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Thousands of Suffolk and Essex pupils have endured Key Stage 2 SATs tests this week - now's your chance to see how you would do.

With the UN suggesting we're all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing

A vital bus service linking Hadleigh, Sudbury and many Suffolk villages which looked under threat of closure will continue, it has been revealed.

Prince William has spoken of how he was left with a "very depressing" feeling when dealing with families losing their loved ones during his time as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot.

Suffolk families who qualify for free school transport must opt-in before the end of the month - or risk sacrificing their child's bus pass for next term.

A murderer with links to Suffolk has absconded from prison and is currently on the loose.

It may be a dog eat dog world out there, but some say having pets in the workplace can reduce stress. We hounded three business people to ponder the question...

One last ticket for Led Zeppelin's gig in Ipswich is going on sale tomorrow - as part of a music and memorabilia auction in Suffolk.

Vital road changes such as crossings and 20mph zones could be completed faster if councillors are given access to four years of funding in one go.

More than 50,000 children in Suffolk are being brought up in poverty, shock new statistics have revealed.

Leading businessman says the current business rates system for the hospitality sector needs reform as it is a "tax on success".

A unknown man who approached a teenage girl in Manningtree has sparked warnings over students' personal safety from a school.

Eagle-eyed commuters spotted a horse on the roof of the Princes Street fire station in Ipswich this morning - but what was the plastic model doing there?

A tense community will see more police on the streets of Ipswich after a 30-year-old man was stabbed.

A scheme which will see community volunteers carry out low level maintenance around their roads was launched yesterday.

An anonymous report of a possible knife-point robbery outside a Suffolk Tesco has left police appealing for further help.

A man is seriously ill in hospital after being found lying unconscious in the street in Sudbury.

A Suffolk woman who has admitted being involved in a violent robbery at a man's flat will be sentenced next month.

It was goats galore at a Suffolk farm when a group of children had an exclusive audience with some fresh-faced farmyard friends.

The woman behind nine Ipswich Town managers - including Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson - has received a prestigious award celebrating her 65 years' service at Portman Road.

More than 62,000 new homes will be needed in Suffolk in the next 20 years according to latest figures, just in order to keep up with demand.

Speed limits on rural A roads in should be reduced from 60mph because motorists don't feel safe driving that fast, safety campaigners have claimed.

Shocking new figures have revealed the scale of the housing crisis in Suffolk - with buyers forced to fork out nearly nine times the average person's salary for a standard home.

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