An Ipswich charity aiding victims of child sexual abuse is calling on the community to take part in its "rip-roaring" dragon boat race.
A mental health trust has said it will carry out full investigations after 12 patients died unexpectedly in two months.
Tributes have been paid to cricket-loving 'colonel' and local Ipswich Greyhound legend Paul Crane.
Patients have been told their concerns about care at a mental health trust are being taken seriously after it was graded as "requires improvement" in its latest inspection.
Suffolk Trading Standards has warned households to beware of so-called 'Nottingham Knockers' in Stowmarket and Sudbury trying to use pushy sales tactics to sell everyday household goods at high prices.
The A12 northbound at Copdock has cleared following an earlier crash.
Police are urging vigilance after a number of thefts of catalytic converters in Ipswich and west Suffolk.
A woman was forced to the ground and had her head stamped on during a large-scale brawl outside a pub.
A man has been taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car on the A134.
Essex Police briefly blocked the main road into Colchester Hospital while dealing with an incident.
The chief inspector of Ofsted has praised Murrayfield Primary Academy in Ipswich following its 'fantastic' turnaround.
Essex County Council has called on developers at a former Notcutts site to allow archeological work to be undertaken in the hopes of finding prehistoric treasures.
A young family say they are raring to go after taking over the popular Kesgrave Kitchen.
The A12 has been closed northbound at Martlesham while police deal with a broken down horse trailer.
A group of retired Port of Felixstowe workers is calling on the community to share their memories of the town's famous docks.
Earlier this week it was revealed the Scottish FA are expected to ban children from heading footballs - but should Suffolk follow suit?
Music from the Spice Girls and the Jersey Boys will be just some of the hits on offer when a popular Ipswich theatrical performance returns.
The replica Noah's Ark at Ipswich waterfront has opened its doors to business events in the hope of raising awareness of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The Orwell Bridge has reopened after briefly being closed due to a police incident.
A man has been arrested by Suffolk police on suspicion of the abduction and false imprisonment of a 15-year-old girl.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with two counts of assaulting police officers following an incident in Bury St Edmunds.
An 18-year-old man remains in hospital in a life-threatening condition following a two-vehicle crash in a north Essex village.
A man in his 50s has died following a collision with a lorry on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds.
The A14 was closed for several hours near Needham Market while emergency services attended the scene of a two vehicle crash.
Action has been taken to stop any potential pollution from spreading after an "unknown substance" was found in a Suffolk river.
Highways and police crews have been alerted to nearly 50 fallen trees and debris in the road overnight after high winds hit Suffolk and Essex.
Suffolk police are continuing to search for a man following an earlier incident that saw the A14 closed.
A number of saddles have been stolen from a livery yard in Exning after thieves broke into their tack room.
Gritters are planned to be sent out across much of Suffolk tonight as surface temperatures are predicted to drop.
Police are searching for a convicted robber who failed to return to prison after being released on temporary licence.