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Update: Tributes paid as brother-in-law confirms Felixstowe man Philip Heathcote was killed in Tunisia beach massacre

It has been confirmed that Philip Heathcote, 52, of Felixstowe, is among the British fatalities of Friday’s Sousse beach shooting.

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New homes are needed in Suffolk Coastal

Planning chief assures objectors views will be heard in shake-up in Suffolk Coastal

Community leaders are to carry out a radical shake-up of how they deal with planning matters to streamline and speed-up the decision-making system.

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Retiring Felixstowe Academy head Andrew Salter with new head Anthony Williams and chairman of governors Susan Robinson.

Felixstowe Academy is making ‘significant progress’ despite Ofsted grading

Academy bosses say their school is moving in the right direction, despite being rated as “requires improvement” for the second successive Ofsted inspection.

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Philip Heathcote with wife Allison. Mr Heathcote is among those who have died as a result of the shooting

Felixstowe’s Allison Heathcote is put in induced coma after being shot five times during Tunisian attack

A Suffolk woman caught up in Friday’s massacre in Tunisia has been placed in an induced coma following surgery for five gunshot wounds, according to her eldest brother.

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A man places a wreath of flowers during a gathering at the scene of the attack in Sousse, Tunisia.

Update: Anxious time for Suffolk family of woman shot in Tunisia massacre

Anguished relatives of a Suffolk couple caught up in the horrifying massacre in Tunisia were today preparing for the worst.

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