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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.

Residents have expressed their shock and sadness following a sudden death on a town's high street.

Police are appealing for help to trace a man wanted in connection with a theft from a van.

The days get darker but strings of sparkling lights will soon dangle above the streets of our towns and villages.

Parking fines will be the same across the whole of Suffolk from early next year, when stronger enforcement is set to take place.

Road safety officials have urged motorists to respect school crossing patrols.

It is an issue which affects women of all ages and backgrounds, but period poverty, meaning women cannot afford sanitary products, is widespread.

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Beccles and Bungay Sport

Tue, 12:26

Loddon eased into the semi-final of the Cyril Ballyn Cup with a convincing 4-0 win over Martham, which could have been much closer had the visitors been able to convert their chances.

Thetford Rovers completed the double over the Black Dogs on Saturday, with the visitors failing to score for the fifth time this season - going down 3-0.

With an impressive string of wins behind them Beccles Town welcomed Blofield United to College Meadow for a Premier Division league game - and beat them 5-1.

A trip to stormy Cornwall to take part in a weather curtailed Cornish marathon was rewarded by post race pasties and a steaming cuppa for Bungay Black Dog Running Club (BBDRC) members Karen Gedge (finishing in four hours and 53 minutes), Rachel Hirst (5:03), Robin Ashe (5:12) and Tim Hirst (6:03).

Loddon produced a delightful display of quality football on a windy afternoon by the sea as they won 7-0 at Caister Reserves in Anglian Combination Division Two.

Beccles and Bungay Events

Delia Smith is celebrating 50 years as a cookery writer in 2019. But how much do you know about the Queen of Cooks?

With Christmas just around the corner, get into the festive spirit with these brilliant Christmas markets and festive food fairs across Norfolk.

Westlife has announced they are heading to Norwich City's Carrow Road in 2020 to kick off their stadium tour.

New scenes and new songs will form part of a new tour, as the most easterly fishing village is set to rise again.

A Norfolk teen is feeling "absolutely over the moon" after gaining a place in the West End Kids (WEK) troupe who perform at festivals and events across the UK.

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

Ahead of the first episode of the BBC's The War of the Worlds, we remember how Great Yarmouth's council lobbied the BBFC to let children see a 1953 film the classifying body had described as "very alarming with a number of scenes that could be described as horrific".

A Norwich man has transformed his mental health anguish into remarkable art which is helping people around the world

Singer and bassist Glenn Hughes has been at the forefront of the rock scene for decades, and he's still going strong. ADAM AIKEN caught up with him ahead of his forthcoming visit to Norwich.

Stories and pictures of kindness fill a heartwarming new Norwich art exhibition

Kitchen sink drama A Taste of Honey was ground-breaking when it debuted in 1958 and was an explosive statement from new playwright Shelagh Delaney, who was just 19 at the time.

Norfolk and Suffolk Sport

Loddon eased into the semi-final of the Cyril Ballyn Cup with a convincing 4-0 win over Martham, which could have been much closer had the visitors been able to convert their chances.

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