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Lowestoft murder probe after man stabbed to death

The 28-year-old was found in Lowestoft with stab wounds and later died in hospital. Source: BBC Suffolk

Enid Blyton illustrator Eileen Soper to be celebrated

Eileen Soper illustrated many of the author's books, including The Famous Five series. Source: BBC Suffolk

Elmswell church fully reopens after lead theft and repairs

Lumps of plaster were falling on to pews after the roof was stripped of lead last year. Source: BBC Suffolk

Cat stows away in Chatteris windscreen repair van

The windscreen repair man has no idea where he was when the cat jumped into the back of his vehicle. Source: BBC Suffolk

More than 200 new ambulances to be bought with government funding

The £36.5m government grant will also refurbish ambulance stations ahead of a "challenging" winter. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ava-May Littleboy death: Inflatables pass safety check

Seafront operators were inspected after death of a girl, 3, who was thrown from an inflatable. Source: BBC Suffolk

Thomas Gainsborough: Centre gets £4.5m lottery funding

The museum will be housed in a new development at the childhood home of the 18th Century artist. Source: BBC Suffolk

Pub chain Greene King plans to cut about 100 office jobs

The company says its office restructure is necessary because of "considerable cost pressures". Source: BBC Suffolk

Sudbury rape: Man admits 'brutal' bank holiday attack

An 18-year-old woman was raped in the early hours of Spring Bank Holiday Monday. Source: BBC Suffolk

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens death: Stabbed boy's funeral attracts hundreds

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, 17, died from a single stab wound to the heart, an inquest was told. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich coffee shop uses takeaway mugs to ditch plastic

A cafe is trying to cut its plastic waste by using donated mugs and cups to serve takeaway hot drinks. Source: BBC Suffolk

East of England Ambulance Trust 'requires improvement'

An inspection reveals NHS ambulance staff did not feel valued. Source: BBC Suffolk

Newmarket woman admits death by dangerous driving

Sadie Fuller also admitted seriously injuring another woman in the crash which killed two men. Source: BBC Suffolk

Greater Anglia: Major rail delays caused by trespassers

Delays to Greater Anglia services caused by trespassers have risen by nearly a third. Source: BBC Suffolk

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens stabbing: Arrested pair released

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, 17, died in hospital from a single stab wound after being attacked on 3 June. Source: BBC Suffolk

Crop fires in Hengrave and Mildenhall

A farmer loses 24 acres of crops as two major fires break out. Source: BBC Suffolk