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BBC News - Suffolk

The breast cancer surgeon who got breast cancer (2 days old [20/04/19])

Liz O'Riordan had to stop working as a breast cancer surgeon because of her own cancer. How did she move on?

Military 'museum' in Suffolk man's shed includes 1,200 guns (17 hours old)

Rod Scott has an astonishing assortment of military memorabilia on show in his shed.

Kessingland beach: Body of man found (1 day old)

Police find the body of a man in his 60s on Kessingland beach in Suffolk.

Artists reimagine classic album covers (2 days old [20/04/19])

Reinterpreted album covers include The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Cyclist dies in crash with car at Creeting St Mary (3 days old [19/04/19])

Police say the crash happened on the junction of Flordon Road and Coddenham Road at Creeting St Mary.

Sutton Hoo: Anglo-Saxon king's ship sculpture created (3 days old [19/04/19])

A "wow factor" full-size sculpture of an Anglo-Saxon ship goes on show.

Letter threatening to sell land to 'local gypsies' criticised (3 days old [19/04/19])

Residents of Bramford and the travelling community have criticised the letter from a Suffolk business.

Carl Giles characters in 'first' musical in Ipswich (4 days old [18/04/19])

The stage show combines much-loved Carl Giles characters with 1980s pop anthems.

Ipswich 'killing-suicide': Crisis team 'missed opportunity' (5 days old [17/04/19])

A mental health crisis team is criticised after a patient killed his wife before taking his own life.

Relegated Ipswich cut season ticket price (5 days old [17/04/19])

Ipswich Town will play in the third tier of English football for the first time in 62 years.

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Evening Star News

How Suffolk taxpayers’ cash is helping pay for huge £40m Sproughton warehouse (1 hour 10 minutes old)

It is impossible to drive along the A14 and miss the giant looming silhouette of LDH La Doria’s new £40m Sproughton warehouse as it begins to take shape.

Ipswich hair salon has chance to be best in Britain after winning regional finals (1 hour 22 minutes old)

An Ipswich hair salon has secured its place as one of the best in the country after winning a regional L’Oreal award, putting them through to the national finals.

Police seize car from driver with revoked licence (1 hour 26 minutes old)

A driver with a revoked licence has had their car seized in Ipswich.

Nigel Farage heading to Clacton for Brexit Party rally (2 hours old)

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage is due to hold a rally outside Clacton Pier on Wednesday lunchtime in a bid to stir up support for his new party according to its Twitter account.

Busy road closed near Stonham Aspal after motorcycle crash (2 hours old)

A busy road in Suffolk has been closed by police while they investigate a crash involving a motorcyclist.

Did you join in the Easter party weekender at Yates on Saturday night? (3 hours old)

Partygoers celebrated the Easter weekend in style by letting their hair down at Yates in Ipswich. Were you there joining in the fun?

A12 slip road closed following vehicle fire (3 hours old)

Police have closed an exit of the A12 northbound towards Washbrook and Copdock as fire crews tackle a vehicle on fire in the road.

Bid to thwart pair of new houses in Suffolk village looks set to fail (4 hours old)

An attempt to stop two new homes being built on a small patch of land in a Suffolk village looks set to fail - after planners recommended that the houses be given the go-ahead.

‘Nightmare’ of crime ‘plaguing’ Ipswich town centre, club warns (4 hours old)

A social club chairman has described the “nightmare” of crime and anti-social behaviour “plaguing” an area of Ipswich.

Children cuddle lambs at rare breeds Easter event in Baylham (4 hours old)

Families use the warm weather and long Easter weekend to introduce their youngsters to new cuddly friends at a Rare Breeds farm in Baylham.

EADT News

How Suffolk taxpayers’ cash is helping pay for huge £40m Sproughton warehouse (1 hour 12 minutes old)

It is impossible to drive along the A14 and miss the giant looming silhouette of LDH La Doria’s new £40m Sproughton warehouse as it begins to take shape.

Police seize car from driver with revoked licence (1 hour 28 minutes old)

A driver with a revoked licence has had their car seized in Ipswich.

Nigel Farage heading to Clacton for Brexit Party rally (2 hours old)

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage is due to hold a rally outside Clacton Pier on Wednesday lunchtime in a bid to stir up support for his new party according to its Twitter account.

Busy road closed near Stonham Aspal after motorcycle crash (2 hours old)

A busy road in Suffolk has been closed by police while they investigate a crash involving a motorcyclist.

Grieving family display their grandfather’s private art collection to share his secret talent (2 hours old)

A grieving family have opened their grandfather’s private art collection to the public for the first time, to share his secret talent following his death.

Partying into Easter at Carbon - were you there? (2 hours old)

Did you get the Easter party started at Carbon nightclub in Stowmarket on Saturday night?

A12 slip road closed following vehicle fire (3 hours old)

Police have closed an exit of the A12 northbound towards Washbrook and Copdock as fire crews tackle a vehicle on fire in the road.

‘Walking corpse syndrome’ made me think I was dead after horror crash, says war veteran (3 hours old)

Those who have suffered a near-death experience will often tell the story of a life flashing before their eyes. But a heartbreaking, rare condition led one war veteran to believe he was a “walking corpse” after a motorcycle crash caused him suffer a severe brain injury.

‘Cougars’ spark friendship following online heart break (3 hours old)

Two self-proclaimed “cougars” have come together to share their story of heartbreak, deception as well as friendship following the release of their book.

Bid to thwart pair of new houses in Suffolk village looks set to fail (4 hours old)

An attempt to stop two new homes being built on a small patch of land in a Suffolk village looks set to fail - after planners recommended that the houses be given the go-ahead.

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