A man has been charged with murder and ten charges of attempted murder after a 12-year-old boy was killed in a hit-and-run outside an Essex school.
Health Secretary and West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has called in the police after his campaign workers said they felt intimidated by Labour activists by two hustings meetings in the constituency.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker after a police officer was punched in the face in Colchester.
A major immigration raid near the Suffolk coast has sparked renewed calls for stronger border protection.
A female motorcyclist has suffered serious leg injuries in a crash on the A12 at Saxmundham this evening.
Paedophiles used Facebook apps to groom child sex victims more than 40 times in Suffolk last year, and it is feared that figure could rise dramatically as encryption rules change.
Try local gins and Christmas trifle beer at what is the town's smallest inn.
Ipswich Town have been handed a long trip to Exeter City in the last 16 of the EFL Trophy.
Football writer Carl Marston has visited 120 Football League grounds, many of them reporting on Ipswich Town. Here he spotlights the Ricoh Arena, the former home of Coventry City
Ipswich Town are just three games from a Wembley final after their dramatic win at Peterborough - here's who they can pull out of the hat in the draw for the EFL Trophy Third Round tonight.
Ipswich Town are into the last 16 of the EFL Trophy following last night's penalty shootout win at Peterborough. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts.
Ipswich Town goalkeeper Adam Przybek's feet remain on the floor following his EFL Trophy heroics at Peterborough last night.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert was left proud of his young team after they triumphed 6-5 penalties at Peterborough in the EFL Trophy tonight.
Faced with a global recession and the sheer might of Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe Nero directly competing for their business in Ipswich, few coffee shops would have survived.
A family has chosen to relocate to Bury St Edmunds because of its green space and range of facilities - as the Suffolk town is voted the 'happiest place to live' in East Anglia.
Nearly 7,000 bulbs shine brightly from this Felixstowe home, which is lighting up throughout December to celebrate the Christmas season.
With its chocolate-box cottages, charming tearooms, and famous Gothic church, Lavenham regularly features among list of the "most desirable villages".
Bury St Edmunds has a new karaoke venue which is opening its doors to wannabe songsters this week.
Anxious Clintons card shop workers across towns including Ipswich will keep their jobs across the crucial Christmas period - after the troubled chain was sold back to its existing owners.
It may be many miles away from the Suffolk coast, but one East Anglian factory has adopted a novel approach to bringing a sense of togetherness to its 100-strong workforce.
A pledge to regenerate high streets in some of Suffolk's market towns is being promised by council leaders as latest figures show as many as one in ten shops lay empty.
It has been a trying time for pubs and antiques shops across the nation - but one Suffolk village believes its new way of combining the two will help revive the area.
Review: Peter Pan, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds until January 19.
FolkEast has in seven short years has gained a reputation for being one of the most quirky UK roots festivals. They have announced eight headline acts for next year's event plus some Christmas saver tickets
Fans of James Bond now have the opportunity to gain their first glimpse of 007's latest outing No Time To Die as the first trailer has just been released.
Strictly's Mr Nasty Craig Revel Horwood is going back to the roots of the TV phenomenon - the place where traditional ballroom dancing met modern musical theatre: Strictly Ballroom.
Aladdin, by Peter Rowe, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, until February 1 2020
The gourmet patty is part of the new seasonal menu at a popular Suffolk golf club.
He defied a Puritan crackdown and kept the spirit of Christmas alive
An Ipswich firm which makes toys to entertain the super-rich on their yachts is among the fastest-growing companies in the UK, according to a new study.
Nicola Warren tries lunch at Ocean Fish Platter in the town centre.
Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited Hmm Burger in Newmarket on a Saturday lunchtime for a beef-based feast. Here's what they made of it.