- Suffolk election results latest
- Question mark over future of Ipswich wet dock crossing
- Sandy Martin wins Ipswich seat for Labour
- Matthew Hancock retains West Suffolk for Conservatives
- Waveney and Bury St Edmunds stay blue
- Conservatives hold Central Suffolk & North Ipswich, Suffolk Coastal and South Suffolk
A man has admitted causing death by careless driving while over the drink-drive limit after a car crash near Ipswich.
Police were called to reports of a mini having left the road in Coddenham in October 2016.
Ben Fulcher, 21, from Needham Market, who was a passenger in the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Josh Caines, 23, of Kingshill Road, Swindon, pleaded guilty at a hearing earlier and is due to be sentenced at Ipswich Crown Court on Friday.Copyright: BBC
It's official - Suffolk Day will return on Thursday, 21 June, after being held for the very first time last year.
More than 30 events were organised in celebration of the county - including dancing, theatre productions, food tastings, live music and students dressing up as Ed Sheeran.Copyright: BBC/TIM FENTON/JAMES HAZELL/SKY CAM EAST
The idea, to celebrate the county, was put forward by BBC Radio Suffolk and is being backed by Suffolk County Council and the East Anglian Daily Times.
You can click here to find out more and to pledge your support.
Five fire crews dealt with a roof fire in a semi-detached house in Rickinghall on Sunday.
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King's Lynn Town have been knocked off the top of The Evo-Stik Southern League after losing 1-0 at Kettering.
Michael Clunan missed a penalty for The Linnets, who are now two points adrift of the new leaders Kettering.
In the Bostick North Division, Dereham remain fourth after a 4-1 win at Soham Town Rangers while Norwich United scored in the 89th minute to salvage a 1-1 draw with Mildenhall. It means they are unbeaten in four matches.
The discovery of a man's body at the side of a road is being treated as unexplained.
Police were called to Elmswell Road in Woolpit at 13:50 yesterday and the area remained cordoned-off overnight.
Suffolk Police said the man had not been identified and described him as white, over 50 years old, with short, fair hair and a hearing aid in his right ear.
The police are reporting that the A1088 is closed between Honington and Ixworth.
A1088 Suffolk both ways severe disruption, between A143 Stanton Road and Troston Road.
A1088 Suffolk - A1088 in Ixworth closed and heavy traffic in both directions between the A143 Stanton Road junction and the Troston Road junction, because of large marquee in the road.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time