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Thousands of people - including schoolchildren - are hitting the streets today to support the Global Climate Strike, with a series of climate change protests happening across Suffolk and north Essex.

People have been asked to report any signs of cruelty to raptors as part of a national initiative being promoted by Suffolk Police.

A historic pub gutted by fire which has stood empty for more than six years has won the first part of a £1million boost to restore it to its former glory.

Luxurious afternoon teas with elegant patisserie, and homemade breakfasts and lunches on the menu at seaside business

Traffic travelling northbound on the A12 near Martlesham is at a standstill after a spillage closed one lane.

A karate coach's offer of free self defence classes was so well received by women in Ipswich that he chose to stage another month of sessions.

New leads have opened up in the two-decade hunt for a Suffolk teenager's killer - after detectives reopened the case as a live murder inquiry.

A couple who are wanted by police in France remain at large as officers appeal to the community for help.

A high street pub which underwent a major refurbishment will change hands just months after new publicans took over.

A woman in her 70s was taken to hospital with neck injuries and a broken arm following an incident in Halesworth.

A father has expressed his disbelief after his family discovered a 5in knife on a grass verge in Ipswich - the second blade to be found on the streets of Suffolk in the last 10 days.

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Bury Mercury

Thousands of people - including schoolchildren - are hitting the streets today to support the Global Climate Strike, with a series of climate change protests happening across Suffolk and north Essex.

People have been asked to report any signs of cruelty to raptors as part of a national initiative being promoted by Suffolk Police.

A "groundbreaking" multi-million development which will combine health, leisure and education facilities has moved a step closer - after its business plan was approved.

Building work is about to start on a multi-million pound new global headquarters for Treatt in west Suffolk.

A mum whose own life and that of her baby son were at risk during labour is fundraising for vital equipment to improve his mobility.

Greater Anglia was one of the most improved rail companies in Britain for punctuality and reliability over the first three months of the current financial year according to the government's Office of Road and Rail.

A burglar who committed a spate of break-ins at businesses in a Suffolk town has been given an opportunity by a judge to get help for his drug addiction.

Ipswich Star

Thousands of people - including schoolchildren - are hitting the streets today to support the Global Climate Strike, with a series of climate change protests happening across Suffolk and north Essex.

Luxurious afternoon teas with elegant patisserie, and homemade breakfasts and lunches on the menu at seaside business

Traffic travelling northbound on the A12 near Martlesham is at a standstill after a spillage closed one lane.

A karate coach's offer of free self defence classes was so well received by women in Ipswich that he chose to stage another month of sessions.

New leads have opened up in the two-decade hunt for a Suffolk teenager's killer - after detectives reopened the case as a live murder inquiry.

A couple who are wanted by police in France remain at large as officers appeal to the community for help.

A father has expressed his disbelief after his family discovered a 5in knife on a grass verge in Ipswich - the second blade to be found on the streets of Suffolk in the last 10 days.

A pair of Ipswich barbers are hoping to be a cut above the rest as they compete to win a national hairdressing title.

A fox and a dog were released unharmed after both getting stuck inside a pipe

A 30-year-old woman has dropped seven dress sizes to turn her life around, after spending most of her youth comfort eating in foster care and battling with her weight.

A stretch of the A14 has reopened following a three-hour closure as a result of a traffic collision involving at least three vehicles.

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