This morning the Office for National Statistics (ONS) announced that the UK had officially entered a recession for the first time in 11 years.

As Britain goes into its deepest ever recession, a new survey has found nearly a third of Suffolk businesses may have to make staff redundant.

Fred. Olsen has made a third of its head-office staff redundant, less than a month after purchasing two new cruise ships.

Debenhams has allegedly made 20 staff redundant at its Bury St Edmunds store via conference call – just two months after it did the same to employees in Ipswich.

Firefighters have been called to a house fire in Woolpit.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man collapsed and died in Newmarket.

Residents of a house in Essex escaped uninjured after it was hit by a lorry.

Fire crews are working to free a person from a car after a crash on the A12.

A man in his 60s has died after being pulled from the water near to Clacton Pier.

A meticulously restored Tudor house with medieval origins is for sale for just over £1million.

Statues have been placed around a Suffolk market town to commemorate the key workers and volunteers that helped people through lockdown.

A six bedroom house with panoramic views over the River Stour has come on to the market for nearly £2million.

Jobs in Suffolk could be at risk as WH Smith plans to cut up to 1,500 jobs nationwide due to the firm’s slow recovery from Covid-19.

At this time of year it is obvious that Norfolk and Suffolk are still farming counties, writes Angus Williams.

A dog left in a sweltering vehicle in a Bury St Edmunds multi-storey car park during the hot weather had to be rescued by police.

Two teenagers who were arrested after a noxious substance was thrown at a man in Bury St Edmunds have been released under investigation.

A farmer helped firefighters get a field blaze under control in the village of Laxfield, north Suffolk.

Harwich’s Asda supermarket is set to reopen after being closed for approximately 18 hours due to reports of a man on the roof of the store.

A Suffolk-based project set to revolutionise the way we watch sport has received nearly £1.5million from the government.

Jobs in Suffolk are at risk as Pizza Express has said it may close nearly 70 of its UK restaurants with the loss of up to 1,100 jobs.

Lowestoft-based supply firm Everything Office has gone into liquidation - owing more than £1million.

The future of an Ipswich gym is uncertain after its parent company announced it would go into administration, putting 1,700 jobs at risk.

A Suffolk-based leadership expert has offered his three key tips to help businesses and communities flourish post-coronavirus

A six-bedroom manor house near Woodbridge has come on to the market for £2.75m.

Suffolk businesses have called on the government to “put their hand in their pocket” after the prime minister further delayed the easing of some lockdown measures.

Police and border force officers worked to raise awareness of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons at Stansted Airport yesterday.

A retired teacher who painted pebbles for people to find during lockdown has now created a permanent memorial.

A group of volunteers in south east Ipswich are helping out their community and filling the gap left by Age UK Suffolk.

Police are appealing for witnesses as a man remains in a critical condition following a crash in a Suffolk village earlier today.

A 32-year-old man has been arrested and charge in connection with drug offences in Ipswich.

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