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Yesterday, 09:54

Smouldering grain saw 11 fire crews despatched to Stowmarket malt factory Muntons.

A vehicle collided with the Coddenham Bridge in Needham Market, causing disruption to rail services.

Residents with long-term illnesses can now get cash grants to help them convert and stay in their homes under a scheme approved by councillors.

Eleven fire crews have been called to a blaze at the Muntons factory in Stowmarket.

The next steps for work to reduce wind closures of the Orwell Bridge have been met with frustration, after initial findings failed to come up with concrete proposals.

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 47-year-old Lee Fitzgerald, from Gislingham, who has been missing for two weeks.

Following the closure of the Mothercare store at Copdock earlier this month, the team at a busy Ipswich pub are trying to help the shops former staff find new employment.

Four police cars and an ambulance were called to a fight between two men at a Newmarket pub.

Suffolk Trading Standards has warned households to beware so-called 'Nottingham Knockers' after a number of reports of their activities in the county.

It sounds almost impossible that anyone could ever believe it - yet a Suffolk court with the highest legal brains in the land was convinced two evil witches deserved the highest punishment possible.

Police commissioner Tim Passmore has assured taxpayers he will spend their money wisely as police gain almost £5million in extra government funding for the forthcoming financial year.

One marathon is enough for some runners but Suffolk accountancy worker Karen Hamilton has completed 50 before her 50th birthday.

Highways chiefs have outlined the next steps to reduce wind closures on the Orwell Bridge - and include options for single-file traffic and slower speeds.

Story is about a father and son in a normal house in a normal street. One is a psychopath…

'Quietly spoken, he had such a dry sense of humour... They do not seem to make people like Barry anymore'

Engineers are still trying to move a train which was damaged after it struck a deer on the main line from London Liverpool Street to Norwich, blocking the line

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has said he is encouraged by plans to solve the town's Orwell Bridge closure problems - and is hopeful some solutions will be in place before next winter.

Jan Etherington's series shows people in late middle-age aren't ready to be pensioned off yet!

Households near Framlingham affected by a burst water main have now had their supplies restored, but the A1120 road is due to remain closed until later today.

Almost four in 10 primary school pupils in Suffolk are struggling to reach expected standards in reading, writing and maths, it has emerged.

The National Trust is marking its 125th birthday this month, but the celebrations are set to last all year. Here are some of the top sites in East Anglia to visit during 2020.

Train passengers are facing disruption during the evening commute following a points failure between London Liverpool Street and Stratford.

Two cars have been involved in a crash on the outskirts of Stowmarket, with the driver of the van fleeing on foot.

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