Five stories you need to read this weekend
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The weekend is the perfect time to catch up with house work, washing, and our stories. Have a read of five of our favourites.
We have tried to include something for everyone in this guide - to read a story just click on the bold text.
This week we went on a tour around an incredible sea-view property in Felixstowe and videoed it for our readers.
The property is currently on the market for £1.35m - why not take a look for yourself?
A Suffolk couple are going to go on a journey of a life time through Europe to China in their transit van.
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Their van has been completely customised and converted so the two can live on there during their big adventure. Take a look inside the vehicle here.
Two adorable cats named after The Simpsons characters Bart and Lisa are in need of a new home after their owners had to give them up.
- 1 Flooding leaves main route through town 'impassable'
- 2 Five cars and a horsebox involved in crash near RAF base
- 3 Suffolk to miss worst of thunderstorms - but heavy downpours still expected
- 4 Teenager who lost driving licence receives surprise in post
- 5 A14 reopens after serious crash leaves road closed for several hours
- 6 See inside stunning £2m Woodbridge home with 'fantastic leisure complex'
- 7 Two cars set alight in two different streets
- 8 'It was a clear foul' - Imps boss Appleton angry after Town defeat
- 9 Stu says: Five observations following Ipswich's 1-0 win at Lincoln
- 10 Winners and Losers: The boss, two commendations, absent friends and remaining winless wonders
The siblings have been in the care of the Blue Cross Rehoming Centre for more than 50 days. Check out how cute they are by watching our video.
With the Bank Holiday here you are probably wondering how you are going to fill it.
There is so much taking place in Suffolk including a cider festival, a tractor fair, a custom car show and more. Make sure you book something up.
Two roads very close together in Walberswick both had to be evacuated this week after a bomb scare.
It is thought to have been a Second World War motar device - read the full details on the link above.