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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

In his first column for this newspaper since becoming Suffolk's chief constable, Stephen Jupp talks about changes and challenges facing the force - and which police show people should watch.

Bestselling author Anthony Horowitz has praised an inspiring group of volunteers who support young families in Suffolk facing difficulties including depression and isolation.

Pupils in Ipswich will be taught life skills such as cooking, gardening and bicycle maintenance under a new project.

Suffolk's answer to George of the Jungle has reached the halfway mark of a mammoth fundraising task, running nearly 300 miles through rainforest in Sri Lanka and Peru.

Margot Packwood has been a member of the Labour Party for more than 70 years - but was shocked to get a letter from the party cancelling her membership after breaking its election rules.

It is nearly time for the Queen's Birthday flypast - and Suffolk and Essex could again get one of the best views of the impressive spectacle. Here's what we know.

It was smiles all round at the 180th Hadleigh Show - as fans of country life from across the region gathered for a day of fun in the sun.

British Sandwich Week begins on May 19. So let's get creative. Forget about those limp cheese and ham or tuna mayo sarnies and try one of our more drool-worthy suggestions from across the globe.

The closure of a north Essex village's only post office has been met with sadness and frustration.

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The Suffolk Show is the county's biggest day out on May 29 & 30 and this year it promises to be better than ever

Lindsay Want alights at Saxmundham and walks the East Suffolk Line north to Yoxford

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With so much going on around Suffolk this weekend, it's not easy to decide what amazing events you'll be attending. Allow our handy guide to 5 things to do make that decision a little easier!

Enjoy writing? Why not enter the Felixstowe Book Festival and Suffolk Magazine 2019 short story competition?

David Falk, Suffolk County Council's Green Access manager, scopes out this year's Suffolk Walking Festival Challenge Walk

Bury Mercury

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

It was smiles all round at the 180th Hadleigh Show - as fans of country life from across the region gathered for a day of fun in the sun.

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.

The Rotary Club of Bury St Edmunds raised more than £8,500 for 13 charities through its annual swimarathon.

Shoplifter Florentin Pavelici filled a shopping trolley with more than £2,000 of champagne and other alcohol but fled after being challenged by Sainsbury's staff.

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.

Ipswich Star

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

In his first column for this newspaper since becoming Suffolk's chief constable, Stephen Jupp talks about changes and challenges facing the force - and which police show people should watch.

Bestselling author Anthony Horowitz has praised an inspiring group of volunteers who support young families in Suffolk facing difficulties including depression and isolation.

Pupils in Ipswich will be taught life skills such as cooking, gardening and bicycle maintenance under a new project.

Suffolk's answer to George of the Jungle has reached the halfway mark of a mammoth fundraising task, running nearly 300 miles through rainforest in Sri Lanka and Peru.

Margot Packwood has been a member of the Labour Party for more than 70 years - but was shocked to get a letter from the party cancelling her membership after breaking its election rules.

It is nearly time for the Queen's Birthday flypast - and Suffolk and Essex could again get one of the best views of the impressive spectacle. Here's what we know.

It was smiles all round at the 180th Hadleigh Show - as fans of country life from across the region gathered for a day of fun in the sun.

British Sandwich Week begins on May 19. So let's get creative. Forget about those limp cheese and ham or tuna mayo sarnies and try one of our more drool-worthy suggestions from across the globe.

The closure of a north Essex village's only post office has been met with sadness and frustration.

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