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Pupils with special needs are significantly more likely to be suspended from mainstream education than their peers, new figures show.

A new world-class physical theatre facility, 14 new flats and an eatery with striking views of Ipswich Waterfront are among major plans for the derelict former Burton's factory site.

Mobile phone signals "might come and go" in Ipswich while O2 carries out work to improve the network in the area, people have been warned.

Police have promised to pursue convictions for domestic abusers in light of figures suggesting about one in 10 arrests result in charges for coercive control.

Suffolk Constabulary is flying its force flag at half-mast in tribute to an officer who was killed in Berkshire last week.

The organisers of the Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk trail want people to share their views about the Ipswich attraction in a new visitor survey by Zing.

Trigger and Boycie are amongst a group of guinea pigs at the RSPCA in Martlesham that are looking for loving owners.

Now is your final chance to share views on proposals for three huge new garden towns - which campaigners claim will "change the face of north Essex forever".

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