October 30 2014 Latest news:
I have the pleasure of farming in the parliamentary constituency of Clacton on sea, writes Guy Smith, vice-president of the National Farmers’ Union
While everyone wishes they could uncover a Lowry in their loft or a Picasso tucked away in the back of their pantry, one Norfolk man struck gold when he unearthed a painting worth tens of thousands of pounds after clearing out his shed.
Seven beach huts have been broken into or damaged along the seafront at Felixstowe.
A man has been found dead in the water near the Orwell Bridge six days into his trial over a string of child sex-related allegations.
Captivating stories of green children appearing in Woolpit and mysterious sightings of a solitary soldier at Landguard Fort have been made into a series of films as part of a new bid to draw tourists to Suffolk.