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Police believe a vehicle may have been driven into the wall surrounding the post box in Blaxhall, near Snape, leaving a broken heap of bricks.
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At just before 6pm last night a crew from Hadleigh attended a chimney alight at Crowcroft Road, Nedging Tye.
Suffolk's growing reputation as the "green coast" has received a major shot in the arm after officials approved a 140 turbine offshore wind farm.
A blue Renault Kangoo van and a white Mercedes box van were in collision on the A143 at Earsham, near Bungay, at about 2.45pm on Thursday.
Sandra Waspe, of Stowmarket, has been working with guide dogs for more than 40 years and said owners of dangerous dogs should go on courses to learn how to handle their pet.
A young child watched with curiosity at the thick chain and fur pelt as Terry Buckle was robed-in as the new Mayor of St Edmundsbury last Thursday.
Drivers have been warned to be aware of surface flooding on roads in many areas in Suffolk, particularly around parts of Bury St Edmunds.
A PRESTIGIOUS conservation title hoped to make Manningtree and Mistley tourist havens could be delayed for up to three years.
Traders pushing for changes to the business rates system to help save high street shops have been told they cannot expect to preserve traditional town centres in "aspic". South Suffolk MP Tim Yeo's comments were met with an angry response from more than 40 local entrepreneurs who gathered in Sudbury to talk to him about the "unfair rating system" ... (more)
Don Moyes, a family friend, said: "My wife and I are just in total shock. Everyone in Horham was sad enough when he moved out of the village, so you can't even begin to imagine how people have reacted to this news.
The mental health trust for Norfolk and Suffolk has launched an internal consultation into the future of acute dementia beds for elderly people in Great Yarmouth and Waveney.
Four men and a teenage boy have been arrested following a burglary at a home in Conrad Road in Lowestoft on Monday.
Communities looking for substantial investment to offset the impact of a third nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast may have to considerably scale back their aspirations, a planning chief warned last night.
According to a report from the East Anglian Daily Times, Bury St Edmunds Mayor Terry Buckle drove his car through the front of a Tesco Express on Tuesday.
March and April 2010 were eventful months for JazzLife UK-my photo-documentary project on the jazz scene in Britain.
One of "the great masterpieces of British art" has been saved for the nation in a deal that will see it go on show across the country.
Police have said that no further action will be taken against the mayor of St Edmundsbury after he accidentally crashed his car into a Tesco store in Bury St Edmunds.