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It was lucky nobody was killed when a car careered off the road in Ipswich town centre and hit buildings, witnesses say.

One of the biggest ever surveys asking for people's experience of care and nursing homes in Suffolk is to be carried out.

Dozens of strange and spooky figures are lining the streets of one Suffolk town as Halesworth's tenth annual Scarecrow Week gets underway.

Dozens of activists marched through Ipswich town centre in silence on Saturday to raise awareness of an important issue.

A Suffolk woman who provided vital assistance to young homeless people has been recognised for her compassion in the Suffolk Community Awards.

Five primary schools in Suffolk and north Essex are introducing 'community fridges' - to cut food waste and support families that are struggling to afford groceries.

Was actor Daniel Craig, in character as James Bond, spotted taking time out from his busy schedule in Ipswich town centre on Saturday?

Dedicated care homes and their employees were praised for going the extra mile at the Suffolk Care Awards - including one which arranged a client to take his first trip away from his parents.

Suffolk pet and animal charities have praised Sainsbury's decision to not sell fireworks in its stores ahead of Bonfire night next month.

Nominations are being sought for hardworking and devoted volunteers and charities who give their time and energy to make Suffolk a better place.

An eclectic mix of ciders and perries will be on offer at the Suffolk Cider and Song Festival this weekend.

Crime levels in Essex have been described as "worrying" and "very concerning" as new figures reveal stalking and harassment have risen by nearly 70% in the past year and drug-related offences are up 40%.

"Everybody you come across in your life, whether they are down on their luck or up on their luck, will bring something to you," - these were the words of advice offered to graduates in Ipswich this week as a refugee activist was recognised with an honorary fellowship.

Five men and a teenage boy have been arrested on suspicion of being involved in more than 50 burglaries after police swooped on a caravan park in Suffolk.

A man and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of drug offences after police searched a property in Ipswich.

Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary after a motorcycle was stolen overnight at a Stanton petrol station.

Police, paramedics and an air ambulance crew were sent to the scene of a single vehicle collision on the A140 near its junction with the A14 in Suffolk this afternoon.

There is still time to sign up for the second annual Honour Run, which takes participants through Rendlesham Forest, and raises cash for the Royal British Legion.

Framlingham Market is set to welcome a new vegan fresh food stall from next month, which will be selling 'sausage' rolls the chefs boast are better than those found in Greggs.

A Suffolk pre-school which raised more than £1,000 for Elmer's Big Parade in Ipswich has been rewarded with two elephants from the scheme.

Parking spaces in Sudbury are to be temporarily removed from early next year in an attempt to improve air quality for residents and pedestrians.

Three Ipswich community projects have received a share of more than £100,000 from the Health Lottery.

Former Arsenal supremo David Dein, who brought Arsene Wenger to English football, visited an Ipswich school to talk about his career.

Lisa Williams of Trimley St Martin served up a winning recipe to scoop top prize at the World Porridge Making Championship.

The parents of young speedway star Sam Norris, who suffered a horrific brain injury, say their son is eager to get back on his bike.

The "ongoing problem" of sewage mixing with floodwater in Fressingfield has demonstrated why housing development plans should not be approved, activists have said.

The owner of a Felixstowe pre-school is delighted the nursery has turned a corner following a "quite difficult" period to receive a "good" rating in an Ofsted report.

The site of Leiston's former police station may soon be converted into "affordable" flats and houses, according to new plans.

Frequently cancelled trains from Saxmundham to Lowestoft have left students unable to attend school and prompted a furious backlash.

Another public meeting is being held by a Suffolk MP after more constituents came forward with concerns about accessing Felixstowe's minor injuries unit - particularly via NHS 111.

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