November 26 2014 Latest news:
The region’s main rail operator is to spend an extra £10 million on trying to improve the reliability of services in East Anglia.
Beekeepers across Suffolk have been left buzzing by the bumper crops of honey they have harvested this year – with the east coming out on top of the country’s productivity tables.
Toothbrushes, warm socks, sweet treats, notebooks and colouring pencils - just some of the gifts packed into colourfully wrapped boxes by staff at Archant Suffolk this Christmas as we support the Samaritans Purse Shoebox Appeal.
The organisers of a popular annual food festival in east Suffolk have announced a profit for the first time in the event’s history – and used the surplus to support three local causes.
Colchester General Hospital has returned to normal service today following the major incident declared nearly two weeks ago.
“Ambitious” plans to expand a public service village in Bury St Edmunds will move a step closer if councillors approve £100,000 towards the project.
Homeowners who say the spectre of Sizewell C has left their properties unsellable are drafting a letter to the Government calling for “relief measures” to the problems they claim to face.
A well-known Suffolk drink company is set to invest £6million into new facilities which will help to boost its output.
Park and ride in Colchester is a great opportunity for the town insists a senior councillor – despite it costing the borough council £300k in lost income in its first year.
Ransomes Jacobsen, the Ipswich-based manufacturer of professional turf care machinery, has supplied new equipment to two of Norfolk’s leading golf courses.
The boss of travel group Thomas Cook announced her surprise depature today after two years in which she has overhauled the once-troubled company.
Barn owl conservationists are celebrating a bumper year for the species – and have been astonished by one bird’s “quite remarkable” long-distance “flight of fancy” out of Suffolk.
Diane Cooper, June 7, 1959 to Aug 26, 2014