A Newmarket father has launched a book about his life with Cystic Fibrosis, written as a tribute to his children in case he didn’t survive to see them grow up.
An Ipswich mother who battled through years of chronic pain and depression after a freak accident in a supermarket has given her advice on how to bounce back from setbacks in a new book.
Ipswich Croquet Club is looking for a new home - as its current pitch will be lost next year.
A man thought to be in his mid 70s has died after being involved in a collision with a lorry in the early hours.
A gathering of more than 30 people at an Ipswich home during the current national coronavirus lockdown was shut down by police.
A 17-year-old boy who has gone missing from his home in Northamptonshire could be in Suffolk, it is believed.
A group of men were arrested yesterday afternoon after police responded to reports of hare coursing near Lavenham.
A new 100-home estate with a children’s play area and walking route could be built in Mistley - if plans by housebuilder Hopkins Homes are approved.
With pubs still closed, test your knowledge with our quiz rounds on football legend Diego Maradona, the upcoming Covid tiers and all the latest news from this week.
A Lawford couple with a young family hope their new mobile coffee van touring Suffolk and Essex will succeed in “bringing people together” during the difficulties of the coronavirus crisis.
A “medical emergency” at Felixstowe Port has led to a large emergency services presence.
A care home in Stowmarket has confirmed a number of staff and residents have tested positive for Covid-19.
Suffolk Rape Crisis have offered a unique way to support victims of sexual violence through Christmas shopping, as domestic abuse rates worsen during lockdown.
An Ipswich teenager has not yet been found, more than one week after she first went missing.
Council tax could rise by as much as 5%, or an average of £70 per household, next year as support is reduced for local authorities.
The A14 westbound carriageway was closed for several hours this morning after overnight roadworks took much longer than anticipated.
The history of Suffolk has been included in a podcast series sharing some of the most heroic stories from the Second World War – reaching Apple’s Top 10.
Several shops have announced new opening hours for the run up to Christmas after lockdown ends.
Three men have been injured in what police suspect was a targeted attack in an Ipswich garden last night.
A road in Stradbroke has been closed since 9.30am this morning after a tractor knocked over a telegraph pole.
The council has granted permission for Gainsborough Sports Centre in Ipswich to be used by the NHS as the first Suffolk site to begin delivering Covid-19 vaccinations.
A man from Clacton has been jailed for robbing a Colchester building society of £5,000 after being caught on a spending spree in Westfield Shopping Centre.
An 11-year-old girl has been bitten and had her trousers ripped open by a dog in Ipswich.
Aldi has launched click-and-collect services for the first time in the Ipswich area, as part of a national roll-out.
A huge extension at Bramford CEVC Primary School has finally been completed - with four new classrooms enabling it to increase capacity by more than 100 children.
Union leaders have become increasingly concerned the current model of teaching pupils both isolating at home and coming to school is unsustainable, and fear schools will not cope long-term.
Host of Springwatch Chris Packham and fellow conservationist Megan McCubbin will be hosting a live event to celebrate RSPB Minsmere and Sizewell Marshes SSSI this week.
Gyms and leisure centres will be allowed to stay open even in Tier 3 when lockdown ends, after a change of heart from the government.
Ipswich Hospital has been granted £5.2million in funding for a new Molecular Laboratory to increase Covid testing capacity.
Police are hunting for the driver of a BMW which drove off when officers tried to stop the car at the weekend.
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