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Most doctors disagree with Government’s alcohol advice and say it can form part of a healthy lifestyle

Doctors are at odds with the UK’s Chief Medical Officers over the amount of alcohol it is safe to drink, a new poll of GPs has revealed.

Suffolk bucks national trends and employs more road police

Suffolk Police are bucking the national trend of decline and has employed more dedicated roads officers in the last five years, the RAC has found.

East Anglia devolution deal could be just days away with talks over geography and elected mayor ongoing

A deal to create a wider East Anglia authority with an elected mayor could be just a few days away.

PICTURES: Van bursts into flames in Wacton

A van burst into flames in Wacton yesterday evening.

Suffolk D-Day heroes are honoured

For more than 70 years they have worn their British service medals with pride, but now they can add the Legion d’Honneur for their part in liberating France in 1944.

Harleston Cadets Force gains £1,200 for EACH after 24-hour ‘bikeathon’

The commander of a south Norfolk cadets group stated his pride in its members after their 24-hour cycle marathon gained £1,200 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH).

Police hunt man thought to be in Suffolk after threats to kill made

A manhunt has been launched to find Michael Mason, who is wanted for failing to appear at court and in connection with allegations of making threats to kill.

Eating full fat foods ‘can lower chance of obesity’

Major public health bodies are colluding with the food industry and promoting policies that are having “disastrous health consequences”, a damning health charity report says.

Man hospitalised as car and van crash in Bressingham

A man in his 20s was taken to hospital after a crash in Bressingham in the early hours of Saturday morning.

TRAFFIC INFORMATION: A143 due to be temporarily closed in Wortham later this month

The A143 in Wortham is set to be closed later this month for carriageways repairs.

Fuel leak in Flordon tackled by crew

A fire crew was called to clean up fuel leaking from a vehicle in Flordon on Saturday.

Eye ready to pay tribute at “significant” and “poignant” memorial dedication

A community’s two-year effort to place a memorial in commemoration of the American airmen who served in Eye during the Second World War will come to a head on Sunday.

Colleague death inspires engineer to devise driver awareness programme

An electricity engineer who said he was “spurred on” by the death of a colleague to develop a driver awareness programme at his company has scooped a national award.

Attleborough Academy top of the class following national award

Attleborough Academy’s headteacher has described the school’s national award for pupil progress as a “fitting recognition” of the hard work by staff and students.

Fears over deadly insect invasion

A woman told of her terror yesterday after finding a deadly Asian Hornet in her home.

REVIEW: Flanders and Swann ‘hilarious’ as Bury Festival kicks off

Bury St Edmunds Festival began last night with a number of performances taking place across the town.

Fraudsters tricking public out of thousands in iTunes scam

Members of the public have been conned out of thousands of pounds by fraudsters posing as government officials.

Lawn-mowers and trailer stolen from Great Moulton home

A theft of a trailer and two lawn-mowers in Great Moulton this week has set off a police appeal.

Doctors issue ‘black henna’ temporary warning for parents, children and festival goers this summer

The British Skin Foundation is warning the public of the dangers of so-called ‘black henna’ temporary tattoos (BHTTs).

Two bouncy castles stolen in Old Newton

A pair of bouncy castles were stolen from an Old Newton home earlier this month.


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