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The port operator planned to shoot the birds on Sunday after concerns about its grain stores. Source: BBC Suffolk
Companies withdraw festive business after a video highlights abuse of the animals. Source: BBC Suffolk
Total payouts for pothole damage to cars more than double, with road repairs "too little, too late". Source: BBC Suffolk
A historic village gains Conservation Area status to protect its traditional character. Source: BBC Suffolk
The van was taken from a police station on Saturday evening and found abandoned in another town. Source: BBC Suffolk
An agricultural college is criticised for "low expectations" of students, says Ofsted. Source: BBC Suffolk
The marked police van was taken by a man seen driving it erratically by the public. Source: BBC Suffolk
A pair of his old boxers, a guitar and toys fetch £53,000 in a charity auction of the star's items. Source: BBC Suffolk
The "counter intuitive" project aims to safeguard a RSPB nature reserve from storm surges. Source: BBC Suffolk
The flag's designer says: "You can never mistake the Fens for anywhere else." Source: BBC Suffolk
The body will be formally identified in due course but Lawrence Gibbs's family have been informed. Source: BBC Suffolk
An education authority suggests pupils can walk to school via public rights of way across fields. Source: BBC Suffolk
By the end of the conflict the British Army had bought 460,000 horses and mules to help the war effort. Source: BBC Suffolk
College students paid their respects with a minute's silence and poppy petal ceremony. Source: BBC Suffolk
Climate change has made the home of the Sugar Hut ripe for growing grapes, experts claim. Source: BBC Suffolk

Reading v Ipswich Town

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

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