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Work that could have seen a main road in a Suffolk village for five days has been reduced after concerns from local businesses.

A car has collided with a shop in Laxfield this morning, causing minor damage.

A man has been charged with attempted robbery in connection with an incident at a Greggs shop in Ipswich.

Archie Stupla-McCallum, 20 and from Great Bentley, was given a total of 21 months imprisonment, suspended for two years at Ipswich Crown Court on December 11.

Fire engines, ambulance crews and police were all at the scene of a two vehicle collision in Ixworth.

As MP’s get ready to vote on the future of PM Theresa May tonight we want to know how you would vote.

Conservative MPs from across Suffolk and Essex have been making their views known on Theresa May’s vote of confidence which is set to take place this evening.

It will be a grey start to Wednesday in East Anglia with brighter but colder weather set to creep in as the day goes on.

Drugs dealers have been using threats and intimidation to target vulnerable people in a coastal town, police have revealed.

News that Aldeburgh’s only bank is to close its doors early next year has met with a great deal of consternation and concern.

A “consequence of second-home explosion in heritage towns” – that’s how the closure of the final bank in another Suffolk town was described yesterday.

Students at the Royal Hospital School in Ipswich have been raising awareness of the problems of plastic this festive season by creating a huge Christmas tree with a difference.

It’s been announced that Barclays is set to close its branch in Aldeburgh, leaving the town without a bank.

The River Deben is to star in an episode of a brand-new BBC tv series which begins on Monday night.

Business and council leaders in two Suffolk communities are concerned that planned roadworks will have a serious impact on their local people this Christmas.

An oak tree in the village of Debach is set to become a permanent memorial to those who fought during the First World War.

A new survey has been launched to find out what community members want to see in a brand-new youth centre being created in Woodbridge.

A new survey has been launched to find out what community members want to see in a brand-new youth centre being created in Woodbridge.

Mid Suffolk District Council will be heading to court next month over the former Fisons buildings in Bramford, it has been revealed.

A station which will house both fire and police services in Leiston has been officially opened this afternoon.

Katy Sandalls explores what 2018 has done to women’s football and why 2019 could be its best year yet.

Pupils from the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook have created a Christmas tree out of plastic bottles to highlight the problems surrounding plastic waste.

A Spitfire is to take part in a flypast over Tiptree on Thursday morning to replicate part of a historic flight over the village.

Suffolk police are warning of delays as they escort an abnormal load through the region this Friday.

It was a night to remember for an East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star journalist, who won big at a journalism awards ceremony.

Police officers are searching the area around the Copdock Interchange after reports that six suspected illegal immigrants got out of a lorry.

Chart topper Craig David has announced that he will be performing at Castle Park in Colchester next June.

A 23-year-old man arrested in connection with a serious assault in Bury St Edmunds which left a man in a critical state in hospital has been bailed by police.

A collection of portraits of Aldeburgh’s RNLI crew have gone on display for the first time.

Thousands of people have enjoyed the sights, smells and shopping at the region’s biggest Christmas events in Bury St Edmunds.

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