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A new support group is being launched next month in east Suffolk giving carers and their loved ones an opportunity to share advice and experiences with other people in a “relaxed and welcoming environment”.

A family of furry guests have taken up temporary residence at an animal rescue centre in Suffolk.

Looking for an action-packed day out or an evening of entertainment? See our guide to family fun in Suffolk this weekend.

A folk singer and peace campaigner, who was the youngest known participant in the Allied invasion of Normandy, will be performing at a Suffolk food festival this weekend.

Villagers have paid tribute to a “very much loved and respected” community stalwart and Norwich worker who died in a motorcycle crash.

Children from two Suffolk primary schools had a “whale of a time” racing around a playing field to help fight cancer.

Organisers of a Suffolk town’s annual fireworks display say this year’s festivities will feature a “memorable” show with “unique effects”.

Calls have been made for more warning signs after several dogs and walkers were bitten by adders on a Suffolk beach this summer.

Today we launch a new campaign against the drivers who recklessly endanger lives by using mobile phones behind the wheel.

A nursing home where an elderly man fell to his death has been put into special measures after inspectors gave it an overall rating of “inadequate”.

Education provision has been criticised at a small Suffolk prison but independent inspectors say it has a “generally humane, enabling and purposeful culture”.

Building a massive new estate in open countryside on the edge of Felixstowe would bring more benefits than the harm it would cause, according to the developers.

A lane closure which caused miles of tailbacks on a busy Suffolk road is set to reopen today after nearly a week of delays for motorists.

Visitors took a step back in time for a day down on the farm.

Community leaders say the year-long trial to allow cycling on Felixstowe’s promenade has not yet started – and people riding their bikes are breaking the law.

Energy company bosses are to start looking at proposals for public access to a newly-created nature reserve to help mitigate the impact of Sizewell C should it be built.

A restaurateur has praised the ‘honourable’ parents of an Ipswich thief involved in a ‘dine and dash’ after they paid the £147 bill their daughter and her fellow diner left behind.

A secret bidder last week paid £6,200 for the iconic Ed Sheer-Ham artwork from the Pigs Gone Wild trail and today we can reveal the real buyer was actually Suffolk singer and star of the new Bridget Jones movie, Ed Sheeran.

A church is growing its congregation with a quiet contemplative service which starts in its chancel and ends in the pub next door.

A man has died following a motorcycle crash in Blythburgh this morning.

Work is set to start on a £90,000 three-year venture which could transform the fortunes of an east Suffolk town and help it prepare for future growth.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

A Suffolk couple are hoping to have raised £1,000 for their residents’ association after completing a gruelling nine hour tandem trip covering 100 miles on one of the hottest days of the year.

Ryman Premier Division leaders Leiston head to Reigate today as their quest for success in the FA Cup continues, writes Dave Rees.

A win for Woodbridge Town in the FA Vase, plus a round-up of our Thurlow Nunn Division teams.

This was the first ever competitive match between these two in-form sides and it was Thurlow Nunn Premier League Thetford who came out on top against their Division One opponents in an entertaining game.

Framlingham Town face their biggest challenge as a Thurlow Nunn League side to date today when they travel to Premier Division high-flyers, Thetford Town, in the First Qualifying Round of the FA Vase.

After scoring over 100 goals in three seasons Matt Blake was a much sought-after striker.

When he takes to the roads in a charity bike ride next month, cyclist Danny Driver is expecting to stand out amongst the sea of high tech bicycles and Lycra.

Strong winds failed to deter archers’ enjoyment of an annual tournament held in Suffolk over the weekend.

Ten-man Braintree Town slumped to a 2-1 defeat at Maidstone United in the Conference Premier on Tuesday night, Bobby-Joe Taylor scoring twice in the first half.

An archery group in east Suffolk is hosting a regional tournament this weekend, which it hopes can raise the profile of the sport.

Despite being profoundly deaf, Evie Lake is determined to be a winner in life – and is already an inspiration to everyone who knows her.

A football club’s dream of a new clubhouse and changing rooms fit for the 21st Century has moved a step closer with the award of a £50,000 grant.

The 2016/17 season fixtures have been released by the English Football League for the Championship, League One and League Two.

A crowd of thousands descended on the Suffolk seaside to watch some of the world’s best cyclists embark on the third edition of the Aviva Women’s Tour.

Gallery: Women’s Tour 2016 - Are you a face in the crowd?

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Were you out supporting Lizzie Armitstead and Emma Johansson as they cycled through Suffolk today?

Today the eyes of the cycling world will be firmly fixed on our region as the Aviva Women’s Tour gets under way.

The world’s top women cyclists left Suffolk this morning on day one of The Women’s Tour 2016.

A number of the world’s top cyclists will be racing through Suffolk and into Norfolk tomorrow as the 2016 Women’s Tour of Britain gets underway.

The Aviva Women’s Tour is coming to East Anglia once again next week with the Grand Depart taking place in our very own Southwold.

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