October 30 2014 Latest news:
Rail users are set to face major disruption next year as part of a £170m raft of works to make the East Anglian rail link between Norwich and London safer and more reliable.
Reality TV star Joey Essex was in Ipswich this afternoon signing copies of his new calendar.
Suffolk’s oldest cinema welcomed its first ever royal visitor to mark its 100th year.
Nissan has has taken extreme sports to a new level by putting a Note mini-multi-purpose vehicle into a custom-made Zorb ball – and then pushing it down a hill.
EBL Division Two
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Ipswich took advantage of an under-strength Worcester team and moved to two wins out of two in the league at Copleston on Saturday.
The wildlife tour leader who recorded the second ever humpback sighting in Suffolk last week has said he believes the county’s coast may one day be visited by blue whales.
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.
A Suffolk auctioneer says he has no plans to hang up his gavel after celebrating his 90th birthday presiding, as usual, over a weekly plants and produce market on Monday.
A catapult, 6,000 pumpkins to pick from and hundreds of people – what could possibly go wrong?
The boss of a firm which suffered a devastating fire has said he hopes the business will be able to operate again tomorrow.