Adam Howlett

A 77-year-old man from Ipswich says he fears walking along the paths near his home due to the ‘dangerous’ state of the pavements.

A ex-police officer whose wife died five weeks after bowel surgery at West Suffolk Hospital said he was “knocked sideways” when he received an anonymous letter in the post highlighting errors in her treatment.

A councillor says residents in Sproughton feel ’totally marooned’ as the village has been left without a bus route for four weeks.

It might not quite be a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar - but this entrepreneur is very happy indeed after winning £5,000 to set up his own business in an Apprentice-style competition.

A ‘clever and funny’ mother-of-one from Needham Market died as a result of misadventure, a coroner has concluded.

First Eastern Counties have raised fares on many of its day, week, month and annual bus tickets in Suffolk.

Portman Road has flooded again - with cars having to slow down to get through the water.

A Suffolk scout group has been left ‘infuriated’ after thieves broke into their headquarters and stole archery equipment and fuel.

A primary school in Ipswich has been praised for its “strong sense of community” after being rated “good” by education regulator Ofsted.

A car park in the centre of Ipswich - set in a prime location earmarked for redevelopment - has gone on sale.

Two men have been charged in connection to a burglary on an industrial estate in Stanton near Bury St Edmunds.

A family-of-three, including a mother and child, climbed through a window to escape a blaze at a block of flats in Clacton.

Two teenagers on bikes tried to steal a man’s ear pods in an attempted robbery in Ipswich.

A crash between a lorry and a car on the A14 approaching the Seven Hills roundabout near Ipswich which caused long tailbacks in the area has now been cleared.

Rail passengers are facing disruption this morning due to a points failure between Colchester and Manningtree.

Calls have been made for a review of road maintenance in Suffolk after a key route in Ipswich was found to have more than 50 potholes and defects.

Calls have been made for a review of road maintenance in Suffolk after a key route in Ipswich was found to have more than 50 potholes and defects.

A stretch of Portman Road outside Ipswich Town’s football ground became flooded after this morning’s downpour.

MP Tom Hunt will meet with a racial equalities group in Ipswich after it criticised comments he made about crime in the town – but he says he stands by what he said.

More than 120 football fans from Germany have descended on Ipswich to cheer on the tractor boys as they take on Accrington Stanley today.

The ruler of Oman - who spent much of his youth in Suffolk - has died aged 79.

Ipswich Waterfront has seen a dramatic transformation this year - with the long-awaited completion of the Winerack and a £750,000 revamp.

According to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), there were 8,430 vacant homes in Suffolk in October 2018, up from 7,695 the year before - an increase of 9.5%.

The president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society says it is ‘perverse’ different rules apply for buying medication online after a 22-year-old woman from Stowmarket died from an overdose of drugs bought from the web.

A war veteran from Brettenham, who was among the soldiers evacuated from the beaches of Dunkirk, has celebrated his 100th birthday.

A man in his 80s has died in a house fire in Ipswich.

Police are investigating after a Great Dane attacked a miniature Dachshund in Ipswich.

Police set up a rolling roadblock on the A14 near Ipswich today after receiving reports a man was walking alongside the carriageway.

Firefighters have tackled a fire at a house in Benhall near Saxmundham - after neighbours reported seeing smoke coming from the property.

Rail passengers are facing disruption today on the lines between Ipswich and Peterborough due to signalling problems.

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