An arrest has been made after a man was attacked while out running in Ipswich on Saturday.Copyright: Google
The 19-year-old victim was in a wooded area off Kelvedon Avenue, near Foxhall Stadium, at about 21:15 when a man approached him, assaulted him and he ended up with injuries to his stomach, hand and elbow.
A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm and he is being questioned at Suffolk Police HQ.
They're "still keen" to hear from witnesses.
The locomotive broke down on its journey between London and Norwich.
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A bank has replaced a sign on which it had misspelled a town's name.
As reported, the new sign outside Barclays Bank in Framlingham said "Welcome to Barclays Framlington".
The sign now correctly says Framlingham and Barclays Bank apologised for the error.
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A mechanical failure on the Oliver Cromwell steam engine has meant it will not be powering the journey back to Liverpool Street this evening.
The train eased in to Norwich railway station having had to travel at about 20mph for the last six or seven miles of its journey from London Liverpool Street.
It took close to four hours to get to Norwich, having left the capital at 10:20.
The Oliver Cromwell has been de-coupled from the carriages which will have to be pulled back to London by a diesel engine, leaving Norwich at 19:05.
The Oliver Cromwell engine has arrived at Norwich railway station - about 50 minutes late.
It's travelled from Liverpool Street and here's footage of it passing through Suffolk, between Stowmarket and Diss:
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The steam-powered 70013 Oliver Cromwell, built in 1951, is making its way through the region today as a last hurrah before it is withdrawn.
It's made its stop at Colchester railway station, where this photo was taken. It's on its way through Suffolk, where it's not stopping.
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A steam-powered locomotive which spent most of its working life as the London to Norwich Express is having one final hurrah on the line today before it goes out of service.
The 70013 Oliver Cromwell, built in 1951, is due to be withdrawn in March after its boiler certificate expires.
It is making the return trip from London Liverpool Street to Norwich, stopping at Colchester at 11:44.
It's already on its way up the coast, having set off from Liverpool Street at 10:20.
After a five-hour stop, it'll then leave Norwich at 19:05 and arrive back at Liverpool Street at 22:24.
A man has died after being hit by a train near Bury St Edmunds.
The 32-year-old died after he was struck at about 21:30 on Wednesday.
This man's death is currently being treated as unexplained, a British Transport Police spokesman said.
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