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An NHS worker, a full-time mother and furloughed staff are some of the dozens of special constables keeping Suffolk safe during lockdown.

Waste centre staff at Sackers found the body of a newborn baby girl in with recycling material, it has been revealed.

Police officers in Suffolk were assaulted, spat and coughed at and attacked by a dog while trying to break up street parties and barbecues at the weekend, the chief constable has revealed.

Prisoners at HMP Highpoint in Suffolk are reportedly set to begin creating scrubs and face visors for NHS staff in the fight against coronavirus.

A major Suffolk brewery has ensured its business remains strong despite the coronavirus lockdown – but has called for further support on reopening.

Special constables volunteering to police the streets in Suffolk have worked more than 1,000 hours so far this month as the coronavirus crisis continues.

Calls have been made to support local newsagents as the coronavirus crisis continues to put pressure on small businesses.

Tributes have been paid to a once Suffolk-based aviator who inspired the Red Arrows thanks to his squadron’s record-breaking stunts.

A teenage boy has been arrested following an assault in Bungay which saw a man injured with a weapon.

Heartfelt tributes have been paid to a renowned Suffolk cricket player and former headteacher who died last month.

The family of a local chef who died during a traffic accident on the A140 have paid tribute to their beloved son, brother and fiancé.

A mental health trust has said it will carry out full investigations after 12 patients died unexpectedly in two months.

A busy road in Bury St Edmunds has reopened after fire crews battled a blaze in a three-storey building.

Time could soon be up for criminal landlords after councils in Suffolk and Essex were told they would recieve a share of more than £400,000 of funding to stop them in their tracks.

A section of the A12 has reopened near a popular Suffolk holiday site after emergency services dealt with a multi-vehicle crash.

A number of people have been arrested following a Border Force operation in Blythburgh.

Multiple police cars and officers from the Border Force are currently at the scene of an incident in a Suffolk village.

A disqualified van driver caught driving with their door open on the A11 has been arrested by Suffolk police.

A person was trapped inside a lorry after two trucks collided on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds.

Train services between East Anglia and the capital are delayed or cancelled after balloons became caught in overhead wires.

Rail passengers between Suffolk and London Liverpool Street are facing delays due to an earlier broken down freight train in Essex.

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