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The resumption of the search for Corrie McKeague at the Milton landfill site will begin next week, police have confirmed.

UK Power Networks have extra staff on duty this morning as parts of Suffolk and Essex begin to experience windy conditions brought by Storm Brian.

Gale force winds are set to batter parts of Suffolk and north Essex tomorrow as a ‘weather bomb’ brought by Storm Brian sparks a series of safety warnings.

Halloween is fast approaching and there are a variety of events taking place across the county for everyone to enjoy.

Six Ipswich drug dealers have been given prison sentences totalling 19 years following a police operation targeting the supply of heroin in the town.

A new customer service centre for Mid Suffolk council has been opened in Stowmarket as the council prepares to complete its move of its main offices to Ipswich.

A man in his 70s suffered serious internal head injuries when his car left the road and crashed into a ditch in mid Suffolk yesterday.

The autumn half term is approaching as quick as the leaves are falling, so make sure you’re one step ahead and get your days planned with our guide.

More than 800 people have already had their say on how Stowmarket and Sudbury should develop in the future at exhibitions in the towns.

As the leaves have started falling and the autumn half term edges closer, be one step ahead with your plans and check out our list of things to do on Saturday, October 21, and Sunday, October 22.

First-time buyers have cause for optimism as average house prices appeared to fall in the last three months, according to a survey by property website Zoopla.

Unprecedented demand on A&Es in Suffolk and north Essex has seen paramedics facing soaring delays handing over patients, figures reveal.

A Suffolk mother left devastated when a drink driver killed her son but was given just five years in jail is backing plans to lock up careless motorists for life.

Weather forecasters are warning another storm could be on its way to the UK this weekend – bringing gusts of up to 70mph to East Anglia.

Twenty-four employees from Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King, including three from the town, hope to have raised £100,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support after returning from taking on Africa’s highest mountain.

A temporary home has been found for the fire hit Cycle King which was destroyed in a blaze.

A 32-year-old man was struck and killed by a train at Haughley last night.

A person who was struck by a train in Haughley tonight has died, British Transport Police have confirmed.

The first graduates of the University of Suffolk since it secured independence status last year gathered in Ipswich today to celebrate years of hard work.

Paramedics and police treated three people for minor injuries after a crash in a mid Suffolk village this evening.

Passengers using Greater Anglia trains are facing delays of up to 50 minutes this evening.

Train operator Greater Anglia is running extra services for the East Anglian derby this weekend.

A war hero who was killed in action in Belgium 100 years ago during the First World War has been remembered at a fitting tribute ceremony.

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