October 26 2014 Latest news:
A steam engine built in the 1910s has broken down on the A11 at Thetford, partially blocking the road.
Staff at Africa Alive, in Kessingland, are celebrating the arrival of a baby king colobus monkey.
A multi-million pound new business area in the heart of the Waterfront could transform Ipswich’s business prospects over the next decade.
A humpback whale has been reported off the Suffolk coast – almost a year after the county’s first ever recorded sighting caused a stir among wildlife enthusiasts.
A three-year-old severely disabled boy has met his superstar idol Ed Sheeran.
The latest graduate of University Campus Suffolk has said she was “completely stunned” when told she would be honoured by the institution six months ago.
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.
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A 24-5 first quarter was enough for Ipswich to seal the deal and get into cruise control in the first game of the English Basketball League Division Two season.
More than 2,200 people were vaccinated against flu in just four hours at two Suffolk surgeries.
Hundreds of fans queued through a busy Tesco store to meet X Factor presenter Dermot O’Leary.