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BBC News - Suffolk

Manchester attack: Footballer Harry Wright sorry for Snapchat comment (7 hours old)

Teenage goalkeeper says comment on Snapchat was a "massive error of judgement".

Suffolk whale deaths 'unlikely to be linked' (1 day old)

Experts will carry out tests on the bodies of the whales that washed up on the Suffolk coast at the weekend.

Corrie Mckeague's brother 'proud' of Nicola Urquhart (4 days old [19/05/17])

Corrie Mckeague's brother Makeyan says he will never give up searching for the airman.

Parkrun triumph for runner who recovered from two strokes (2 days old [21/05/17])

Ben Parker ran the Kesgrave course despite having suffered two strokes caused by a hole in his heart.

Van Gerwen beats Wright to win third Premier League (5 days old [18/05/17])

World number one Michael van Gerwen beats Scotland's Peter Wright to win his third Premier League Darts title.

Leon Best: Ipswich Town striker one of seven released by Championship side (5 days old [18/05/17])

Championship side Ipswich Town release seven players, including former Newcastle United striker Leon Best.

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Evening Star News

UK terror threat level raised to critical after Manchester Arena attack which left 22 dead (2 hours old)

The terror threat level is being increased from severe to critical – indicating a further attack is imminent – after the deadly Manchester Arena bombing.

Suffolk and Essex exhibitors achieve well at Chelsea Flower Show (5 hours old)

The full list of award winners, including glory for Suffolk and North Essex, was unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show, today.

Support worker was diagnosed with PTSD and left job after knife incident at sheltered accommodation in Felixstowe (6 hours old)

A support worker at sheltered housing in Felixstowe had to move jobs and suffered from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after a drunk resident ran past her brandishing a knife, a court has heard.

Would you be offended if a doctor said you are overweight? (6 hours old)

An Ipswich woman who has lost nine stone in less than a year has inspired health professionals to rethink the way they handle conversations with patients about their weight.

First World War memorial to be unveiled in Capel St Mary on Armistice centenary (6 hours old)

Designs have been revealed for Capel St Mary’s very first war memorial, which will honour members of the village and surrounding area who lost their lives in battle.

Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris wow the crowds at fundraising car show in Ipswich (7 hours old)

Around 130 eyecatching supercars and sports cars parked up at Audi in Ipswich at the weekend as part of a fundraising car show.

Sir Roger Moore, Britain’s favourite James Bond dies – nobody did it better (7 hours old)

Sir Roger Moore, the longest serving James Bond, from 1973 to 1984, has died of cancer, aged 89, his family has announced..

Social enterprise Headway Suffolk celebrates £25k windfall from New Anglia LEP (7 hours old)

A Suffolk social enterprise is among three community schemes to scoop £25,000 from the regional development agency.

Ipswich’s new branch of The Range set to open at town’s Anglia Retail Park (8 hours old)

The new branch of discount homeware superstore The Range is to open at 9am next Friday – June 2.

Everyone will be searched at Elton John gig at Portman Road, Ipswich on June 17 (8 hours old)

Safety measures will be reviewed ahead of the Elton John concert at Portman Road football stadium in Ipswich next month.

EADT News

UK terror threat level raised to critical after Manchester Arena attack which left 22 dead (2 hours old)

The terror threat level is being increased from severe to critical – indicating a further attack is imminent – after the deadly Manchester Arena bombing.

Family of Paris terror attack victim Nick Alexander from Essex condemn ‘unfathomable’ Manchester Arena bombing (5 hours old)

The parents and sister of a Weeley man killed during the Bataclan massacre in Paris two years ago have spoken of their “unspeakable sadness” after last night’s Manchester Arena bombing.

B&M Bargains and The Range set for Bury St Edmunds, with 150 jobs boost (5 hours old)

Two new low-cost retail stores are coming to Bury St Edmunds, as a long redundant site is brought back into use.

The Top 100: The power list of Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest companies is revealed (5 hours old)

They are the powerhouses of our region – the companies which drive the local economy and employ tens of thousands of people across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Mother of Suffolk teenager Rachel Stoter killed in A47 crash pays tribute to her ‘beautiful’ daughter (5 hours old)

The devastated mother of a teenage girl killed in a crash on the A47 in Suffolk has paid tribute to her daughter, who she has described as being “beautiful inside and out”.

Suffolk and Essex exhibitors achieve well at Chelsea Flower Show (5 hours old)

The full list of award winners, including glory for Suffolk and North Essex, was unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show, today.

Support worker was diagnosed with PTSD and left job after knife incident at sheltered accommodation in Felixstowe (6 hours old)

A support worker at sheltered housing in Felixstowe had to move jobs and suffered from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after a drunk resident ran past her brandishing a knife, a court has heard.

Colchester man Flash Day, accused of hiring a hitman to kill stepfather had no motive, court hears (7 hours old)

A Colchester man accused of hiring a hitman to kill his stepfather over a inheritance row had no “financial or emotional motive” to carry it out, a court heard.

New contracts for Flagship Group subsidiary RFT (7 hours old)

The property maintenance arm of Flagship Group, RFT, is reaching for greater commercial growth after securing two new contracts.

Sir Roger Moore, Britain’s favourite James Bond dies – nobody did it better (7 hours old)

Sir Roger Moore, the longest serving James Bond, from 1973 to 1984, has died of cancer, aged 89, his family has announced..

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