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Here’s our award-winning Suffolk Gazette reporting team
Crime Editor: Rob Banks
Crime Correspondent: Hugh Dunnett
Gardening Writer: Anita Bush (RIP) – see her In My Lady Garden column
Defence Editor: Doug Trench
Angling Correspondent: Courtney Pike
Religious Affairs Reporter: Rev Evan Elpus
Railway Correspondent: Casey Jones
Norfolk Reporter: Ian Bred
Property Correspondent: Ruth Tyler
Farming Correspondent (intern): Ivor Traktor
Political Correspondent: Polly Ticks
Royal Editor: Jane Seymour
Consumer Correspondent: Colin Allcabs
Entertainment Editor: Arthur Pint
Economics Editor (on secondment from the Peking Times): Foo Tse
Security Correspondent: Ben Twarters
Cycling Correspondent: Bernie Legg
Cricket Correspondent: Jock Strapp
Aldeburgh Reporter: Peter Grimes