The latest stories from the Suffolk section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 3 hours 31 min ago
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Ipswich Town and Norwich City.
Repairs are due to get under way to a beach seawall that was damaged during last year's storm surge.
Rotherham sign Ipswich's Anthony Wordsworth on loan while Richie Smallwood's loan from Middlesbrough is made permanent.
Police warn pubs they could be shut down if they ignore advice to close their doors and trouble flares following a derby football match.
Striker Michael Chopra says he wants to renounce his British citizenship after being drafted into the Indian Super League.
Sir Bobby Robson, John Wark's moustache and Jamie Cureton's green mop. The East Anglian derby makes a welcome return.
A fraudster who sold pirated One Direction, Justin Bieber and JLS merchandise has been jailed for a year.
A Church of England canon from Suffolk is charged with fraud after allegedly dishonestly gaining £13,000 from a church.
Suffolk's public bodies identify seven possible sites for the creation of three new Gypsy and traveller sites.
The Labour Party sent one of its shadow ministers to Lowestoft to highlight its claims of low pay in coastal towns.
A £100,000 repair bill is revealed for a Suffolk church amid concerns over an anti-theft unit losing funds.
Bury St Edmund's Chris Walker-Hebborn is among the medals on day two of the European Championships in Berlin.
Carlisle United sign Ipswich Town striker Jack Marriott on a one-month emergency loan deal, subject to clearance.
Suffolk Police are proposing to recruit 20 extra special constables who own horses to go on patrol in rural areas.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Birmingham City and Ipswich Town.
Wales and former West Ham midfielder Jack Collison is training with Ipswich Town, says boss Mick McCarthy.
The Suffolk singer-songwriter's latest album X clocks up eight weeks at number one, becoming the joint longest chart-topper by a male solo artist.
Sickness caused by stress rises by 70% among East of England public sector workers over five years, the BBC finds.
A man is charged in connection with an attack on a woman who suffered injuries to her face and neck when a "corrosive" liquid was thrown at her.
A second man is arrested after a woman suffered injuries to her face and neck when a "corrosive" liquid was thrown at her.