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Suffolk's first sexual assault referral centre opens.
James and Sal will be broadcasting live from the seventh annual Christmas Fayre in Bury.
Several UK building societies are in the spotlight over protected capital accounts.
James looks at two high street skills and whether they have a place in modern times.
The Duchess of Cornwall visits Suffolk and a Barnardo's boy tries to find his friend.
Gillian McKeith's phobia of creepy crawlies takes over - what extreme fears do you have?
Pudsey is in Ipswich finding out how you've been fund-raising for Children in Need.
Should unruly pupils be excluded from school for more than a few days?
What responsibility does the media have in ensuring the royal couple keep their privacy?
James finds out how Kelly's latest IVF attempt has produced an extra special surprise.
Is it time to put up the cost of junk food to cut back on the increase in obesity cases?
A Suffolk mum says her son is getting too much homework and it's disrupting family life.
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James looks at the role of the NHS as it adapts to meet the needs of an ageing population.
James explores the physical and psychological cost of looking after elderly parents.
A Bury St. Edmunds man recounts the day he was attacked by four vicious dogs.
Is the tradition of building a guy for Bonfire Night still alive and well?
Three Suffolk redidents' moving accounts of living with bipolar disorder.
Wearing your poppy with respect and finding out about the issues affecting our homeless.
Calling all inventors - come up with a great idea and have it featured on television.
A new report says pensioner poverty is a myth, what do you think?