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Parts of Suffolk have been hit by flooding as a result of rain and snowfall this morning.

The “magical moment” more than 50 deer crossed the snow-covered A1101 in what looked like a scene from a Christmas film has been caught on camera.

Delays are expected on Suffolk’s roads on Saturday morning as a huge 44,000kg boat is transported through the county.

An unlicensed door-to-door salesman threatened to ‘smash some windows’ if turned away from a Suffolk home.

Christmas will be very different this year affecting many seasonal activities - including religious services.

While current government restrictions don’t allow you to meet others outside your bubble indoors, you’re still able to catch up over a substantial meal and a mulled wine at these local pubs and inns.

Construction work on a new fire and police station in Stowmarket will get underway in the new year, after planning permission was granted.

Outbreaks of coronavirus in Suffolk care homes are not the fault of staff, an MP has said, after carers have come under fire from the general public.

A safe containing hundreds of pounds of charity donations has been stolen from a community centre almost a year to the day since thieves struck in exactly the same style.

The headteacher of Stowmarket High School has spoken of his frustration after he was forced to tell around 500 pupils to stay at home due to a flooding issue associated with new facilities.

The first trailer for Netflix blockbuster movie The Dig, a drama based on the discovery of the Sutton Hoo burial site in Suffolk, has been released.

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