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BBC News - Suffolk

Harbour porpoise found washed-up on Suffolk beach (12 hours old)

The carcass of the marine mammal was discovered on the beach near Lowestoft.

Tour of Britain: Pupils excited about top cyclists (2 days old [26/05/17])

The Tour of Britain begins in 100 days, with some of the world's top cyclists due to visit the county on stage six of the event.

Suffolk minke whale carcass towed from Orford mud flats (3 days old [25/05/17])

The minke whale had been lying on mud flats in the River Ore since washing up on Saturday.

Beached Felixstowe fin whale removed from beach (4 days old [24/05/17])

The 30ft (9m) female is one of three reported to have died on the East Anglian coast in recent days.

Parkrun triumph for runner who recovered from two strokes (7 days old [21/05/17])

Ben Parker ran the Kesgrave course despite having suffered two strokes caused by a hole in his heart.

Van Gerwen beats Wright to win third Premier League (10 days old [18/05/17])

World number one Michael van Gerwen beats Scotland's Peter Wright to win his third Premier League Darts title.

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Evening Star News

Felixstowe-based firm to sponsor Ipswich Pulse Festival for two years (5 hours old)

Ipswich Pulse Festival, which brings innovative art productions to the town, is to be sponsored by Felixstowe-based Harrison C White Group for the next two years.

Man fighting for life rescued by firefighters in Ipswich (5 hours old)

Firefighters from Ipswich had to use the service’s turntable ladder to rescue a man who was discovered in a life-threatening condition by paramedics on Sunday night

Suffolk One students bring West End glamour to their Ipswich campus (7 hours old)

Students from Ipswich’s sixth form college are bringing a touch of the West End to break their summer term exam season.

Everything is awesome as nursery turns to Lego for Suffolk Show plans (7 hours old)

Hundreds of displays of flowers will be adding colour to the Suffolk Show this week – but few will have started life quite like the offering from Katie’s Gardens plant centre.

Hollesley Bay prisoner given conditional discharge for having mobile phone in cell (8 hours old)

A former Hollesley Bay prisoner has been given a conditional discharge and must pay £20 to the victims’ fund after being found in possession of a mobile phone in his cell.

Police caught nearly 200 drivers using mobiles in crackdown’s first month (8 hours old)

Nearly 200 drivers were caught using their mobile phones in Suffolk in the wake of a major crackdown.

Perfect boating weather brings out the crowds to Brightlingsea Regatta (8 hours old)

The glorious sunshine over most of the Bank Holiday weekend brought out the crowds to Brightlingsea Regatta for one of the traditional highlights of the Essex summer season.

Suffolk youngsters play at Wembley in build-up to Championship final (9 hours old)

Youngsters from Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave are preparing for their big Bank Holiday Monday match at Wembley.

Ipswich runners pelted with paint to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (10 hours old)

There were explosions of colour in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park as around 400 people donned their running shoes and volunteered to have powder paint thrown at them – all in a good cause.

Colchester man and Chelmsford man arrested on suspicion of racist Twitter posts after Manchester Arena attack (10 hours old)

Two men from Essex have been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated social media comments in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.

EADT News

Man fighting for life rescued by firefighters in Ipswich (5 hours old)

Firefighters from Ipswich had to use the service’s turntable ladder to rescue a man who was discovered in a life-threatening condition by paramedics on Sunday night

Suffolk One students bring West End glamour to their Ipswich campus (7 hours old)

Students from Ipswich’s sixth form college are bringing a touch of the West End to break their summer term exam season.

Everything is awesome as nursery turns to Lego for Suffolk Show plans (7 hours old)

Hundreds of displays of flowers will be adding colour to the Suffolk Show this week – but few will have started life quite like the offering from Katie’s Gardens plant centre.

Hollesley Bay prisoner given conditional discharge for having mobile phone in cell (8 hours old)

A former Hollesley Bay prisoner has been given a conditional discharge and must pay £20 to the victims’ fund after being found in possession of a mobile phone in his cell.

Police caught nearly 200 drivers using mobiles in crackdown’s first month (8 hours old)

Nearly 200 drivers were caught using their mobile phones in Suffolk in the wake of a major crackdown.

Perfect boating weather brings out the crowds to Brightlingsea Regatta (8 hours old)

The glorious sunshine over most of the Bank Holiday weekend brought out the crowds to Brightlingsea Regatta for one of the traditional highlights of the Essex summer season.

Suffolk youngsters play at Wembley in build-up to Championship final (9 hours old)

Youngsters from Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave are preparing for their big Bank Holiday Monday match at Wembley.

Ipswich runners pelted with paint to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (10 hours old)

There were explosions of colour in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park as around 400 people donned their running shoes and volunteered to have powder paint thrown at them – all in a good cause.

Colchester man and Chelmsford man arrested on suspicion of racist Twitter posts after Manchester Arena attack (10 hours old)

Two men from Essex have been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated social media comments in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.

Are you in our LeeStock Festival gallery? Newton Faulkener and Tinchy Stryder help mark memory of Lee Dunford (11 hours old)

From a small one-off gig in memory of a friend, a Suffolk festival has now celebrated their 10th event with a star-studded lineup and their biggest ever turnout.

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