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A developer has launched a bid to build five new homes just off the A14 in Stowmarket.

Roller-skating fun in the 1970s and 80s is the theme for our latest nostalgia gallery.

A Suffolk pub which has closed and reopened several times in recent years is welcoming back customers once more after the coronavirus lockdown.

Firefighters battled a garden fire in Dedham after embers in an incinerator set a shed alight.

Firefighters were called out to a shed and fence blaze in Ipswich.

The owner of an Ipswich dance school has been running the world’s oldest and most famous ballroom dance competition online, with Strictly Come Dancing judges, after an unusual turn of events.

The New Wolsey Theatre has launched a series of workshops with young people to make use of the empty stage and resources while the theatre stays closed to performances during the coronavirus pandemic.

Police have released two CCTV images after a four-figure sum of cash was stolen from an 82-year-old woman in a distraction theft.

‘One of the best houses in Suffolk’ is on the market and it has its own classically inspired folly plus a private airstrip.

A teenager who drove a stolen car at up to 120mph while attempting to evade police has been sentenced for a spate of vehicle thefts across north Essex.

The strange tale of the Carlton Colville ghost that kept coming back to tidy up and visit the children she’d looked after in life

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Bury Mercury

A developer has launched a bid to build five new homes just off the A14 in Stowmarket.

Roller-skating fun in the 1970s and 80s is the theme for our latest nostalgia gallery.

A Suffolk pub which has closed and reopened several times in recent years is welcoming back customers once more after the coronavirus lockdown.

‘One of the best houses in Suffolk’ is on the market and it has its own classically inspired folly plus a private airstrip.

Two care home residents aged over 90 are among those putting their best foot forward for charity.

The University of Suffolk has risen seven places in the Times’ higher education guide - but it still ranks as one of the lowest in the country.

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Ipswich Star

A developer has launched a bid to build five new homes just off the A14 in Stowmarket.

Roller-skating fun in the 1970s and 80s is the theme for our latest nostalgia gallery.

A Suffolk pub which has closed and reopened several times in recent years is welcoming back customers once more after the coronavirus lockdown.

Firefighters were called out to a shed and fence blaze in Ipswich.

The owner of an Ipswich dance school has been running the world’s oldest and most famous ballroom dance competition online, with Strictly Come Dancing judges, after an unusual turn of events.

The New Wolsey Theatre has launched a series of workshops with young people to make use of the empty stage and resources while the theatre stays closed to performances during the coronavirus pandemic.

‘One of the best houses in Suffolk’ is on the market and it has its own classically inspired folly plus a private airstrip.

The Suffolk coast has been hit by fresh winds today as temperatures on the beaches stay cool.

Each year the St Elizabeth Hospice Midnight Walk draws crowds of thousands to the streets of Ipswich - and tonight the event is back tonight for the 15th year, with a few changes.

Villagers are continuing their campaign to reopen a pub that has been closed for nearly eight years - despite fresh plans to convert it into a home.

East Anglian MPs are to lobby the government to exclude the region from any future national lockdown – or “circuit break” – because of the relatively low number of Covid-19 cases.

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