MasterChef contestant Hannah Gregory from Bury St Edmunds is back on our TV screens tonight as she pushes her cooking to the limit to try and win a place in the semi-finals.
Parents have spoken of the challenges of homeschooling children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and have shared their tips.
A mum from west Suffolk who has incurable cancer had been planning special trips with her family in the time she has left - but then the coronavirus outbreak struck.
Car parking charges have been suspended by West Suffolk Council with immediate effect.
Parents are still expected to hear whether their child has got their preferred primary school place next month.
In these dark times, little gems of positivity shine brightly from the phone or computer screen.
A boy and his little sister have delighted care home residents with their homemade cards to brighten their day while they cannot receive visitors.
Provisions markets in West Suffolk remain open, but will only be selling food following Government instructions over coronavirus.
Many parents today will be faced with the task of helping to ensure their children continue to get an education - and for some while also juggling work.
A man has died in an accident on the A12 involving a lorry.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in public toilets in a historic Suffolk street.
Three men have been charged with burglary after a haul of loo roll and hand sanitiser was discovered by police in Essex.
A mum who struggled to find fashionable breastfeeding-friendly clothes has come up with her own designs and is seeking the public’s support to help launch her business.
As adults grapple mentally with the increasing restrictions on our daily lives in order to fight an enemy we can’t see, our young children seem blissfully unaware.
A culinary business that is helping to feed families during the coronavirus crisis has said customers will still get their groceries despite a “traumatic” warehouse fire.
Supermarket chain Tesco is going even further to support the nation by introducing a ‘browsing hour’ before checkouts open for NHS workers.
The A12 northbound in Essex was shut earlier this morning as roadworks overran.
The forecast is for fine weather this weekend - including Mothering Sunday - so while hospitality venues are shut to the public, the outdoors may beckon.
Waves of events have been postponed and venues and offices are closing to the public in Suffolk and Essex due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As thousands of us are stuck at home due to coronavirus, members of our community are providing a valuable lifeline.
Leisure centres owned by West Suffolk Council will close tomorrow as part of efforts to delay the spread of coronavirus.
A Bury St Edmunds woman whose flavoursome food continues to impress the MasterChef judges has revealed she pushed on through the show while suffering with debilitating fatigue.
A maternity unit that was deemed by regulators to need “significant” improvements is now in line with national guidance, health bosses have said.
The decision by the top tier of Government to allow a controversial 400-home planning application in Newmarket has been branded as “damaging” for the horseracing industry.
Motorists in Bury St Edmunds are having to endure long journeys across the town centre - and some are avoiding the trip completely - due to multiple road closures.
A passionate cook from Bury St Edmunds who took the plunge to follow her dream is cooking up a storm in the kitchen as she competes in BBC One’s MasterChef.
A mother-of-four who has been told she has months to live is urging women to have their smear test so “other kids might not have to lose their mums like mine are going to”.
The headteacher of a west Suffolk school will tell MPs at Westminster that Government testing is putting too much pressure on primary school children.
A multi-million-pound project for a new public services hub in Mildenhall has reached a significant milestone in its construction.
A community café in Bury St Edmunds is expanding its offer for families who may be feeling lonely and isolated.