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Yesterday, 16:47

Don’t get caught out, take a look at the major roadworks that will be taking place across the East of England this week.

One of Suffolk’s most senior clergy has said farewell to the county after seven years to pursue new paths in the church.

The good news is the clocks going back will give you an extra hour in bed, but you say goodbye to your light evenings.

News about NHS plans to quiz patients on their sexuality has been met with caution by people in Suffolk, with one campaigner branding the move “intrusive” and “offensive”.

Storm Ophelia is to batter parts of the UK and Ireland with gusts of up to 80mph, but the East of England should see sunshine.

Pupils at four primary schools in south Suffolk will this week be receiving a reminder from fruit juice firm Konings UK of the importance of the local apple crop.

Four of the first student nurses at a Sudbury hospital have made a sentimental journey back to see the new role of the buildings where they once worked.

Families in need of mental health support in Suffolk are being “pushed to breaking point and beyond” due to failings in the care system, it has been claimed.

A west Suffolk town has become the first in the district – and only the second in the county – to be accredited with a Walkers are Welcome (WaW) status.

How well have you been keeping up with the news of East Anglia this week? Find out with our Suffolk news round-up quiz.

Chaos and destruction ravaged East Anglia when the most devastating storm of the century battered buildings, landmarks and forests 30 years ago. Watch the incredible footage and people’s memories here.

A curry-making business which started life in Suffolk has picked up a prestigious national food award.

Is your diary empty for this weekend? Check out our guide for inspiration on what to do on October 14-15.

We have put together a Suffolk school league table based on provisional Progress 8 and GCSE results for 2017 published by the government this morning. See how your school performed and where it ranks in Suffolk.

Train passengers using Greater Anglia services are being asked not to pull the emergency cord if there is a medical emergency on board.

One of the best things about Halloween is pumpkin carving with friends and family. Find out where in Suffolk and north Essex you can pick your own.

Motorists are being urged to look out for deer on the region’s major road networks this autumn.

Winning a Stars of Suffolk award helped us to believe in ourselves again, the founder of The Teapot project in Ipswich has said as she encourages others to submit nominations before it is too late.

World reknowned expert on Suffolk painter Thomas Gainsborough has branded an extract on a new biography of the artist as “absolute rubbish”.

Do you know how much a square metre of space in your house is worth? New figures have revealed the priciest places for property – and the cheapest.

The National Heritage for Horseracing and Sporting Art, at Palace House, in Newmarket, is the Suffolk Museum of the Year.

Students and staff at the King Edward VI School, in Bury St Edmunds, are giving their support to the My WiSH Every Heart Matters Appeal.

Both the Met Office and Weatherquest reveal that we should be expecting an increase in temperatures over the next week, but could we be expecting an Indian summer?

The Great British Bake Off contestants have gone head to head and said “ciao” to the seventh baker to leave the tent during the first ever Italian week.

Dumping rubbish in a forest has cost a Sudbury man over £700 in fines, costs and compensation.

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Yesterday, 12:51

Harry Fricker of Kesgrave High School, whose handicap is scratch, won the Suffolk Schools’ Championship title at Hintlesham with a three under par round of 69, writes Tony Garnett.

Struggling Long Melford put up a fight against star-packed Stowmarket but fell 2-1 at home.

Last Saturday marked the 13th anniversary of Parkrun, a running fever that has swept the country and has been going from strength-to-strength in Suffolk and Essex.

A play-off between two former Suffolk Open champions, Jamie Abbott (2005) and Jamie Moul (2001), was needed to settle first prize in the Jamega Tour Championship at Old Fold Manor.

London 2 North

Old Cooperians 7

Sudbury 50

This was Sudbury’s first win on the road this season and they did it in style, writes Don Reekie.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley takes his place in the hot seat at King’s Marsh Stadium on Saturday for the first time since he left the club 10 years ago.

Jo Woodward and Amanda Norman of Felixstowe Ferry won the Haskell Cup with a 6 and 5 victory over Abbie Symonds and Helen Bray in the final at Haverhill.

Danny King column: I’m recalling my Polish engines... Could Witches meet Peterborough in a cup final?

The stars of sport in the west of the county were honoured at the inaugural West Suffolk Sports Awards in St Edmundsbury Cathedral, with Sally Gunnell OBE as the guest speaker.

LEISTON’S fine start to their Bostik Premier season continued as they stretched their unbeaten run to nine matches tonight, thanks to a 3-2 home win over BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT.

Woodbridge won an exciting Cranworth Salver final against Newton Green by five matches to four at Diss. It was wet for the foursomes but fine in the afternoon.

Suffolk’s Jaik Mickleburgh said he was not even aware of the Wilfred Rhodes Trophy for the leading Minor Counties batsman until he was told he had won it, writes Nick Garnham.

London 2

Sudbury 57

Romford & Gidea Park 15

Sudbury produced another stylish performance at home to beat Romford & Gidea Park.

Mark Morsley is the new first-team manager of AFC Sudbury.

Ipswich Witches 44 Sheffield Tigers 46 Agg: 81-99

The fourth and final round of the Dave Barkshire Motorcycles Two Man Enduro Championship was held at Tye Farm in Great Cornard as part of the double header for the Dave Roper Memorial Event, staged by the Sudbury Motor Cycle Club.

A feast of football is in store when the Suffolk FA Love Football, Live Football Week returns for a second year next month, writes Nick Garnham.

Ipswich Witches team boss Ritchie Hawkins says there is no doubt over Cameron Heeps’ fitness.

Ipswich Town thrashed Sunderland 5-2, here are MIKE BACON’S match player ratings.

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