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Urgent action is being taken to recruit and retain clinicians within GP surgeries in Ipswich and east Suffolk as NHS bosses warn of an impending workforce crisis.

The Orwell Bridge fully reopened before the rush hour this morning, Highways England has confirmed.

The daughter of former US president Barack Obama is reportedly dating a teenager from Suffolk.

Do you run out of things to do at the weekend? Check out our guide for inspiration, here is what’s happening November 25 and 26.

Another honour for Gipping Homes for the Bartlet convalescent home conversion in Felixstowe.

A national furniture chain which has stores and its head office in the region is looking for a buyer after calling in administrators.

The count down to Christmas has begun, with residents across Suffolk preparing for various Christmas lights switch on events.

A Suffolk woman forked out almost £200 a week for domestic care despite agency workers cutting visits short, a government watchdog has found.

After a year-long trial, no incidents or accidents, and the public in favour – cycling on Felixstowe’s promenade is set to be made permanent.

The Kesgrave High School pupil says she feels “amazing” after passing her driving test first time – a year earlier than her peers.

Suffolk-based Hopkins Homes wins Best Medium Housebuilder in the WhatHouse? Awards 2017

A charity has composed a list of 24 things you can do this advent to make a difference.

Concerns have been raised over how a new set of roadworks in Nacton Road lasting almost five weeks will impact Christmas shopping in Ipswich town centre.

Suffolk gardening expert, writer and broadcaster Ric Staines has died – prompting tributes from people who knew and worked with him.

Tonight’s Lotto draw has an estimated £18.1 million jackpot after no ticket holders scooped Wednesday’s top prize.

Thousands of people turned out for festive light switch-on events in Suffolk and north Essex this week.

A charity single penned and performed by a Suffolk-based community choir could be in the running for Christmas number one.

A series of amber flood alerts have been issued to stretches of the Suffolk and north Essex coastline overnight tonight.

Hundreds of Suffolk children helped “raise the roof” during a singing project first conceived to mark the centenary of one of the county’s most famous composers.

How well have you been keeping up with the region’s news in the last week? Find out with our East Anglia news round-up quiz.

Locations in Ipswich have emerged as the latest sets to feature in the new series of BBC series Detectorists – with one even doubling for London.

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