Planners are moving closer to making a decision on the future of one of Leiston’s best-known buildings which is set to be converted into 15 new homes.

Views are being sought on whether the summertime ban on dogs on Aldeburgh beach should be continued.

Felixstowe’s festive fun has been cancelled – because of the virus pandemic.

Suffolk County Council has today said it cannot give its backing to proposals for a £20billion new nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast without changes and more work to the plans.

More than 30 men and women aged from their 20s to their 60s are devoting their lives to serving communities across Suffolk after becoming priests and deacons.

Hundreds of students will miss lessons today as their school is closed for a deep clean after five teachers tested positive for Covid-19.

Work to build an enormous warehouse the size of nearly six football pitches and create hundreds of new jobs could start within weeks.

Independent consultants have challenged the jobs and economic benefits that building a new twin reactor nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast will bring – labelling the claims as “exaggerated” and “unrealistic”.

One of the oldest houses on the Felixstowe peninsula is up for sale – but you will need more than £1million to make it your new home.

One of Felixstowe’s best-known seafront hotels is facing an uncertain future after having been closed and boarded up for several months.

One of the country’s oldest shops is backing a campaign to promote the benefits of buying high quality and ethically produced meat.

Firefighters are tackling a blaze in a hedgerow ar Glemsford.

Proposals to convert a shop to create new continental delicatessen with café area have been approved by planners.

Signs warning drivers of five weeks of roadworks have been placed in Felixstowe town centre.

An eco-friendly grocery shop is being developed in the heart of an ancient Suffolk woodland to encourage shoppers to change their habits and protect the environment.

Firefighters are this evening tackling a blaze in a chimney of a property in west Suffolk.

People will be able to see and learn how gin is made during guided tours of a new distillery on the Suffolk coast.

Traffic was stopped on the Orwell Bridge for a time this afternoon as emergency crews helped a “distressed” man.

Broadcaster Bill Turnbull will chair two public briefings tomorrow being organised by the Stop Sizewell C campaign.

Villagers who fear they are facing more than decade of construction lorries passing their doors to and from Sizewell C and a massive electricity substation site are to make a final plea for a bypass.

One of Suffolk’s best-loved landmarks and tourist attractions has been given a top rating award by visitors.

It was the first year of what has now become one of Britain’s major music and arts festivals.

More than 20,000 people would normally be strolling along Felixstrowe’s prom this weekend, admiring and buying a huge variety of art.

It’s been an exciting live music venue for the past 20 years and, despite a period of closure, it has continued to thrive in recent times.

Some may enjoy seeing the wrecking ball battering their old school, but for others demolition could tarnish treasured memories.

One of Felixstowe’s biggest and most popular annual events has joined hundreds of others across the county in falling victim to the virus.

Traders in Felixstowe are being invited to take part in a project which will generate around £800,000 to improve their business and attract more people to shop, eat and visit the town centre and seafront.

An enormous and awe-inspiring spherical sculpture of planet Earth is to be on show at a Suffolk entertainment centre this autumn.

Community leaders say there are still “many unknowns” over the proposals for a new £20billion nuclear power plant on the Suffolk coast – and work is taking place on mitigation and funding packages should it receive the go-ahead.

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