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Householders are being warned about a spate of automated scam calls from someone claiming to be from Inland Revenue.

Learner drivers in Suffolk will be happy to hear that Ipswich has the second highest driving test pass rate in the whole of the UK.

The coldsnap that has gripped Suffolk and north Essex this weekend is to continue over coming days, forecasters have warned.

Do you know someone who lives in Ipswich who is a hit on Instagram? Or a blogger or vlogger that loves shouting about what Suffolk has to offer?

2020 is a big year in Suffolk - see what is coming up!

2019 was a landmark year in Suffolk - and these striking pictures show the high and lows of life in the county.

In a year where division has been a common tale, Suffolk can stand proud thanks to the community champions honoured in this year's New Year commendations from Her Majesty.

Earlier this winter a group of men from Suffolk spent four nights and five days living and sleeping rough on the streets of Ipswich, to really experience what it feels like to be homeless.

From dogs looking cosy in their festive jumpers, to rabbits sporting adorable Christmas hats, take a look at our adorable Suffolk Santa Paws 2019 gallery.

These dramatic images reveal an abandoned car almost completely submerged in flood water near Hadleigh.

Less rain is expected to fall today - and the afternoon looks dry - but there is still a risk of flooding in some areas following the wet weather.

Fire crews attended homes last night that were at risk of flooding as many areas are still under threat following the bad weather.

More than 100 flood warnings are in place today, including for Suffolk and Essex, as more rain is forecast.

It is one of the most special moments in a child's life which mums and dads remember forever - and now some schools have recorded the moment for eternity. So is your child in our school Christmas plays gallery?

What was your favourite? Woollies? C&A? Fanny boutique?

Top doctors have appealed to those most at risk of catching flu to protect themselves over Christmas after a 24% increase in cases since the start of December.

Christmas can be a difficult time to spend alone - so one care home in Felixstowe is offering everyone a seat at their dinner table on December 25.

The return of bird flu to East Anglia should act as a "wake-up call" for the region's poultry farmers to step up their efforts to prevent another devastating outbreak.

In the run up to Christmas we are asking our readers to send in pictures of their pets dressed up in festive outfits.

This Christmas mums and dads across Suffolk are desperately trying to get their hands on Kevin the Carrot and Edgar the John Lewis Dragon - but can you remember the must have toys when you were growing up?

If you like your home to be filled with natural light, you need look no further than this landmark property situated in Reydon close to Southwold.

The site of a baby bottles firm set to close with the loss of 430 jobs has been put up for sale.

Today schools across Suffolk have been raising money for 10-year-old Evelina Kravale who had her left foot and the lower part of her left leg amputated after she was hit by a bus.

It has been a busy morning on the roads across Suffolk as flooding has already caused a closure on the A14 and slow driving conditions on the A12.

Today schools and nurseries across Suffolk and north Essex are pulling on their Pudsey ears and raising plenty of pennies for Children in Need 2019.

Today is the day that proud mums, dads and grandparents can get their hands on the special East Anglian Daily Times reception class photo supplement featuring primary schools across Suffolk.

An artist inspired by the East Anglian countryside is preparing for a fundraising exhibition after completing 100 drawings in 100 days to help a farming mental health charity.

Following a damning report which highlighted the stress fireworks can cause to animals, the RSPCA have released important advice for keeping pets safe this firework night.

If you are looking for something spooky to entertain the children this Halloween head down to Charter Square in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday night.

A website advertising a fake university in Queen Street has been shut down after it attempted to scam thousands of pounds from overseas students looking to obtain a degree in Suffolk.

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