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Suffolk's rural communities are asked to be vigilant against hare coursers.
Suffolk County Council's Landmark House project goes £3m over budget.
Ofsted gets regional directors to help under-performing schools pull their socks up.
Suffolk's Surviving Winter campaign tops £10,000 in its first week.
Join Stephen Foster for afternoon entertainment and great music.
Suffolk's chief constable Simon Ash tells us the real reason why he's retiring.
Suffolk MP Therese Coffey says Tony Hall is the right choice for new BBC Director General.
Suffolk's children and young people's services to get a new director at £120,000 a year.
Mendlesham's Premier Foods distribution centre is to close with the loss of 45 jobs.
Serco admits clinical jobs will be lost across Suffolk community healthcare
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Suffolk Fire Service on the chemical spill which closed Norwich Road in Ipswich.
As unemployment falls, a new scheme from Crack On tries to get the best out of our youth.
The NHS and the government publishes the first NHS Mandate.
A Suffolk woman thought her husband had been killed after confronting hare coursers.
A police pensions petition from a Suffolk officer could trigger a parliamentary debate.
Plans to merge the management of Bury St Edmunds' Apex and Theatre Royal are slammed.
Suffolk comedy actor Roy Hudd's tribute to Dads Army star Clive Dunn who has died aged 92.
The CPS in the East is rated good, despite stinging criticism from a Suffolk MP.
Hundreds gather in Ipswich to pay tribute to Royal Anglians back from Afghanistan.
Serco defends its decision to cut 130 jobs at Suffolk Community Healthcare.
Live coverage at Portman Road as Mick McCarthy is made the new Ipswich Town Manager.