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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Ipswich Town fans raise thousands in Twitter ticket campaign

Ipswich Town supporter Karl Fuller says the response to the fundraiser is "overwhelming". Source: BBC Suffolk

Coastal town pays for its own PCSO

Felixstowe Town Council will fund the £34,000-a-year role for two years. Source: BBC Suffolk

First of Abellio Greater Anglia new Swiss trains arrive

The first in a fleet of 38 Swiss-made trains for Abellio rolls into East Anglia for testing. Source: BBC Suffolk

Anthony Ogogo: Boxer 'low' after sixth eye operation

Anthony Ogogo, who has not fought for two years, says he is feeling as "low as I've felt for long time" after a sixth...

The teenagers who want to break the taboo about periods

These teenagers want to break the taboo about periods. Source: BBC Suffolk

Suffolk County Council set to cut services in bid to save £11.2m

Staff cuts and reduced spending on winter gritting and rural bus services are being considered. Source: BBC Suffolk

A12 in Suffolk closed after man dies in van crash

A man in his 50s dies after the van he was driving left the A12 in Suffolk in a single-vehicle crash. Source: BBC Suffolk

Lowestoft rape suspect extradited from Spain

Ajay Rana, 34, had left the UK when he was identified as a suspect after the attack, police say. Source: BBC Suffolk

'Shock' as late mum spotted in Strictly Come Dancing tribute

A Strictly Come Dancing tribute was the first time a woman had seen any moving footage of her mum. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich port postpones pigeon cull after outcry

The port operator planned to shoot the birds on Sunday after concerns about its grain stores. Source: BBC Suffolk

Reindeer events cancelled across England after abuse video

Companies withdraw festive business after a video highlights abuse of the animals. Source: BBC Suffolk

Suffolk pothole payouts double in 2018

Total payouts for pothole damage to cars more than double, with road repairs "too little, too late". Source: BBC Suffolk

Kelsale protected from 'unwanted development'

A historic village gains Conservation Area status to protect its traditional character. Source: BBC Suffolk

Lowestoft police van theft: Man charged

The van was taken from a police station on Saturday evening and found abandoned in another town. Source: BBC Suffolk

Easton and Otley College second inadequate Ofsted rating

An agricultural college is criticised for "low expectations" of students, says Ofsted. Source: BBC Suffolk

Police van stolen outside Lowestoft police station

The marked police van was taken by a man seen driving it erratically by the public. Source: BBC Suffolk