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BBC News - Suffolk

Ferry crew find 25 stowaways in UK-bound refrigerated container (16 hours old)

Twenty-five people are found in a cooling container on a UK-bound ferry coming from the Netherlands.

Ed Sheeran's Framlingham prayer retreat plan approved (16 hours old)

The planning application for Ed Sheeran's prayer retreat is given permission by East Suffolk Council.

Man who threw rocks at cars on Norfolk-Suffolk border sentenced (1 day old)

Dozens of cars were damaged by rocks hurled at vehicles on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.

Aklakur Rahman jailed for prison attacks in Norfolk, Lincoln and Wakefield (1 day old)

Aklakur Rahman used razor blades and a piece of masonry to assault his victims.

Acid attack victim Adele Bellis 'grateful for the NHS' (4 days old [16/11/19])

Beauty therapist Adele Bellis has been undergoing treatment for five years since the attack.

BBC Children in Need: 'I'm gay and I have no gender and that's fine' (4 days old [15/11/19])

Alex came to terms with their feelings of sexuality and gender after visiting Outreach Youth.

'Noah's Ark' floating museum docks at Ipswich in first UK visit (5 days old [14/11/19])

The 70m-long (230ft) floating museum features sculptures depicting stories from the Bible.

Corrie Mckeague's brother bids to restore missing airman's sports car (6 days old [14/11/19])

Corrie Mckeague's moss-covered MG TF has sat on an RAF base since he vanished in 2016.

Lowestoft Bascule Bridge re-opens after fault fixed (5 days old [14/11/19])

Lowestoft's Bascule Bridge was closed all morning, causing traffic congestion in the town.

A14 at Bury St Edmunds closed after lorry overturns (6 days old [14/11/19])

A man is taken to hospital with serious injuries after the crash at Bury St Edmunds.

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Evening Star News

Christmas cheer for Lavenham Fair (2 hours old)

Lavenham is getting ready to host thousands of visitors to its annual Christmas Fair - but it was facing a bleak midwinter this year, with even the threat of Santa being left homeless.

Decision made on 150 Brantham homes (2 hours old)

Developers behind speculative plans to build 150 homes on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty have been criticised for failing to appear before planners.

Police release update on condition of Ipswich victim who was stabbed in the face (2 hours old)

Emergency services rushed to the scene last night when a man was attacked by two masked men.

Man stabbed in face in attack on Ipswich river path (2 hours old)

A man was taken to hospital last night after being stabbed in a robbery by two masked men in Ipswich.

Then and now: 10 years of change on Ipswich high street (Part 3) (3 hours old)

The last bruising decade has meant some ups – and a good deal of downs – for Britain’s high streets, whose existence have been threatened by online shopping and rising rates and rents.

Two more charged in connection with quarter-million cocaine seizure (3 hours old)

A second and third man have been charged in connection with a quarter-of-a-million drugs seizure at a Suffolk scrapyard.

Machine makers set to wear ‘Made in Britain’ marque ‘with pride’ (3 hours old)

A Stowmarket-based manufacturer is celebrating after its products qualified for a prestigious marque for British makers.

Country pub’s team in line for yet another prestigious national award (4 hours old)

Multi-award-winning Suffolk pub The Unruly Pig, in Bromeswell near Woodbridge, is in line for yet another top national prize.

No one won the 2019 General Election debate - so Tories stay in poll position (4 hours old)

Watching this week’s 2019 General Election debate reminded me so much of watching a Champion’s League second-leg match between two heavyweight teams where one starts 3-0 ahead after the first skirmish.

Discussions under way over future of former Toys R Us site (4 hours old)

The former Toys R Us store at Copdock Mill Interchange could be set for a new lease of life - with discussions under way over its future.

EADT News

New shop to open at one of Suffolk’s popular attractions (17 minutes old)

A new plant sales area and information centre is to open at a popular Suffolk location.

New jobs proposed with car wash development on Asda car park (35 minutes old)

New jobs could be created with the development of a car wash on part of a supermarket car park.

Work starts on £2 million project delivering ‘quality and new affordable homes’ to town (1 hour 38 minutes old)

Work has started on the construction of 16 new homes as part of a £2 million project.

Christmas cheer for Lavenham Fair (2 hours old)

Lavenham is getting ready to host thousands of visitors to its annual Christmas Fair - but it was facing a bleak midwinter this year, with even the threat of Santa being left homeless.

Decision made on 150 Brantham homes (2 hours old)

Developers behind speculative plans to build 150 homes on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty have been criticised for failing to appear before planners.

Police release update on condition of Ipswich victim who was stabbed in the face (2 hours old)

Emergency services rushed to the scene last night when a man was attacked by two masked men.

Man stabbed in face in attack on Ipswich river path (2 hours old)

A man was taken to hospital last night after being stabbed in a robbery by two masked men in Ipswich.

Then and now: 10 years of change on Ipswich high street (Part 3) (3 hours old)

The last bruising decade has meant some ups – and a good deal of downs – for Britain’s high streets, whose existence have been threatened by online shopping and rising rates and rents.

Two more charged in connection with quarter-million cocaine seizure (3 hours old)

A second and third man have been charged in connection with a quarter-of-a-million drugs seizure at a Suffolk scrapyard.

Machine makers set to wear ‘Made in Britain’ marque ‘with pride’ (3 hours old)

A Stowmarket-based manufacturer is celebrating after its products qualified for a prestigious marque for British makers.

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