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Cycling is currently very much in the spotlight, with more of us being urged to get on our bikes for the sake of both fitness and the environment.

Stansted Airport’s long-awaited expansion could still go-ahead after it announced it would appeal a decision by local councillors to refuse an increase in passenger numbers.

Two fire crews are dealing with a car blaze on the busy A12 just south of Ipswich.

A 39-year-old man who pleaded guilty to 20 sex offences involving young children has been told by a judge it is “inevitable” he will go to prison.

When historians look back at how people in 2020 coped with the Covid-19 pandemic, Philip King’s striking gallery of people on their daily exercise in Ipswich in Ipswich may just provide an answer.

A teenage girl has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker after a police officer was punched in the face during a disturbance.

A man has denied a charge of not keeping his dog under control after a postman was injured in Bury St Edmunds.

Green councillor Andrew Stringer says now is the time to choose if Suffolk will become the nuclear coast, or the renewable coast.

A six-year-old boy has walked 25,000 steps in a day to support a zoo as he was concerned over the impact of coronavirus on the animals.

Ready to feel old? It feels like yesterday that some of these chart-topping albums were released.

The Covid-19 crisis has put huge pressure on businesses across Suffolk, so much so that many are having to make difficult decisions about redundancies. But what happens if you find yourself at risk?

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