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BBC News - Suffolk

European elections 2019: Brexit Party wins three East seats (2 hours old)

The Brexit Party wins three seats in the EU elections, with the Lib Dems and Greens overtaking Labour.

Drone video shows aftermath of forest fire in Suffolk (12 hours old)

The blaze in Suffolk burned for about 10 hours and took 16 fire engines to put out.

Felixstowe port death: Essex firm fined after worker killed (2 days old [24/05/19])

A 58-year-old man was killed when a hose violently whipped round and struck him.

Suffolk factory chemical leak: Haverhill site evacuated (2 days old [24/05/19])

An 8,000-litre tank containing a chemical spills on to a public road and footpath.

Ed Sheeran announces surprise new album No. 6 (2 days old [24/05/19])

The singer currently tops the UK charts with his song I Don't Care featuring Justin Bieber.

Lowestoft: Street artist ATM creates barn owl mural (3 days old [23/05/19])

It is part of a graffiti trail aimed at bringing wildlife on to the streets of Lowestoft.

European elections 2019: Polls close across the UK (3 days old [23/05/19])

UK voters electing 73 Members of the European Parliament from 12 constituencies.

Averil Hart: Anorexia death linked to four others by Cambridgeshire coroner (4 days old [22/05/19])

Averil Hart, who had anorexia, lost a third of her bodyweight after starting university.

Tower of London ravens to be raised in Suffolk pub (4 days old [22/05/19])

The first chicks to hatch at the Tower in decades are set for life with a landlord guardian.

Prison officers 'ignoring' body-worn video camera rules (4 days old [22/05/19])

Concerns are raised over guards' "reluctance" to record their use of force and response to disorder.

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Evening Star News

Brexit Party, Liberal Democrats and Greens celebrate after European election in East Anglia (1 hour 31 minutes old)

Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party was the big winner in this year’s European Elections in the East of England – taking three of the seven seats up for grabs.

Euro Election 2019: Follow the counts as they happen throughout Sunday evening (7 hours old)

As politicians from around the region gather at Chelmsford for the European election count, we are providing live coverage and reaction political shape of the East of England emerges.

Do you remember when Princess Diana visited the 1986 Suffolk Show? (9 hours old)

It’s nearly that time of year again as preparations are in full swing for the Suffolk Show – so today we feature a gallery of one of its most famous guests.

Seaside fun in Bury St Edmunds at annual Whitsun Fayre (11 hours old)

All the fun of the seaside was to be found inland at Bury St Edmunds as the town held its Whitsun fayre.

Has the bedtime story lost its place in the digital world? (12 hours old)

A Suffolk librarian explains the importance of bedtime stories as research reveals that more than half of parents in the east of England are swapping books with technology when reading to their child.

7 unusual Airbnb’s in Suffolk – including a treehouse and a windmill (12 hours old)

Will you be holidaying closer to home this year? Spruce up your ‘staycations’ by visiting one of these unusual AirBnBs in Suffolk.

Theresa May ‘simply wasn’t up to the job’ (14 hours old)

Prime minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday. Here Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere says she made several key errors which made her departure “inevitable”.

Driver taken to hospital following crash at Seven Hills roundabout near Ipswich (16 hours old)

A motorist has been taken to hospital following a crash with a van close to the Seven Hills roundabout near Ipswich.

A14 overnight closures at Stowmarket for works (17 hours old)

Motorists and residents are being warned of overnight closures of the A14 near Stowmarket for up to a month.

An Ipswich pubs closure and Ed Sheeran’s generous donation are among this week’s top stories (17 hours old)

Spend your Sunday catching up on this week’s must read stories, including Ed Sheeran’s ticket donation to his former school and the Suffolk MP running to be the next Prime Minister.

EADT News

Brexit Party, Liberal Democrats and Greens celebrate after European election in East Anglia (1 hour 31 minutes old)

Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party was the big winner in this year’s European Elections in the East of England – taking three of the seven seats up for grabs.

Euro Election 2019: Follow the counts as they happen throughout Sunday evening (7 hours old)

As politicians from around the region gather at Chelmsford for the European election count, we are providing live coverage and reaction political shape of the East of England emerges.

TeigyFest music festival raises cash for girl affected by cold sore virus (9 hours old)

Families enjoyed plenty of fun at the weekend as they attended a two-day music festival aiming to highlight a serious issue.

Do you remember when Princess Diana visited the 1986 Suffolk Show? (9 hours old)

It’s nearly that time of year again as preparations are in full swing for the Suffolk Show – so today we feature a gallery of one of its most famous guests.

New Aldeburgh Carnival Queen is announced (10 hours old)

Psychology and sociology degree student Poppy Martinez has been chosen as Aldeburgh’s Carnival Queen for this summer’s big event.

Seaside fun in Bury St Edmunds at annual Whitsun Fayre (11 hours old)

All the fun of the seaside was to be found inland at Bury St Edmunds as the town held its Whitsun fayre.

Has the bedtime story lost its place in the digital world? (12 hours old)

A Suffolk librarian explains the importance of bedtime stories as research reveals that more than half of parents in the east of England are swapping books with technology when reading to their child.

7 unusual Airbnb’s in Suffolk – including a treehouse and a windmill (12 hours old)

Will you be holidaying closer to home this year? Spruce up your ‘staycations’ by visiting one of these unusual AirBnBs in Suffolk.

Plans submitted for 420 new homes at Colchester’s Fiveways Fruit Farm site (13 hours old)

Plans have been submitted for up to 420 new homes at the Fiveways Fruit Farm site in Colchester.

Theresa May ‘simply wasn’t up to the job’ (14 hours old)

Prime minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday. Here Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere says she made several key errors which made her departure “inevitable”.

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