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Sausage dogs are looking to beat a world record in Southwold this weekend. The Southwold Sausage Walk charity event is back for its fifth year on Saturday.
A Suffolk mother-of-two who launched an organisation to support parents of premature babies after her second son was born at just 24-weeks is searching for more people to help her crusade.
Police have issued a warning to householders following reports of scam emails in the area.
A warning has been issued following an increase in fake adverts offering pets for sale.
A man who punched a teenage girl in the face and then fled the scene is still being sought by police.
The owner of a large bird that got loose on the A12 last night has thanked members of the public for helping to steer him away from the rush hour traffic.
Police have issued a warning to motorists to take care when driving on rural roads after a vehicle overturned and another ended up in a ditch in separate crashes.
A Suffolk Punch horse has travelled over a 1000 miles to return home after living in Spain for the past 14 years.
A butterfly knife, large sword and a carving knife are just some of the weapons given up to police following a week-long amnesty.
Businesses in Haverhill are being urged to back a bid for millions of pounds of government funding to help transform the town centre.
A former Suffolk vicar now living in Christchurch has spoken of the shock that has enveloped the city after 50 Muslim worshippers were gunned down in their mosques.
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Police have issued a warning to householders following reports of an electrical safety scam.
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A cafe inside a community and business centre will soon be used as a training hub for the wider community.
The number of traders at a west Suffolk market has nearly doubled after a £12,000 investment in new electricity points.
Beachgoers have been warned after "hazardous" spikes appeared on a Lowestoft beach.
Emily Cotton on why it matters that menstrual health will soon be taught in schools.
Business owners and shoppers have described a ram raid by a masked gang at a supermarket in a Suffolk town as a "shock".
The royal's New York party has been much reported and speculated upon. Our columnist reveals more about the tradition.
A popular town centre coffee shop, which has hosted a series of themed events and was renowned for its bubble tea and retro toy collection, is set to close its doors this weekend.
Police have issued a warning following a spate of cold calls from fraudsters claiming to be from travel companies.
Shoppers have been reacting to news that Marks & Spencer may move out of Ipswich town centre.
A man from Brantham has released a charity song to celebrate his younger brother's heart transplant, in collaboration with charity Little Hearts Matter.
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News that Suffolk Coastal council taxpayers will be paying for a £15,000 "celebration" of the district's 45 years to mark its dissolution next month has not gone down well in the district.
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A new political party is preparing for elections in May as community-minded residents join forces to form Hadleigh Together.
An abandoned camper van which has been daubed with offensive graffiti as it sat on a Lowestoft street for more than two weeks is to be removed.
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