More than 180 Suffolk schools closed due to public sector strikes over pensions.
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Ex-Waveney district councillor Andrew Draper has appeared at Lowestoft Magistrates' Court.
Police conduct inquiries around Surrey Road and London Road in Ipswich after a stabbing.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter suggests racism in football could be solved by shaking hands.
Three hundred jobs are to go at Suffolk police. It must save £13.6m over four years.
Suffolk County Council reveals how it will save £50m over two years.
Ipswich Town FC's chief executive, Simon Clegg, says the club is finally making a profit.
Two men who killed Ipswich street drinker Martin Edwards get a total of 34 years in jail.
A new report from the Care Quality Commission reveals improvements at Ipswich Hospital.
A former Suffolk police officer whose computer contained child porn is sent to prison.
Human bones found in Ipswich in October are identified as those of Walter Victor French.
Andrew Draper, the Waveney councillor convicted of drink driving, steps down.
The new temporary chairman of the James Paget Hospital is former EDP editor Peter Franzen.
After mounting criticism, the chair of the James Paget Hospital has stepped down.
James Paget Hospital in Gorleston has been forced to reassure patients they will be safe.