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BBC News - Suffolk

'Treegate' row in Sudbury Christmas tree hole tax (1 day old)

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? (23 hours 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 (2 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 (2 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 (1 hour 18 minutes 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.

David McGoldrick: Ipswich Town striker targeting double-figured goal tally (3 hours old)

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

Mick McCarthy: Ipswich boss content to see team do 'horrible things' needed to win (4 days old [18/09/17])

Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy backs his side to keep doing "horrible things" to win games, despite poor home attendances.

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Evening Star News

Witnesses identified following CCTV appeal from police investigating Corrie McKeague’s disappearance (2 hours old)

Potential witnesses sought in connection with the disappearance of RAF airman Corrie McKeague in Suffolk have been identified following an anniversary appeal.

See where University of Suffolk, Essex and UEA rank in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 (4 hours old)

Records have been broken by the region’s universities in this year’s national league table of universities.

Suffolk New College hopes new project tackling student inactivity will create healthy legacy (4 hours old)

Inactive students at an Ipswich college will be encouraged to take part in fun sporting activities like climbing as part of a new £160,000 project to improve their physical and mental health.

Bramford Road reopens in Ipswich after Vauxhall Signum collided with pedestrian crossing post (6 hours old)

A road accident near to a busy junction in Ipswich during rush hour caused severe delays this morning – but has since been cleared.

The 2017 entries for photography competition Sounds of Suffolk, created by The Hearing Care Centre (6 hours old)

A neighing horse, singing bird and marching band are among quintessentially Suffolk sounds captured in winning entries submitted for a new photography competition.

Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality highlights alarming rise of racism in schools (7 hours old)

The chairman of a Suffolk racial equality charity says they are receiving more reports from parents about prejudice in schools than ever before.

Project to complete Ipswich “Winerack’’ building will go ahead, says developer (7 hours old)

The £20million project to complete the infamous ‘Winerack’ development in Ipswich will go ahead - but not until January, the developer behind the scheme has confirmed.

Illegal scrambler riding will lead to injuries – park manager warns (8 hours old)

The manager of a Suffolk park where illegal scrambler racing is said to have been “terrorising” residents has warned that someone will be “badly hurt” unless action is taken.

Royal Hospital School Student ‘thrilled’ to win Academy of Contemporary Music’s first music production scholarship (8 hours old)

A Suffolk student has become the first ever recipient of a prestigious scholarship in music production after impressing tutors with his talent, dedication and passion.

NSPCC records sharp rise in ‘frightened children living in violent homes’ in Suffolk and Essex (8 hours old)

Children in Suffolk and Essex are increasingly being exposed to the “devastating” effects of domestic violence, charities have warned.

EADT News

Troops gather at Merville Barracks to receive medals following medical operation in South Sudan (1 hour 6 minutes old)

Airborne medics who contributed to a United Nations (UN) mission in South Sudan have been presented with medals in recognition of their work.

Witnesses identified following CCTV appeal from police investigating Corrie McKeague’s disappearance (2 hours old)

Potential witnesses sought in connection with the disappearance of RAF airman Corrie McKeague in Suffolk have been identified following an anniversary appeal.

Used syringes among rubbish fly-tipped in Colchester (2 hours old)

Used syringes and drugs paraphernalia were discovered among rubbish fly-tipped in Colchester which has led to the prosecution of two people.

Transport for London says Uber is “not fit and proper” to operate in the capital (3 hours old)

Uber will no longer run services in London after September 30 following the city’s transport authority’s decision not to renew its private hire operator licence.

Herd of goats on A12 in Essex causes disruption for drivers (3 hours old)

A herd of goats is reported to be causing problems for motorists on the A12 in Essex.

Ridgeons donates essential building materials to Barbuda hurricane appeal (3 hours old)

The Bury St Edmunds’ branch of building supplies firm Ridgeons is donating £1,000 worth of construction materials and building tools to help people on the Caribbean island of Barbuda rebuild homes in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

Martin Lewis: Christmas is just 70 working days away so start saving now (3 hours old)

Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis talks you through how to get your finances ready for Christmas.

See where University of Suffolk, Essex and UEA rank in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 (4 hours old)

Records have been broken by the region’s universities in this year’s national league table of universities.

Suffolk-born vet becomes president of British Veterinary Association (4 hours old)

A Suffolk-born vet has become president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA).

Suffolk New College hopes new project tackling student inactivity will create healthy legacy (4 hours old)

Inactive students at an Ipswich college will be encouraged to take part in fun sporting activities like climbing as part of a new £160,000 project to improve their physical and mental health.

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