A class of 32 pupils from Thomas Gainsborough School, in Great Cornard, have been told to self-isolate after a pupil tested positive for Covid-19.
A swan is being cared for by the RSPCA after being found in Sudbury with a severe injury after becoming trapped in discarded fishing litter.
A woman was taken to hospital on Wednesday morning following a single vehicle collision which left her car on its roof.
There are severe delays on the A120 at Harwich this morning and three people are in hospital following a serious collision.
One hundred new charging points for electric vehicles are set to be installed in rural parts of Suffolk.
A couple usually too busy working to celebrate their wedding anniversary are to take the time to mark the occasion this year - to help Woodbridge’s Riverside theatre survive Covid-19.
“Beautiful and loving” Violet Knox, two, from west Suffolk, died as the result of a tragic accident, an inquest has heard.
New data shows that recorded coronavirus infection rates in Suffolk remain low.
MPs in Suffolk have spoken of the need to balance public health concerns over Covid-19 with the impact of restrictions on the economy - with one saying: “It seems we are being punished.”
New data shows that recorded coronavirus infection rates in Suffolk are continuing to drop.
As the nights draw in and the temperatures start to drop, many people are starting to look to spookiest season of all - Halloween. But how do you mark the ghoulish occasion during a pandemic?
A member of staff for rail operator Greater Anglia was sent home after testing positive for Covid-19.
Data suggests that the number of coronavirus cases in our region is dropping, unlike other areas of England.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that a second wave of Covid-19 has arrived in the UK, calling the news “inevitable”.
Police are appealing for witnesses after illegal immigrants were believed to have been seen coming out of a lorry on the A120.
Fire crews rescued a man from a second floor flat after a fire broke out at a sheltered accommodation block.
Police have released CCTV images of a man after a bike was stolen in Ipswich.
A former Woodbridge schoolteacher has decided to serve his community in a new, more spiritual way.
Sir & Co of Aldeburgh has battled through the coronavirus crisis to be nominated for a top industry award.
West Suffolk Hospital has announced the death of a patient who had previously tested positive for coronavirus.
A woman has been jailed for six years after smashing her way into a flat and stealing goods from its terrified occupant.
Influential band Red Snapper will be performing in Woodbridge next week to help raise funds for the Save Our Venues campaign.
A multi-million pound redevelopment of the Victorian post office in Bury St Edmunds Town centre is set to start.
Supporters of Sizewell C say that jobs to be created by the proposed nuclear power station have become more crucial than ever following the scrapping of a project in Wales.
A Suffolk woman with terminal lung cancer says she has faced a hostile reaction from people because she can’t wear a mask without getting breathless.
A 1940s-themed cafe will soon be opening in Ipswich after planning permission for the site was approved.
A Suffolk man is to set out on a mammoth walk, covering the 50-mile journey from Woodbridge to Norwich in less than a day.
Emergency services were called to the B1456 at Wherstead on Sunday evening following a serious collision.
A socially distanced crowd gathered in Woodbridge this weekend to enjoy an evening of opera.
Forecasters say this weekend’s warm weather is set to continue – with two more days of soaring temperatures in Suffolk.
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