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The A14 has reopened after a crash between two HGVs blocked the road for more than four hours.

Raiders targeted the Marks and Spencer Foodhall at Martlesham Heath, stealing a "large quantity of cash".

The Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition, curated by Ed's Dad John Sheeran alongside Wolsey Gallery curator Emma Roodhouse, continues to be a massive tourist attraction at Christchurch Mansion but yesterday the exhibits became a source of inspiration for 25 promising young artists selected from Suffolk schools to take part in a community workshop led by Ed's portrait painter Colin Davidson.

A primary school which was previously placed in special measures has been praised for its progress by Ofsted inspectors.

West Suffolk's multi-million pound new waste recycling centre has opened its doors to the public.

Competitors battled it out this week in the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2020 live cook-off.

Nearly 150 people voiced their thoughts at an exhibition of a planned redevelopment for a public hall which will 'revitalise' part of a Suffolk town.

Appeals have gone out to trace the owners of two stray dogs found wandering the streets.

Alternative proposals to controversial plans to build an enterprise hub in a seaside Suffolk town are to be presented at a town council meeting next week.

Households near Framlingham affected by a burst water main have now had their supplies restored, but the A1120 road is due to remain closed until later today.

Witnesses are being sought after a boat trailer was stolen from the Broads.

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