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The criminals who have been put behind Suffolk bars this week have been sentenced to a total of more than 16 years in prison – find out why here.
On the hottest day of the year children and families have been cooling off in the Holywells water park - turned on just in time for the Easter bank holiday.
With NHS services expected to face a higher level of demand this Easter weekend, Suffolk GPs have shared some simple steps of how you can look after your family and enjoy the sunny weather.
With The Golden Dragon at Cardinal Park now closed those hunting out a good value Chinese meal will have to look further afield - but where should you go for an all-you-can-eat experience in Suffolk?
Today is set to be the hottest day of the year so far in Suffolk and thousands are expected to enjoy the unseasonably warm weather in Christchurch Park over the four-day weekend.
New nightclub Rubix is set to open in the former Waikiki bar next month, bringing the 70s, 80s and 90s back to Colchester.
A popular country pub is in the running to become one of the region’s best after being named the top watering hole in Essex.
A 25-year-old man convicted of raping a University of Essex student while she slept has been jailed for eight years.
The A143 at Bury St Edmunds was partially blocked this morning following a collision between a BMW and a Skoda.
Officers at Ipswich Central Police station welcomed some unusual visitors yesterday after members of the public discovered two boa constrictors in an Ipswich park.
Rail services have returned to normall following disruption caused by a signalling fault at London Liverpool Street and delays between Kelvedon and Witham.
Delays are expected on the A12 towards Ipswich this morning after a van broke down.
Despite waking up to patches of fog and mist this morning, sunshine-lovers across Suffolk will be pleased to know that the warm weather is here to stay for the Easter weekend.
A lack of ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ Suffolk primary schools has been blamed for an increase in the numbers of children missing out on their parents’ preferred choices.
Soap star Steve McFadden - known by many as Walford’s bad boy Phil Mitchell - is set to meet fans at a popular Ipswich nightclub to kick-start the Easter bank holiday weekend.
Parents of children with speech and language difficulties are praising the hubs across Suffolk for their invaluable support and fear that their proposed closures could see other children being left behind.
Parents in Suffolk are waking up on National Offer Day to the news of their primary school places application – with many overjoyed to have secured a place at their first choice school.
More children in Essex are not getting a place at any of their parents preferred choice of school, new figures reveal.
Yates in Ipswich was packed on Saturday night after Town’s draw saw them relegated to League One for the first time since 1957. Can you see yourself in our gallery?
This week parents and carers in Suffolk will be finding out whether their child has made their first choice primary school on National Offer Day.
Mothers are voicing their fears at the possibility of losing children’s centres in Suffolk which they rely on for vital support.
A group of ex-serving military personnel set off from Ipswich this morning towards London in support of a former British soldier who is facing two murder charges in relation to Bloody Sunday.
A stunning grade II listed building in the heart of Aldeburgh has gone on the market - offering sea views, a swimming pool, seven bedrooms and even its own wine cellar.
A pair of dog-lovers have swapped their high-flying lives in London to open up a pet boutique for the canine community of Aldeburgh.
Children as young as three came to Ipswich Waterstones to meet Onjali Q Rauf – the award-winning author behind the popular children’s book which follows a Syrian refugee in an English school.
The next manager of Ipswich Town Football Club, new town centre restaurants, and an escape room are top of the list when it comes to Google searches about Ipswich.
Thousands of people across East Anglia are being offered free entry to the first day of Newmarket racing - find out whether you are eligible here.
An anti-trafficking campaigner who spent years helping families in refugee camps before writing a book which scooped this year’s Waterstones Children’s Book Prize is coming to Ipswich.
A woman has told how she was left traumatised after watching a group of teenagers kicking and whipping ducks in Colchester’s Castle Park.
Are you often stuck in a cone-undrum about what flavour to go for? Today the people of Ipswich can try a range of Ben & Jerry’s flavours including cookie dough and cherry - all free of charge.
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