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Growing concerns have been raised in Woodbridge over plans for housing at the old offices of Suffolk Coastal District Council.

Extra police will be on duty at Felixstowe following recent terror attacks as the resort hosts the largest Armed Forces Weekend event in the region.

A woman has been ordered to pay £200 by Ipswich magistrates after hurling a dog-end out of the window of her car on outskirts of the town centre.

Proposals have been put forward to build 225 new homes, primary school and country park on the edge of an east Suffolk market town – reaching to its nearest village.

Experts are to be employed to see how businesses in Suffolk can secure the greatest benefits from the £14billion Sizewell C project if it goes ahead.

A group of travellers whose recent arrival at Suffolk recreation ground was met with community concern, will be served a notice to vacate the site, authorities said.

A souvenir programme which sets out the festivities planned for Suffolk Armed Forces Weekend in Felixstowe has been launched.

Authorities have been criticised for their response to a traveller camp, which has set up near to Suffolk’s nuclear power station.

Controversial plans to build more than 2,000 homes on land near Adastral Park in Martlesham are set to receive the support of Ipswich Borough Council as long as concerns over transport and road networks are tackled.

Kesgrave’s first ever mobile skatepark is being launched on Tuesday for a week-long session at Cedarwood Primary School.

The school is one of around 50 in Suffolk where some of the world’s best cyclists will fly past on Friday, September 8 when Britain’s premier road cycling race takes over the county.

A dead 40 foot whale that washed up onto Felixstowe beach over the weekend has been safely removed.

A team of specialists are currently in Felixstowe to remove a dead whale which washed up on the beach over the weekend.

A decomposing whale carcass did little to deter visitors from the Suffolk seaside today- though many onlookers said its removal was already overdue.

The sombre sight of a young minke whale washed up dead on the Suffolk coast has been captured by a drone pilot.

A group of three dead whales were spotted off the coast of Suffolk this weekend – and teams are today inspecting the largest of them to plan its removal.

Beach hut owners today face the prospect of having to move their beloved bolt-holes from an area of seafront declared unsafe due to erosion or pay for the relocation by council workers.

The owner of the property says he is ‘frustrated’ after his property was targeted four times in fives weeks with vandalism.

Four new homes have been approved for one of Suffolk’s most popular independent shopping streets.

A Suffolk seaside community has been left “horrified” after anti-Semitic graffiti appeared on a derelict building near a primary school.

People in Kesgrave who would like to be more involved in local government are being encouraged to put their names forward for the vacant councillor position at Kesgrave Town Council.

Up to 200 re-enactors will take part in the event on June 24 and 25.

A Suffolk charity which helps disabled adults and children learn how to sail has been hit with a business rate bill of more than £800 - that it would not have to pay if it were a commercial business.

After four years of wrangling over a project to build 26 new homes on the edge of a Suffolk village, a fresh planning inquiry is to be held.

One of Suffolk’s most iconic and popular eating places will soon be going up in the world – quite literally.

An innovative new health project to assist people in the Leiston area find alternative help for long-term medical conditions has received a £35,000 boost.

A planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave has stalled after it was ruled that a key report on housing needs in Suffolk was needed for a fair decision to be made.

Caravans have pitched up on land in Martlesham Heath, near Adastral Park, today.

People living along a 183km stretch of Suffolk roads will witness the world’s greatest cyclists race past their doorsteps during Britain’s “premier” road event, which for the first time features a stage hosted entirely within the county.

A planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave has stalled after it was ruled that a key report on housing needs in Suffolk was needed for a fair decision to be made.

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