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BBC News - Suffolk

Bomb squad called to Cambridge United boss's home over boot briefcase (15 hours old)

A football club boss sparks a bomb alert when he finds a briefcase containing two Jordanian passports in his car boot.

'Largest' haul of 11m cigarettes seized at Felixstowe port (2 hours old)

An attempt to smuggle more than 11 million cigarettes into the UK is thwarted by customs officers as they seize the "largest" haul at a port.

Man 'thrown from go-kart' dies at track near Beccles (19 hours old)

A man in his 60s dies after reportedly being thrown from a go-kart while on a track in Suffolk.

Ipswich Airport remembered 20 years after closure (3 days old [24/09/16])

An airport that "refused to close" is being remembered this weekend, 20 years after flying eventually stopped.

'Wall of Death' returns to Boxford in aid of charity (3 days old [24/09/16])

A motorcycle "Wall of Death" attraction is returning to a Suffolk village where the attraction was once popular.

Ed Sheeran pig statue sells for £6,200 (4 days old [22/09/16])

A pig-shaped tribute to Ed Sheeran - which the singer himself described as 'awesome' - sells for £6,200 at auction.

New Bernard Matthews owner says jobs and pensions are safe (5 days old [21/09/16])

A union welcomes reassurances from the new owner of Bernard Matthews over job security and pensions.

Network Rail fined £4m over level crossing death of actress (5 days old [21/09/16])

Network Rail is fined £4m over the death of a former film actress at a level crossing.

Labour leadership election: East party members call for truce (20 hours old)

Labour politicians in the East call for a truce after Jeremy Corbyn's resounding victory - but can it last?

Acid attack victim's mission (5 days old [21/09/16])

A former beautician scarred for life when acid was thrown in her face plans to use the experience to teach children the dangers of abusive relationships.

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Evening Star News

50 years since final curtain came down on legendary showman Billy Smart’s life (1 hour 35 minutes old)

Fifty years ago this week, circus legend Billy Smart collapsed and died in Ipswich. He was such a huge star that his death made headlines around the world.

Decisions on IVF services in Suffolk deferred until next year after public feedback (1 hour 45 minutes old)

Decisions on whether to reduce access to IVF services and re-focus services delivered to vulnerable adults were deferred today.

Man taken to hospital after fall from bike in Washbrook (2 hours old)

A male cyclist was taken to hospital with minor injuries following a fall from his bike in Washbrook this morning.

Kesgrave cyclist Adrian Rawlinson wins £10,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice after winning The Mountain Warehouse Charity Challenge (2 hours old)

St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich has won £10,000 after a Kesgrave cyclist won a public vote in an online fundraising competition.

Fed up of traffic delays in Ipswich? Get behind the Star’s new Roadworks Watch campaign (4 hours old)

The Ipswich Star today launches a new campaign to highlight problem roadworks in the town.

Parents of river victim Wayne Hughes pay tribute to their ‘cheeky’ son (4 hours old)

The parents of a father-of-one whose body was discovered beside the River Orwell near Ipswich railway station have paid tribute to their ‘cheeky’ son.

Ipswich man found asleep while drunk in driver’s seat with car door open is banned (4 hours old)

A driver found asleep in his car with the door open in Ipswich town centre while above the legal alcohol limit has been banned from the road.

Train delays from Ipswich and Colchester caused by lorry hitting railway bridge at Romford (5 hours old)

Disruption on train services from Ipswich and Colchester is expected until 11am this morning (Tuesday, September 27) after a lorry hit a railway bridge at Romford.

Commuter claims Travel Ipswich has made congestion worse not better (20 hours old)

Sports editor Mark Heath says Travel Ipswich has made his journeys to and from work a misery as traffic continues to back up around the town centre on a daily basis.

EADT News

50 years since final curtain came down on legendary showman Billy Smart’s life (1 hour 35 minutes old)

Fifty years ago this week, circus legend Billy Smart collapsed and died in Ipswich. He was such a huge star that his death made headlines around the world.

Decisions on IVF services in Suffolk deferred until next year after public feedback (1 hour 45 minutes old)

Decisions on whether to reduce access to IVF services and re-focus services delivered to vulnerable adults were deferred today.

Police helicopter searches for missing man in Bury St Edmunds (2 hours old)

A police helicopter has been circling areas of Bury St Edmunds this morning (September 27) as officers continue their search for missing man Corrie McKeague.

Kesgrave cyclist Adrian Rawlinson wins £10,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice after winning The Mountain Warehouse Charity Challenge (2 hours old)

St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich has won £10,000 after a Kesgrave cyclist won a public vote in an online fundraising competition.

Man taken to hospital following motorcycle crash in Blythburgh (4 hours old)

A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital in a serious condition following a crash in Blythburgh this morning (Tuesday, September 27).

Ipswich man found asleep while drunk in driver’s seat with car door open is banned (4 hours old)

A driver found asleep in his car with the door open in Ipswich town centre while above the legal alcohol limit has been banned from the road.

Train delays from Ipswich and Colchester caused by lorry hitting railway bridge at Romford (5 hours old)

Disruption on train services from Ipswich and Colchester is expected until 11am this morning (Tuesday, September 27) after a lorry hit a railway bridge at Romford.

Police appeal for help in tracing missing 23-year-old, Corrie McKeague, from Bury St Edmunds (7 hours old)

Police are concerned for the welfare of a 23-year-old man from Bury St Edmunds who has been missing since Saturday morning.

£13m expansion plans for Freeport Braintree to create up to 100 jobs (19 hours old)

A multi-million pound proposal has been put forward to expand a mid-Essex shopping centre creating up to 100 new jobs.

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