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A friendly seal has become a social media star after it was captured on camera swimming in Kirton Creek off the River Deben earlier this week.

Her nude paintings celebrating the natural differences between women may have 'caused a stir' in Felixstowe but that has not put artist Brittany Van Wezel off plans for a second exhibition.

Ipswich Parkrun based at Chantry Park have announced the popular weekly event will not take place this Saturday to ensure the safety of runners.

School children from Ipswich, were amongst those celebrating the first ever Suffolk Day big weekender which was enjoyed across the county on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Staff at the Foxgrove residential home in Felixstowe have helped 102-year-old May Dyke celebrate her birthday with tea and cake

A Kesgrave parkrunner celebrating his first anniversary of taking part in the event has spoken about how running has dramatically improved his life.

A Rendlesham woman has been reminiscing about the day her then boyfriend surprised her with a very big question.

Scotland beckons for playwright Suzanne Hawkes who will take her play, Courage Calls, to one of the UK's best art festivals.

A jury could not establish the exact cause of a boiler explosion that resulted in the death of crewman in Felixstowe.

Witnesses to an explosion that killed a man aboard a ship at Felixstowe port have described the harrowing scenes in the wake of the accident.

A special community winter health advice event, held at the Manor Ballroom in Ipswich this week, proved a great success.

While the craze for online shopping is leading to empty shopfronts, it's also bringing a massive boost to Suffolk's warehousing and logistics industry.

Roll-on/roll-off capacity at the Port of Felixstowe is set to be boosted by more than 40% as shippers seek to minimise risks from Brexit.

Felixstowe Ferry fell victim to the coastal floods this afternoon - hours before high tide even hit.

A Suffolk activist known as 'Wildlife Gadgetman' is calling on people to make plastic waste reduction their New Year's resolution as he looks ahead to 2019.

From high winds controversially shutting the Orwell Bridge, to the Beast From the East causing chaos, 2018 certainly wasn't a quiet year weather-wise.

Members of the Suffolk Rocks and Felixstowe Finds Facebook groups have been impressing us with their festive rocks decorated for Christmas.

A second inquest will be held into the death of a Filipino man who died whilst working aboard a ship after new evidence came to light.

Business leaders and bosses have warned of the catastrophic consequences a hard or no deal Brexit could have on trade coming in and out of the Port of Felixstowe.

As the managing director of 1FX, a foreign exchange provider based in Felixstowe, our guest on today's podcast, James Feltwell, is particularly concerned about market volatility and the potential fallout of a disorderly Brexit.

The mayor of Felixstowe has apologised over a social media post about Black Friday shoppers.

The yuletide season is now well under way with the first panto's opening their doors and a host of Christmas fairs looking to keep everyone happy. Miriam Spall from Where To Take Our Children/Suffolk Kids has look at the family events coming up this week

European freight specialists, Jordon, has been named as a finalist in the 2018 British International Freight Association Freight Service Awards.

An Ipswich-based law firm operating across the East of England has promoted 35 of its most talented lawyers.

A blind veteran from Suffolk is set to march at the Cenotaph in London on Sunday as part of the Remembrance commemorations in the capital.

A straw which disintegrates in hot water is being introduced at one Ipswich bar as it joins the fight against single-use plastics.

Children at a Suffolk school showed off their artistic skills and added a splash of colour to stones as part of their Remembrance Day commemorations.

From apprentices to entrepreneurs, the raft of changes in this year's budget are bound to affect people involved in all levels of business in East Anglia. Our experts in Suffolk give their reaction to Chancellor Hammond's big announcements.

A woman originally from west Suffolk who helped crack the Nazi's top-secret Enigma code has been laid to rest with full military honours in America.

Find out everything you need to know from across the county in our morning news round-up.

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