Businesses at Jimmy's Farm, the visitor centre owned by farmer and TV presenter Jimmy Doherty in Wherstead, were burgled on Monday night when a key safe, cash and appliances were stolen.
Traffic is building on the A14 after a lorry suffered a burst tyre on the eastbound carriageway.
More than 250 homes and businesses in a Suffolk town are without electricity as engineers carry out emergency repairs to the network.
An Ipswich teenage kart racer who competes in immense pain due to his medical conditions has been selected for an able-bodied racing team - and has set lofty ambitions for the future.
The castle made famous by Ed Sheeran's hit song Castle on the Hill is set to open its doors for free as an early Christmas present this Saturday.
A Suffolk artist has tried her hand at writing a childrens' book - and has been delighted to discover more than 700 children have approved her work.
A Suffolk man seriously ill with an asbestos-related cancer has launched an appeal to track down his former work colleagues to help him find evidence of where he may have contracted the disease.
Residents of a Suffolk town who would otherwise spend Christmas Day alone are to be treated to a cooked meal on the day thanks to kind-hearted members of the community.
A six-car collision caused one carriageway of the A12 to be partially blocked, leading to traffic queueing back two miles.
The Met Office have issued a severe weather warning in Suffolk for later this evening due to fog and warned drivers of potential disruption to travel plans.
An ambulance was called to the scene of a crash between a lorry and a car at a busy junction leading into Ipswich.
A road leading into Ipswich town centre has been partially blocked following a minor collision between a car and a motorbike.
The A12 near Martlesham has reopened in both directions after a woman suffered 'life-changing' injuries in a collision with a car on Thursday evening.
Woodbridge's take on the Black Friday weekend has returned following its successful introduction last year - and promises a packed schedule of entertainment.
The A14 closed overnight after a heavy goods vehicle crashed off the road in the early hours of Friday morning.
The owner of a prized falcon that was stolen from his garden has thanked the public for their efforts after witnesses reported spotting the bird throughout Suffolk.
Controversial plans to build an enterprise hub in a Suffolk seaside town have been temporarily halted after residents spoke out in opposition to the proposals.
A charity looking to sell off business units to be turned into homes - giving several firms an uncertain future - has defended the move, saying it is needed to guarantee its existence.
A primary school that had £200 of charity money stolen by heartless thieves in a night-time raid has thanked kind donors for replacing the cash.
A Suffolk man is pleading for the safe return of his bird of prey which he believes was stolen from his garden by opportunist thieves.
Residents are expressing their concern over proposals to drastically increase the number of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) that can go in and out of a Suffolk quarry.
More than 150 sausage dogs and their owners descended on a Suffolk town to raise money for pets in need.
Fire crews were called to help free a horse which had become stuck in a horse box after attempting to jump over a restraining bar within the trailer.
A stop and search zone introduced in the wake of a mass brawl in the centre of Ipswich yesterday, which saw six people arrested, has now ceased.
A man had to be cut free from barbed wire after becoming stuck for an hour in an attempt to get home after a night out.
Today marks the final day of the annual Bury St Edmunds Christmas market - one of the largest in the UK - and the town is expected to be packed with visitors taking one last opportunity to revel in the festive spirit.
Petitions have been launched in an attempt to block controversial plans to develop an enterprise hub in a Suffolk seaside town, with residents calling for a vote of no confidence in the council.
Police were called to an incident in a Ipswich McDonald's car park this morning where a witness described seeing someone brandish a metal bar in a fight.
Tens of thousands of visitors are expected to descend on Bury St Edmunds today on what is expected to be the busiest day of the town's Christmas Fayre.