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Sheffield bomber crash: Flypast on 75th anniversary

The Remember The Ten flypast in Sheffield was organised after a BBC presenter's chance meeting in a park. Source: BBC Suffolk

Wigan Athletic v Ipswich Town

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

Man walks from Anglesey to Cardiff on stilts

David Griffiths is raising money after his sister-in-law was diagnosed with lung cancer. Source: BBC Suffolk

Paul Lambert: Ipswich Town boss handed two-match touchline ban after Norwich sending-off

Ipswich manager Paul Lambert is handed a two-match touchline ban following angry scenes in the defeat to his former club Norwich. Source: BBC Suffolk

Factory expansion approved

Environmental concerns were "outweighed by economic arguments", local councillors heard. Source: BBC Suffolk

Suffolk Coastal defends £15,000 'farewell party'

The event to mark the end of the council will celebrate those who made it a success, say leaders. Source: BBC Suffolk

Big Orange: Ascot Gold Cup winner retired, says trainer Michael Bell

Big Orange, winner of the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2017, has been retired, says trainer Michael Bell. Source: BBC Suffolk

Milk thefts caught on camera in Ipswich

Andrew Laws has cancelled his deliveries after thieves show a lot of bottle. Source: BBC Suffolk

Paras and Royal Anglians in Afghanistan as Nato bodyguards

Hundreds of East Anglian troops are back in the country, five years after UK forces pulled out. Source: BBC Suffolk

Suffolk fly-tipper jailed for dumping 28 tonnes of waste

The council says a "crucial" part of evidence was tracking information from the waste lorry used. Source: BBC Suffolk

Anthony Ogogo: Boxer ready to enter wrestling ring for debut

British middleweight Anthony Ogogo tells BBC Look East he "wants to perform again" as he prepares to make his wrestling debut. Source: BBC Suffolk

Lauri Love: Alleged hacker loses legal fight over seized PCs

Lauri Love fails in his bid to use legislation from 1897 to get four computers returned. Source: BBC Suffolk

Worry Tree mental health cafe in Framlingham proves a success

"It's about the volunteers and the people that have got the guts to walk through the door." Source: BBC Suffolk