Two dead bodies are claimed to have lain undiscovered in a retirement scheme for months, sparking complaints about "callous" cuts to care support.

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A man who went on the 'rampage' round a Suffolk village has admitted burning down a bus shelter and using a shopping basket to launch an unprovoked assault.

The boss of a famous East Anglian holiday firm has boldly declared he will not accept bookings from homophobic or racist customers stating: "Book with another agent."


A woman who tried to take cannabis into a Suffolk prison will be sentenced in October after a psychological report has been prepared on her.

A brain injury centre in Ipswich is to increase in size to help growing numbers of people with head injuries.


A disgraced care worker has admitted draining almost £17,000 from the bank account of a 94-year-old with dementia.


The trial of a man accused of being involved in the running brothels in Ipswich and Colchester will take place in January.

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Kayden Jackson hopes his dramatic winner against AFC Wimbledon will be the first of many this season but the striker is happy to 'go about his business quietly'.

Kayden Jackson scored deep into stoppage-time to secure Ipswich Town a 2-1 win against AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts.

Yesterday, 23:27

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert hasn't ruled out making more additions after the club signed Kane Vincent-Young, Anthony Georgiou and Will Keane this week.

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert has explained his decision to drop captain Luke Chambers to the bench for tonight's 2-1 home win against AFC Wimbledon.

Yesterday, 23:13

Ipswich Town beat AFC Wimbledon 1-0 this evening. Andy Warren hands out his player ratings.

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert said it was 'rubbish' that he was shown a booking after celebrating Kayden Jackson's stoppage-time winner against AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road tonight.

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Prospective buyers of a multi-million pound plot of land could look to build more new homes than originally granted for the site, it has been revealed.

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Temperatures in Suffolk could hit 30C this bank holiday weekend meaning that there will be plenty of late summer sunshine for Ed Sheeran fans.


The trial of a Suffolk man accused of operating a cannabis factory from an address near Bury St Edmunds will take place in April next year.


The battle lines have been drawn in a fight over where a £30million orthopaedic centre should be built.


The boss of a famous East Anglian holiday firm has boldly declared he will not accept bookings from homophobic or racist customers stating: "Book with another agent."

Yesterday, 18:30

Construction of a new McDonald's in Stowmarket is now complete - and the final touches are being put in place for the big opening of the new fast food restaurant.

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Greene King's past and present workers in Bury St Edmunds are seeking clarity over jobs and pensions after the brewing and pubs giant announced it was the subject of a £2.7bn takeover deal. What will it mean to them?

Workers at Dulux paint producer AkzoNobel in Stowmarket are gearing up for strike action over pay.

If you need to dash to a supermarket over the August bank holiday, what time will it be open? Here's our guide to opening times.


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From sticking his glasses together with Sellotape to hanging out with Big Narstie on a mattress in Framlingham - singing teacher Claire Weston recalls some of her favourite memories of Ed Sheeran.

Yesterday, 17:00

About 500 extra car parking spaces have been made available in Ipswich town centre for music fans heading to Ed Sheeran's concerts at Chantry Park over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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An artisan coffee shop, with chains in Woodbridge and at Melton, have been granted permission to host late night events despite objections from neighbours.

If you have bought tickets for Ed Sheeran's Chantry Park concerts but can't go after all, how can you resell your tickets?

Louisa Baldwin spoke to acclaimed comic Billy Connolly ahead of the release of a new film documenting his final tour coming to cinemas.

A stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson's popular children's book Tabby McTat is coming to Bury St Edmunds.

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Yesterday, 19:10

Cupola House in Bury St Edmunds has just reopened as Sakura, where authentic Asian food is on the menu.

Yesterday, 16:30

Hector the miniature dachshund might be tiny - but he's becoming a big star, after finding fame in the world of social media.

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Fill your bags with craft beer, cooking gadgets, Asian snacks and loads more

Dr Andy Wood OBE DL, CEO of renowned Suffolk brewer Adnams, has lived locally to Southwold for over 25 years. He was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2013 and has always played an active part in the community. Andy enjoys bike rides around the Suffolk and Norfolk countryside, often popping into some of the local Adnams pubs on the way. More than anything, he loves spending time with his friends and family, especially his young grandson. He talks to Gina Long MBE

It's the first ever Phoenix Feastival, with free entry and loads of great street food and live music and DJs to enjoy.