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A senior detective has warned residents to be vigilant after burglaries in Suffolk increased by 40% in December.

A-Plan Insurance plans to celebrate the opening of its latest branch, at 35-36 Brentgovel Street in Bury St Edmunds – with a visit by the 1966 Batmobile.

The hit TV show Come Dine With Me will feature four contestants from Bury St Edmunds when it airs on Channel 4 tonight.

A drunken taxi rank brawl has proved costly for two men who must now pay a total of £1,700 between them in court fines and costs.

More than 140 drink-drivers were caught in Suffolk during the police’s December crackdown, nearly double the number detained Norfolk, according to figures released today.

A Suffolk MP and the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner have pledged to do all they can to help a troubled young woman who feels abandoned by the mental health service.

Two potential witnesses remain unidentified out of the five new CCTV images released last week.

Vulnerable older people in Suffolk are missing out on a million pounds worth of benefits they did not know they could claim.

Paratroopers teamed up with RAF helicopter crews in a training mission which taught a new generation of pilots and enhanced their abilities working together.

A former RAF corporal and scout master has been jailed at a court martial for three years for the sexual abuse of a boy scout more than 30 years ago in Germany.

Suffolk can be a hotspot for expensive properties, with it’s stunning locations, historic towns and transport links to London.

There is plenty to be cheerful about in Suffolk during 2017. So what better time to celebrate that than today – ‘Blue Monday’. Here, we outline some of the great events coming to the region in the next 12 months.

A teenage singer-songwriter from Suffolk has started a crowdfunding campaign to help her release her first album.

Updated CCTV pictures have been released this afternoon by detectives investigating the disappearance of Corrie McKeague in Bury St Edmunds.

The famed Beyton geese are living in an enclosure to protect them from the threat of Avian Flu.

A dipping supermarket car park is leaving shoppers struggling to drive out of bays and having to chase runaway trolleys.

Breaking News: Little Mix will perform at Newmarket in June

Friday, January 13, 2017

Chart-toppers Little Mix have been unveiled as the latest act to perform in Newmarket this summer.

Gallery: First snow of the year hits Suffolk and Essex

Thursday, January 12, 2017

It is snowing in some parts of Suffolk and Essex, with reports of light flurries in Hadleigh, Colchester and sleet in Ipswich.

A father-of-three who died after he was struck by a car near Newmarket last week has been named as Chris Clements, from Brinkley.

It is a Suffolk charity which could one day save your life – but also one which many have never heard of.

Commuters face travel chaos in the rush hour on Thursday evening and Friday morning as wintry weather threatens to sweep across Suffolk and Essex.

Two men have been stabbed at a home in Bury St Edmunds by men wearing hooded tops who forced their way into the property.

Two men have raided a home in Hadleigh and reportedly threatened a man in his 90s with a gun.

A Suffolk town centre is bucking the national high street decline since the vote for Brexit, with rising footfall and low vacancy rates.

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The card for the next Contenders Norwich is taking shape – and it looks to be a cracker, packed with local talent.

Ipswich Town managing director Ian Milne has urged disgruntled Blues fans to stick with manager Mick McCarthy, following the embarrassing 1-0 FA Cup defeat at Lincoln City last night.

Ipswich Town take on non-league side Lincoln City in an FA Cup Third Round replay, at Sincil Bank, this evening.

National League Two South

Bury 8

Taunton 22

If ever there was an exhibition in taking your chances when they come, then Taunton showed why they are still an outside bet for promotion at a bitterly cold Greene King IPA Haberden.

A shock 20-1 upset in the feature event, the £1,000 Timico Mixed Open, was the highlight of yesterday’s Dunston Harriers point-to-point at Ampton, near Bury St Edmunds, which survived a 10am inspection, frost, rain and mist to reward a crowd of hardy enthusiasts with some excellent racing, as 65 runners contested its seven steeplechases.

Bury Town’s game at Ware, in Ryman North this afternoon, will kick-off at the earlier time of 1pm.

There are two all Suffolk match-ups tomorrow with Hadleigh United hosting Walsham-le-Willows and Ipswich Wanderers entertaining Long Melford respectively.

Bury St Edmunds, buoyed by their late rally to win at Worthing last weekend, are brimming with confidence ahead of Saturday’s tough home test against fourth-placed Taunton Titans in National League Two South (3pm kick-off).

Newmarket is expected to be one of the major beneficiaries of an ambitious 10-year plan unveiled by the Jockey Club to invest at least half a billion pounds into British racing.

Ipswich Town’s FA Cup Third Round replay will be shown live on the BBC on Tuesday, January 17.

Ipswich Wanderers, buoyant after beating the league leaders on Monday will travel to Clipbush Park full of confidence to face a Fakenham side who, at best, are unpredictable.

The National League leaders head to Portman Road this weekend, along with a remarkable 5,000 away fans, hoping to cause a famous FA Cup Third Round upset.

League leaders Mildenhall were beaten for only the second time this season following a late comeback from Ipswich Wanderers.

With participation falling and teams withdrawing in the SIL, Brantham Athletic chairman peter crowhurst fears for the future of the game at that level and, indeed, further up the pyramid

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