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BBC News - Suffolk

Overturned lorry near Dock Spur roundabout in Felixstowe causes tailbacks (16 hours old)

A lorry driver suffered minor injuries in the crash near to Dock Spur roundabout in Felixstowe.

Felixstowe nursing home admits failings after man falls from window (21 hours old)

William Willmott fell to his death at Highcliffe House Nursing Home in Felixstowe on 14 July 2016.

Thomas Gainsborough to be commemorated by £8.5m centre (20 hours old)

A "nationally-significant" project needs to raise £1m by March to create a Thomas Gainsborough centre.

Ipswich Hospital: 'Clown doctors made me laugh in chemotherapy' (1 day old)

Mason Fountain, 13, has spent much of the past eight years in and out of Ipswich Hospital.

Broomhill Lido: Lottery hope over £5.3m Ipswich pool revamp (23 hours old)

A £5.3m plan to restore and reopen a 1930s lido in Ipswich has been approved by planners.

Greater Anglia's new trains revealed in virtual reality (1 day old)

Greater Anglia is giving passengers a tour of its new carriages with a virtual reality headset.

Children in Need: Fundraisers in the east support Pudsey (12 hours old)

People across the East of England have been supporting BBC Children in Need

Hull City v Ipswich Town (20 hours old)

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Hull City and Ipswich Town.

Price of Football 2017: Championship matchday ticket costs down (1 day old)

The average cost of a single home matchday ticket in the Championship falls for the 2017-18 season, the Price of Football study finds.

Cartier Racing Awards 2017: Enable named Horse of the Year (3 days old [14/11/17])

Enable is named Horse of the Year at the 2017 Cartier Racing Awards in London

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Evening Star News

Ipswich family fun day set to bring in trike funds for poorly Alexander (7 minutes old)

A fundraising event to help an Ipswich boy strengthen his muscles and enjoy outdoor activities with his family is being held today.

BBC Children in Need raises more than £50million in record-breaking year (1 hour 25 minutes old)

The Children in Need 2017 charity event has raised more than £50.1 million in another record-breaking year.

Reports of up to 10 vehicles involved in crash on Orwell Bridge westbound (14 hours old)

One lane of the Orwell Bridge in Suffolk was closed tonight while emergency services dealt with a multi-vehicle collision.

‘Inconclusive’ post-mortem on body of Julie Feetham found injured in Beyton bungalow (14 hours old)

Mystery surrounds the death of a 52-year-old woman from Suffolk as a post-mortem examination on her body has come back “inconclusive”.

Co-op store in Ipswich hosts roadshow event as part of campaign against anti-social behaviour (15 hours old)

A Co-op store in Ipswich has hosted a roadshow event as part of a campaign to protect shopworkers from anti-social behaviour.

Ipswich Christmas tree campaigner expresses delight at return of real tree (15 hours old)

A Rushmere campaigner who gathered nearly 1,500 signatures in a successful petition to bring a real Christmas tree back to Ipswich town centre has said she is thrilled with the new tree.

Helicopter and aircraft involved in mid-air crash in Buckinghamshire (16 hours old)

Four people have died during a mid-air collision between a helicopter and a two-seater aircraft, officials have confirmed.

Ipswich-based Roundwood Tennis Club get £12,000 grant for new ‘plastic’ courts (16 hours old)

Roundwood Tennis Club has been served £12,000 from a fund that recognises innovative renewable energy projects.

Bramford Road in Ipswich to CLOSE at Norwich Road junction all weekend over concerns nearby building might collapse (16 hours old)

A major road in Ipswich is to expected to be closed all weekend because of fears a building in the area is structurally unsafe.

Woodbridge Country Market hit hard by Deben Swimming Pool construction (16 hours old)

Woodbridge Country Market has faced a recent downturn in trade as many people do not realise it is still open due to the extensive building work at Deben Swimming Pool.

EADT News

Ipswich family fun day set to bring in trike funds for poorly Alexander (7 minutes old)

A fundraising event to help an Ipswich boy strengthen his muscles and enjoy outdoor activities with his family is being held today.

Police crackdown on illegal parking in Bury St Edmunds town centre (14 minutes old)

Police in Bury St Edmunds cracked down on illegal parking in the town this week by issuing 117 fixed penalty notices in one day.

Male pedestrian taken to hospital following collision with car near Eriswell (34 minutes old)

A pedestrian was taken to hospital with leg injuries following a collision with a car on a west Suffolk road last night.

BBC Children in Need raises more than £50million in record-breaking year (1 hour 25 minutes old)

The Children in Need 2017 charity event has raised more than £50.1 million in another record-breaking year.

West Suffolk family given ‘fresh start’ thanks to housing association scheme (1 hour 57 minutes old)

A Risby mother-of-two says she “has been given a new start” thanks to a housing association scheme in the west Suffolk village.

Firefighters help free trapped motorist following crash on A14 at Newmarket (10 hours old)

A woman had to be freed from her vehicle by firefighters after it was involved in a crash in Suffolk.

Reports of up to 10 vehicles involved in crash on Orwell Bridge westbound (14 hours old)

One lane of the Orwell Bridge in Suffolk was closed tonight while emergency services dealt with a multi-vehicle collision.

Sudbury-based mobility scooter firm TGA supports disabled swimmers (14 hours old)

Disabled swimmers in Sudbury can now access their pool more easily thanks to the generosity of a local business.

‘Inconclusive’ post-mortem on body of Julie Feetham found injured in Beyton bungalow (14 hours old)

Mystery surrounds the death of a 52-year-old woman from Suffolk as a post-mortem examination on her body has come back “inconclusive”.

Woodbridge Country Market hit hard by Deben Swimming Pool construction (16 hours old)

Woodbridge Country Market has faced a recent downturn in trade as many people do not realise it is still open due to the extensive building work at Deben Swimming Pool.

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