- Updates for Thursday, 13 April 2017
- Vigilance urged over possible raves
- Teenager killed in car crash died from multiple injuries
- Wildlife trust reassures public over wolves
- Rise in trespassers on railway tracks
- Poultry restrictions relaxed
- Drugs operation leads to dozens of arrests
A134 Suffolk both ways severe roadworks, at Stanningfield Road.
A134 Suffolk - A134 Sudbury Road in Little Welnetham closed in both directions at the Stanningfield Road junction, because of repairs. Diversion in operation.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
That's it for our live coverage for the day, and in fact the week, as we're taking a break over the Easter weekend.
It does't mean the page won't be updated though, as breaking news will still appear here before we return on Tuesday morning.
Among the stories we've been highlighting:
- The jailing of a Lowestoft care worker for stealing from her clients
- A reassurance from Suffolk Wildlife Trust they do not intend to introduce wolves to any of their reserves
- Satisfied noises from the county's chickens who have been allowed out and about for the first time since December
We hope you have a great weekend - don't eat too much chocolate - and we'll see you next week.
Thanks for your company.
A man and his pet ferret have walked the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease, which killed his mother.
BBC Local Live
The families of three teenagers who died following a fatal collision at Pulham Market last week have released tributes to the young men.
Davina O'Neill, the mother of 18-year-old Dominic O'Neill, who lived in Pulham Market, describes her son as a beautiful, much loved person who will be greatly missed by many. She adds that she's been "overwhelmed by the support and love from his friends."Copyright: Family photo
The family of Kyle Warren, 17, remember him as a "very cheeky chappie, who always had a wonderful smile on his face no matter what... he was an extremely loving person, especially to all his family and friends. He was very outgoing and loved in return by all.... Kyle will be sadly missed and never forgotten."
Kyle, who lived in Harleston, had a passion for banger racing and had won several trophies.Copyright: Family photo
Billy Hines' family say the 16-year-old from Wortham made everyone smile from the day he was born.
"He was a funny, loving, caring, hard working boy and always had a cheeky smile on his face. He brought so much joy to everyone he met and touched so many hearts. He was as someone said 'one in a million'".Copyright: Family photo
The trio had been travelling in a black Ford Ka when the collision took place on the Tivetshall Road, towards Pulham Market, shortly before midnight on Wednesday, 5 April.
The Ipswich Town manager says he's "not walking away" from Portman Road and that it's "disappointing" that fans have turned their backs on him:
Police are asking the public, and landowners in particular, to be vigilant over the next few days, and to report any activity which may lead them to suspect a rave is being organised.Copyright: BBC
Supt Tonya Antonis said: "It is much easier to stop a rave before it starts, so early notification of one taking place is critical in helping us police these events."
The public is being asked to notify police of:
- Any information that an illegal rave is taking place
- Any sightings of vans or large numbers of vehicles gathering in isolated areas
- Sightings of flyers advertising raves
- Broken padlocks on access on gates, to areas where a rave may take place
Our reporter Stuart Howells has been out to Chelmondiston, where he met the aptly named Sally Chicken, just one of the poultry keepers in the county who've been enjoying the chance to let their free-range chickens explore their environment again:
BBC Radio Suffolk sport
BBC Local Live
As we reported earlier, items offered up for sale the new East Anglia's Children's Hospices shop in Cambridge, by the charity's ambassador Ed Sheeran have been selling like hot cakes (or should that be hot cross buns, as it's Easter?).
In their first hour of trading the shop in Cherry Hinton took £925.Copyright: EACH
One of the shoppers was Lauren Seager (left), who came down from Scotland to visit her relative, Penny Haggarty (right), one day early, so she could browse the singers cast-offs. She started queuing at 08:30.
Penny said: "Ed Sheeran’s been very, very nice [donating his clothes]. I thought it was absolutely amazing and I hope the shop does really well in Cherry Hinton."Copyright: EACH
The charity has just confirmed that only a small selection of Ed's tops and shoes remain.
They’ll be in the shop until Saturday and if they haven't gone by then, they'll be sold online.
We brought you the news earlier that a Lowestoft care worker has been jailed for 20 months for stealing from her clients.
Sonia Maisonave committed the crimes over a five-year period.
Suffolk Police have released this video of her:
A stately home dating back to the Tudor period is offering the public the chance to stay on a B&B basis, costing £2,600 a night.Copyright: BBC
Lord Somerleyton said when they first came up with the idea, it was "curiosity to see who might look us up and how it might work".
Lady Somerleyton described welcoming their first guests, who've already sampled the delights of the property, as "really fantastic".
If you're interested in the history of the Hall, there's been a residence on the site since the beginning of the Norman conquest of Britain, with a manor house there as early as 1240 AD.Copyright: Somerleyton Hall
BBC Radio Suffolk sportCopyright: Stephen Waller
It's the first of three meetings in five days for the Foxhall outfit, who beat tonight's hosts 52-41 at home on the opening night of the season.
"They'll definitely be good around their home track. It's always a tough place to go but we've had good results in the past," said Witches team manager Ritchie Hawkins.
"With our top three the way they are at the moment we're always going to get a certain number of points there. We just need to back them up and to be fair if we come away with a point it's not a bad result."
Motorists are being asked to help police find a missing man.
Nigel Kedar has been missing from his Clacton home for more than a week. The 52-year-old visited Norwich on 2 April and was last seen two days later, walking along the A140 at Pulham Market in the direction of the A14.Copyright: Norfolk police
Det Ch Insp Marie James says it's likely that Mr Kedar was walking home, as the route - the A12, A14, A140 into Norwich - is one he's familiar with.
Police are asking for any drivers with dash cams, who may have travelled on the road on that day, to come forward with their footage.Quote Message: Our concerns are increasing every day... it's very much out-of-character for Nigel not to be in contact with family and friends, he has a young son who he'd regularly be in contact with." from Det Ch Insp Marie James Norfolk police
The employers of Sonia Maisonave from Lowestoft, who has been jailed for stealing from people in her care, have described her actions as "despicable".Copyright: Suffolk Police
A spokesman for Manorcourt Homecare said: "Our priority is to provide vital care and support to people in their own homes.
"Any breach of trust goes completely against what we stand for as an organisation, and will not be tolerated.
"We therefore co-operated fully with all police investigations and dismissed the carer in question from our organisation.
"We are saddened by the despicable actions of this one individual who grossly betrayed everyone's trust."Copyright: Suffolk Police
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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy's been explaining why Andre Dozzell's played so little first team football this season.Copyright: Ipswich Town FC
On Sunday it'll be a year since the then 16-year-old burst onto the scene with a debut goal at Sheffield Wednesday.
That sparked a wave of excitement among fans, eager to see more of the England youth international, but this time around he's made just five Championship appearances to date.
"If the team had been better it might've been better for him," said McCarthy. "I don't think we were doing him any favours. It would've been great if the team had been playing really well and he could've fitted in.
"But we weren't playing that well and Dozza's going to struggle in a team like that, as would any youngster coming in."
It will turn cloudier through the afternoon but it should stay mainly dry throughout.
The best of any brightness will be across southern areas with light winds throughout.
Maximum temperature 12C (54F).
Get a full forecast where you live from BBC Weather.Copyright: BBC
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A care worker from Lowestoft has been jailed for stealing from the homes of elderly people.Copyright: Suffolk Police
Sonia Maisonave, who was employed by a care company to visit elderly people in their homes, took cash, jewellery and medals from them, as the Eastern Daily Press has reported.
Ipswich Crown Court heard that over a five-year period between 2011 and 2016, she helped herself to items including money, medals and even a wedding ring.
Maisonave, who's from Essex Road in Lowestoft, and who admitted the charges last month, was jailed at the court for a total of 20 months.