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Yesterday, 21:49

People can now sign up for the Sudbury Memory Walk which is taking place later this year.

Thousands of people, many who bought along blankets, chairs ... and armed with sun cream ... descended on Sudbury for the town’s popular Party in the Park.

A main road is to be shut for six weeks so that vital water and electricity works can be completed.

Talks are underway for a partnership scheme between two Suffolk councils and the library service which would see pop-up access points for people to sort their council business and offer tourist information.

Frustrated motorists have been reassured that improvements will be made to help ease the problems of slow and disruptive roadworks by utility firms.

The efforts of the armed forces in Suffolk and those who served in the First and Second World Wars has been formally recognised by Suffolk County Council as part of WWI Centenary commemorations.

A dedicated panel which holds Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account has expressed “serious concerns” over plans to axe half of the county’s PCSOs.

A panel holding Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account have urged him to pursue plans to widen a scheme featuring new speed cameras with automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).

Proposals to form a task group to develop a dedicated plan of action for Suffolk’s cycle network have been agreed – but calls to commit funding were turned down.

Schools in Suffolk held lessons about the perils of knife crime last week in an attempt to ensure students stay safe during the six week summber holiday.

Youth gangs and drug violence have been described as “the biggest threat without question facing Suffolk”.

A Suffolk MP has spoken about his “deeply personal” reasons for respecting the NHS during his maiden speech as health secretary.

It is one of the most beautiful sights of nature which many wildlife lovers thought they would never see again.

The new health secretary will pledge a major funding package to transform technology in the NHS during a visit to West Suffolk Hospital today.

Assessment work costing £600,000 will determine the best option for Sudbury’s traffic problems, Suffolk highways chiefs have said after a petition was submitted against a potential bypass.

Pupils in west Suffolk carrying out a project on the problem of plastic pollution received a letter from Sir David Attenborough supporting their efforts.

Future rail strikes look set to have been averted after an “important breakthrough” was made to end a long-running dispute with rail guards.

Plans for a major shake-up of home care provision in Suffolk from next year have been revealed – with social care chiefs vowing that lessons have been learnt from previous disruptive changes.

Emergency services were called to a two vehicle collision this morning in Sudbury.

A spectacular scene is set to unfold in the sky over Suffolk this month with the first total lunar eclipse for several years.

A free music event is taking place on Saturday, July 28, at Ferriers Barn, in Bures.

We have £10,000 worth of football equipment to be won, find out how you can be in with a chance of winning.

Funding of £6million is set to be pumped into upgrading Suffolk’s recycling centres – with fresh sites in Ipswich and Stowmarket set to be found.

Thousands of visitors enjoyed the sunshine and were entertained with a range of attractions at the Clare Priory Craft Fair.

Calls have been made for investment into Suffolk’s cycle path network, with opposition groups putting forward a proposal to set up a cross party group.

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Yesterday, 16:22

Glorious weather has been greeting parkrunners every Saturday, at 9am, across Suffolk and Essex for most of the summer, and last weekend was no exception.

He’s one of Ipswich Town’s bright young hopes and Tristan Nydam is determined to take his chances. MIKE BACON went to speak to him.

In his weekly look at the sports world, MIKE BACON tells of his enjoyment of this weather as summer sports at last get a fair crack of the whip

Dominic Rudd, who turned 13 only a fortnight ago, became the youngest ever winner of the Silver Frigate at Thorpeness, writes Tony Garnett.

Two fine riders duelled in the sun in the East District Cycling Association 100 mile time trial and the result was a new national competition record of 3:42:03 for Alice Lethbridge of the Drag2Zero team, writes Fergus Muir.

Ollie Bocking will make his Unicorns Championship debut for Suffolk in the three-day fixture against Norfolk at Copdock, starting on Sunday, writes Nick Garnham.

Mark Heath and Andy Warren discuss all the latest Ipswich Town news – from Bart’s new deal to Paul Hurst’s cutting comments – in this week’s Kings of Anglia podcast.

Dave Theobald’s involvement in Suffolk football has resulted in him receiving an FA 50-Year Service Award, writes Nick Garnham.

Suffolk official Abi Marriott is to be an assistant referee at the UEFA Women’s Champions’ League Qualifying Round next month, writes Nick Garnham.

Suffolk batsman Jaik Mickleburgh has underlined how important it is to ‘cash in’ when the opportunity arises ahead of this weekend’s derby clash with Norfolk, writes Nick Garnham.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares a very special series of experiences that youngsters at the Elena Baltacha Foundation were treated to on the road to Wimbledon.

We have £10,000 worth of football equipment to be won, find out how you can be in with a chance of winning.

Sudbury celebrated a last-over victory, for the second time this season, to further strengthen their bid to retain their Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League title.

Like all people in local non-league football I was both shocked and saddened on hearing the news of the passing of Tony Simpson.

In his regular weekly column, Mike Bacon looks at how the World Cup has overshadowed Wimbledon, Roy Keane’s rant and more injury woe for Ipswich Witches. Are they cursed?

Best Solution registered a gritty success in the Princess of Wales’s Arqana Racing Club Stakes at Newmarket.

The first facility of its kind in the county for a fast-growing new sport has been opened in Suffolk.

Ipswich BMXer John Lillingstone seized the glory at the Gasp Up Gas Hill, the dramatic evening hill climb in Norwich city centre that is played out before crowds several deep lining the course from bottom to top.

A mouth-watering Suffolk derby between newly-promoted Felixstowe & Walton United and Bury Town is the standout clash of the first round of Bostik League North fixtures, released yesterday.

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