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Yesterday, 18:56

A sale of clothes worn by Suffolk singing sensation Ed Sheeran has raised £7,289.87 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Crime writer Sharon Bolton will be visiting a Suffolk bookshop to talk about her new book this week.

Further consultation will take place before Government reaches a final decision on whether to allow two Suffolk councils to merge to create a “super district” along the east coast.

A family has appealed for the return of a chihuahua puppy, stolen from a park in Woodbridge after getting loose from a garden.

Seven weeks’ work and 50 kilos of wicker have been put to good use to create a new feature for a pub garden.

A pub manager is taking on a nerve-shredding aerial challenge to fund disease support and research.

Young people who were representing Scouting during the Saint George’s Day parades have been a “credit” to their communities.

Bookies are tipping the Missing People Choir which has among its membership Suffolk’s Nicki Durbin – to be named winners of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent.

Bosses at the Suffolk Food Hall hope to set a new world record for the most people eating a sausage roll in the same place at the same time.

The Alde Valley Spring Festival was officially launch at White House Farm, Great Gelmham, yesterday with a locally sourced lunch fit to feed the multitude.

Speeding fines are going up from tomorrow – with penalties doubling for motorists clocked doing more than 20mph above the limit.

More than £2,000 was raised at The Bell Inn’s 10th annual bike show and meet, which was described as “absolutely brilliant” by organisers.

A driver could be facing a ban and having his licence endorsed with 99 points after allegedly being caught speeding on the Orwell Bridge 11 times in just 25 days.

Suffolk and Essex runners are bracing themselves for the 37th London Marathon this morning.

A record number of over 300 runners were treated to glorious sunshine when they took part in the 200th Bury St Edmunds parkrun in Suffolk.

These optical puzzles will both test you and frustrate you - but have you got a keen eye for detail?

Housing developer Bloor Homes has bought the Woods Lane site at Melton, where it plans to start work on 180 new properties this summer once details have been approved by Suffolk Coastal council.

Organisers of the inaugural Great East Run in Suffolk say they “can’t believe it’ after an extra 500 places made available this morning sold out.

Bloor Homes announces plans for 180 new homes north of Woods Lane, Melton

Chiefs behind controversial plans to build a car park on an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Suffolk have vowed that they won’t even consider submitting a planning application until much later this year.

It’s a sure sign of summer’s approach when Aldeburgh selects a carnival queen.

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