An inquest is due to resume today into the death of a woman from Woodbridge who had been placed on the Liverpool Care Pathway at Ipswich Hospital.
Marion Bryce Smith, 93, survived 59 days after being denied food and water under the regime.
Mrs Bryce Smith was admitted to Ipswich hospital after suffering a fall in January 2011.
The inquest at IP City Centre is expected to last for two days.
The original inquest was adjourned in January when the coroner decided he needed a further medical briefing.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision on the A12 at Woodbridge between a teenage pedestrian and a lorry.
It happened on the northbound carriageway, on the Woodbridge by pass, between the Wyevale and Woods Lane roundabouts at around 11.30pm on Wednesday 11th September.
A white Volvo lorry was travelling along the road when it was in collision with a 19 year old male pedestrian, from the Woodbridge area, who was in the road.
He sustained serious head injuries and is in Addenbrookes Hospital where his condition is described as critical.
Some of the biggest names in folk music have been playing and camping in a large field in Suffolk.
The second FolkEast festival was held at Glemham Hall near Woodbridge with the likes of Eliza Carthy and Steeleye Span entertaining thousands of fans.
It was also a chance to see local artists like Ipswich music teacher, Robert Castellani, play his unusual but mesmerising brand of percussion guitar.
Members of 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault) have marched through Woodbridge,Read the full story ›
Soldiers from a Suffolk army barracks will parade through Woodbridge today to assert their right to the Freedom of the town.
Members of Two Three Engineer Regiment, from Rock Barracks, will be accompanied by the Band of the Royal Engineers.
They will also take part in a Beating the Retreat ceremony in the town this evening.
Troops normally based in Woodbridge and Colchester have been put through their paces on a demanding training exercise in Italy
Working together behind enemy lines to carry out an assault on a terrorist camp - it's a training exercise that has lasted two weeks.
It was put together to give both sides an opportunity to learn from each other.
An investigation has been launched after a suspected arson attack that's badly damaged a leather goods factory at Woodbridge in Suffolk. Around 30 firefighters spent most of the night tackling the blaze at the Gibbins store on the town's Debden Road.
The body of a woman has been found in water near to the boatyard in Woodbridge this morning.
Suffolk Police were contacted at around 10:50am today, by the Coastguard who were responding to reports of a body in the river.
Officers attended the scene and assisted the coastguard in removing the body from the water.
The woman is believed to be in her fifties and police are in the process of informing her next of kin.
The death is being treated as unexplained but there are not thought to be any suspicion circumstances.
Diversions are still in place on the B1083 Woodbridge Road, after a crash between a coach carrying 48 children and a skip lorry at Alderton in Suffolk.
The driver of the lorry had to be released from his vehicle and was taken to hospital with minor injures.
Suffolk Police is appealing for witnesses.
A coach carrying around 48 children has collided with a skip lorry, at Alderton near Woodbridge, Suffolk. No-one is believed to be injured.Read the full story ›