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A teacher who sent a female pupil inappropriate messages has been found guilty of sexually motivated conduct and banned from the country’s classrooms for life.

The row about matchday policing at Ipswich Town’s home games looks set to continue after the club was told it could seek compensation from Suffolk police over unlawful charges.

A district council has taken its four-year fight against plans to build homes in a Suffolk village to the highest court in the land.

Local MPs spoke of their confidence Britain’s European Union divorce will be underway by the end of March despite a ruling which means parliament must give Brexit negotiations the green light.

An Ipswich teenager has pleaded not guilty to murdering two men at the West Meadows travellers’ site in the town last month.

Contentious plans to build 71 homes on the outskirts of a historic west Suffolk village have been dropped from a council agenda – just hours before a decision on the scheme was due to be made.

Lawyers have hailed a High Court ruling to block 10 homes from being built in the heart of Constable country as a decisive victory with implications for housing across the district.

‘More pollution action needed’

Friday, December 2, 2016

Most UK motorists think more aggressive action should be taken to combat air pollution, according to RAC research.

The process of negotiation and give-and-take involved in finalising contracts can be demanding and time-consuming.

A senior councillor has said a ban on new-build second homes, as carried out in a Cornish seaside town, could be a good way of freeing up housing for people in Suffolk.

Suffolk student Lauri Love says receiving an email from the Home Secretary sanctioning his extradition to the USA to face computer hacking charges was like a “kick in the gut” on Monday.

Lauri Love extradition: Q&A

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has signed an order authorising the extradition of alleged computer hacker Lauri Love.

Cut fuel price, urges RAC

Friday, November 11, 2016

Motoring organisation wants forecourt prices to reflect recent 4p-per-litre drop in wholesale oil prices.

Central Suffolk and North Ipswich MP Dr Dan Poulter has urged the government to accept the decision of the High Court and allow a debate before formal steps to withdraw from the European Union are launched.

A 60-year-old senior Ipswich teacher has been banned from the country’s classrooms indefinitely after findings that he was guilty of “sexually motivated behaviour” towards a girl pupil.

Business leaders in Sudbury have reacted angrily to the news one of the town’s biggest employers has been forced to scrap plans for a £50million development that would have created around 450 new jobs.

Long standing plans for a £50million warehousing development which could have created up to 450 new jobs in Sudbury have been scrapped, the EADT can reveal.

The chief executive of Ipswich Hospital has called for people to show the same passion about saving the NHS as they have for keeping the Great British Bake Off on the BBC.

The Brexit vote has left many questions, with the making and application of law being a major imponderable.

Another picturesque Suffolk village is gearing up for a High Court battle over heavily-contested plans to build a housing estate in the countryside.

Developers are expecting work to start on what critics have labelled a “new town” at Martlesham Heath next summer – with up to 240 new homes to be built every year.

The future of a Suffolk speedway stadium has been secured after it was sold to one of the largest track owners in the country.

A High Court judge has rejected a banning order proposed by Tendring District Council to prevent anti-social parking during the Clacton Airshow.

A High Court judge has today given Ipswich Town leave to appeal a ruling he made against the club in a legal battle over policing costs with Suffolk Constabulary.

Suffolk Constabulary has yet to confirm it will have a presence at Ipswich Town games this season - including the potentially powderkeg Old Farm Derby.

A district council’s attempt to overturn government approval for 180 new homes near Woodbridge has been thrown out of the High Court.

An eye expert convicted of the manslaughter by gross negligence of an Ipswich boy in the first case of its kind will know her fate next month.

Ipswich Town have said they will be appealing after the club lost a High Court claim over who should pay for policing outside Portman Road on match days.

Homeowners in Ravenswood have backed the government’s decision to block plans to build 94 affordable homes in Ipswich.

A Suffolk law lecturer wanted for making indecent images of a child has failed in a legal challenge to his detention pending his extradition from Ireland.

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