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Yesterday, 18:23

Weather forecasters are warning another storm could be on its way to the UK this weekend – bringing gusts of up to 70mph to East Anglia.

A Suffolk man with an “appalling” criminal record has been made the subject of a criminal behaviour order (CBO) banning him from swearing and being drunk in public.

A bestselling author who has a love for Suffolk has described how much of an influence the county’s landscape has on her work as part of her address receiving an honorary degree from the University of Suffolk.

The first graduates of the University of Suffolk since it secured independence status last year gathered in Ipswich today to celebrate years of hard work.

As the leaves have started falling and the autumn half term edges closer, be one step ahead with your plans and check out our list of things to do on Saturday, October 21, and Sunday, October 22.

The Layers on the edge of Saxmundham has been enjoyed and used by residents for more than a century for recreation, as venue for the Suffolk Show, a camp for troops in the Second World War, farmland, and as a haven for wildlife.

Train operator Greater Anglia is running extra services for the East Anglian derby this weekend.

Lord and Lady Somerleyton have offered a cash reward for the safe return of a lost family heirloom.

Increasing numbers of parents are applying online for a Year 7 place for their children. Find out everything you need to know about how to apply for secondary schools in Suffolk for September 2018.

A Suffolk castle which inspired an Ed Sheeran hit song has been listed in the top 10 spookiest English Heritage sites.

It is hoped a youth club will be up and running again in Kesgrave in the new year.

Proposals for a new £710,000 resource centre for people with life-limiting illnesses in north Suffolk have suffered a setback – and fresh plans will have to be drawn up.

The East Suffolk Partnership’s fifth annual forum at the Trinity Park Conference Centre on November 10 is fully booked to consider the theme “Unlocking the potential of growth in east Suffolk”.

Record crowds crawled under cargo nets, climbed up banks and waded through rivers to collect cash for charity at an annual Suffolk race.

Fewer homes may be needed to help raise a substantial part of a £12million appeal to protect a vulnerable and beautiful area from flooding – and several sites are already under consideration.

New barriers are to be put in place to stop people who are not customers parking at Notcutts garden centre in Woodbridge.

The driver of the car involved in an accident with a train on an unstaffed Suffolk level crossing on Sunday remains in a critical but stable condition in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

Wantisden Valley has teamed up with the Folk at the Froize monthly food and gig night to organise a special Folk on the Farm event.

Around 100 dog walkers and 60 dogs gathered at Glemham Hall for the annual Paws with a Cause walk on Sunday, helping raise a four-figure sum of money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

One of Suffolk’s most senior clergy has said farewell to the county after seven years to pursue new paths in the church.

The former Thomas Mills High School pupil, 26, was rushed to hospital after the incident.

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Yesterday, 13:47

Two stalwarts of the Suffolk football community have been recognised with the presentation of FA 50-year service awards, writes Nick Garnham.

Suffolk fell to an overall 19-17 defeat at Cleveland in the British Inter County Championship Division Two at the weekend, having let slip a seemingly impregnable overnight lead.

Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher’s son – former army captain Christopher – has died, it has been reported.

Train operator Greater Anglia is running extra services for the East Anglian derby this weekend.

More than 1,200 young players took to the field for the ninth Woodbridge Rugby Club under 7-12 Festival.

Harry Fricker of Kesgrave High School, whose handicap is scratch, won the Suffolk Schools’ Championship title at Hintlesham with a three under par round of 69, writes Tony Garnett.

Leiston moved to the top of the Bostik Premier Division after a 2-0 win away to Dorking Wanderers on Saturday, writes Craig Cooper.

Woodbridge Town progressed to the third round of the Suffolk Senior Cup and knocked out last season’s runners up with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Cranes Sports at Notcutts Park.

Struggling Long Melford put up a fight against star-packed Stowmarket but fell 2-1 at home.

Leiston play their first game away in the league since their 2-0 victory at Lowestoft Town at the end of August today.

London 3 Eastern Counties

Southwold 55

Newmarket 7

Southwold kept up their perfect start to the season and stayed top of the league with a comprehensive home victory.

Women’s National Championships East 1

Southwold Swallows 0

Woodbridge Amazons 40

The bragging rights in Suffolk returned south to Woodbridge on Sunday as the Amazons blew away the Swallows of Southwold, writes Ian Girling.

A play-off between two former Suffolk Open champions, Jamie Abbott (2005) and Jamie Moul (2001), was needed to settle first prize in the Jamega Tour Championship at Old Fold Manor.

London 3 Eastern Counties

Holt 18

Woodbridge Warriors 13

Within ten minutes Angus Clogg kicked a Woodbridge penalty and James Wyatt did likewise for Holt.

Woodbridge Town went back to the top-of-the-table in Thurlow One this week and tomorrow host the team they replaced – King’s Lynn Reserves.

Felixstowe Harpers first-team boss Peter Gorham is hoping his side can keep themselves in the top four by Christmas.

Leiston boss Glenn Driver has praised his side after another victory in midweek keeps the Blues the only undefeated side in Bostik Premier.

Jo Woodward and Amanda Norman of Felixstowe Ferry won the Haskell Cup with a 6 and 5 victory over Abbie Symonds and Helen Bray in the final at Haverhill.

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