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BBC News - Suffolk

Lowestoft mum says £45m for special educational needs 'too late' (2 hours old)

Kate Hall's daughter Addie is still waiting for a place for in the right school, months after being assessed.

Upper Orwell Crossing: Ipswich bridge plan scrapped after £8m spent (6 hours old)

Suffolk County Council says it is unable to secure funding for the £139m project.

Felixstowe Port boosts capacity ready for Brexit (2 hours old)

Hutchison Ports to invest in new infrastructure to increase roll-on, roll-off freight capacity.

Mick Lambert's FA Cup winner's medal stolen in burglary (10 hours old)

Mick Lambert was a member of Ipswich Town's 1978 cup-winning side under Bobby Robson.

Ex-soldier drowned in ditch after rave on Somerleyton Estate (7 hours old)

His mother says she hopes other party-goers can learn from her son's death.

Vets remove fence post from spooked Suffolk pony (2 days old [19/01/19])

Vets say the 2ft 3in post ended up alongside the horse's ribcage, narrowly missing vital organs.

Peregrine tower nesting site in Ipswich boarded up (1 day old)

The birds have successfully bred at the site on Ipswich waterfront since it was first established in 2009.

Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Ipswich Town: Tony Mowbray's men heap further pressure on Tractor Boys (2 days old [19/01/19])

Blackburn Rovers claim all three points against struggling Ipswich thanks to second-half goals from Danny Graham and Joe Nuttall.

Paul Lambert: Ipswich Town boss pays for fans to travel to Blackburn game (2 days old [19/01/19])

Ipswich boss Paul Lambert foots the travel costs for 50 fans making their way by coach to the away defeat against Blackburn.

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Evening Star News

Man denies involvement in killing of Tavis (3 hours old)

A man accused of murdering Tavis Spencer-Aitkens has denied having anything to do with the Ipswich teenager’s stabbing.

More than 330 jobs are saved in last-minute reprieve (4 hours old)

A firm that faced the prospect of complete collapse has been spared in the final hour by a buyout that secures the future of its office in Sudbury.

Restaurant review, Tuddenham Mill: “The set lunch menu here is one of Suffolk’s best kept secrets” (4 hours old)

Our food and drink editor said this place took the humble soup and a retro dessert to the next level.

WATCH: Shocking film shows journalist’s psychotic episode which he claims was caused by vaccine (4 hours old)

An award winning journalist from Suffolk is calling for an investigation into a vaccine which he claims caused his “meltdown” into insanity.

Two men given lengthy prison sentences for string of burglaries (5 hours old)

Two men from Mildenhall have been given lengthy jail sentences after they were sentenced for a string of burglaries ain the Suffolk town.

Upper Orwell Crossing plan to be dropped – after millions already spent on Ipswich project (5 hours old)

Proposals to build three new bridges across the River Orwell in Ipswich to help ease congestion in the town centre are set to be formally abandoned next week – leaving more than £8m spent with nothing to show for it.

Charity campaign raises an amazing £100,000 (5 hours old)

A charity campaign, set up in memory of Suffolk building firm boss Nick Fayers, has raised an amazing six-figure sum for charity in only a year.

Suffolk unveils £45m plan to create hundreds of special educational needs places (6 hours old)

Plans have been unveiled to pump up to £45.1million into creating hundreds of special educational needs places in Suffolk, in a bid to meet soaring demand.

Should older people be kicked off the road? And what is the law regarding seatbelts? (6 hours old)

In light of the recent accident involving HRH Prince Philip, our columnist finds out exactly what the laws are relating to older people driving and says we shouldn’t write them off.

Namco Funscape to come down as Morrisons develops Ipswich site (7 hours old)

The former Namco Funscape building off Sproughton Road is set to be demolished as part of a major redevelopment of the Morrisons superstore site.

EADT News

Man denies involvement in killing of Tavis (3 hours old)

A man accused of murdering Tavis Spencer-Aitkens has denied having anything to do with the Ipswich teenager’s stabbing.

Base jumper died after his parachute opened too late, inquest hears (4 hours old)

A father-of-two from Gislingham died after his parachute opened too late while he was base jumping in Switzerland, an inquest has heard.

More than 330 jobs are saved in last-minute reprieve (4 hours old)

A firm that faced the prospect of complete collapse has been spared in the final hour by a buyout that secures the future of its office in Sudbury.

Seven fire crews called to tackle blaze caused by wood burner (4 hours old)

Fire crews from across north Suffolk and south Norfolk have been called to tackle a major fire in Wortham, near Diss.

Mother-of-four who died in crash in Thorndon was not wearing a seat belt, inquest hears (4 hours old)

A mother-of-four who died in a crash in Thorndon was not wearing a seat belt, an inquest has heard.

Restaurant review, Tuddenham Mill: “The set lunch menu here is one of Suffolk’s best kept secrets” (4 hours old)

Our food and drink editor said this place took the humble soup and a retro dessert to the next level.

WATCH: Shocking film shows journalist’s psychotic episode which he claims was caused by vaccine (4 hours old)

An award winning journalist from Suffolk is calling for an investigation into a vaccine which he claims caused his “meltdown” into insanity.

Two men given lengthy prison sentences for string of burglaries (5 hours old)

Two men from Mildenhall have been given lengthy jail sentences after they were sentenced for a string of burglaries ain the Suffolk town.

Upper Orwell Crossing plan to be dropped – after millions already spent on Ipswich project (5 hours old)

Proposals to build three new bridges across the River Orwell in Ipswich to help ease congestion in the town centre are set to be formally abandoned next week – leaving more than £8m spent with nothing to show for it.

Suffolk unveils £45m plan to create hundreds of special educational needs places (6 hours old)

Plans have been unveiled to pump up to £45.1million into creating hundreds of special educational needs places in Suffolk, in a bid to meet soaring demand.

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