Firefighters are currently dealing with a large blaze in Thetford Forest.
At least nine Norfolk fire appliances are on their way to deal with the fire which is burning near Kingfisher Lake.
Suffolk Police are also helping to control traffic near the scene, because the blaze has been determined as just being in the county.
Around two acres of the forest is on fire. The cause isn't yet known.
More details to follow
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A Suffolk county councillor who refused to resign despite emigrating to North Carolina in America has defended his decision as he returned to the UK for the first time.
Brian Riley, who is member for Hadleigh, provoked outrage when he announced the move.
He returned to Suffolk this week and will attend a scrutiny committee meeting tomorrow.
He said he was worth the £10,000 a year in allowances.
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There are fresh warnings today of the dangers of open water swimming after a man died at a Suffolk Reservoir last night.
The body of a man, believed to be in his 20s, was pulled from Alton water Reservoir in Tattingstone, near the Dedham Vale, after a major search by emergency services.
They were called at around 8pm last night after reports that the man was seen going under the water.
"We are asking people to stay safe following a tragic incident at Alton Water near Ipswich last night.
The best way to stay safe in or near the water is to take some sensible precautions and prevent accidents from happening."
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Plans are underway to extend Southwold Pier.
The original pier was built as a landing stage for steamships that brought tourists over from London. Almost a million people visit it every year.
The owners who bought it in 2013 say they have plans to get even more people to come.
Funds are also being raised to build a coastal path from the pier to allow people to take in the surrounding landscape
Greater Anglia have warned that a number of services will be changed or cancelled because of the hot weather.
Full details of today's changes can be found here.
Passengers travelling on trains through Stowmarket are being warned of long delays after urgent repairs to the tracks.
It's thought a rail has buckled, though it's not clear whether this is due to the heat.
Greater Anglia says there'll be disruption until midnight.
It's affecting train services between Liverpool Street and Norwich and between Ipswich and Cambridge in both directions. Ipswich to Peterborough train services will be suspended until further notice in both directions. There's a reduced service between Ipswich and Norwich and some services may be terminated short of the advertised destination.
We are have been unable to set-up a rail replacement bus service on the disrupted routes owing to no operators being available. Please allow for an extended journey time of up to 60 minutes. Abellio Greater Anglia tickets are being accepted on London Underground services between Liverpool Street and King's Cross, Great Northern train services between London King's Cross and Ely, and on East Midlands Trains services between Ely and Norwich, in both directions until further notice.