April 20 2014 Latest news:
An RAF search and rescue helicopter from Wattisham and a lifeboat were called to two incidents off the Essex coast.
Police are investigating reports of a rape in Ipswich during the early hours of Easter morning.
A man has been charged with assault and firearms offences following the discovery of a number of weapons at a Suffolk property.
Members of Lark Abstractors Group are taking a longer-term view on water resources after learning that irrigation restrictions are highly unlikely this growing season.
Landmark proposals to protect Colchester’s heritage will significantly boost tourism and create a lasting legacy to the town’s rich history, it was claimed last night.
A full-scale merger between Suffolk’s fire and police services could be the long-term future of emergency services in the county, according to Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore.
Wallis Shipping has completed an urgent jumbo-sized contract to fly equipment weighing the equivalent of 12 elephants from France to Japan.
The Hearing Care Centre is inviting other local businesses to enter its annual quiz night, which is being held this year on Sunday, May 18 at Greshams Sports Club in Tuddenham Road, Ipswich.
A Suffolk-based juice maker whose drinks helped propel British athletes to Olympic success has been named among the country’s best small businesses.
Enterprise agency Menta has helped two Ipswich businesses to promote their goods and services through a “pop-up shop”.
Regional law firm Ashton KCJ Solicitors is planning to open a new office for client meetings in Felixstowe.
Anglian Water has insisted its hands are tied when it comes to planning as it moved to address repeated criticism from a number of west Suffolk communities.
“We’re taking the children out of school and going travelling,” we announced to the surprise – and in some cases horror – of our friends and family.