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Plans to create a new gallery dedicated to the works of Suffolk artist Thomas Gainsborough reached a new milestone after a formal planning application was lodged.

KFC branches across Suffolk have finally all reopened but only two in north Essex have opened today.

With KFC branches up and down the country closed or offering a limited menu due to a chicken shortage - here is a list of alternative chicken restaurants to help you through the crisis.

Suffolk’s highways website has been inundated with problem reports – many from frustrated drivers issuing angry warnings about the “dangerous” condition of the county’s roads.

The number of people using railway stations in East Anglia rose again last year according to figures from the Office of Road and Rail.

A signed photograph of Princess Diana – which was given to Babergh District Council on the royal’s visit in 1993 – has been presented to a Sudbury care home.

Patients are having to be dropped off near a Sudbury health centre as buses cannot access the site due to a group of travellers setting up camp outside.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley says his side are not ready for Step 3 football, despite the fact their current form is hurtling them towards the Step 4 play-offs.

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In a landmark speech at the annual High Sheriff Awards ceremony at Wherstead Park, the outgoing High Sheriff Geoffrey Probert reflected on the challenges facing Suffolk. This was his speech in full.

Suffolk is facing a explosion in the number of homes being built in the county over the next two decades – and while much of the attention has been focussed on the county’s historic market towns, villages are also preparing for battle.

Sir Cedric Morris was one of East Anglia’s great artists, famous for his flower paintings, a new exhibition aims to reveal that he was a painter with a far greater palette. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to his pupil Maggi Hambling about her aspirations for the exhibition.

Nearly £5,000 was raised following a football match which celebrated the lives of two friends who were tragically killed in a crash near Sudbury last year.

An inept burglar who broke into a clothes shop minutes from a Suffolk police station has been jailed for 35 weeks.

An Essex ingredients firm has appointed a new boss.

The RSPCA has warned its staff will always carry identification amid reports that hoax callers claiming to be inspectors from the animal charity have been knocking on doors in the Ipswich and Sudbury areas.

National Lottery to support the 2018 Taste of Sudbury festival

Suffolk Police’s ‘Bin a Blade’ scheme was introduced back in December 2010 and encouraged members of the public to anonymously and safely dispose of unwanted knifes and blades in special bins around the county.

Gainsborough House head gardener Jane Lowe on the challenges of using only natural products and plants which were available during the lifetime of the legendary painter who grew up at the Sudbury home.

A multi-million pound project to transform a Sudbury museum has received a huge boost after the district council gifted a site to support the scheme.

The National Garden Scheme’s Snowdrop Festival is ON. Here are the local dates and places

Non-league football academies are on the increase – in September 2015 AFC Sudbury made the decision to set up their own.

A music technology student from Sudbury will gain a unique insight into the industry next month with a work experience placement on Kylie Minogue’s tour.

There has apparently been a bit of a pillow fight in the poetry world. This news was brought to my attention by a reader of one of the more responsibly-sourced broadsheets.

Leiston’s recent struggles in the league continued as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at Merstham on Saturday.

Mike Bacon takes a look at why 3G pitches are not loved by everyone. Also, are we going to witness a Tiger Woods comeback to rival any other sporting return?

Emergency medics touched down in a Suffolk village this morning to reports of a woman who was not breathing – but were unable to save her.

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have launched a new business strategy with the vision to create 10,000 new jobs and nearly 18,000 new homes by 2036.

A week of action will aim to tackle knife crime in Suffolk and dispel myths around carrying blades for protection.

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