Villagers welcomed a government minister to see how they have transformed their not-fit-for-purpose community hall with a modern makeover to create a warm and inviting venue.

Part of the A14 is to be closed tonight for emergency repairs - with all traffic sent through two villages.

A world famous Suffolk nature reserve which believes it is under threat from plans for a new nuclear power station has won a top accolade from Britain's birdwatchers.

National pub company JD Wetherspoon has submitted a sixth set of plans for a new venue in Felixstowe - and is confident that it has at last found a design which will be acceptable.

A hugely popular vegan-friendly cafe with a fun Alice in Wonderland theme has closed down less than a year after opening in Felixstowe.

People in Felixstowe will this month mark the anniversary of Britain's biggest peace-time tragedy and pay tribute once again as they remember the 41 people who lost their lives at the resort.

A bricked up doorway in a Suffolk church tower has been reopened after a century-and-a-half to reveal its hidden secrets.

Campaigners fighting proposals for 360 new homes in a Suffolk village have asked the developers a series of hard-hitting questions to determine if there is a need for the project.

An east Suffolk school is celebrating another success after winning planning permission to revamp its swimming pool so that it can be used all year round.

An historic building on one of Suffolk's most vulnerable coastal sites is set to be demolished - before it is swept away by stormy seas.

A Suffolk pub is set to be expanded to house a cookery school community project teaching people how to grow and get the best from their food.

Felixstowe is set to get another pharmacy - with the latest set to serve the seafront area.

A priest with 25 years' experience has been chosen for a key leadership role within the Church of England in Suffolk, to support hundreds of churches, clergy and help congregations to flourish.

A new area of open space on Ipswich Waterfront remains closed to the public and fenced off - almost a year after it was completed.

Money from the National Lottery is to be used for a five-year photography project to celebrate 50 years since two of the country's most beautiful areas were given special protection and recognition.

Plans are being drawn up for a solar park to provide renewable energy at a Suffolk military site.

One of the country's oldest golf clubs is proposing to demolish its clubhouse to provide new state-of-the-art facilities for players and the public.

A woman was taken to hospital this evening after being injured when she came off her moped in Ipswich.

Friends have named an adored and much-loved Suffolk mum-of-two allegedly stabbed to death - and set up a fund to help her children.

A multi-award-winning Suffolk pub has been given the go-ahead to expand - despite some concerns that the project would be an overdevelopment and increase traffic on village roads.

A popular shopping and eating destination in the heart of Woodbridge is set to be expanded with the addition of a pizzeria and a beauty treatment centre.

Sidegate Primary School has received the award for its work enhancing opportunities for students by providing a range of clubs, workshops and experiences where they work directly with professional artists, authors, dancers, musicians and actors.

Community leaders are to tell national planning chiefs that proposals for two huge new windfarms off Suffolk will have "significant impacts" on tourism, roads and people.

A new boss has been appointed for the Sizewell C project just months before the full application for permission for the power station is made.

A major £700,000 research project to explore the hidden archaeology that tells the story of Suffolk's royal Saxon heritage has received a huge lottery boost.

Walkers regularly cross the River Stour and head for Flatford by crossing the popular Fen Bridge.

Up to 750 new affordable homes are set to be provided in east Suffolk over the next three years.

Proposals for 360 new homes and an early years centre are being drawn up for arable farmland at Trimley St Martin.

Council chiefs say they will contuinue to object to the plans from ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) until appropriate mitigation and compensation packages to offset the potential harm to the landscape, environment and tourism are agreed.

Every dog - and cat - has its day. And at the Suffolk rehoming centre of the Blue Cross, that's Christmas Day.

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