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BBC News - Suffolk

Ipswich Daniel Saunders murder inquiry: Two re-arrested (14 hours old)

Daniel Saunders, 32, died after being stabbed in the abdomen just before Christmas.

Sizewell C: Bill Nighy and Bill Turnbull sign opposition letter (1 day old)

Artists, actors and business leaders have signed a letter objecting to the proposed station in Suffolk.

All Hallows: Suffolk trust closure 'will devastate patients' (1 day old)

A petition to save services run by the Suffolk trust has already attracted 1,300 signatures.

What do lottery winners buy? (1 day old)

From £3m investments to designer handbags - the ways a lucky few have chosen to spend the payouts.

Lowestoft First Light Festival: Danny Boyle to appear (2 days old [20/03/19])

The Oscar-winning director will present a beach screening of his film, Sunrise.

Ipswich eyes Queen's platinum jubilee bid to become a city (3 days old [20/03/19])

The town wants to be ready to bid if the Queen creates new cities in her 70th jubilee celebrations.

Drunk driver drove 80mph against traffic on A14 (3 days old [19/03/19])

Officers had to ram Remigijus Katinas' car to force him to stop during the Boxing Day incident.

Arrest over Eye Town Hall break-in and painting damage (3 days old [19/03/19])

Four "historically important" paintings were slashed and sprayed with a fire extinguisher.

'Compelling case' for Greater Cambridge metro (3 days old [19/03/19])

Work on a new transport system for Cambridge and beyond could begin "as early as 2021".

Ipswich Town: Kevin Beattie statue design revealed (4 days old [19/03/19])

Former Ipswich Town and England footballer Kevin Beattie had "strength, agility and athleticism".

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Evening Star News

Police appeal after parked car has back window smashed (10 hours old)

A parked car in Ipswich had its back window smashed last weekend, causing £150 worth of damage.

Fears over Orwell Bridge Brexit protest THIS EVENING (11 hours old)

Motorists have been warned of possible disruption on the A14 tonight by slow-moving lorries protesting over Brexit.

Books for Schools campaign winners announced (13 hours old)

The winners of our Books for Schools campaign have been announced.

Contact numbers, planning permission and allotments – everything you need to know about the new East Suffolk Council (14 hours old)

From bin collections to leisure centre fees, the new East Suffolk Council will oversee services in coastal communities from April. Local Democracy Reporter Jason Noble finds out what changes you need to know

Mark hitting the road for charity (14 hours old)

A teenage brain injury survivor from Ipswich will take on a 30 mile challenge for Headway using his specially-adapted wheelchair bike.

Could you cope sleeping rough on the streets of Ipswich? (14 hours old)

Being outside in the freezing cold, with just a sleeping bag and a cardboard mat for company, might not sound like an ideal night out.

Teenage serial offender given youth referral order (14 hours old)

A 15-year-old girl has appeared at Ipswich youth court following a string of offences in the town.

Ipswich Town player ‘set bad example to fans’ by driving twice speed limit (14 hours old)

Ipswich Town footballer Jordan Roberts has been hit with six penalty points on his licence for driving at more than twice the speed limit near the club’s Portman Road ground.

Delve inside the rich history of Ipswich’s pubs (14 hours old)

Ipswich’s finest pubs, beer houses and breweries have been remembered in a walk and talk tour.

Two further people re-arrested following Daniel Saunders murder (15 hours old)

Two people have been re-arrested in connection with the death of 32-year-old Daniel Saunders in Ipswich.

EADT News

Car fire on A14 causes lane closure (9 hours old)

One lane of the A14 near Woolpit was closed after a car fire on the carriageway on Friday.

Sudbury could receive town centre funding boost (9 hours old)

Sudbury could receive funding to transform its town centre after the council made a bid for a slice of a government funding pot.

Fears over Orwell Bridge Brexit protest THIS EVENING (11 hours old)

Motorists have been warned of possible disruption on the A14 tonight by slow-moving lorries protesting over Brexit.

Hunt continues to trace man who punched girl, 16, in face in car park assault (11 hours old)

A man who punched a teenage girl in the face and then fled the scene is still being sought by police.

Pop rockers The Hoosiers to play Sudbury festival (12 hours old)

Pop rock band The Hoosiers have been confirmed to play at a popular music festival held in memory of a Sudbury teenager.

Tributes to Suffolk midwife who tried to save maternity unit in 1980s (13 hours old)

Margaret Thick was a Woodbridge district nurse and also worked at Ipswich Hospital. Her funeral is on April 1

Suffolk coast community projects among those awarded government grants (13 hours old)

More than £1,000,000 has been awarded to Suffolk and Essex coastal community projects as part of the latest round of government grants.

Books for Schools campaign winners announced (13 hours old)

The winners of our Books for Schools campaign have been announced.

Contact numbers, planning permission and allotments – everything you need to know about the new East Suffolk Council (14 hours old)

From bin collections to leisure centre fees, the new East Suffolk Council will oversee services in coastal communities from April. Local Democracy Reporter Jason Noble finds out what changes you need to know

CLAAS underlines commitment to UK as £20m HQ rebuild celebrates milestone (14 hours old)

A German-owned agricultural company based in Suffolk is set to continue to invest in the UK – whatever the outcome of the UK’s Brexit crisis, says its UK and Ireland boss.

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