December 22 2014 Latest news:
The High Street in Needham Market was closed for around two hours yesterday after a car collided with a house and hit a gas main early in the afternoon.
Commuters at Ipswich train station voiced their frustrations this morning as they faced hours of delays following a signal fault in Stowmarket.
Suffolk boxing star Anthony Ogogo has had a frustrating 2014 battling injury. But he tells MARK HEATH that 2015 is going to be his year.
A seven-seat people-carrier makes the Mercedes-Benz Citan even more family friendly, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
He can usually be found singing in the pubs, clubs and holiday parks around his home in Great Yarmouth - but now fans around the world are logging onto hear Neil Francis sing.
Police in Suffolk and Norfolk have launched a crime prevention video to help motorists combat thieves this Christmas.
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after falling from a property – thought to be a clothing shop – in Ipswich’s town centre.
Farm Africa has worked with farming communities in Ethiopia for 25 years. For the past four years, the charity has worked in rural parts of the country to reduce food insecurity by empowering local women to increase their household income. Reporter LAUREN EVERITT recently travelled to the Oromiya region to find out for herself how the charity is improving the lives of thousands of families.
Ipswich’s newest gym – and the first on the Waterfront – will aim to use modern technology to boost fitness levels in the town.
The third stage of this year’s Tour de France generated £11million for the Essex and Cambridge economies.