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BBC News - Suffolk

Lincoln City 1-0 Ipswich Town (6 hours old)

Non-league Lincoln City reach the fourth round of the FA Cup for the first time in 41 years with a victory over Ipswich at Sincil Bank.

Huntsman spider found by Suffolk staff in shipping container from Japan (17 hours old)

A giant Huntsman spider from Japan is found by workers who opened a shipping container in Suffolk.

Suffolk rector Martin Thrower denies voyeurism offences (17 hours old)

A Suffolk clergyman denies filming men in public toilets for his own sexual gratification.

Abellio agrees to sell 40% of Greater Anglia franchise to Mitsui (13 hours old)

Abellio agrees to sell 40% of its Greater Anglia rail franchise to Japanese firm Mitsui.

Former RAF Honington serviceman jailed for sexually abusing boy scout (1 day old)

A former RAF corporal and scoutmaster is jailed for three years for sexually abusing a boy scout more than 30 years ago in Germany.

Tunisia attack: British lives could have been saved (1 day old)

A gunman who shot 30 British tourists on a Tunisian beach could have been stopped sooner, an inquest hears.

Thorpeness cliff collapse: Cordon in place after death (2 days old [15/01/17])

The man's death is being treated as "non-suspicious", police say

Storm surge: Severe flooding avoided in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk (3 days old [14/01/17])

Towns and villages along the Norfolk and Essex coast avoid a storm surge.

Ed Sheeran makes history with double chart hit (3 days old [14/01/17])

Ed Sheeran's two new singles, 'Shape of You' and 'Castle On The Hill' have taken number one and number two spot in the charts.

Ipswich Town sign Jordan Spence and Forest Green's Kieffer Moore (1 day old)

Ipswich Town sign striker Kieffer Moore from Forest Green for an undisclosed fee and ex-MK Dons defender Jordan Spence.

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Evening Star News

Lorry crashes into electricity pole in Trimley St Mary (7 hours old)

Paramedics, police and three fire engines are currently at the scene of a crash in Trimley St Mary.

Plan for walkway from Ipswich’s Wherstead Road to Bourne Park after petition (10 hours old)

A new walkway could be built from a busy road to an Ipswich park after campaigners called form greater safety measures.

Ipswich to receive share of £60m school social mobility fund, Justine Greening to announce (11 hours old)

Ipswich will receive a share of a £60m school improvement scheme after being identified as a social mobility ‘coldspot’, the government is set to announce today.

Days Gone By - Remembering The Old Bell and The Blooming Fuchsia pubs in Ipswich (11 hours old)

Dozens of public houses have closed in Ipswich in recent years. The pace of losses has now slowed and many community pubs are run by volunteers. 
This week David Kindred looks back at the two in particular - The Old Bell, which stood at the junction of Stoke Street, Vernon Street and Bell Lane, and Blooming Fuchsia in Foxhall Road.

Warning after 40% rise in Suffolk burglaries, with half of them in south Ipswich (12 hours old)

A senior detective has warned residents to be vigilant after burglaries in Suffolk increased by 40% in December.

Singer KT Tunstall to headline Jimmy’s Farm festival coming to Suffolk in July (12 hours old)

Music lovers heading to Jimmy’s Festival at his farm in Wherstead this summer are in for a treat – festival favourite KT Tunstall has been booked as a headliner.

Birch Farm Nursery launches appeal against ‘inadequate’ Ofsted report (13 hours old)

A nursery in Hintlesham is appealing its latest Ofsted report after it’ received an ‘inadequate’ rating.

Ipswich benefit cheat admits falsely claiming more than £7,000 (13 hours old)

A 31-year-old Ipswich woman has been fined after admitting she falsely claimed more than £7,000 in benefits.

Child abduction scare in Hawthorn Drive prompts fresh advice at Oaks Community Primary School (15 hours old)

An apparent child abduction attempt in Ipswich has prompted a primary school to renew its ‘stranger danger’ advice to pupils today.

Ormiston Endeavour Academy in Ipswich removed from special measures and given ‘good’ Ofsted rating (16 hours old)

The former Thurleston High School has been removed from special measures and achieved its highest Ofsted rating for more than 15 years.

EADT News

Lorry crashes into electricity pole in Trimley St Mary (7 hours old)

Paramedics, police and three fire engines are currently at the scene of a crash in Trimley St Mary.

Two hurt in crash outside White Horse Inn at Stoke Ash – A140 re-opens (9 hours old)

Paramedics treated one person who became trapped inside their car after two cars crashed on the A140 in Stoke Ash this evening.

Villagers at scene of long-running armed police stand-off in Crowfield say ‘it’s been nice and quiet’ (10 hours old)

With the sun setting on the sleepy village of Crowfield this afternoon, you would hardly have known it was 18 hours in to an armed police stand-off.

Ipswich to receive share of £60m school social mobility fund, Justine Greening to announce (11 hours old)

Ipswich will receive a share of a £60m school improvement scheme after being identified as a social mobility ‘coldspot’, the government is set to announce today.

Days Gone By - Remembering The Old Bell and The Blooming Fuchsia pubs in Ipswich (11 hours old)

Dozens of public houses have closed in Ipswich in recent years. The pace of losses has now slowed and many community pubs are run by volunteers. 
This week David Kindred looks back at the two in particular - The Old Bell, which stood at the junction of Stoke Street, Vernon Street and Bell Lane, and Blooming Fuchsia in Foxhall Road.

Visit Essex showcases the county from above (11 hours old)

A series of stunning aerial photographs showing diversity in Essex have been released by the county’s tourism organisation.

Joint Army and RAF training across Colchester, Woodbridge and RAF Honington (12 hours old)

Paratroopers teamed up with RAF helicopter crews in a training mission which taught a new generation of pilots and enhanced their abilities working together.

Warning after 40% rise in Suffolk burglaries, with half of them in south Ipswich (12 hours old)

A senior detective has warned residents to be vigilant after burglaries in Suffolk increased by 40% in December.

Singer KT Tunstall to headline Jimmy’s Farm festival coming to Suffolk in July (12 hours old)

Music lovers heading to Jimmy’s Festival at his farm in Wherstead this summer are in for a treat – festival favourite KT Tunstall has been booked as a headliner.

Birch Farm Nursery launches appeal against ‘inadequate’ Ofsted report (13 hours old)

A nursery in Hintlesham is appealing its latest Ofsted report after it’ received an ‘inadequate’ rating.

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