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One year on, we look back at the legacy of the Paralympics.
Local MP Tim Yeo tells us why he wanted Parliament to debate Syria.
The workers in the horseracing industry facing a crisis when their career comes to an end.
Volunteers at a Suffolk Food Bank look forward to the end of summer.
Serving news, current affairs, travel, weather, sport, debate and fun.
Does passing a test really mean young drivers are ready take to the road alone?
There's praise for Suffolk police fighting forced marriages.
We hear from a Suffolk victim of sexual abuse.
A-level results are out today and we find out how students in Suffolk performed.
Are young people too picky when it comes to getting a job?
There's a warning over house prices in Suffolk.
We hear why apprenticeships are becoming the first choice of young people in Suffolk.
Should drivers get their eyesight tested every two years?
Thefts from farms across Suffolk has dropped.
We preview the start of the new season for Ipswich Town Football Club.
What is the library service like a year after the county council handed over control?
We look at a new campaign to improve safety on station for people enjoying a night out.
Why is it so hard to find buyers for our rural post offices?
A widow warns of the dangers of using petrol to light a bonfire.
Join Mark Matthews for the latest news, sport weather and travel.
A Suffolk mum fears for her son's future in the Army and Southwold loses its bookshops.
Families living on the Dale Farm travellers' site face eviction. We have the latest.
Mark Matthews hears why a generation could be locked out of the housing market in Suffolk.