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BBC News - Suffolk

FA Cup: Ipswich Town tie at Portman Road 'biggest game' in Buxton's history (15 hours old)

Ex-Ipswich midfielder Tommy Miller on returning to Portman Road as Buxton assistant manager for the biggest game in the non-league club's history.

University staff in East of England join national strike action (1 day old)

A union member says staff feel they have no other choice but to strike over pay.

Some Greene King brewery staff to strike over pay (1 day old)

Unite members at sites in England are walking out in the lead-up to Christmas in a row over pay.

Wild swimmers are getting sick from sewage, campaigners say (2 days old [24/11/22])

More people are getting ill after swimming and paddling in rivers and seas, a new report says.

Boss Kieran McKenna relieved Ipswich Town forward Marcus Harness' injury is not more serious (15 hours old)

Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna feels relieved despite revealing Marcus Harness needs knee surgery.

East Suffolk Norse bin collection staff accept increased pay offer (1 day old)

East Suffolk Norse agrees to fund a union's pay demand of an extra £1.25 per hour.

Felixstowe: Work under way to move storm-saved beach huts (2 days old [23/11/22])

It is believed Felixstowe is home to some of the oldest traditional seaside cabins in the UK.

Ipswich Town players lend a hand at food charity (1 day old)

Club manager Kieran McKenna describes supporting FIND as a "proud duty and responsibility".

Former Liverpool and Ipswich striker Johnson dies  (2 days old [23/11/22])

Former England striker David Johnson, the first man to score for both Liverpool and Everton in the Merseyside derby, dies aged 71.

Public consultation begins on tidal barrier plan (2 days old [23/11/22])

The proposed tidal surge barrier and flood walls will protect homes and businesses in Lowestoft.

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