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Local headlines

A major investigation is under way after a woman in her 30s suffered multiple stab wounds.

A Stowmarket man last seen more than a week ago has been found.

Speak out with a view on anything, however minor or insignificant, and you are almost guaranteed these days to get a torrent of abuse in return.

Almost 40 of the region's neighbourhoods are among the most deprived in England - with some sitting alongside areas of great wealth.

A project to help disabled people into work is set to be launched countywide in January after securing £2million in European cash.

A mum of an autistic boy has described how her family were left struggling to cope while they waited a year for support from services.

Historic Helmingham Hall will be turning its gardens into a lit-up winter wonderland to start the festive season.

Suffolk pet and animal charities have praised Sainsbury's decision to not sell fireworks in its stores ahead of Bonfire night next month.

A Suffolk teenager who stabbed two men as they walked home from a night out has been branded a "mindless thug" by a judge.

Calls for a Suffolk authority to reverse cuts to health visitor numbers have been rejected.

An eclectic mix of ciders and perries will be on offer at the Suffolk Cider and Song Festival this weekend.

A road is blocked in Saxmundham following a two car crash involving an Audi.

An independent review led by Suffolk's chief fire officer is set to take place over controversial school transport changes.

A hard-hitting video which sees SEND youngsters talk about how bullies have made them "sad and angry" is set to be rolled out in schools across Suffolk.

Trains may be delayed or cancelled through Needham Market after a van collided with a railway bridge this afternoon.

Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has demanded action over traffic management of the Orwell Bridge in high winds, warning that delays are "playing politics" with the town.

An early 20th century former cinema, lighthouses and a former atomic bomb inspection shed are just some of the East Anglian landmarks to be added to or removed from a register of at-risk historic sites.

Youngsters can swim for free at several Suffolk leisure centres over the October half term and Christmas holidays.

Suffolk is among the top five areas of the country for adult social care, according to latest data.

Half term in Suffolk is just next week and if you are one of the many parents looking for Halloween events that will keep your children entertained and won't cost the earth, take a look at this spooktacular list of ideas

The official AA Restaurant Guide 2020 has named its top 43 Suffolk establishments - and given a prestigious 'three rosette' ranking to two eateries.

One of Suffolk's biggest ever music stars has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Suffolk during a week of celebratory graduations.

As a "Wave of Light" goes out tonight worldwide, Helmingham Hall is among Suffolk landmarks which have lit up to show support.

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