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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.

Heartbroken relatives of violent crime victims in Norfolk and Suffolk are being left to struggle alone to help survivors pick up the pieces, it has been warned.

Suffolk business chiefs have called on the county's Parliamentary candidates to end the Brexit stalemate and "do their bit" for local firms.

Thrill-seekers gather outside the long-empty Great White Horse hotel in Ipswich. Will they all be going home?

Almost 40 of the region's neighbourhoods are among the most deprived in England - with some sitting alongside areas of great wealth.

A project to help disabled people into work is set to be launched countywide in January after securing £2million in European cash.

Harry was shot down while fighting the Nazis over Europe. Later, the businessman brought a huge number of jobs to Hadleigh

Five men have been jailed after carrying out more than 50 offences and £1million worth of damage to properties across the South East of England - including a ram raid at a Suffolk convenience shop.

MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON are joined by one of Suffolk's longest-serving chairman, Bury Town's Russell Ward.

Businesses in Sudbury are rallying round and offering help and support for Thomas Cook staff who have lost their jobs.

Suffolk travellers are anxiously waiting to hear if they will be able to jet off on long-planned holidays, or be able to fly home as planned, as the future of tour operator Thomas Cook hangs in the balance.

'She was a very courageous, dignified, loving, cheerful and inspiring woman, and we will all miss her dearly'

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