West Suffolk Council has announced it is making its first payments totalling more than £3 million to businesses hit by the coronavirus.
A hypnotist from Sudbury is using modern technology during the coronavirus crisis to work his magic online, instead of in person.
The family of an Ipswich couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary are refusing to let the coronavirus take the shine off their golden celebration.
Allotment holders in Bury St Edmunds have complained after confusion about national guidelines on coronavirus saw them told to stay away from their plots.
A controversial scheme to build 150 homes on the edge of a Suffolk village has been approved on appeal.
Plans for 60 new homes in a Suffolk village have been approved by planners.
Dozens of pairs of goggles have been donated to a doctors surgery near Stowmarket which is fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
West Suffolk Council is to close all markets to allow staff to be redeployed in the fight to tackle COVID-19 and its impact.
A Sudbury couple trapped in India and suffering from coronavirus have been moved from the squalid conditions of a public hospital.
A Suffolk engineering company is offering to make medical equipment to tackle the coronavirus.
This year’s Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre has been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis.
Businesses across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are set to receive financial support through grant funding announced in the Government’s package of measures designed to help smaller businesses.
What might lie in store for us after the coronavirus crisis is over? One expert gives his view.
A lifelong fascination with the Rubik’s Cube puzzle has seen Ipswich man Tony Fisher win back a place in the record books.
A Suffolk headteacher has been given a gold star by parents for his message of support and advice over concerns about their children’s schooling during the coronavirus lockdown.
Suffolk and Essex have seen another rise in the number of coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours.
A self-employed trader has blasted the insurance industry for refusing to pay out on coronavirus.
Armed police were deployed in Bury St Edmunds after a knifeman threatened shop staff before escaping with cash.
The coronavirus crisis may have shut the country down but for one Sudbury teenager it resulted in a very special birthday message from one of her heroes.
The number of cases of coronavirus in Suffolk continues to rise, with the latest recorded figure now totalling 74.
The number of people in the UK who have died after contracting coronavirus has now passed 1,000.
Garden waste collections are to be suspended and street cleaning scaled back by West Suffolk Council in a bid to divert resources elsewhere to fight the impact of coronavirus.
Residents in coronavirus lockdown near Sudbury say their lives are being made a misery by noise and vibration from a building development next to their homes.
Bury St Edmunds, Woodbridge and Constable country have all made it into an influential list of the most desirable places to live.
Two Suffolk music festivals have had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis.
Grants and rate relief totalling £66 million are being offered to businesses across west Suffolk to help get them through the coronavirus crisis.
An inspirational Suffolk teenage speedway star battling his way back to health after suffering serious brain injuries in a crash is to talk at a conference about his fightback.
Householders in West Suffolk are being asked to check their Easter bin collection days, as some are to be made up to two days early.
A young autistic boy from Suffolk is all smiles again after being left heartbroken when his beloved pet pony wandered off when the gates to its paddock were deliberately left open.
A farewell tour of Stowmarket High School for former pupils has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.