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TV naturalist Chris Packham has called on energy bosses to “work harder” to avoid building a massive substation in a “beautiful” Suffolk habitat.

Dashcam footage has captured the moment a sportscar weaves in and out of traffic in Lowestoft.

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has responded to the news that the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) is to give up control of two Felixstowe Schools.

Ipswich Borough Council said it was looking into the issue after Carl Brame shared a photograph showing bags of rubbish, a bin, old furniture and a mattress left on a pavement outside a house in Chevallier Street.

As support continues to gather for Iceland stores’ banned Christmas ad, Lynne Mortimer looks at how it measures up to other banned and complained-about TV commercials over the years

The bunting is being displayed and flags are being unfurled in the run up to St Edmund’s Day, next week.

It is sometimes said that bigger is better - but despite some disquiet over the size of one Suffolk town’s Christmas tree this year, others say it is quality rather than quantity which really matters.

A pigeon cull on Ipswich Waterfront has been suspended following plans from protestors to “disrupt” the event.

Yesterday our photographers were out and about bringing you beautiful photos of Remembrance Day from across Suffolk and Essex.

Witnesses are being sought after a teenage girl was punched in the face by a man.

A new housing estate could be built close one of Suffolk’s most popular coastal destinations.

Catch up on our top stories of the week including a Corrie McKeague update and the revealing of the Suffolk academy trusts salaries.

In the bleak mid-Ipswich a new pancake shop is transporting customers back to the 1920s for a taste of the hit TV show Peaky Blinders.

Solo star Tom Odell has sent a message of support to a Suffolk hospice as they host their very own Strictly Come Dancing contest.

A market-mad shopper who was left disappointed by the lack of unique hippie clothing in Ipswich has launched a new shop in the town.

A cull of pigeons is to be carried out on Ipswich Waterfront for public safety reasons.

The co-owner of a taxi, coach and mini-bus hire company in Ipswich has blamed a tax gripe with HMRC for the company falling into financial meltdown last month.

Temporary barriers have been placed near the old Post Office on Ipswich’s Cornhill while alterations are made to a problematic step.

Small Business Saturday UK, the nationwide campaign to support and promote the UK’s 5.7 million small businesses, is into Colchester High Street today to shine a spotlight on the town’s top small businesses and offer free mentoring sessions.

A second student is now not attending an Ipswich school after an investigation was launched into the age of another pupil.

Vandals broke into a pensioner’s shed, stole a bucket of paint and threw it over his bungalow while he babysat his granddaughters nearby.

Like a growing number of professionals, Megan Whiting knows what ‘nomophobia’ - the irrational fear of being without your phone - feels like.

Retailers in Woodbridge are getting ready to do battle with online traders this Christmas as they look to bring shoppers back to the high street.

A Colchester man has set up a community interest company to help veterans suffering with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

An asylum seeker accused of lying about his age to attend a Suffolk school is reported to have suffered abuse and threats.

An investigation has been launched after fireworks at a popular Suffolk display malfunctioned and embers reportedly fell into crowds.

Small Business Saturday UK, the nationwide campaign to support and promote the UK’s 5.7 million small businesses, will be rolling into Bury St Edmunds tomorrow to shine a spotlight on the town’s top small businesses and to offer free mentoring.

Black Friday is coming - but will shoppers on Suffolk’s high streets be getting their hands on big bargains this year or will the best offers be online?

Londoner Susie adored her adopted Suffolk, and Ipswich Town. During a full life she corresponded with a prisoner on Death Row, and took up parkrunning at Kesgrave at 68

A man with a megaphone has been protesting against an outdoor music project marking the end of the First World War at the Waterfront in Ipswich.

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