Barely a quarter of crimes reported in Suffolk last year resulted in prosecution, police figures show.

A charity supporting women who suffer sexual violence has warned the justice system is broken - after leaked figures showed a huge decline in the rate of rape prosecutions.

Campaigners hope to have blocked plans for housing on a former bowling green by securing the site as a 'community asset'.

A spin-off of an award-winning dog care business has been put into liquidation after becoming embroiled in a legal row.

A former convicted fraudster who led a luxury car scam has been accused of breaching financial restrictions under a new alias, leaving people out of pocket.

A mum of three who was left scarred by a cosmetic skin tightening procedure hopes her experiences can help others after an MP took up the case for new regulations.

A holiday park embroiled in planning disputes has announced the unforeseen closure of its theatre - but says it will reopen bigger and better next year.

Almost 40 of the region's neighbourhoods are among the most deprived in England - with some sitting alongside areas of great wealth.

Organisers of a popular, yet controversial, Christmas attraction have announced the countdown to this year's opening - despite the renewed threat of being shut down over traffic concerns.

Investigators raided a property in Ipswich early this morning to arrest a 37-year-old Romanian man suspected of human trafficking and modern slavery offences.

A holiday park has begun evicting residents who bought caravans and lodges after it emerged some had been living there permanently in breach of regulations.

Reports of cab drivers locking women in cars, making lewd remarks and adding them as friends on social media have sparked calls for tougher regulations.

A social worker has been struck off over an expense claim fraud which subverted "considerable" funds away from safeguarding vulnerable people.

Beauty salon customers left scarred by cosmetic skin-tightening procedures have told of their painful experiences as a warning to others.

An attack victim suffering mental ill health claims to have missed out on medication due to the dread she faces booking GP appointments.

Authorities' failure to protect community assets from developers has undermined the public's confidence in planning decisions, a meeting heard.

Retirement scheme residents still say they are being left to fend for themselves - despite authorities promising to respond to recent tragedies.

A Brexit-related exodus of EU workers from Suffolk has seen restaurants close, business advisors warned today.

A developer's bid to expand a housing scheme into a site it had pledged to keep as green space has left residents incensed.

A family complained their rare holiday together was ruined by a filthy chalet with mouldy floors and blood stained mattress.

An independent inquiry could be held after two dead bodies went undiscovered at a retirement home for months, following cuts to care support funding.

Villagers' hopes to save their pub have been "revitalised" after its owner agreed to reduce the price.

Two dead bodies are claimed to have lain undiscovered in a retirement scheme for months, sparking complaints about "callous" cuts to care support.

Hundreds of customers who poured £25m into holiday park lodges will get back just a tiny slice of their investment, according to administrators.

A former pupil at a special school where abuse was said to be "institutionalised" has become the third to die during a prolonged legal fight for justice.

Fresh fears about the expansion of intensive poultry farming have been raised after further proposals were announced for huge chicken barns housing hundreds of thousands of birds.

A town council could buy part of a prestigious riverside development to ensure it remains accessible to the public following a successful campaign to overturn its change of use.

The redevelopment of a Suffolk council's former headquarters faces fresh controversy after documents emerged claiming its inflated price made the project "unviable".

A council's slow handling of a controversial housing development caused "frustration, inconvenience and trouble", an investigation found.

Former pupils who were beaten and sexually abused by teachers at a boarding school could have compensation delayed due to a missed payment from its owners.

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