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Greater Anglia's long-awaited hi-tech new trains have been spotted in service in Suffolk - but it appears commuters may need to wait just a little longer before seeing them on routes in and out of Ipswich.

If there's one thing you can predict in British politics these days, it's that you can't predict anything.

Impatient drivers have been warned they could face hefty fines for flouting the law by jumping red traffic lights at roadworks across Suffolk.

It is a quandary that has faced Suffolk for decades - how do you build more homes, yet make them affordable to those who need them?

They are packed with gems which tell the amazing story of Suffolk's rich history - but which is the county's top museum?

The sacrifices of our soldiers during wartime are often rightly celebrated - yet perhaps not everyone knows how animals also gave everything to serve alongside soldiers in battle.

Farmers have been urged to clear mud away from the road for fear it is causing "major safety issues" for motorists during the period of increased autumn wet weather.

Part-worn tyres sold by Suffolk dealers were found to dangerously contravene road safety laws as part of a trading standards investigation.

Suffolk's latest pantomime will bring a boost to one of its premier tourist resorts during winter, community leaders have said.

A "Night Owls" phone, text and email helpline is to expand to seven days a week to help cope with rising mental ill health in Suffolk.

A seaside café in Southwold has said it is in "foodie heaven" after landing what it believes could be a record haul of one of the world's rarest edible fungi.

Speak out with a view on anything, however minor or insignificant, and you are almost guaranteed these days to get a torrent of abuse in return.

ANDREW PAPWORTH asks: does every day really need to have a special status attached to it?

Anti-nuclear campaigners have hit back at stark warnings by the director of Suffolk's Sizewell B station that nuclear power is a "national imperative" for the future.

Its iconic white dome is one of the most famous - if controversial - landmarks on the Suffolk coast.

A "gat gun", similar to those typically used at funfairs and arcade stalls, was seized after being discovered inside a vehicle, police have said.

Andrew Papworth reveals the things that get on his nerves in gyms - but why he still couldn't live without his monthly membership.

If at first you don't succeed, try again might be an apt motto for Labour's Sonia Barker as she prepares to mount her second challenge to become Waveney's MP.

Groans could be heard from opponents to a planned nuclear power station on a Suffolk coast as they were given "pretty bleak" warnings of how it could change their lives.

For many people, taking their first sip of beer or wine is something to truly savour.

Furious protestors blasted "wrong and immoral" changes to on-call firefighter crews at a big protest in Ipswich - but Suffolk's fire service defended their plans.

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