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  1. River Deben oysters and mussels on the menu

    on January 18th, 2018

    Supplying our local pub and restaurant tables with freshly caught fish and shellfish, including Deben mussels and oysters.

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  2. Exporting expert Jim Fanshawe offers five tips to businesses considering doing business abroad

    on January 18th, 2018

    Whatever your views on the UK leaving the European Union, it’s pretty clear that it is going to happen at some point. But what still remains uncertain is the exact terms of this departure.

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  3. Women’s Week: Suffolk campaigner helped abolish The Sun’s ‘damaging’ Page 3 topless pictures

    on January 18th, 2018

    A Suffolk woman has told of the part she played in forcing The Sun to scrap Page 3 topless women.

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  4. Celador faces rival bid for renewal of Town 102 FM commercial radio licence in Ipswich

    on January 18th, 2018

    Broadcasting group Celador faces a rival bidder for the renewal of the Ipswich commercial radio licence which it acquired last year.

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  5. Man trapped after two vehicle crash on B1078 near Charsfield

    on January 18th, 2018

    Two vehicles have collided on the B1078 this afternoon between Clopton and Charsfield.

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  6. Dramatic pictures show damage caused by storm that battered Suffolk and north Essex this morning

    on January 18th, 2018

    Major traffic disruption and storm damage is being reported across the region today as gusts of up to 80mph were recorded in Suffolk and north Essex.

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  7. Bird flu prevention zone declared across whole of England

    on January 18th, 2018

    A bird flu prevention zone has been declared across the whole of England after the disease was found in wild birds in Warwickshire.

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  8. Whistleblower claims 20 people died where East of England ambulances were late

    on January 18th, 2018

    An MP has told parliament 20 people died in instances when ambulances arrived late to emergencies in East Anglia during a spell of intense pressure over the Christmas period.

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  9. Women’s Week: Unconscious bias behind imbalance in men and women performing in Suffolk’s music scene, campaigners say

    on January 18th, 2018

    Across Suffolk, dozens of bands, singers, solo acts, choirs and orchestras ply their trade on evenings and weekends as part of the county’s eclectic night time economy.

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  10. Weather disruption in Suffolk and Essex - More than 100 roads closed including A14, A140 and A137, schools closed, rail service disruptions and power cuts due to high winds

    on January 18th, 2018

    We will be updating this page with details of disruption brought by the high winds.

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