happened to his son – who went missing after a night out in Bury St Edmunds.
Cheer yourself up on this dreary soggy day by taking a look at these stunning sunset pictures taken on a warm July evening.
Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the sights and sounds of Felixstowe Carnival – despite suffering a washout on the third day.
How do you Enjoy Felixstowe More? That was the question we asked our iWitness community last week.
Day two of Felixstowe Carnival has been cancelled over health and safety fears as strong winds blast the seaside town.
The death of two family pets has revived fears that a cat killer is operating in a Suffolk town.
This was the scene over Aldeburgh last night but we may see a very different picture in days to come as the threat of thunderstorms increases.
A man who discarded waste along country lanes - including food rubbish and soiled nappies - has been ordered to pay £3,600 after admitting fly-tipping.
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