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More NHS staff in Suffolk look forward to going to work - but rising numbers of workers are reporting being bullied, harassed or abused by managers.

Today marks 25 years since Sizewell B began generating power from Suffolk's coastline - and while it has been controversial to some, few people can deny the imprint it has made.

Quick and convenient or a threat to local jobs and shops? We can't sit on the fence with online pharmacies

Campaigners fighting plans to build a hotel and restaurant in Sudbury's Belle Vue Park are urging Babergh District Council to think again about the scheme.

A two day exhibition outlining proposals for the future of Sudbury has got underway and the public were keen to find out more.

Ipswich Rotarian, golfer and freemason had same disease as actor and comic Dudley Moore. Died aged 83

The first designs of a controversial proposed hotel and restaurant in Sudbury are revealed in a major two day event showcasing plans aimed at transforming the town.

With a "model tenancy agreement" on the horizon there may be light relief for renters seeking accommodation with pets...but how easy will it really be to find these properties?

A simple haircut can be impossible for children with autism - parents are often left waiting months or years before their child can bear to have it done.

A vision to build three huge garden towns totalling 43,000 homes in north Essex should be abandoned in favour of smaller settlements nearer to existing population centres, it has been urged.

Ex-Ipswich High School for Girls pupil beat a former Wimbledon champion to claim place in the last four

Cobbolds powered Ipswich Town Football Club, created jobs at their brewery, gave us Christchurch Mansion and kick-started the rise of Felixstowe

Being grabbed by the genitals, punched in the face and attacked with boiling water - this is the reality of being a police officer in Suffolk in 2019.

Memories of happy time with David, who died this week after long illness

If you are looking for work over Christmas and New Year, there are jobs in our region waiting for your CV.

The interim boss of the East of England Ambulance Service has been given the role permanently - a year after taking over from former chief Robert Morton on a temporary basis.

British Cycling Eastern Region has honoured volunteers who have made a special contribution to organised cycling in our area.

The site of a baby bottles firm set to close with the loss of 430 jobs has been put up for sale.

The harrowing story of a 15-year-old from Sudbury - who featured in a Channel 4 documentary about children growing up in poverty this week - is just one of the many forced to use food banks in the market town.

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