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Sizewell C nuclear plant: Truss and Macron agree cooperation (10 hours old)

The UK prime minister and French president say a deal on the nuclear plant will be finalised soon.

Fatal crash caused by inadequate road signs, coroner says (19 hours old)

A man who died in a crash was not aware he should have been driving at a lower speed, a report says.

Fierce Panda label boss: 'I know men have problems talking' (1 day old)

Label boss Simon Williams, who helped propel Coldplay and Keane to fame, reveals his own struggles.

'Fear' after cooking oil thieves target Elmswell pub (1 day old)

Jimmy Uddin has CCTV footage of a criminal gang breaking into his Suffolk restaurant to steal oil.

Bird flu outbreak confirmed on farm on Suffolk-Essex border (1 day old)

The Food Standards Agency says it poses "a very low food safety risk for UK consumers".

East Suffolk Council votes through cycling and walking strategy (1 day old)

A strategy to improve cycling, walking and wheelchair routes has been voted for by a council.

Lost Hancock's Half Hour episode found by Lowestoft teacher (1 day old)

Richard Harrison says the rediscovered BBC radio recording is the only one to feature Peter Sellers.

Record avian flu outbreak sees 48m birds culled in UK and EU (3 days old [03/10/22])

The largest outbreak of avian influenza on record saw 48m birds culled in the UK and EU in the past year.

Rail strike: My 30-minute journey to work took two hours (1 day old)

Commuters see disruption as 9,000 drivers at 13 rail companies walk out on Wednesday.

Port of Felixstowe: What do strikes at UK's biggest container port mean? (1 day old)

Workers at Felixstowe, the UK's busiest container port, have finished their second round of strikes.

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Ipswich MP Tom Hunt: Linking arms ‘less divisive’ than taking the knee (666 days old [09/12/20])

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has said he hopes football players will stand arm in arm to show their opposition to racism, instead of taking the knee - saying it is “less divisive”.

Council gives away £2,500 Christmas lights switch-on budget to foodbank (666 days old [09/12/20])

A council has given away the £2,500 it would have spent on its Christmas lights switch-on to a foodbank – to help those most in need this winter.

Man’s death ‘would not have occurred’ had he been admitted as mental health patient, coroner says (666 days old [09/12/20])

The death of a man from Bury St Edmunds who took his own life “would not have occurred” had he been admitted as an informal mental health patient at a Suffolk hospital, a coroner has said.

Woman admits defrauding pre-school out of thousands of pounds (666 days old [09/12/20])

A woman has admitted defrauding a Suffolk pre-school out of thousands of pounds while working as chair of trustees.

Junkyard Market organiser says Facebook video was not a ‘true reflection’ of event (666 days old [09/12/20])

The organiser of Ipswich’s Junkyard Market says a video shared on social media was not a “true reflection” of the event – after an apparent lack of social distancing was criticised.

£900k housing block improvements to help ‘rebuild community’ (666 days old [09/12/20])

Plans to regenerate parts of Sudbury are due to take a major step forward this month, as the £900K restoration of four council housing blocks gets underway.

Ipswich residents evacuated after ‘possible flat fire’ (667 days old [08/12/20])

Residents were evacuated from their flats in central Ipswich after “a smell of burning” was reported.

See a meteor shower and a rare pairing of planets in December (667 days old [08/12/20])

What can you see in the skies during December? Astronomer Neil Norman, from Hadleigh, tells us what to look out for, including a meteor shower and a pairing of planets

See inside the UK’s first-ever service station for electric cars only (667 days old [08/12/20])

This Braintree service station is the UK’s first ever forecourt exclusively for charging electric cars - offering a tantalising glimpse into how our green future might look.

Don’t speculate on future Covid tiers, says Suffolk MP after report (667 days old [08/12/20])

A Suffolk MP has warned against speculating over coronavirus tiers after a scientific report showed Covid cases are rising in the county.

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