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  1. Disruption clears on Greater Anglia trains between Ipswich and LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    Two points failures at London Liverpool Street which saw thousands of rail passengers heading towards Ipswich delayed this evening have been fixed. More than 20 trains were cancelled, with Greater Anglia chiefs warning fewer services were able to run on all lines, including the mainline between London and Norwich.

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  2. Inquest opens into Jeremy Head's suicide at Bury St Edmunds mental health unit Wedgwood HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Jeremy Head, who took his own life at mental health unit Wedgwood House, in Bury St Edmunds, in 2014. Picture: Ashtons Legal The sister of a 49-year-old man who was found hanged at a mental health unit in Suffolk has said she begged for help in the weeks leading up to his death.

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  3. Study assessing 'up to eight options' for Sizewell C workforce campusRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Research is being carried out into a number of alternative options for a campus for workers constructing the Sizewell C nuclear power station. A computer-generated image of how the Sizewell nuclear complex would look after construction of Sizewell C. Image: EDF Energy Current proposals for accommodation for 2,400 workers at Eastbridge, near Leiston, have been heavily criticised - with most councils and campaigners deeply unhappy at the location.

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  4. Search for missing RAF man Corrie McKeague continues as landfill is...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Star

    The landfill site is 30 miles away from where Corrie was last seen on CCTV walking down a dead end full of bins in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

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  5. Tractors in Schools week starts with visits in Ipswich, Leiston and ElmswellRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    Broke Hall Community Primary School, Ipswich, had a Tractors in School visit - farmer John Taylor with Kara Bassil. Picture: NIGEL BROWN Hundreds of youngsters will get close-up to one of the most impressive and hi-tech working vehicles this week - as they take part in a growing education programme.

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  6. MMA fighter showboats in the ring, gets knocked outRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Oak Ridge Observer

    For the majority of the two rounds he lasted in the BCMMA interim featherweight title fight, Harding mixed up some clean shots with some over-the-top dancing and cockiness. Segas was having none of it though and pounced on the opportunity to strike, landing solid high kick to his complacent opponent's jaw to knock his lights out.

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  7. More than 300 police officers to be on duty in Norwich for East Anglian derby this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Hundreds of police officers are to be on the streets of the city on Sunday due to the East Anglian derby. About 2,000 Ipswich Town fans are expected to travel to Norwich for the match at Carrow Road on Sunday with kick-off at midday.

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  8. Housing scheme for Suffolk domestic abuse victims gets A 500k cash injection from governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    A project pledging to give extra support to domestic abuse victims in Suffolk has been awarded hundreds of thousands of pounds in government funding. Tony Goldson, cabinet member for health, is in charge of the project at Suffolk County Council.

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  9. With 'Progrigio' about hit the supermarket shelves here are six...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Is a new style of bubbly about to take the supermarket aisles by storm with its mix of two favourite tipples? Demand for one of the nation's favourite bottles of bubbly, Prosseco, could potentially mean a shortage of the drink as demand outstrips supply. The blend of Prosecco and Pinot Grigio, on sale at ASDA, is said to have a delicately floral flavour with fruity aromas with a hint of sweetness to the finish.

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  10. Why does Suffolk have UK's highest number of abandoned 999 police calls?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Suffolk Constabulary said 38,219 calls were abandoned before being answered by them in 2016 - an average of more than 100 a day. It was the highest figure of all 28 forces to provide figures in response to a Freedom of Information request by the Liberal Democrats.

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  11. Man called girlfriend 'fat and lazy' before assaulting her, court hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    A man who kicked and punched his partner following a row about her using a tumble dryer instead of hanging the washing out to dry has been jailed for seven months. Before Ipswich Crown Court was David White who denied assaulting Lavinia Beer at her home in Baynard Drive in Little Dunmow in August 2015.

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  12. Newton Faulkner to star in LeeStock Festival's 10th anniversary line-upRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    The acts that will headline one of Suffolk's most popular music festivals in its 10th anniversary year have been announced, with singer/songwriter Newton Faulkner topping the bill. Organisers of LeeStock Music Festival have announced the first three acts that will appear at the event at Melford Hall this May. In addition to Faulkner, and in celebration of the 10-year milestone, American rockers Wheatus and British act Toploader are both set to return to the festival for a second time for what is being billed as a 'greatest hits' line-up.

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  13. Offshore specialist to move into new Lowestoft baseRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Offshore specialists James Fisher Marine Services will breathe new life into a major disused site in Lowestoft when it takes over the former offices of AKD Engineering. The company will to Horn Hill from the OrbisEnergy centre, having expanded quickly on the back of contracts for offshore wind projects, including a A 25m contract on the Galloper wind farm.

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  14. Cathedral sets out plans to end budget deficitRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Newmarket Today

    St Edmundsbury Cathedral has put in place a three-year plan to erase a 60,0000 budget deficit, but does not plan to charge admission. The Bury St Edmunds cathedral's commercial director Tony Kimber said the deficit will be A 60,000 by the end of its financial year in December.

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  15. Newton Faulkner to headline LeeStock Music Festival in Long Melford - Wheatus and Toploader also starRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Newmarket Today

    The internationally-acclaimed star will be joined by other stand-out acts including Wheatus and Toploader who will both be returning for the second appearances as the charity festival marks its 10th anniversary. It was set up in memory of Long Melford man Lee Dunford who died in 2006 from Hodgkins Lymphoma, with profits from the festival used to support Willow Foundation.

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  16. First teams sign up for Oulton Broad's East Anglian Dragon Boat FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Businesses, clubs and organisations from across the region have been getting their teams together for this year's East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival. The event will take place at Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad on Sunday, May 14, in aid of East Coast Hospice.

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  17. Teacher of GeographySuffolkAn enthusiastic, dynamic and suitably...Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Times Educational Supplement

    An enthusiastic, dynamic and suitably qualified teacher is sought to join the team of a well-resourced Geography department. Candidates must be imaginative and forward thinking and keen to regard this as an exciting opportunity for further career development.

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  18. Petrol 'explosion' in Bury St EdmundsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Bury Free Press

    Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service received reports of 'flames and a loud bang' at a property in Abbot Road at 1.40pm. A spokeswoman for the service said: "The fire was caused by a resident in the road working on a motorcycle - petrol leaked into the drains, ignited that and lifted up the concrete."

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  19. Plan to try to save Bury's Edmund GalleryRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Bury Free Press

    Artists using St Edmundsbury Cathedral's Edmund Gallery have been invited to draw up a business plan to save it. The cathedral, which faces a A 60,000 deficit , cancelled gallery bookings and announced it must close the gallery to turn it into a commercial let to raise money.

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  20. A14 reopened near Bury St Edmunds after fears over woman's safety lead to full closureRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    Police closed a section of the A14 near Bury St Edmunds today after fears were raised over a woman's safety. Suffolk Constabulary received reports from concerned members of the public that a woman was "close" to walking out on to the eastbound carriage of the A14, close to junction 43 and a Tesco supermarket at around 1.50pm.

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