Andrew Papworth

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.

Police stopping at a service station caught two motorists making illegal right turns in the space of two minutes - and then discovered they were breaking the law in other ways too.

Everyone, it is said, needs a leader - even those dressed in comedy hats and over-sized boots.

A diversion will be put in place when part of a village road is closed for a chunk of a day for emergency repairs.

The last of a generation of a Suffolk fisherman who became a “long-standing stalwart” of his coastal hometown has died.

Police will be checking drivers’ speed in a bid to clamp down on the number of motorists breaking the limit.

A petrol station and supermarket on a key route through the region is to be closed for a month for refurbishment.

Up to £20,000 is to be made available to help lower Suffolk children’s sugar intake.

People should pay more tax so funding to cope with growing levels of mental ill health can be doubled, an MP who also works as a doctor has said.

For many people, one job would be quite enough.

A counsellor who has provided one-to-one support to patients with mental ill health for 27 years has spoken of her anger at a decision to cut the service.

A fire has broken out in a block of flats opposite a KFC.

A road is to be closed for the majority of a day so that emergency flooding repairs can be carried out at short notice.

Campaigners have vowed to continue to fight for their rights after a meeting was held to try and resolve an ongoing dispute over who controls an iconic harbour.

As part of our series with the East of England Co-Op on community heroes in Suffolk, Andrew Papworth looks at how SARAH BARRETT uses her battle against post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to encourage others to “fight the stigma” of mental ill health.

A “middle ground” has been proposed in a long-running dispute over who controls an iconic harbour after a strong public backlash against plans to resolve the issue.

Aggressive “keyboard warriors” are burdening police with additional work as officers are forced to investigate spiteful comments being spread on social media.

A new tax is having a “devastating” effect on vulnerable people who are being pursued because they are “easy targets”, a Suffolk MP has said.

Motorists driving by the scene of a vehicle with a blown out tyre on a busy road have been urged to take care.

The controversial closure of magistrates courts in Suffolk has not impacted people’s access to justice, a minister has claimed.

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