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Three men are convicted of holding a teenage girl as a sex slave in Ipswich.
National Grid confirms the route for its new power line between Bramford and Twinstead.
A countywide two tier education system has to be made to work, according to a Suffolk MP.
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A shadow justice minister calls for an enquiry over Ipswich sex attacker Hilland Matthews.
An Ipswich man is given nine years in prison for a 2011 sex attack on a woman in her home.
A Suffolk headteacher is angry that last summer's GCSE grades won't be overturned.
New plans for policing the police are laid out by the government.
How will The Pope's resignation affect the Catholic community here in Suffolk?
Suffolk's new Chief Constable is formally appointed.
A flood defence scheme for Ipswich gets the go ahead from the Government.
Power lines around historic Sutton Hoo are put underground.
Simon Clegg steps down as Chief Executive of Ipswich Town FC.
One of Sizewell C's major backers, Centrica, pulls out of the project.
Changes to the law mean unsafe drivers can have their licences revoked within hours.