April 21 2014 Latest news:
Dog owners had as much fun as their four-legged friends at an event dedicated entirely to canines.
They have ravaged the region’s fields for centuries.
A Suffolk council has defended a 41% year-on-year rise to its officers’ expenses bill as a consequence of wider cost-cutting measures.
Part of Aldeburgh beach was cordoned off at lunchtime today after a fishermen arrived home with an unusual catch.
People are today being invited to take part in a colourful fundraising run through Christchurch Park in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.
A coastal town is to feature on national television tonight.
Waves washing onto beaches in Suffolk and Essex have all passed European water quality standards – making them safe for visitors and residents to take a dip in.
An elderly couple and one other man were forced to flee their homes yesterday afternoon after what began as a thatch fire engulfed two properties.
For centuries it served as a beacon of security, offering safe passage for thousands of seafarers.
Evacuees have described waking to “apocalyptic” scenes as flames engulfed a derelict garrison building in Colchester, forcing them from their homes.