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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Three cats poisoned with anti-freeze in one week

Tracey Beckett believes her pets, thought to have been poisoned with anti-freeze, were targeted. Source: BBC Suffolk

Drag queen head teacher backed by school

Andrew Livingstone is the head of a school but also performs as Miss Tish Ewe. Source: BBC Suffolk

Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Nottingham Forest and Ipswich Town. Source: BBC Suffolk

'Significant' John Donne manuscript could fetch £300k

The collection, comprising 139 poems, was found in a box in a stately home. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich's Upper Orwell Crossing: Decision delayed

The project, which includes three bridges, was originally estimated to cost just under £97m. Source: BBC Suffolk

Bogus psychiatrist lied on her first day at mental health trust

Misconduct papers show Zholia Alemi could have been stopped on her first day at a mental health trust. Source: BBC Suffolk

Greater Anglia: Passengers 'disappointed' by train carriage cuts

Greater Anglia has apologised to passengers for any "inconvenience" caused by the changes. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich Town 2-3 Bristol City: Famara Diedhiou gives Robins win at Portman Road

Bristol City twice come from behind to end their four-game losing run with victory over Ipswich Town. Source: BBC Suffolk

Fire at Burton, Son and Sanders in Ipswich 'was arson'

Police are investigating a fire that took place at a derelict building on Monday. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich McDonald's stabbing: Victim guilty of violent disorder

An 18-year-old is cleared of violent disorder and wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Source: BBC Suffolk

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust remains 'inadequate'

Inspectors say patients were repeatedly failed as a charity calls for the government to intervene. Source: BBC Suffolk

UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn defects to 'resurgent' SDP

The party's former economy spokesman Patrick O'Flynn has been an MEP since 2014. Source: BBC Suffolk

Paul Gladwell death: Police 'could face manslaughter charges'

The 38-year-old victim died in hospital two days after being arrested. Source: BBC Suffolk

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens: Ipswich murder trial jury sworn in

A 17-year-old was stabbed to death outside a row of shops in June. Source: BBC Suffolk

Melton 'Cheese wedge' homes plan rejected

In an amended proposal, the developer cut the number of affordable homes from 32 to 15. Source: BBC Suffolk

Ipswich town centre listed building hit by fire

Road closures are put in place as fire crews tackle the blaze. Source: BBC Suffolk