Andrew Papworth

A man has been questioned by police following the vandalism of a historic Suffolk town hall.

A long-running row over who runs a historic harbour has been resolved after a deal was struck to share control amongst members of a new management group.

They may seem a little young to be in a courtroom – but these children could show they are the barristers and judges of the future when they take part in a mock trial.

Deprived areas of East Anglia are “bottom of the table” for investment from a £1.6billion so-called “Brexit bonus” from the government, it has been warned.

A Suffolk couple accused of being in charge of a dangerously out of control animal after a landowner was allegedly bitten on the thigh by their bulldog have had the case against them dropped.

Anger management and courses in dealing with anxiety will be run specifically for people affected by crime following a huge rise in offending.

She is used to high pressure roles in television, radio and fundraising for Comic Relief.

People living in a town centre street have been told to move their cars so urgent repairs can be carried out to fix a number of potholes.

A car was seized by police after it was believed to be involved in hare coursing in a Suffolk field.

It is often considered as an illness that affects people in older age rather than their youth.

Unregulated workers carrying out cosmetic procedures often do not have the skills or knowledge to stop operations going wrong - with potentially dire consequences, a member of parliament has warned.

And now those looking for love this Valentine’s Day have been warned there are tricksters out there more interested in your wallet than your heart.

A railway station could be revamped with new shelters and improved car parking.

A popular theme park is to launch its annual appeal for summer workers with a recruitment open day.

Bus stops are not often known for being works of art - but this striking new roof on one village’s historic shelter is certainly turning heads.

Take shorter showers, don’t wash cars and avoid flushing the toilet regularly - that is a water company’s advice to residents in a bid to help prevent summer water shortages.

Workers struggling with stress and mental ill health are often too embarrassed to raise it with their boss for fear their may be mocked, an MP has warned.

Thousands of pounds could be waiting for people living in Suffolk as dozens of estates remain unclaimed.

A memorial service is to be held in honour of a “long-standing stalwart” of a coastal town who was the last of a generation of Suffolk fishermen.

Fraudsters are calling innocent members of the public to offer them adverts in a supposed free magazine, it has been warned.

It has brought some of the world’s most talented entertainers to Suffolk’s shores to raise a laugh and a smile.

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