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BBC News - Suffolk

World Cup winner Sir Alf Ramsey's England appointment letter for sale (5 hours old)

The letter offers the future World Cup-winner a £4,500 annual salary, rising to a maximum of £5,000.

Norfolk family letters hailed as medieval social media (19 hours old)

Medieval letters with recipes, love affairs and subversion show a family as "social media pioneers".

Ipswich McDonald's stabbing: Second teenager charged (1 day old)

A 16-year-old was left with "life-threatening injuries" after the attack in Ipswich.

Newmarket cyclist death crash man sentenced (3 days old [14/06/18])

A motorist who admitted causing the death of a cyclist is given a suspended jail sentence.

Fan completes football ground challenge (2 days old [15/06/18])

A football supporter has completed a challenge to run around all 92 football league grounds.

Police investigating Halesworth arson seek man (3 days old [14/06/18])

Police are "extremely concerned" for the welfare of a man whose car was found abandoned.

Shipping line concerns over IT problems at Felixstowe Port (3 days old [14/06/18])

The Port of Felixstowe has been hit by delays caused by IT problems.

Job losses as Mattressman bed retailer closes stores (3 days old [14/06/18])

Poor sales have forced the company to downsize, closing 14 stores with the loss of 100 jobs.

Hannah and Alice Barnes hoping to emulate Brownlees' success (4 days old [13/06/18])

Hannah and Alice Barnes hope to be as successful as Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee.

Rescued bittern spotted in Suffolk reserve two years on (4 days old [13/06/18])

The injured bird was nursed back to health and released in a Hertfordshire nature reserve in 2016.

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Evening Star News

Ed Sheeran sports Ipswich Town shirt for Wembley gig (6 hours old)

Framlingham singer Ed Sheeran has been spotted wearing an Ipswich Town shirt at his latest gig in London.

Hundreds of walkers, runners and cyclists turn out for annual fundraiser (11 hours old)

An annual fundraising event took place under a new name this year – but with the usual level of huge support to help raise more than £105,000 for charity.

Major delays on Greater Anglia trains sparked by overhead wire damage (11 hours old)

Passengers on Greater Anglia trains are facing huge delays – until the end of the day – due to damage to overhead lines in Essex.

Review: Steps welcomed with ‘rapturous applause’ as party mood brought to Colchester’s Castle Park (11 hours old)

These days I often forget why I’ve come into the kitchen, but take me to a Steps concert and I can remember every word from my teens.

Children can ring out end of cancer treatment thanks to new Ipswich Hospital bell (12 hours old)

Young patients who have finished chemotherapy at Ipswich Hospital can now ring a special bell to celebrate the end of their treatment and mark the start of the next chapter of their lives.

Central England Co-op launches scheme to donate unused food to charity groups (12 hours old)

A scheme to cut supermarket food waste is to be rolled out across Norfolk and Suffolk after a successful pilot.

Will you be affected by lane closures on East Anglia’s roads this week? (12 hours old)

Highways England have released a full list of the work they will be carrying out on our roads this week.

Detective recruit sees policing from all sides as training moves forward (13 hours old)

The last seven months have brought a wealth of new experiences for Leia Dowsing as she continues on her journey to becoming a police detective.

Suffolk and Essex MPs press rail firms for answers after week of severe train delays (13 hours old)

MPs in Suffolk and Essex are pressing Greater Anglia and Network Rail for answers after repairs to a cracked track caused severe disruption on the line to London this week.

St Augustines Church holds open day for those affected by recent violence in Ipswich (14 hours old)

A church in Ipswich held an open day on Saturday to provide a place for quiet contemplation following the violence that has erupted in the town over the last two weeks.

EADT News

Ed Sheeran sports Ipswich Town shirt for Wembley gig (6 hours old)

Framlingham singer Ed Sheeran has been spotted wearing an Ipswich Town shirt at his latest gig in London.

Hundreds of walkers, runners and cyclists turn out for annual fundraiser (11 hours old)

An annual fundraising event took place under a new name this year – but with the usual level of huge support to help raise more than £105,000 for charity.

Major delays on Greater Anglia trains sparked by overhead wire damage (11 hours old)

Passengers on Greater Anglia trains are facing huge delays – until the end of the day – due to damage to overhead lines in Essex.

Review: Steps welcomed with ‘rapturous applause’ as party mood brought to Colchester’s Castle Park (11 hours old)

These days I often forget why I’ve come into the kitchen, but take me to a Steps concert and I can remember every word from my teens.

Children can ring out end of cancer treatment thanks to new Ipswich Hospital bell (12 hours old)

Young patients who have finished chemotherapy at Ipswich Hospital can now ring a special bell to celebrate the end of their treatment and mark the start of the next chapter of their lives.

Central England Co-op launches scheme to donate unused food to charity groups (12 hours old)

A scheme to cut supermarket food waste is to be rolled out across Norfolk and Suffolk after a successful pilot.

Will you be affected by lane closures on East Anglia’s roads this week? (12 hours old)

Highways England have released a full list of the work they will be carrying out on our roads this week.

Detective recruit sees policing from all sides as training moves forward (13 hours old)

The last seven months have brought a wealth of new experiences for Leia Dowsing as she continues on her journey to becoming a police detective.

Suffolk and Essex MPs press rail firms for answers after week of severe train delays (13 hours old)

MPs in Suffolk and Essex are pressing Greater Anglia and Network Rail for answers after repairs to a cracked track caused severe disruption on the line to London this week.

St Augustines Church holds open day for those affected by recent violence in Ipswich (14 hours old)

A church in Ipswich held an open day on Saturday to provide a place for quiet contemplation following the violence that has erupted in the town over the last two weeks.

Ipswich