A SnOasis update is among our most read stories this week
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Spend the weekend catching up with some of our most desired stories - including a care home which sent a card to Theresa May.
A sweet seven-year-old from Beyton is on a mission to collect Easter eggs for poorly children in hospital.
Spencer Morten, who is a pupil at Abbots Green Academy, is trying to gather as many Easter goodies as he can for those at West Suffolk Hospital.
It is the fourth year Spencer has tried to brighten the day for others - resulting in him giving away 600 eggs so far. Find out how you can help him by reading the full story above.
Suffolk based actress, Sophia Capasso, who soap fans will know as EastEnders’ Evie Steele has revealed what she gets up to when she isn’t acting.
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When Sophia isn’t filming the star works as a stylist at Renaissance Hair Salon in her home town of Ipswich.
Her passion and talent in the hair dressing world has led to the salon winning an award.
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A vote on whether or not SnOasis should happen was conducted this week.
The results saw a majority vote from the committee of 11 votes to three.
The £500m development would create 3,500 jobs during construction and a further 1,900 when it is fully operational. Read all the details by visiting the link above.
A group of Felixstowe residents have sent Theresa May a card of support after she lost another vote on the terms of Britain’s withdrawal.
The card was arranged by Margery Girling House and Don Garfield-Smith after they found many residents felt sorry for the Prime Minister.
More than 25 residents signed the card which was sent by first class post to 10 Downing Street.
Suffolk’s recycling centres will see a change in their opening hours in spring.
All 11 centres will be open from 9am to 5pm every day from April to September except on Wednesdays when all sites are closed.
However, from May to August on a Thursday all sites will be open until 7pm.