BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Urbo: Bike-share scheme misses Ipswich return date
- Harry Potter's birthplace in Lavenham still for sale
- Stephen Hawking: Ipswich brain injury centre to be named after physicist
- Tavis Spencer-Aitkens: Six to face trial for murder
- Ipswich Town v Bolton Wanderers
- Ipswich murders: Ex-leader admits town slavery 'failings'
- Ipswich intensive mental health care ward to reopen
- Ed Sheeran to play homecoming gigs in Ipswich and Leeds
- Members-only 'cannabis lounge' opens in Ipswich
- Knife haul removed from Ipswich streets
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- Carterton soldier statue shot and thrown in ditch
- Motorised shed returns to break 100mph land speed record
- Oxford United v Walsall
- Oxford hospitals NHS trust suspended midwife services
- Five things from Oxfordshire
- Oxfordshire's Big Picture
- Oxford flats explosion: Redevelopment proposals put forward
- English rainy-day phrases explained by Susie Dent
- Imprisoned suffragette letter discovered
- Oxford Labour councillor cleared over 'anti-Semitic' Facebook post
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- Buckingham Palace: Man arrested over 'Taser'
- WSL: Everton Ladies 0-0 Chelsea Women
- WSL: Arsenal Women 4-3 West Ham United Ladies
- Girl with allergy dies after Heathrow Pret baguette
- Grenfell Tower: Homeless man charged with fraud
- Natural History Museum: 'Breathing new life' into Darwin
- Walthamstow shooting: Teenager's death sparks murder probe
- Anthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world heavyweight titles
- Chas and Dave: Chas Hodges dies aged 74
- Eastleigh 1-0 Dagenham & Redbridge
Jewish parents in the Netherlands under the Nazis rescued their children by handing them to strangers.
Anna Rys died almost instantly after being hit by Mark Hale's van in April 2017 in Cheltenham.
Liam Deane, 22, who was serving time for murdering his daughter, was found dead in his cell.
A panel hears how a restrained, epileptic man "suddenly" stopped shouting from inside a police van.
The new colour scheme is being trialled by Thames Valley Police at its Abingdon police station.
Law student Nuno Cardoso suffered a "medical episode" in a police vehicle and died in hospital.
League One side Oxford United sign Reading striker Sam Smith on a season-long loan deal.
Duncan Tomlin was held in a police van for seven minutes before receiving CPR, a hearing is told.
Aid sector bosses were "self-deluded" and "collectively failed" to tackle exploitation, MPs say.
Oliver Welsby, 18, is charged with wounding with intent and will appear before magistrates later.
Leander Club produces Olympian after Olympian, but how did the Henley-on-Thames club become one of the best rowing clubs in the world?
John Trower says he did not collect his degree in 1942 due to "inefficiency on my part".
Anna Rys died almost instantly when she was knocked down by Mark Hale's van, a court hears.
An 18-year-old is being held on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was attacked.
Miss Varz blogs about her life at Oxford and encourages more black students to apply.
The blaze started in a first-floor bedroom at a terraced house in Caversfield, near Bicester.
A woman in her 50s was stabbed once in the stomach while walking her dog in Abingdon.
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John Radcliffe Hospital could get eight new emergency bays and more ambulance parking.