Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have reported that six more people have died after contracting coronavirus.
A Suffolk bookseller has painstakingly coloured in the bricks on the front of her shop to inspire hope and positivity in the wake of the coronavirus.
CCTV images have been released of a man police are looking to trace following an armed robbery at a petrol station near Stowmarket.
A dove which was taken from an aviary at the Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds has been found.
A number of crews have remained on the scene of a large thatch fire at a farmhouse near Saxmundham.
A large, bright supermoon appeared over Suffolk last night.
A car and lorry collided on an Ipswich road this afternoon.
A fire crew has been called to a house in Felixstowe to rescue a cat that has been stuck on a roof for several days.
Residents and staff at Suffolk care homes have been left some Easter treats thanks to a nearby supermarket.
Plans by a housing developer to strip a bowling green of its community asset status have been rejected by East Suffolk Council.
A popular village pub which has been closed for months has been brought back to life to help its villagers through the coronavirus.
Footage has shown firefighters tackling a fire outside a factory in Hadleigh.
A town centre newsagent has described a break-in which the shop’s front door smashed to pieces as the ‘icing on the cake’ during a difficult time.
Signs asking people to stay away from the town of Southwold have come down after reports of a quiet weekend in the town, but concerns remain about the upcoming Easter holidays.
Staff from three of Ipswich-based cruise line Fred. Olsen’s ships have recorded a song to send positive vibes during the coronavirus.
People are being urged to remain at home today as Suffolk and Essex look set to bask in wall-to-wall sunshine.
A new project is helping to ensure that frontline key workers are getting healthy, nutritional meals throughout the coronavirus outbreak.
A village has come together to help bring its spirit to life through a new, bespoke sign.
Two men have been detained after a town convenience store was broken into overnight.
The future of a project to create a new hub at the centre of a former village vicarage remains uncertain over eight months since a planning application was lodged.
A Suffolk Punch mare has given birth to her first foal, the sixth of the endangered native breed to be born this year.
A Leiston stalwart is defying the coronavirus to celebrate her 100th birthday.
A Suffolk historian has unveiled the history of one of the county’s Victorian schools in his new book.
An Ipswich based company is looking to unite families and unearth hidden pasts with its new project.
West Suffolk MP and Health Secretary Matt Hancock has made his first public appearance since testing positive for the coronavirus.
New Government figures have shown another record increase in the number of people dying from coronavirus, bringing the total to almost 3000.
Homes on the former police station site in Aldeburgh are a step closer to completion, over four years after the station closed its doors.
A beautiful Suffolk Punch foal made her first steps into the world earlier this week.
Three Suffolk charities are set to share £10,000 in donations following a public vote.
Colchester MP Will Quince says that local hospitals do have enough personal protective equipment (PPE) to help them stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak despite recent concerns.