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BBC News - Suffolk

Hadleigh horse sanctuary faces eviction after land sale (8 hours old)

Founder of French's Care Haven in Hadleigh faces race against time to find land and stables for 16 elderly animals.

Lost cat reunited with owner after 10 years (3 hours old)

Harry disappeared from his home in Ipswich in 2008 but turned up at the Blue Cross last month.

House prices tumble in seaside hot spots (21 hours old)

The cost of buying a home in Sandbanks and Salcombe has fallen over the last year, research suggests.

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens stabbing: Meeting pledges 'will be forgotten' (1 day old)

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, 17, died in hospital from a single stab wound after being attacked on 3 June.

McDonald's stabbing: Charges against teen dropped (2 days old [21/06/18])

One man remains in custody after a 16-year-old boy sustained life-threatening injuries in an attack outside a McDonald's.

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens death: Teenager 'had no choice over gangs' (3 days old [20/06/18])

The family of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens say they tried in vain to steer him away from trouble.

Ipswich Town FC offers interviews to Poundworld workers (3 days old [20/06/18])

Ipswich Town FC says it will give job interviews to local shop workers at the struggling chain.

Man charged with arson after Halesworth newsagent blaze (3 days old [20/06/18])

Stephen Wilson is charged with arson endangering life after a fire at a newsagent's in Halesworth.

Royal Ascot 2018: Michael Stoute sets record as Poet's Word beats Cracksman (3 days old [20/06/18])

Sir Michael Stoute becomes the all-time leading Royal Ascot trainer as Poet's Word shocks the odds-on favourite Cracksman to win the Prince of Wales's Stakes.

Teenage volunteers make dementia residents 'feel alive' (3 days old [20/06/18])

Young people are giving up their time to provide comfort for care home residents living with dementia.

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Evening Star News

Thousands take the plunge in the summer sunshine at 10th annual Great East Swim (1 hour 6 minutes old)

Thousands of the region’s bravest swimmers donned their wetsuits and took the plunge at the Great East Swim when it returned to Suffolk today.

Baton relay celebrating 100 years of the RAF reaches Suffolk (1 hour 8 minutes old)

A special baton relay will arrive on the Suffolk coast on Monday as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the formation of the RAF.

Police ‘very concerned for welfare’ of missing Essex teenagers (4 hours old)

Essex Police says it is “very concerned” for the welfare of two missing young people – who are believed to be together in the Colchester area.

Shock as East of England Co-op in Ipswich’s Handford Road earmarked for closure (4 hours old)

Shoppers have expressed shock after plans to shut to a “struggling” East of England Co-op store in Ipswich were announced.

Four arrested after Chelmsford murder all released from custody (5 hours old)

Four people arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a man in Chelmsford yesterday have been released.

What’s on in Suffolk and north Essex on Saturday, June 23, and Sunday, June 24 (6 hours old)

From a tribute music festival to a muddy obstacle course – there are plenty of events for people to enjoy across Suffolk and north Essex this weekend.

Are you running Race for Life in Ipswich this weekend? Tell us why (8 hours old)

Thousands of runners dressed in pink are expected to descend on Trinity Park near Ipswich this weekend to play their part in the fight against cancer.

Services between Ipswich and Cambridge returning to normal after disruption (10 hours old)

Rail services between Ipswich and Cambridge are returning to normal after a freight train broke down at Bury St Edmunds this morning.

Rail fans invited to watch first testing of historic steam engine at The Middy (11 hours old)

The restoration of one the last working steam trains in East Anglia will take a major step forward this weekend.

Another knife death in region sparks murder inquiry (11 hours old)

A murder probe has been launched following another fatal stabbing in the East of England.

EADT News

Thousands take the plunge in the summer sunshine at 10th annual Great East Swim (1 hour 6 minutes old)

Thousands of the region’s bravest swimmers donned their wetsuits and took the plunge at the Great East Swim when it returned to Suffolk today.

Baton relay celebrating 100 years of the RAF reaches Suffolk (1 hour 8 minutes old)

A special baton relay will arrive on the Suffolk coast on Monday as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the formation of the RAF.

Hopes housing design guide will halt inappropriate development in Suffolk (3 hours old)

A guide to what is appropriate housing for Suffolk could help “mitigate some of the worse excesses of development” expected in the county in coming years, a housing preservation expert has said.

Police ‘very concerned for welfare’ of missing Essex teenagers (4 hours old)

Essex Police says it is “very concerned” for the welfare of two missing young people – who are believed to be together in the Colchester area.

Shock as East of England Co-op in Ipswich’s Handford Road earmarked for closure (4 hours old)

Shoppers have expressed shock after plans to shut to a “struggling” East of England Co-op store in Ipswich were announced.

Four arrested after Chelmsford murder all released from custody (5 hours old)

Four people arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a man in Chelmsford yesterday have been released.

What’s on in Suffolk and north Essex on Saturday, June 23, and Sunday, June 24 (6 hours old)

From a tribute music festival to a muddy obstacle course – there are plenty of events for people to enjoy across Suffolk and north Essex this weekend.

Are you running Race for Life in Ipswich this weekend? Tell us why (8 hours old)

Thousands of runners dressed in pink are expected to descend on Trinity Park near Ipswich this weekend to play their part in the fight against cancer.

Woman’s lucky escape as fire destroys kitchen (9 hours old)

An Essex woman made a lucky escape from her burning home after being alerted to a fire by her smoke alarm.

Services between Ipswich and Cambridge returning to normal after disruption (10 hours old)

Rail services between Ipswich and Cambridge are returning to normal after a freight train broke down at Bury St Edmunds this morning.

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