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BBC News - Suffolk

Suffolk teacher jailed for having sex with two pupils (17 hours old)

The judge said the defendant's text messages recorded his activities in "explicit detail".

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens: Teen 'named Ipswich gang as killers' (1 day old)

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens pointed the finger at "J-Block" before he died, a court hears.

Ipswich stabbing: Two arrested after Nando's stabbing (1 day old)

A man has been discharged from hospital after being stabbed in the head outside the restaurant.

Ipswich attempted rape 'predators' have jail sentence cut (1 day old)

A judge says their 12-year sentences were too long because the men had not actually raped the woman.

West Suffolk hospital death: Coroner's concern over fall from bed (2 days old [11/12/18])

Sheila Coley, 79, died in hospital two weeks after she broke her hip.

Ram-raids: Ipswich, Brantham and Combs Ford shops hit (2 days old [11/12/18])

Police say only one of the raids appears to have been successful.

Technology solution to Suffolk adult care budget overspend (2 days old [11/12/18])

Social services hope using monitoring equipment could lessen the need for adult care home visits.

Corrie Mckeague: Police trace man on CCTV footage (6 days old [08/12/18])

Corrie Mckeague's mother says the public would be "horrified" if they saw the CCTV footage.

Ed Sheeran in 'secret' Q&A with Norwich students (7 days old [06/12/18])

The global superstar chatted to students about how they can make the most of their talent.

Stoke City 2-0 Ipswich Town: Potters pile more misery on former boss Lambert (5 days old [08/12/18])

Stoke stretch their unbeaten run to eight Championship matches as bottom-of-the-table Ipswich lose again.

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Evening Star News

‘Cynical’ fraudster jailed for 10 months for council flat scam (2 hours old)

A fraudster cheated the system to illegally sub-let her council home for her own “greedy profit” - and then bought it at a huge discount, a court heard.

Where in Suffolk does it take over 20 hours to download a film? (11 hours old)

New research has revealed vast differences in the broadband speeds being experienced by internet users across Suffolk.

Why this holiday destination is fully-booked months in advance (13 hours old)

A holiday cottage owner has credited her success in a national award scheme to her staff - who judges say are like ‘gold dust’.

Will you be wearing your Christmas jumpers today? (14 hours old)

Today people from all around the country will be pulling on a silly sweater and getting into the festive spirit in aid of the Save the Children charity.

Drug and alcohol service rated ‘good’ but test area improvements required (15 hours old)

A substance misuse service for people across Suffolk has been rated ‘good’ by health inspectors.

See how your child’s primary school performed in 2018’s KS2 SATS table (16 hours old)

Suffolk’s primary schools have seen a boost in their Key Stage 2 results - although the county is still behind the national average.

Two of the defendants accused of murdering an Ipswich teenager showed no reaction when told of his death, court hears (16 hours old)

Two defendants accused of murdering Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens allegedly showed no reaction when they were told he had died, a court has heard.

Suffolk households face above-inflation council tax rises next April (16 hours old)

Households in Suffolk could see council tax bills rise by 4.7% next year if the county’s local authorities and police do as the government suggests in its local government settlement.

Retailers feel ‘betrayed’ by Ipswich Council over Christmas market (16 hours old)

Retailers in Ipswich say they feel betrayed by Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) for giving the go ahead to a christmas craft market, at a time when many stores are battling to stay afloat.

Hospice charity shop burgled (17 hours old)

Burglars who broke into the St Elizabeth Hospice charity shop in Ipswich stole around £300.

EADT News

Man arrested on suspicion of hare coursing (50 minutes old)

A 33-year-old man was arrested by Suffolk police on suspicion of hare coursing and driving while under the influence of drugs.

Attacker attempted robbery as victim collected washing from garden (1 hour 25 minutes old)

A man collecting his laundry was sprung upon by an unknown man in an attempted robbery.

‘Cynical’ fraudster jailed for 10 months for council flat scam (2 hours old)

A fraudster cheated the system to illegally sub-let her council home for her own “greedy profit” - and then bought it at a huge discount, a court heard.

Why this holiday destination is fully-booked months in advance (13 hours old)

A holiday cottage owner has credited her success in a national award scheme to her staff - who judges say are like ‘gold dust’.

Will you be wearing your Christmas jumpers today? (14 hours old)

Today people from all around the country will be pulling on a silly sweater and getting into the festive spirit in aid of the Save the Children charity.

See how your child’s primary school performed in 2018’s KS2 SATS table (16 hours old)

Suffolk’s primary schools have seen a boost in their Key Stage 2 results - although the county is still behind the national average.

Suffolk households face above-inflation council tax rises next April (16 hours old)

Households in Suffolk could see council tax bills rise by 4.7% next year if the county’s local authorities and police do as the government suggests in its local government settlement.

Could quick-build modular homes help tackle the housing crisis in west Suffolk? (16 hours old)

New types of housing - such as modular properties - could be part of the solution to addressing the need for more homes in west Suffolk, a new vision has suggested.

New campaign uses ‘parenting hacks’ to help parents soothe crying babies (16 hours old)

A campaign has been launched to help new parents and carers cope with their baby’s crying.

Retailers feel ‘betrayed’ by Ipswich Council over Christmas market (16 hours old)

Retailers in Ipswich say they feel betrayed by Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) for giving the go ahead to a christmas craft market, at a time when many stores are battling to stay afloat.

Ipswich