Michael Steward

A drunken man who brandished a carving knife following a Halloween house party has been handed 100 hours of unpaid work.

The man whose twin boys and ex-wife were murdered at a farmhouse in Essex in 1985 has opened up about how he managed to rebuild his life following the tragedy.

Drugs with a street value of more than £40,000 were seized and nine arrests were made following a week of police raids targeting dealers in south Suffolk.

A drunk-driver who was more than twice the legal alcohol limit ended up stuck in a farmer's field after his car left the road.

A man stole more than £500 worth of perfumes and toiletries during a shoplifting spree in Ipswich while he was homeless and addicted to drugs and alcohol, a court heard.

A 22-year-old man who breached a suspended sentence by failing to turn up for 12 unpaid work appointments has been jailed for eight months.

Two brothers who ran a "professional enterprise" selling illegal firearms to criminals have been jailed for a combined total of 24 years.

A man who spied on a woman in a toilet cubicle at an Ipswich shopping centre will be sentenced next month.

A number of lines of inquiry continue to be "actively pursued" in the two-decade hunt for a Suffolk teenager's killer, police have revealed.

A drug driver who was involved in a crash with a motorcyclist near Bury St Edmunds has been banned from getting behind the wheel for 12 months.

Police are appealing for information after eight dead foxes were found dumped at the roadside in north Suffolk at the weekend.

Convicted murderer Jeremy Bamber has slammed a new television series dramatising the infamous events at White House Farm - and claims the programme will interfere with a judicial review.

A coastguard helicopter was dispatched to Suffolk to assist with the medical evacuation of a person from a ferry.

Diversion details for a £150,000 six-week road improvement project in Bury St Edmunds town centre have been revealed.

A giant image of male genitalia constructed of tyres - which "amused" drivers on the A12 today - has been removed.

Valuables were stolen from a home following a burglary in Bury St Edmunds last week.

Train passengers are facing disruption during the evening commute following a points failure between London Liverpool Street and Stratford.

Founded in 1981, Eastgate Amateur Boxing Club has enjoyed much success both in and out of the ring over the years.

Drugs with an estimated street value of £2million have been removed from the streets of Suffolk in the last 12 months by a specialist police unit.

Fraudsters are targeting elderly and vulnerable people in Suffolk by pretending to be police officers or bank officials, it has been warned.

The historic move to allow TV cameras to film in crown courts in England and Wales for the first time has been welcomed by a former top barrister and Suffolk's police and crime commissioner.

A man has denied attempting to rob a taxi driver in Essex near Christmas and will face a crown court trial.

A man convicted of sexual assault breached his suspended sentence by failing to attend Probation Service appointments, a court heard.

A burglar who was sentenced on Monday was back before a judge today to face a further charge which prosecutors failed to include at his hearing.

A man caught trying to sexually communicate with a decoy child over the internet in a police sting will be sentenced at the crown court.

A Suffolk man facing two charges of rape will appear at crown court next month.

A new television drama has put one of Britain's most infamous criminal cases back into the spotlight after 35 years. The man convicted of killing five members of his own family has always maintained his innocence - but what are some of the key evidential issues in the White House Farm case?

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt is demanding answers after one of the killers of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens appeared to post on social media from jail.

A charity which claimed business rates relief left a Suffolk council nearly £120,000 out of pocket when it ceased trading and was dissolved, a report has revealed.

A man who threatened to "set the dogs" on police when they attended a caravan site in Suffolk has been fined in court.

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