A 13-year-old girl has gone missing from the Felixstowe area.
Police are appealing for help to find Toni Wix who was last seen in the Grange Road area of Walton at 9pm in Easter Sunday.
She is white, has shoulder-length dark-brown hair and is thought to have been wearing black leggings and a blue t-shirt.
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The Port of Felixstowe has become the first in the country to transport a million containers by rail in a year.
Bosses say the milestone highlights how they are using trains to reduce the environmental impact of transport and reduce road congestion.
This new milestone for the port reflects the dedication of our workforce and the excellent relationships we have developed with all the rail freight operators at the port.
Rail is an increasingly important differentiator for shipping lines as well as importers and exporters and we are able to offer them a greater number of rail services to more destinations, more often, than any other port.
Rail is also a key factor in reducing the environmental impact of transport and helps reduce road congestion.
Police are appealing for the owner of a black Labrador to come forward after a man was bitten in an incident near Felixstowe last week.
The man was walking another dog along a footpath between Hemley and Newbourne at approximately 11:45am on Saturday, 21 October, when the Labrador ran up to him and bit him on the leg.
The dog was not on a lead and the victim reported that he had to kick it in order for the animal to release him. The owner is said to have then grabbed the dog, but refused to give his details.
The owner is described as a man in his 60s, approximately 5ft 9ins and of average build. He was also walking a smaller, golden dog which was also of Labrador appearance.
Anyone with information about this incident, or who believes they may know the owner of the dog, is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 270 of 21 October.
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- TV presenter Phil Spencer speaks to ITV News Anglia about 'Grandmas's Little Hut'
When you think of English seaside resorts what comes to mind? Fish and chips? Sandcastles? A dip in the sea?
Well, how about beach huts? Since the Victorian times the East Anglian coastline has been known for it's colourful wooden huts - somewhere to head for a cuppa on a nippy day, or a place to store the towels and crabbing buckets!
But one very special hut, owned by Joy Reeve has now been crowned 'Beach Hut of the Year'.
Joy uses her hut to raise money for charity by providing welcome hot drinks, especially to those brave enough to dip more than a toe in the water.
TV presenter Phil Spencer, presented Joy with her award, and told ITV News Anglia 'Grandma's Little Hut' is central to the community on the beach at Felixstowe.
A 46-year-old woman who died after being found on the floor at her home in Felixstowe has been named as Diana Last.
Police were called to Leeward Court following concerns for a woman who felt 'very unwell' and had been admitted to Ipswich hospital.
Officers began an investigation and arrested a 58-year-old man from Felixstowe. He's since been released under investigation while further enquiries are carried out.
Following a post mortem examination, her cause of death is undetermined and further tests will be carried out.
Anyone with information about what happened is asked to call the Major Investigation Team by dialling Suffolk Police on 101.
Rail services have been cancelled between Felixstowe and Ipswich after a person was hit by a train.
All lines between the stations are currently blocked. A limited replacement bus service is in place.
It is not yet known what time the line will reopen, but it disruptions are expected to continue until 10am.
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