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A Suffolk estate agent expects the chancellor’s stamp duty holiday to keep the housing market busy through the usually quiet summer months.

Suffolk’s smallest town is set to see the return of its monthly market following the coronavirus lockdown.

Sudbury’s Quay Theatre has announced it will stay closed until 2021 because of the coronavirus.

Issues such as home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted fresh calls for a dedicated council committee scrutinising education issues.

The pressure mental health emergencies put on modern policing has been laid bare by statistics which show officers in Suffolk recieve nearly 5,000 calls a year about incidents relating to psychological wellbeing.

Litter louts are to be targeted in the timely return of Suffolk’s “Don’t be a Tosser” campaign - amid escalating levels of rubbish strewn across beauty spots following the Covid-19 lockdown.

A Ryanair flight travelling from Krakow to Dublin has been forced to make an emergency landing at Stansted Airport following reports of a security alert.

A developer has launched a bid to build nine homes on land north of Framlingham.

A ‘bubble’ of children have been told to self-isolate for two weeks after a student at Aldeburgh Primary School tested positive for Covid-19.

Plans to open up the entrance of Ipswich Waterfront as part of a long term ambition for the site have taken a step closer, while pictures inside a derelict historic building there have surfaced for the first time showing the bleak state of disrepair.

Three Ipswich men are to face trial after denying aggravated burglary at a vulnerable man’s home.

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Now that we’re able to travel a little further afield, each week we will be featuring a selection of walks, things to do or places to visit in Suffolk - all of which will adhere to social distancing guidelines of course!

Suffolk folk/rock band The Silburys have created an atmospheric video about the city beneath the waves as the backdrop to their original song, The Dunwich Bells

Yvette Hart runs Wags on Water, a holiday home for dogs on her barge, Yaffle, moored in Ipswich Marina

Is anything better than a cold pint in the sun? Yes, a cold pint in the sun sat in a beautiful beer garden. Suffolk is home to lots of lovely pubs with stunning gardens and here are 14 of our favourites

These Suffolk properties are in coastal hotspots – Orford and Aldeburgh. Could one of them be your next family home?

Suffolk is home to some of the nation’s most beautiful waterways - the River Waveney, the River Deben and the River Stour all offer stunning scenery that captures the heart of locals and visitors alike. There is nothing better than enjoying dinner and a drink by the water, so here are some of the county’s prettiest riverside pubs…

Ken Delve looks at the key role Suffolk’s many airfields played in the defence of the country during the early years of the Royal Air Force

Bury Mercury

A Suffolk estate agent expects the chancellor’s stamp duty holiday to keep the housing market busy through the usually quiet summer months.

Suffolk’s smallest town is set to see the return of its monthly market following the coronavirus lockdown.

Issues such as home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted fresh calls for a dedicated council committee scrutinising education issues.

The pressure mental health emergencies put on modern policing has been laid bare by statistics which show officers in Suffolk recieve nearly 5,000 calls a year about incidents relating to psychological wellbeing.

Litter louts are to be targeted in the timely return of Suffolk’s “Don’t be a Tosser” campaign - amid escalating levels of rubbish strewn across beauty spots following the Covid-19 lockdown.

Emergency services were called to the scene of a two-vehicle collision in Wattisfield along the A143, which closed the road.

A teenager is seriously ill in hospital after hitting his head in a fall at a skate park in Bury St Edmunds.

Ipswich Star

A Suffolk estate agent expects the chancellor’s stamp duty holiday to keep the housing market busy through the usually quiet summer months.

Issues such as home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted fresh calls for a dedicated council committee scrutinising education issues.

The pressure mental health emergencies put on modern policing has been laid bare by statistics which show officers in Suffolk recieve nearly 5,000 calls a year about incidents relating to psychological wellbeing.

Litter louts are to be targeted in the timely return of Suffolk’s “Don’t be a Tosser” campaign - amid escalating levels of rubbish strewn across beauty spots following the Covid-19 lockdown.

A Ryanair flight travelling from Krakow to Dublin has been forced to make an emergency landing at Stansted Airport following reports of a security alert.

A ‘bubble’ of children have been told to self-isolate for two weeks after a student at Aldeburgh Primary School tested positive for Covid-19.

Plans to open up the entrance of Ipswich Waterfront as part of a long term ambition for the site have taken a step closer, while pictures inside a derelict historic building there have surfaced for the first time showing the bleak state of disrepair.

Three Ipswich men are to face trial after denying aggravated burglary at a vulnerable man’s home.

Ipswich council risks giving a signal that the town is closed for business if it goes ahead with closing the Tourist Information Centre in St Stephen’s church, the union representing staff working there has warned.

A man in his 50s has been arrested after police received reports of someone carrying a knife along Ipswich Waterfront.

Two people have been arrested in connection with drug offences in Newmarket, where a 19-year-old man was found hiding in a wardrobe.

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