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Yesterday East Anglia enjoyed bright and sunny spells but it looks like there could be a build-up of clouds later today.

If you heard the bang and fizz of fireworks but didn’t see them you probably missed the first day of the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

All lanes on the A14 eastbound have now reopened following a two-vehicle crash at the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border.

A family fun day – organised by a Suffolk mother and campaigner – was held in Bury St Edmunds to raise money for a charity fighting a deadly bug that attacks babies at birth.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

The eighth annual One Big Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday September 2 in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park.

It’s been a busy week across Suffolk and north Essex, here’s your catch-up guide to five things we learned this week.

Suffolk Constabulary chief constable Gareth Wilson writes about assaults on officers, how the force is improving its handling of non-emergency calls and the bravery of police dogs.

When Kate Bowden-Smith founded Pier PR and Marketing 10 years ago, she was clear about the kind of agency she wanted to create.

Persimmon will unveil results for the first half of the year this week, with investors keen to hear management’s view on whether the increase in interest rates is starting to impact sales.

A man wielding a machete was arrested after threatening members ofthe public in a town centre.

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Bury Mercury

If you heard the bang and fizz of fireworks but didn’t see them you probably missed the first day of the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

Yesterday East Anglia enjoyed bright and sunny spells but it looks like there could be a build-up of clouds later today.

All lanes on the A14 eastbound have now reopened following a two-vehicle crash at the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border.

A family fun day – organised by a Suffolk mother and campaigner – was held in Bury St Edmunds to raise money for a charity fighting a deadly bug that attacks babies at birth.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

The eighth annual One Big Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday September 2 in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park.

Celebrity chef and TV presenter Rosemary Shrager will headline the cookery demonstrations at this year’s Newmarket Food and Drink Festival.

Ipswich Star

Yesterday East Anglia enjoyed bright and sunny spells but it looks like there could be a build-up of clouds later today.

If you heard the bang and fizz of fireworks but didn’t see them you probably missed the first day of the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

The eighth annual One Big Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday September 2 in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park.

It’s been a busy week across Suffolk and north Essex, here’s your catch-up guide to five things we learned this week.

Suffolk Constabulary chief constable Gareth Wilson writes about assaults on officers, how the force is improving its handling of non-emergency calls and the bravery of police dogs.

A man was arrested on suspicion of drug driving after his vehicle was stopped due to way it was being driving.

Members of the public are being advised not to approach a Hollesley Bay prisoner, who has absconded.

Ipswich Borough Council leader DAVID ELLESMERE writes about what needs to happen to solve Britain’s housing crisis.

An Ipswich woman will appear on Channel 5’s Blind Date TV show this Saturday in hope of finding love accompanied by her guinea pig.

An army veteran from Colchester who lost both legs in a bomb blast in Afghanistan has become an ambassador for an independent road safety charity.

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