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The trial of a 50-year-old Suffolk man accused of causing the death of a pedestrian by careless driving is due to take place next month.
A man who served three years in Polish jail is starting 12 weeks’ custody in this country for theft, probation breaches and crashing an unlicensed scooter into a bus.
There is no excuse to carry a knife in Suffolk – and doing so can have devastating consequences.
A judge has jailed a “persistent” burglar for 54 months to help the residents of Ipswich to “feel safe” from his offending.
In his latest column, Nino Severino shares his experiences on a trip to the world-famous All England Club at Wimbledon.
A 20-year-old man feared he was going to die after being stabbed during a late night attack outside an Ipswich nightclub, a court has heard.
A disqualified driver sent police on a search for his kidnappers after claiming he was abducted and thrown from the van he crashed into a central reservation.
A 63-year-old woman who caused a crash in which a motorcyclist suffered “catastrophic” injuries has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A former Suffolk teaching assistant who was jailed three years ago for downloading indecent images of children has been jailed for 18 months for doing the same thing again.
A motorist who came within one second of being struck by a freight train after he ignored warning lights on a level crossing has been jailed for 12 months.
The daughter of Commons Deputy Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle had been in a “troubled” relationship before her death, an inquest heard.
A Suffolk man who stalked a receptionist for six years after becoming infatuated with her after taking his dog into a vet’s where she worked has been given a suspended prison sentence.
Police used a spit guard to restrain a man who lashed out at an officer while being arrested for drunk and disorderly behaviour in Woodbridge.
Law students at the University of Suffolk have been given a behind-the-scenes insight of the workings of Ipswich Crown court.
The offences took place across the district as well as in Norwich.
A Newmarket man who subjected a young girl to “horrific” sexual abuse over two years has been jailed.
A 35-year-old man whose body was discovered in woodland in Ipswich had taken his own life, an inquest has heard.
A man has been accused of fraudulently claiming more than £75,000 in VAT returns while operating a gym.
A man accused of stabbing a homeless man in Ipswich will be sentenced in April after pleading guilty to the attack on what would have been the first day of his trial.
A Suffolk man who is serving a 45 month jail sentence for his part in a £500,000 pirate DVD scam has been ordered to repay £5,000 after a court heard he has no other available assets.
A London man has been jailed for his part in a “despicable con” which fleeced a 75-year-old Ipswich widow of her life savings – leaving her a “nervous, frightened shell” of a woman.
A Suffolk man has been jailed for threatening the victim of a dog attack after failing to bribe him into dropping the charges.
A 19-year-old Colchester man who assaulted a homeless person has walked free from court after a judge decided not to send him straight into custody.
An angry Greater Anglia commuter has threatened to send the bailiffs in to rail company Greater Anglia after failing to receive £350 compensation he says he is owed after court action.
An Ipswich man was hit in the face with a spanner during a late night violent confrontation in the street outside his home, it has been alleged.
Across the county women and girls are taking part in a bigger range of sports than ever.
A Suffolk roof thatcher has been banned from the road for driving while “extremely drunk” and colliding with an oncoming police car.
A former Royal Marine commando has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 28 years for the “callous and planned” murder of dog walker Peter Wrighton.
An Ipswich shopkeeper who sold more than £100,000 worth of illegal tobacco has had a confiscation hearing which will decide how much money he will have to repay adjourned until next week.
The family of a man who died while taking part in a birthday go-kart race say the marshals’ instructions on the warning flags prior to the race was ‘completely confusing’.
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