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West Suffolk Council has announced plans for a taskforce to look at opportunities and issues in rural areas.
A pay on exit cashless trial car parking scheme has begun in Bury St Edmunds.
Hundreds of mourners from around the world are expected at Trinity Park showground in Ipswich for the funeral of Christian apostolic minister Martin Simmonds, who once conducted baptisms in the River Orwell.
Clare library is to close for one week next month for refurbishment.
A Sudbury voluntary group delivering the news to the blind is appealing for new members and listeners.
Two Suffolk men helped raise £2,000 for the Royal British Legion by taking on a 66 mile challenge through Normandy during the D-Day 75 celebrations.
Haverhill grandmother Jo Upton is saying thank you to St Nicholas Hospice Care for its support after the death of her son by taking part in a sponsored 10,000ft tandem skydive.
Army cadets from acros Suffolk paid their respects to the D-Day landings of 75 years ago with a visit to the Normandy beaches.
Churchill Academy in Haverhill is celebrating after being awarded autism accreditation by The National Autistic Society.
Youngsters from Ipswich journeyed back in time to enjoy a day of history in art and stories.
Organisers of Sudbury Carnival are appealing for townsfolk to get behind the event.
Sarah Boulton, the chair of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, has announced she is to stand down.
Health Secretary and West Suffolk Matt Hancock has promised to offer the country a "fresh start" as he launches his campaign to become the next Prime Minister.
A yellow weather warning for heavy rain remains in place across East Anglia this morning.
A selection of works by the best East Anglian artists will be on display at the Sudbury Summer Art Fair
Bury St Edmunds' Nowton Park was in the pink as hundreds of runners took part in Race for Life.
Thousands of hungry visitors enjoyed a Taste of Sudbury with the return of the annual food festival.
Steeple Bumpstead surgery in Haverhill has been put into special measures after being branded 'inadequate' by inspectors.
The south side of the Copdock roundabout remains closed today following a lorry crash on Friday - but will partially re-open on Monday morning with a temporary crash barrier.
It all went quackers in Stowmarket as the 1st Combs scout group held their annual fundraising duck race.
Police say 16-year-old Catelyn Steward has been found safe and well after going missing in Ipswich.
Spit and polish is the order of the day as RAF Honington prepares to receive the Freedom of Thetford this weekend.
Colonel Andrew Jackson, deputy commander of 16 Air Assault Brigade at Colchester, parachuted into Normandy clutching the medals earned by a relative who fought on D-Day 75 years ago
Colonel Troy Pananon has taken charge of the 100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.
Westgate Primary School in Bury St Edmunds was closed at just a few hours notice after concerns about an asbestos panel ahead of renovation works.
An armada of more than 30 wartime planes will take to the skies over Suffolk and Essex as part of the 75th anniversary celebrations.
A new play inspired by the life and legacy of legendary former Ipswich Town boss Sir Bobby Robson is to be staged at the borough's Regent Theatre in July.
A cartoonist who grew up on an Ipswich council estate before making his mark on the sport of kings has joined forces with a horseracing legend to launch his latest venture.
All the fun of the seaside was to be found inland at Bury St Edmunds as the town held its Whitsun fayre.
Motorists and residents are being warned of overnight closures of the A14 near Stowmarket for up to a month.
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