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BBC News - Suffolk

Prime minister Rishi Sunak pledges to compensate disrupted communities (11 hours old)

The prime minister says communities should be compensated for disruption caused by energy schemes.

Ipswich special needs school celebrates new premises (10 hours old)

Woodbridge Road Academy for special educational needs and disabilities opens its new building.

Bus services in East region to benefit from £15m cash injection (21 hours old)

Twelve councils in the East of England will share £15.6m to "improve and protect local services".

Felixstowe veteran has dozens attend funeral after public appeal for attendees (1 day old)

Ex-soldiers turn out for a Suffolk Regiment veteran's funeral, following an appeal for more attendees.

Bury St Edmunds: councillors decide to scrap Western Way plans (1 day old)

A replacement for the existing facility in Bury St Edmunds has been planned by a council since 2016.

West Suffolk Council meeting suspended after public disruption (1 day old)

A full West Suffolk Council meeting was disrupted by members of the public on Tuesday.

PS Waverley: Last seagoing paddle steamer visits Suffolk (1 day old)

The Waverley is sailing from Great Yarmouth to London, with stops in Suffolk and Essex.

Ipswich Town 3-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Championship high-flyers stun Premier League side in Carabao Cup. (2 days old [26/09/23])

Championship high-flyers Ipswich Town stun Premier League Wolves as they fight back from two goals down to reach the Carabao Cup fourth round.

SAS Who Dares Wins: Hancock 'quite annoying' says instructor (2 days old [26/09/23])

Chief Instructor Billy Billingham says the West Suffolk MP acted like a "typical politician".

Onions spilt across A134 near Cockfield after lorry overturned (2 days old [26/09/23])

Thousands of the round, red alliums spill from an overturned lorry leaving a road blocked.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich Sport Feed

Ipswich Town column: How long will we get to enjoy McKenna-ball?

Ipswich Town fan Joey Sadler is current loving the ride, but ponders what the chances are of the man driving the club upwards departing.

Town host Premier League side in last 16 of Carabao Cup

Ipswich Town will host Premier League side Fulham in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup following their 3-2 victory over Wolves.

“So much to be proud of” – Town boss reacts to stunning comeback as Tractor Boys progress in the cup

Kieran McKenna was delighted with his sides performance and hailed Jack Taylor’s winner.

Town come back from two goals down to knock out Premier League opposition in the Carabao Cup

Ipswich Town defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers to progress into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.

‘A big test’: Lee Evans on Town’s cup clash against Premier League side

Ipswich Town midfielder Lee Evans has spoken on Premier League side Wolves and praised manager Kieran McKenna ahead of their Carabao Cup tie.

‘One we need to really enjoy’ – Town boss on seven-goal thriller against Blackburn

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna praised his side’s resilience as they came out of a frantic affair with Blackburn with a 4-3 victory.

Town win seven-goal home thriller against Blackburn to go level at the summit

A fantastic strike from Massimo Luongo earned Ipswich Town victory in a seven-goal thriller with Blackburn to go joint top of the Championship.

Davis returns to Town line-up for Blackburn test

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna has made three changes to his starting line-up for the visit of Blackburn Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship.

Ipswich Town Column: ‘McKenna’s men continue to take the Championship by storm’

Joey Sadler looks back on another great week for The Tractor Boys.

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Rascal’s struggle to find a home as charity calls to end greyhound racing

SuffolkNews tell the story of a former racing greyhound as a charity calls to ban the sport.

Library partially reopens after roof collapse

Some services have resumed at a library which shut after its roof collapsed – with a full reopening coming tomorrow.

Popular park’s new dog grooming parlour is a hit with animal lovers

Demand has been high for a new dog grooming parlour, which recently opened in aa town park.

Have your say on local walking and cycling routes

The county council is holding a consultation on the future of local pedestrian and cycle routes.

Crash causes heavy traffic in town centre

A two-car collision is causing heavy congestion in a town centre.

10 of the Suffolk pubs featured in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide 2024 (23 hours old)

With the abundance of pubs, finding a great place to enjoy a pint is not easy – in fact, it can become overwhelming.

‘An important asset for rural communities’: MP disappointed as village post office to shut

An MP has expressed disappointment at the news that a village post office will shut, and offered his assistance.

‘They’ve reached the end of their tether’: MP calls for greater police presence in town area

An MP has called for a greater police presence in an area of a town.

Village’s new vet keen to get to know community

A vet has set up shop in a village – and spoke of how eager he is to get to know the community he’ll serve.

Two more arrests made after serious assault in town

Two more arrests have been made in connection with a serious assault – bringing the total to nine.

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