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How will the arts in Suffolk be affected by cuts to funding from the Arts Council?
With music, features, interactive radio and general fun.
An increase in heating oil thefts and a cash boost for a Suffolk charity.
Suffolk has its say about George Osborne's Budget.
We find out what you can expect to hear from the Chancellor, George Osborne in the Budget.
Season ticket prices for Ipswich Town are up by 6%.
And Suffolk sees more scarecrows.
Aircraft return to RAF Marham from Libya and it's goodbye to the Woolpit whiff.
Olympic tickets go on sale. We find out the costs. Plus who's on at Latitude.
We hear the latest on Japan's stricken nuclear reactors. Plus Latitude tickets go on sale.
Campaigners in Beccles hope to open a new high school for the town by September.
Suffolk County Council is criticised for putting money into a social enterprise project.
St Michael's Church in Upper Orwell Street has been badly damaged by a massive fire.
We hear how the illegal tobacco trade is costing the Treasury billions in lost taxes.
Lesley Dolphin sits in. With music, features, interactive radio and general fun.
Suffolk pig farmers march on London.
Mark Matthews in for Mark Murphy examines the impact of rising fuel prices on Suffolk.