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The Beano’s 80th birthday bash reminded us we’ve got an artist in our midst who’s drawn for the comic’s publisher for nigh on four decades. He explains why it’s still a success

A couple who travelled the length and breadth of the country earlier this year in search of their first hotel to run together have settled on a historic Suffolk building.

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

Plans for Lavenham’s Tourist Information Centre to be safeguarded and developed into a village hub with a Post Office have moved a step closer, after approval was given for talks to begin.

A multi-million pound national centre and gallery dedicated to the work of celebrated Suffolk artist Thomas Gainsborough is set to go ahead after the National Lottery awarded £4.5million towards the project.

Two hospitals have officially merged in a momentous move to create the largest NHS trust in East Anglia.

A new blueprint for the long-term future of Sudbury has revealed plans for a new cinema in the heart of the town centre as part of a regeneration project.

The number of residential properties and community buildings with solar photovoltaic (PV) panels has rocketed over the past decade but in recent years the rate of adoption has slowed.

A planning application to expand the Copella juice site in Boxford has been withdrawn, the owners have said.

The number of EU migrants applying to work in rural Suffolk has dropped by 22% since the Brexit referendum – prompting concern from the biggest farmers’ union in East Anglia.

An Ipswich charity which supports those with disabilities has said that the closure of light manufacturing jobs and difficulties in working from home opportunities are behind the disability employment gap in Suffolk.

A new £70,000 fire simulator is set to revolutionise the way the brigade educates youngsters on safety, bosses have said.

Plans to merge two councils in west Suffolk are set to take a big step forward next week as the implementation plan is signed off on Tuesday.

Landlord is blamed in shock closure of Sudbury discount store

A taskforce set up to support staff at a Sudbury firm earmarked for closure says it is doing “everything it can” to progress the possibility of a takeover with existing workers kept on.

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