December 10 2013 Latest news:
Even after the waves had subsided in picturesque Southwold this morning they were still spectacular enough to draw crowds to the seafront.
The villagers of Snape have rallied round to help each other clean up after the tidal surges of Thursday night.
An experienced Suffolk fisherman has warned it would be “completely idiotic” to brave the seas today amid fears over the worst storm for 30 years.
Thousands of pounds of venture capital investment is being offered to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across the East of England thanks to a new scheme from Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF), part of the University of East Anglia’s Adapt Low Carbon Group.
The railway line between Norwich and London is now open after a lorry hit a bridge earlier today.
Schools which neighbour new free schools have nothing to fear if they’re good, the Education Secretary has said.
An impassioned television appeal from the mother of a missing Suffolk man has yielded an “encouraging” public response, police have said.
The tenth annual Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is underway.
The people of Suffolk are being urged to get behind this year’s White Ribbon campaign.
A “selfless, generous and inspiring” heroine from Ipswich has been honoured posthumously at this evening’s Stars of Suffolk award.
A daring firefighter who risked his life to save two children from drowning at sea was crowned overall Star of Suffolk at a glittering awards ceremony tonight.
When you think of Father Christmas travelling the world and delivering presents to bring festive cheer to millions, he is usually pictured riding in his sleigh pulled through the sky by his reindeer.
Engineers have won their race against the clock to reopen Ipswich’s Tower Ramparts bus station and Museum Street in time for the start of the town’s Christmas shopping season.
A six-year-old girl is proving children really can be seen and not heard - if they are given a fundraising incentive.
With winter just around the corner, Suffolk’s gritting teams are preparing for what could be a challenging few months.