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Chelmsford’s police commander has spoken out to reassure residents there is no threat to the public after a 19-year-old man was stabbed multiple times in the city.

Two teenage boys have been arrested in connection to the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy at Christchurch Park in Ipswich.

Dozens of children celebrated St George’s Day at Gainborough Library yesterday - by decorating special dragon cookies and creating their own coat of arms.

More than £1.5million of extra funding has been secured in the fight against street violence and knife crime in Essex.

An inmate of a Suffolk prison died from dehydration and pneumonia days after being assessed by a GP, an inquest has heard.

Two previously unseen poems by Daphne du Maurier have been discovered hidden behind a photo frame in Suffolk.

The Elmer’s Big Parade launches on June 15 with 55 elephants, as well as 85 junior Elmers, painted in a variety of colourful designs and themes hidden around the town.

Chelsea’s first black football player - who faced years of racist abuse from the terraces - has backed a football manager’s decision for his side to walk off the pitch after allegedly receiving racist chants from the crowd.

An Essex Girlguiding volunteer has won the Your UK Parliament’s Volunteer of the Year Award.

The two organisations are set to merge in 2020 under the name The Benjamin Britten Foundation.

Sutton Hoo has reopened to the public after a £4million revamp - and now includes a replica of the famous ship under which Saxon king King Raedwald was buried.

A former Chelsea football player who rebuilt his life after getting involved in drugs is coming to Ipswich to help unite the community through sport.

Hundreds of bikers will descend on Kesgrave’s The Bell Inn on Saturday for the pub’s annual St George’s Day bike show.

A Samsung mobile phone, cash and lawnmower were stolen during a break-in at Snape.

An inquest into the death of a three-day-old baby has heard the emergency casaerian section on her mother described as “traumatic”.

A man from Sudbury has braved the shave for charity - after growing his long locks for nine years.

Manningtree in Essex has been revealed as one of the Sunday Times’ best places to live in the east - here are five things that make the town so special.

Firefighters in Essex have urged residents to check their smoke alarms following a kitchen fire in Braintree.

Youngsters in Kesgrave reenacted the story of Easter at All Saints Church at the weekend.

The weather is looking warmer this week with temperatures set to touch the 20C mark on Friday.

Firefighters have tackled a fire at a disused care home in Lowestoft.

The candidates standing for election to Tendring District Council in May have now been revealed.

Fans have reacted with sadness to Ipswich Town’s relegation from the Championship - but say they are positive about what next season holds for the club.

A group from Ipswich are taking on the world record for the longest distance travelled by a conga line on Felixstowe seafront later this month.

Yoxford is hosting two big Easter egg hunts in the village on Saturday to raise money for charity.

Two friends from Ipswich say a trip to Costa in Martlesham ended up being the most expensive cup of coffee they have ever had - after both receiving a £100 parking fine a few days later.

Vandals have struck at Elmhurst Park in Woodbridge - scrawling graffiti on walls and pulling the crown off the park’s bandstand.

The Orwell Bridge has reopened to traffic after it was closed for almost four hours this morning while police investigated a crash and the discovery of a body.

Meet Suffolk’s new chief constable - Steve Jupp - who has returned to lead the force after retiring as its deputy chief last year.

A series of “hideous” yellow lines painted along a Woodbridge shopping street are causing uproar in the town.

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