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BBC News - Suffolk

Corrie Mckeague: 'Nothing found' in airman landfill search (11 hours old)

Police end landfill search for missing airman Corrie Mckeague, who they say had "slept in rubbish".

Bury St Edmunds murder probe: Man held over fatal stabbing (19 hours old)

Officers called to property in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday after reports of a stabbing.

Prince Harry presents 'Colour' at RAF Honington (1 day old)

Prince Harry presents a new flag to the RAF on behalf of his grandmother.

The tortuous search for Corrie Mckeague (12 hours old)

The story of the young airman who vanished on a night out baffled the nation - what happened to Corrie Mckeague?

Corrie Mckeague: Key events in search for missing airman (10 hours old)

Corrie Mckeague went missing after a night out in Bury St Edmunds in September 2016.

Steven Taylor: Ipswich Town decide against offering deal to ex-Newcastle defender (4 days old [17/07/17])

Ipswich Town will not be offering defender Steven Taylor a new contract, manager Mick McCarthy confirms.

Dominic Iorfa: Ipswich Town sign Wolves defender on season-long loan (7 days old [14/07/17])

Ipswich Town sign defender Dominic Iorfa from Championship rivals Wolves on a season-long loan deal.

Brett Pitman: Portsmouth striker targeting promotion after Ipswich switch (7 days old [14/07/17])

Portsmouth sign Ipswich Town striker Brett Pitman on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

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Evening Star News

Man charged following ‘imitation firearm’ incident in Ipswich (9 hours old)

A man has been charged with possessing an imitation firearm, with intent to cause fear of violence, following an incident in Ipswich on Thursday.

Parliament is out for summer ... but how did the parties do this term? (10 hours old)

In the past week children across East Anglia exited school gates sheepishly clutching brown envelopes with a look of dread writ large across their faces.

‘Devastated’ Nicola Urquhart will try to stop landfill cell being filled in after police call off 20-week Corrie McKeague search (10 hours old)

The family of missing Corrie McKeague are “devastated” by the news that they may now never know what has happened to the 23-year-old RAF gunner, after police called off a 20-week landfill search.

New Felixstowe pier building set to open on July 29 (11 hours old)

Owners of Felixstowe pier have announced that the new building will open to the public this month.

Primary school in Ipswich says goodbye to two long-running members of staff (11 hours old)

Children and staff at Sprites Primary School in Ipswich have said a fond farewell two long-running staff members.

New Wolsey Theatre set to get new roof to finally cure stubborn leaks (12 hours old)

Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre is set to get a new roof in a bid to cure persistent problems with leaks that have continued for many years.

Starbucks open again as work at Cineworld in Ipswich continues (13 hours old)

Refurbishment work at Ipswich Cineworld multiplex on Cardinal Park is nearing completion with the re-opening of a Starbucks coffee shop at the site.

More green waste being burned after Suffolk councils scrap free bins (13 hours old)

The number of households using brown compost bins has fallen by more than half in the three Suffolk districts that introduced charges for their brown bins last year.

Norwich City billboard near Ipswich railway station torn down by Ipswich Town fans (14 hours old)

Ipswich Town fans have shown their disgust for a billboard in the town showing off Norwich City’s new home kit - by attempting to tear it down.

Lurcher puppies keep in touch after new owners agree to do the same (14 hours old)

Roo, Billy, Doris, Rosie, Stanley, Arthur, Pippa, Molly and Gladys were born to mother Snowy at the Blue Cross rehoming centre in Wherstead.

EADT News

Laurentiu Popa, 21, jailed for seven years after ‘horrific’ sexual assault on Colchester woman (7 hours old)

A man has been jailed for seven years and four months after sexually assaulting a woman who was on her way home after a night out with friends in Colchester.

Man charged following ‘imitation firearm’ incident in Ipswich (9 hours old)

A man has been charged with possessing an imitation firearm, with intent to cause fear of violence, following an incident in Ipswich on Thursday.

Hit-and-run breakdown recovery driver twice fell asleep at wheel on morning of crash (9 hours old)

A breakdown recovery man, who fled an A12 accident he caused, sending a car into a tree and a bridge, has been spared immediate jail.

Parliament is out for summer ... but how did the parties do this term? (10 hours old)

In the past week children across East Anglia exited school gates sheepishly clutching brown envelopes with a look of dread writ large across their faces.

‘Devastated’ Nicola Urquhart will try to stop landfill cell being filled in after police call off 20-week Corrie McKeague search (10 hours old)

The family of missing Corrie McKeague are “devastated” by the news that they may now never know what has happened to the 23-year-old RAF gunner, after police called off a 20-week landfill search.

Aldeburgh schoolchildren celebrate joining Avocet Academy with Leiston, Easton and Wickham Market pupils (11 hours old)

Friendships were forged as children celebrated their school becoming the newest member of an academy trust.

Five fire crews take on blaze involving 900 tonnes of baled straw near Stowmarket (11 hours old)

Firefighters faced the difficult job of containing a blaze that broke out in several isolated parts of a Suffolk field.

Jail for Bury St Edmunds Asda workers caught ‘skim-scanning’ items worth £2,000 (13 hours old)

Four Suffolk Asda checkout operators who stole hundreds of items in a “skim-scanning” fiddle have each been jailed for 10 months.

Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill takes factory tour at Suffolk rooflight company Sunsquare (13 hours old)

The senior team at award-winning Suffolk rooflight company, Sunsquare, showed Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill around their factory last week.

Norwich City billboard near Ipswich railway station torn down by Ipswich Town fans (14 hours old)

Ipswich Town fans have shown their disgust for a billboard in the town showing off Norwich City’s new home kit - by attempting to tear it down.

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