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BBC News - Suffolk

Climate change murals inaugurated in coastal town (1 hour 54 minutes old)

The community hopes the artworks draw attention to flooding risk in the town and the whole planet.

Sudbury: Inquest into death of 'bags of bones' victim halted (6 hours old)

The inquest will resume later in the year to allow the criminal investigation to continue.

Prisoner is arrested after going on the run (4 hours old)

Michael Cocksedge is arrested a day after he did not appear for prison roll call, police say.

World's largest container ship leaves Felixstowe after first UK visit (9 hours old)

The ship has capacity for 24,346 standard containers and has spent three days at the UK port.

A14: Roadworks causing significant losses, says Felixstowe haulier (11 hours old)

Benefits of the £37m rebuild include "a smoother, quieter" road, according to National Highways.

Queen feeds mint to horse during Suffolk racing school trip (9 hours old)

Camilla meets animals and staff at a training centre to mark its 40th anniversary.

Suffolk Police to scale back on mental health response (1 day old)

The force tells partner agencies of its plans to implement the Home Office Right Care Right Person strategy.

Wooden artefact of patron saint stolen from Chattisham church (1 day old)

Some at the church wonder whether the figurine was stolen by a thief confused about its maker.

Suffolk Show 'highlights exciting jobs in horticulture' (1 day old)

The 192nd edition of the county show aims to highly agriculture and the industry supporting it.

RSPCA rescue deer taken from London to Suffolk (2 days old [31/05/23])

The RSPCA has rescued a deer from a family home after it was taken 90 miles away from the wild.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich Sport Feed

Clubs told to behave themselves or lose points

Grassroots clubs and Ipswich Town Women’s level downwards face being docked points next season as the FA look to clamp down on serious misconduct.

Town sign 18-year-old Millfield School goalkeeper

Ipswich Town have signed a 18-year-old Millfield School pupil on a two-year professional contract.

Town pair receive international call-ups but injury sees Burns miss out

Two Ipswich Town players have received international call-ups but Wes Burns will miss out due to an ‘ongoing’ issue.

Slovakian side announce pre-season friendly against Town

A Slovakian side have announced a pre-season friendly against the Tractor Boys in the summer.

These are the 14 players leaving Ipswich Town this summer

Ipswich Town have confirmed four senior and 10 academy players will be leaving the club ahead of their return to the Sky Bet Championship.

Skuse rejected other offers to be Bury boss

Recently retired professional Cole Skuse discusses his move into Non-League management at Bury Town.

How you can vote for Chaplin to win Fans' Player of the Year award

Ipswich Town top scorer Conor Chaplin has been nominated for the PFA Vertu Motors Fans’ Player of the Year award.

Town sign 18-year-old New Zealand keeper

Ipswich Town have signed an U20 international goalkeeper from New Zealand following a trial.

Ipswich Town column: Joey reviews magical season for the Tractor Boys

Columnist Joey Sadler looks back on an incredible season for Ipswich Town which saw them secure promotion back to the Championship.

‘Not our best performance’ – Town boss on final day draw to end ‘incredible season’

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna reflects on a 2-2 draw up at Fleetwood Town as his side finished second in the Sky Bet League One table.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich News Feed

Firm installs first 24/7 defibrillator after fund-raising spree

The first of six publicly available 24-hour defibrillators has been installed – as firm which helped out paid tribute to a lost friend.

Suffolk toddler has part of lung removed after contracting Strep A

A toddler from Suffolk has had a section of lung removed after he contracted Strep A.

Refugee children headed to a Suffolk nature reserve on Tuesday to play, build and learn. (12 hours old)

Refugee children headed to a Suffolk nature reserve on Tuesday to play, build and learn.

Police move broken-down vehicle obstructing road

A broken-down vehicle that was slowing down traffic has been moved to a layby.

Man who stole tens of thousands of pounds jailed after burglary spree

A man has been jailed after a string of burglaries which saw tens of thousands of pounds of goods stolen.

‘We filled a huge black hole’: Venue gives thanks as funds buy new sound desk

A grassroots music venue has ‘filled a black hole’ and given thanks for a sizable donation which allowed it to buy a new sound desk.

Community projects at shopping parades could get £20k funding

Community projects designed to improve offerings and encourage visitors to shopping parades can now applying for up to £20,000 in funding.

More delays on key routes as visitors flock to the Suffolk Show

There are delays on key routes around a Suffolk town this morning, as visitors head to day two of a huge half term event.

Thousands attend as first day of Suffolk Show goes off with a bang (1 day old)

SuffolkNews runs down the highlights of the first day of the Suffolk Show.

Bincent Van Gogh and Dustbin Bieber: Suffolk’s bin trucks named

Suffolk’s new waste truck fleet has been christened after a public naming competition.

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