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BBC News - Suffolk

Model of Queen Elizabeth II statue raises funds for Newmarket museum (1 hour 10 minutes old)

A model of a bronze statue of the late Queen Elizabeth II raises £173,250 for a Suffolk museum.

Stroke patient had to get bus to Ipswich Hospital says wife (15 hours old)

A man suffering a stroke had to make his own way to hospital due to ambulance issues, his wife says.

Sizewell C nuclear power plant backed by government (17 hours old)

Business Secretary Grant Shapps visits the Suffolk coast to mark the signing of contracts.

Cranes fledge young on Suffolk coast for the first time (15 hours old)

The RSPB says it is a great achievement and it hopes it "kick starts" the population of cranes.

A140 Wetheringsett: Man dies after car overturns and gets hit by lorry (15 hours old)

Police say the man, who was in the car, died at hospital and another person in the car fled the scene.

Bird flu: Free range turkey supplies hit by bird flu (13 hours old)

About 600,000 birds have been culled or have died in the UK's worst avian flu outbreak.

The Broads: Campaigners call for more access to nature spot (17 hours old)

The Campaign for National Parks says better access is important for people's health and wellbeing.

I'm a Celebrity: 'Matt Hancock should let someone else be our MP' (1 day old)

Constituents speak out on what the former health secretary should do after I'm a Celebrity.

Sound City Ipswich renamed as Brighten The Corners (2 days old [28/11/22])

Organisers say they aim to shine a spotlight on an "underappreciated part of the country".

New champion Wardley wants homecoming fight (1 day old)

New British heavyweight champion Fabio Wardley wants a fight closer to his Ipswich home in a "massive" 2023.

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