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Education chiefs in Suffolk agreed a contract with an academy trust to run five special educational needs units - despite being aware that it had breached equality laws by excluding a dyslexic pupil.

Council bosses are aiming to reduce the county's carbon footprint with a £9.8 million LED street lighting project which could receive the go-ahead next week.

People of Suffolk had their eyes on the skies last night as a stunning sunset brightened up the streets following a day of heavy downpour.

One competitor was forced to land on an Ipswich school's field during battle to win The King's Cup in 1929

A man attacked his partner then pointed a loaded shotgun at police before setting a garden shed on fire, a court heard.

A Suffolk council is continuing to support a Sudbury bypass project over the next three years as one of the key economic projects - despite the scheme having been axed more than a year ago.

Suffolk chief constable Steve Jupp has pledged more officers and better technology are on the way now the force knows its budget.

A rare book which details how two innocent women were found guilty of witchcraft at a Suffolk court has sold at auction for £7,020.

People in Suffolk are being warned of another HMRC scam email, following on from last week's warning about fake tax refund messages.

Iceland is urgently removing some vegan products from its shelves as they contain milk which is not specified on the label.

Police officers working the night shift were among several people who had their eyes to the skies last night - amid reports a meteor was spotted over parts of Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.

This was the shocking scene after a car was found sideways in a water-filled ditch following a crash in rural Suffolk.

A four-legged teaching assistant at a Suffolk primary school has helped it score top marks with inspectors.

Find all the Storm Dennis coverage for Suffolk and Essex in one place.

Parks and landmarks across Suffolk are set to close yet again this weekend as Storm Dennis moves in.

Plans to create a new taxi rank in Sudbury have been mooted by a Suffolk council - but warnings have been issued that it represents another blow to town centre parking.

Plans to increase taxi fares across Babergh are in the pipeline, with the public able to have their say this spring.

Highways England has confirmed the Orwell Bridge will be closed for 16 hours at the weekend when Storm Dennis hits the region.

The one-time finance chief at Suffolk County Council, who walked away last year because he couldn't back another council tax rise, issued a damning assessment of his former colleagues' budget.

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.

Half a million pounds has been pledged by Suffolk Highways for fresh road markings and signs outside schools ahead of a changeover in parking laws.

Calls for a Suffolk authority to increase funding in Citizens Advice and reverse cuts to health visitors and bus subsidies have failed to secure agreement.

From game shows, to talent competitions and the newly popular reality dating series - here are seven TV shows looking for contestants this year.

Looking for some weekend entertainment? There's lots to choose from, ranging from circus fun to science festival and a Lord of the Rings-inspired family quest.

Do you remember these violent weather events that battered us and flooded homes and businesses?

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