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BBC News - Suffolk

'Treegate' row in Sudbury Christmas tree hole tax (2 days old [20/09/17])

Residents who suggested a Christmas tree should be moved are asked if they would be prepared for pay for it.

Orwell Bridge: How do you fix one of the UK's busiest roads? (1 day old)

A safety inspection and resurfacing works have started on the 35-year-old bridge.

Father pays tribute to rugby player Josh Gilbert who died during game (4 days old [18/09/17])

The father of Josh Gilbert, 25, says it is not known what caused the death of his "big, strong lad".

Southern, Merseyrail, Arriva Rail North and Greater Anglia rail staff strike (3 days old [19/09/17])

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) are staging two 24-hour walkouts in October.

Private ambulance spending rise in England by 22% in two years (3 days old [19/09/17])

NHS England ambulance trusts spent £78m on private firms in 2016-17, up from £64m two years ago.

Great Blakenham scrapyard fire investigation under way (6 days old [16/09/17])

About 100 tonnes of metal were ablaze at the site in Great Blakenham, near Ipswich.

Corrie Mckeague: Six people identified from CCTV stills (12 hours old)

Police say the identities of a group who joked with the RAF airman outside a nightclub are now known.

Ipswich hedgehog officer: 'My mission to boost numbers' (7 days old [15/09/17])

Ipswich's hedgehog officer has been in the role, which attracted global interest, for a year.

Leeds United v Ipswich Town (11 hours old)

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Leeds United and Ipswich Town.

David McGoldrick: Ipswich Town striker targeting double-figured goal tally (13 hours old)

Ipswich striker David McGoldrick aims to at least double last season's goals total after a good start to the new campaign.

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Evening Star News

Volunteering, rodeo bulls and live music kick start freshers’ fair at Ipswich’s One sixth form (2 hours old)

From rodeo bulls and Nirvana sing-alongs to help and advice from charities and businesses, One sixth form’s freshers’ fair was alive with activity from hundreds of students.

Police called to reports of man being aggressive in Dogs Head Street, Ipswich (6 hours old)

Police in Ipswich have been called to Dogs Head Street after reports of a man being aggressive.

Driver arrested after lorry overturns in Ipswich near Nacton Road junction with A14 westbound (7 hours old)

Police have arrested the driver of an articulated lorry on suspicion of drink driving after it overturned near to the onslip for the A14 westbound off Nacton Road in Ipswich.

Great East Run in Ipswich should grow into international event ‘in no time’, Team GB’s Andy Vernon says (7 hours old)

The Great East Run has “endless potential” and should feature world-class runners among a 10,000-strong field well within a decade, a Team GB Olympic runner has said.

East Anglian Labour MPs say ‘party is united’ ahead of party conference (7 hours old)

It is some time since the Labour Party went into a conference season with swagger and confidence – this year they very much do.

‘Don’t risk your health by declining this’ - Vulnerable Suffolk people urged to get flu jab (9 hours old)

Doctors anticipating a severe outbreak of flu this winter are desperately urging vulnerable people in Suffolk to get vaccinated against the virus.

Days lost to industrial action in the private sector the highest for a decade (9 hours old)

Long-running strikes by workers on Britain’s rail network have helped push industrial action in the UK’s private sector to its highest level for more than 10 years, according to research.

Suffolk NUT wants your help to fight campaign over ‘savage’ national funding formula (10 hours old)

Suffolk’s largest teaching union has launched a campaign over the “savage” levels of school funding under the new national funding formula (NFF).

Retired Suffolk policeman Ralph McMurray helps spread message of National Eye Health Week (10 hours old)

Go for regular eye tests – it could not only save your sight, but also your life. This is the message being pushed by campaigners across Suffolk and Essex during National Eye Health Week, from September 18-24.

ABP Ipswich and Brett Aggregates receive environmental award for reducing number of lorries leaving the Port of Ipswich (11 hours old)

ABP Ipswich has been recognised for its work in reducing the amount of road traffic leaving the town’s port.

EADT News

Moped rider suffers head injury after crash between moped and bus in Kentford (4 hours old)

A moped rider has been taken to hospital with a head injury after a crash with a bus in Kentford, west Suffolk this evening.

Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival to put spotlight on Suffolk produce (6 hours old)

Food producers in Suffolk say their industry has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with an even brighter future ahead.

Driver arrested after lorry overturns in Ipswich near Nacton Road junction with A14 westbound (7 hours old)

Police have arrested the driver of an articulated lorry on suspicion of drink driving after it overturned near to the onslip for the A14 westbound off Nacton Road in Ipswich.

Great East Run in Ipswich should grow into international event ‘in no time’, Team GB’s Andy Vernon says (7 hours old)

The Great East Run has “endless potential” and should feature world-class runners among a 10,000-strong field well within a decade, a Team GB Olympic runner has said.

East Anglian Labour MPs say ‘party is united’ ahead of party conference (7 hours old)

It is some time since the Labour Party went into a conference season with swagger and confidence – this year they very much do.

Have you seen missing Gale Cobden, 67, from Braintree? (7 hours old)

Police are searching for man who told his wife he was going for a walk and did not return home.

Top Suffolk barrister warns £35million Copella site plan for Boxford farm ‘must be refused’ (8 hours old)

A top barrister from Suffolk has spoken out in a planning row over proposals for a multi-million pound expansion he fears may threaten the tranquillity of Constable Country.

Petition backing campaign for multi-million pound Sudbury bypass project is launched (8 hours old)

A petition aiming to demonstrate the strength of public support for the multi-million pound Sudbury bypass project was officially launched today at the town hall.

Central England Co-operative funds defibrillators in Suffolk stores from 5p carrier bag charge (8 hours old)

Five pieces of lifesaving equipment have been installed in shops across Suffolk, thanks to money raised from the 5p carrier bag charge.

‘Don’t risk your health by declining this’ - Vulnerable Suffolk people urged to get flu jab (9 hours old)

Doctors anticipating a severe outbreak of flu this winter are desperately urging vulnerable people in Suffolk to get vaccinated against the virus.

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