September 2 2014 Latest news:

Aldeburgh news See all

Suffolk artist Sophie Elinor Martin is exhibiting her latest work in a solo show called Found taking place at Snape Maltings.

Snape: Artist brings vitality to images left otherwise neglected online

A Suffolk artist has been overjoyed with the response to her latest solo exhibition, which continues at Snape Maltings until Thursday.

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Framlingham news See all

Launch of the Framlingham Sausage Fest.
L-R Daniel Tompkins,Anne James,Mia Pascoe,Jenny Stockman,Tom Ramsay.

Ipswich: Banger battle’s due back in town with host of new attractions

An annual banger bash has become such a hit that organisers have this year arranged for coaches to bring in visiting sausage fans.

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Leiston news See all

An aerial photograph of Sizewell. Photo: Mike Page.

Sizewell/Hacheston: EDF Energy called upon rethink park and ride proposal

The energy company behind plans for a nuclear power plant in east Suffolk has been called upon to reconsider its “inappropriate” transport proposals associated with the project.

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Saxmundham news See all

Eric Moss in 2007

Farnham: Farmer Eric Moss and his company ARP Farms Limited plead guilty to offences against cattle

A man who allowed cattle carcasses to decompose on his farm near Saxmundham has pleaded guilty to Animal by-products and Cattle registration offences.

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Wickham Market news See all

The new zinc roof on Hacheston Church. Michael Dawe is pictured.

Hacheston: Community pulls together to help fund church roof repairs

A village church is looking like its old self following repairs to stolen lead roofing.

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Woodbridge news See all

Halesworth news See all

Stephen Burroughes

Halesworth: Outgoing councillor claims residents are being short-changed.

A departing councillor has claimed people in a Suffolk town are being “short-changed” by their representatives.

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Southwold news See all

Generic Views of Southwold Harbour.

Southwold: Parking trial starts at town’s harbour

New parking measures in a coastal resort are to be trialled for 18 months from today.

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