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A woman suffered a fatal head injury as she was leaving the West Suffolk Hospital, an inquest has heard.

More drain covers are going missing or being stolen, it has been revealed.

Pupils and staff from a school near Bury St Edmunds have changed the lives of children in Malawi during 10 years of expeditions to the African country.

A Land Rover and a Lorry have collided at the Copdock interchange.

A further education college programme designed at encouraging young people towards the world of work has celebrated the achievements of its latest recruits.

A man in his 90s has died following a road crash in Woodbridge.

A Bury St Edmunds-based company has received a Twitter boost from former Dragons’ Den star and retail entrepreneur Theo Paphitis.

After heavy downpours this week, the clouds have cleared and this morning we have had a bright and sunny start.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) have warned people to not open an e-mail sent from them.

Hedgehog lovers have vowed to keep fighting for the survival of their favourite spiky creatures as a project to become the country’s most hedgehog friendly town ends with stunning celebration.

Find out when you need to seek medical attention, what to do when you have been bitten and why some are prone to bites more than others.

Fewer people are visiting some of Suffolk’s libraries than they were four years ago according to new data.

Engineering was the “obvious path” for Jeremy Snudden, following in the footsteps of his grandad, dad and brother.

An elderly couple were held up at knife-point by burglars at their home in Bury St Edmunds.

More than £800K has been invested in improving the Bury St Edmunds branch of Jewson.

Hundreds of students in west Suffolk will be frantically hitting the refresh button on their UCAS applications on A-level results day.

Applications for the Greene King Apprenticeship Programme surge by 141% following its 2016 pledge to take on 10,000 apprentices

Homes and businesses in rural communities across Suffolk and north Essex are still suffering from a lack of 4G mobile phone coverage, according to latest figures from Ofcom.

Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the managing director of a Suffolk-based manufacturer of safety and access products claims that consideration given by architects, contractors and building owners to fire safety “has never been greater,” but there is still work that can be done to prevent such an accident happening in the future.

A trucker has spoken of his disgust after witnessing a man taking a “selfie” in front of an elderly motorist being tended to by paramedics on the A14 in Suffolk.

Dozens of people are all set to take part in a huge photo shoot to help promote St Edmund’s Day.

Plans to increase weekend working for drivers at a Bury St Edmunds animal feed firm has prompted a ballot for strike action.

The first-ever Red Lodge Rhythm and Brews Festival is to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

It was the thrill of a lifetime for daring duo Trevor Root and Mandy Foster - and they managed to raise £5,000 for charity.

A young Suffolk tank driver who was killed in battle during the First World War only for his grave to be destroyed later in the conflict is to be memorialised as part of a commemoration project.

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Andy Ball of Bury St Edmunds is the Suffolk senior champion. He won the Geoffrey Barnard Bowl with a round of two over par 72 at Woodbridge.

Martyn Cull will make his first appearance of the season for Suffolk in the crunch Unicorns Championship match against Lincolnshire, starting on Sunday at Ipswich School, writes Nick Garnham.

The Mid-Suffolk Road Race on the Willisham-Barking-Offton circuit was dominated by a seven-man break featuring local riders Owen Geeson (Fast Test), Stephen Clark (Ipswich BC) and Mark Powell (Stowmarket & District), writes Fergus Muir.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses a little-known sport in which Suffolk have one of the very best talents on earth – and the Olympic dream the national side is chasing.

Bury St Edmunds have given themselves a fighting chance of avoiding a relegation play-off, something that was almost unthinkable a fortnight ago, following a third victory of the season over Cambridge Granta on Saturday.

Suffolk referee George Byrne has spoken of his ‘immense feeling of pride’ after receiving his Match Official of the Year accolade in The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards, writes Nick Garnham.

James Biggs of Diss has made a clean sweep of all the Suffolk Golf Union silverware for 2018, writes Tony Garnett.

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A 79th minute strike from skipper Luke Butcher salvaged a point for Mildenhall in a game where the home side could have easily taken all three, as they struck the woodwork three times and had a penalty saved, writes Dave Meeson

Sufolk race walker Callum Wilkinson suffered a disappointing day at the European Championships in Berlin as he received a disqualification in the 20km race.

Bury Town boss, Ben Chenery, has had to revamp his squad for the new season, following a number of high-profile departures over the summer.

George Fricker of Ufford Park won the Mackenzie Cup as Suffolk junior champion with a level par round of 69 at Bungay, writes Tony Garnett.

It was a hard hot day for a twelve hour time trial at the CC Breckland event and while several records fell, other attempts fell by the wayside, writes Fergus Muir.

The BBC TV cameras are heading to Suffolk this weekend as the oldest cup competition in the world kicks off.

Skipper Adam Mansfield has hailed the efforts of his Suffolk team following their third straight win – and second by an innings – in the Unicorns Championship, writes Nick Garnham.

Records tumbled as Suffolk’s cricketers secured their third straight victory in this season’s Unicorns Championship, writes Nick Garnham.

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