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Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman is urging people to respond to the serious needs so many face, and to make a real difference in the lives of those facing poverty, loneliness, illness and lack of support.

Officers have been called to reports of an armed assault in Ipswich this morning involving a man with a gun.

London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon is set to learn his fate on Tuesday when shareholders cast their votes over whether to oust him over the departure of former chief executive Xavier Rolet.

Essex Police have named the woman who died after suffering stab wounds in Braintree on Saturday as Suzanne Brown.

Christmas comes but once a year, but family rivalries can last forever.

A Suffolk schoolgirl has put her skills to good use by selling Christmas decorations she has made using her dad’s welder.

The air ambulance landed shortly before 1pm on Sunday afternoon

Ipswich’s BIG Sing choir will be performing a number of Christmas songs this week to help spread festive cheer.

The competition was open to youngsters from across the county.

Police and Border Force officials linked up for a new campaign aimed at eliminating the scourge of modern slavery at Stansted Airport over the weekend.

A pet dog narrowly escaped an icy fate – thanks to its husky ancestry and the bravery of Suffolk firefighters.

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Bury Mercury

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman is urging people to respond to the serious needs so many face, and to make a real difference in the lives of those facing poverty, loneliness, illness and lack of support.

A driver has suffered serious injuries after being trapped in his car following a collision in west Suffolk early this morning.

Improvements to a Bury St Edmunds underpass have been carried out thanks to team work from many organisations and companies in the town.

“We need to find out what has happened to Corrie McKeague.”

Parts of Suffolk and Essex feature strongly as some of the UK’s best places to live in an annual quality of life survey.

A Suffolk road-worker died on a country road that should have been closed to traffic while work was taking place, a court has heard.

Optimism in Suffolk’s tourism industry remains buoyant despite economic uncertainties linked with Brexit negotiations, a report has found.

Ipswich Star

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman is urging people to respond to the serious needs so many face, and to make a real difference in the lives of those facing poverty, loneliness, illness and lack of support.

Officers have been called to reports of an armed assault in Ipswich this morning involving a man with a gun.

London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon is set to learn his fate on Tuesday when shareholders cast their votes over whether to oust him over the departure of former chief executive Xavier Rolet.

James and Sarah were the final contestants left standing but who became business partners with Lord Sugar?

Christmas comes but once a year, but family rivalries can last forever.

Ipswich’s BIG Sing choir will be performing a number of Christmas songs this week to help spread festive cheer.

Police and Border Force officials linked up for a new campaign aimed at eliminating the scourge of modern slavery at Stansted Airport over the weekend.

A pet dog narrowly escaped an icy fate – thanks to its husky ancestry and the bravery of Suffolk firefighters.

Another Suffolk headteacher has entered the debate about the future of school transport in the county by writing an open letter to cabinet member Gordon Jones.

A baby bereavement group has told of its devastation after “vile” and “mindless” vandals attacked a tree of remembrance in Ipswich for the second time this year.

It’s the 100th anniversary of the death of Suffolk’s most famous daughter. First woman in Britain to qualify as a doctor. First woman to be elected an English mayor

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