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Local headlines

We are in for a wet and windy weekend, and a blustery start to the week warn weather forecasters in East Anglia as they watch Storm Atiyah.

A coroner has questioned online drug sales after a "bubbly" 22-year-old from Suffolk managed to purchase a huge quantity of tablets from regulated websites.

Greater Anglia announced just after 6.30am this morning that rural routes across Norfolk and Suffolk would be disrupted.

A narrow miss between a Toyota and a van has been captured on dashcam footage near Hadleigh.

Businesses in Suffolk are being warned to remain vigilant following reports of fake firefighters engaging in suspected scams in Ipswich.

Opening the doors to Ed Sheeran's wardrobe to nose around the shirts he has worn and his still muddy trainers might seem like something fans could only dream of.

The NHS has issued a stark warning to Suffolk residents to stay at home if they have Norovirus, as hospitals in the county are forced to close beds due to the bug.

A number of people have been arrested following a Border Force operation in Blythburgh.

A pledge to regenerate high streets in some of Suffolk's market towns is being promised by council leaders as latest figures show as many as one in ten shops lay empty.

Multiple police cars and officers from the Border Force are currently at the scene of an incident in a Suffolk village.

Most of Stowmarket's residents will surely have a favourite pub - but what about the 70 forgotten inns, alehouses and taverns which used to line the town's streets?

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they are tracing in connection with four distraction thefts of iPhone and Samsung phones across Suffolk.

He defied a Puritan crackdown and kept the spirit of Christmas alive

Rail users are facing a third day of disruption as more services have been cancelled between Ipswich and Peterborough.

A man whose wife died suddenly says he "couldn't bare the thought of her going completely", as he urges others to consider the benefits of organ donation.

A Suffolk man seriously ill with an asbestos-related cancer has launched an appeal to track down his former work colleagues to help him find evidence of where he may have contracted the disease.

Suffolk rarely produces any dramatic upsets outside of Ipswich in General Elections, but that doesn't mean it won't be interesting to see what the results are as they trickle in during the small hours of Friday, December 13.

How much were houses in Ipswich? (You'll cry.) Who topped the pop charts? Was festive TV rubbish?

An online portal has been launched by police for the first time this year to help the public report any suspected drink or drug driving concerns over Christmas directly to officers.

Police and fire services were called to a two car collision on Monday afternoon.

Seven out of 10 Suffolk schools are getting less money per pupil than five years ago - with a total funding shortfall over £20million, it has been claimed.

The 'outstanding' Suffolk schools that have not had full inspections from Ofsted for more than 10 years have been revealed.

Nursing shortages in the NHS have hit record levels, union officials are warning - as new figures reveal rising numbers of vacancies in the east.

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