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Tribute has been paid to a ‘vibrant’ Red Lodge woman who was found dead last Tuesday after going missing two days earlier.

Ginette Rose, 36, who was known as Netty, went missing on the evening of November 14.

Police searches were carried out in several locations last Monday and Tuesday, assisted by Sulsar and the NPAS (National Police Air Service) helicopter, along with the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service drone.

Woodbridge has been named among the happiest places to live in Great Britain according to a survey by property site Right Move.

An ancient war trumpet discovered in Bardwell is set to go under the hammer for thousands.

A five-year-old girl was taken to hospital after a crash with a car in Brandon last Thursday.

Suffolk Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash, which took place at around 5.30pm on the B1106 Bury Road.

A new mobile service, which will travel around East Anglia, has been launched to help people ‘de-stress, refocus and reset’ – with a spot of mindfulness meditation.