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A new state of the art science, technology, engineering and maths centre in Bury St Edmunds which is hoped to create the UK's own Silicon Valley has been officially opened.

Cyril and Maria show how age is just a number and prove relationships with age gaps can last the test of time.

Businesses at Jimmy's Farm, the visitor centre owned by farmer and TV presenter Jimmy Doherty in Wherstead, were burgled on Monday night when a key safe, cash and appliances were stolen.

A 'beautiful and courageous' toddler living with an aggressive form of cancer will be spending Christmas in hospital, her family has been told.

An elderly woman woke to find a burglar in the living room of her home, a court heard.

The lure of free pizza might seem a surefire way to bring teenagers together - but for these Ipswich girls, it is just one part of an inspiring group which makes them believe anything is possible.

A 90-year-old war veteran who as a civil servant played an important role in the creation of the NHS died after twice falling from his bed at an Ipswich community hospital, an inquest has heard.

The Salvation Army will be holding their annual Christmas lunch for the lonely and vulnerable this year - this time with extra funding from community leaders.

Traffic is building on the A14 after a lorry suffered a burst tyre on the eastbound carriageway.

Union claims its drivers didn't feel safe operating new trains being introduced by Greater Anglia have added to mounting pressure on the train operator where services have been severely disrupted in recent weeks as new rolling stock is introduced.

A car and a lorry were involved in a collision on the A12 which closed a lane and caused miles of tailbacks.

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