As barbers and pubs start to re-open for the first time, forecasters have given their prediction for “Super Saturday”.
Lockdown restrictions have eased further today in what commentators are calling “Super Saturday” - with large parts of the hospitality industry opening up to the public for the first time in months.
A man in his 30s has been charged with criminal damage and being drunk and disorderly in a public place.
Landscaping and tree surgery equipment were among items stolen during a burglary earlier this week in Tostock.
A well-known Ipswich pub and music venue has announced that it is to shut its doors following uncertainties caused by the coronavirus.
Suffolk health chiefs have outlined how they will support staff going forward as the coronavirus situation continues to change.
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran is one of 1,500 acts to have signed an open letter calling for urgent government action to save the live music industry.
Wedding bells will not be chiming according to one Suffolk venue despite changes to the Government’s coronavirus policy.
A group of performing sisters have created an astonishing choreographed routine to raise funds for their local theatre.
A popular boating lake is re-opening for the first time since lockdown.
Missing 16-year-old Ipswich girl Cerys Hall has been found.
A barbers in Aldeburgh is hoping to beat the legendary queues of the local fish and chip shops when it re-opens this weekend.
A devoted primary school teacher from Eyke is set to retire after 33 years.
The historic Woodbridge Tide Mill is set to re-open its doors to visitors this weekend.
Councillors in Woodbridge have raised serious concerns about changes to East Suffolk Council’s local plan and the impact this could have on the town.
Suffolk driver Alex Albon will be back on track this weekend as the Formula One world championship starts up again.
Parents and education leaders in Suffolk have called for changes to be made to SATs exams following the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new petition calling for more work to be done to protect the former fire-hit Fisons factory in Bramford has been launched.
A petition to save orthopaedic surgery at Ipswich Hospital has gathered over 4,000 signatures.
Calls have been made for concerned residents to seek help with their lockdown finance worries.
Hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex have recorded no coronavirus related deaths for three deaths in a row.
Police are appealing for information after a mother and her five year old daughter were racially abused in a Suffolk village.
Planning chiefs have allowed the plans for the Sizewell C nuclear power station to move to the next stage.
An elderly man in Ipswich had his wallet stolen in a reported distraction burglary.
After days of rocketing temperatures the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms and torrential downpours later this week.
Five fire crews from across east Suffolk are attending a fire at the former Woodbridge airfield this morning.
Suffolk police remain at the scene of an incident in Ipswich where a man fell from a flat and understood to have died in the early hours of the morning.
Planning chiefs must decide today whether plans for Sizewell C will go to the next stage of examination.
A group of theatrical sisters are producing a special fundraising video to help save the Riverside Theatre, in Woodbridge.
Pupils at a Suffolk school have handwritten 800 letters to be sent to elderly alumni.