Two heroic policemen from Suffolk who rescued three children and an adult from a shotgun-wielding man have been nominated for bravery awards.
A car has flipped onto its roof, causing long delays on the A1071 in Hintlesham.
The latest round of coronavirus restrictions came on the day infection rate figures in Suffolk continued to fall.
The Suffolk brewer is also offering draught beer available for collection.
Leisure centres across Suffolk are encouraging people to return to gyms in a bid to increase mental and physical wellbeing during the Covid-19 crisis.
Students at both a primary and preschool are self isolating after a member of staff and a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
A class of 32 pupils from Thomas Gainsborough School, in Great Cornard, have been told to self-isolate after a pupil tested positive for Covid-19.
A member of the public and two bar staff were the pedestrians involved in a collision with a car following a Clacton street fight, police have confirmed.
A 13-year-old cyclist has been left with wounds after being knocked off his bike by a motorist who then drove away.
More than 300 students in Suffolk and at least six members of staff have been sent home for 14 days after confirmed cases of coronavirus.
East Anglian turkey producers are battling to adjust to the new realities of a Covid Christmas as the traditional feast is downsized.
There are now more than 30 places to get your Costa Coffee fix in Ipswich, as the coffee shop market continues to grow – but how are independent cafes standing out from the big chains?
Four people have been arrested after around 50 wraps of suspected class A drug wraps and drug paraphernalia were seized during a drug search in Sudbury.
A dog unit has been called to Sudbury after a suspect evaded the police following a car chase though Suffolk.
Work will begin to establish temporary cycle lanes around Bury St Edmunds this week – and motorists and cyclists can expect them to be in place for at least six months.
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Plans to introduce a cap on the age of taxi vehicles in West Suffolk have been pushed back to give stability to operators while the coronavirus pandemic continues.
A Kawasaki motorbike, cover and lock were stolen from outside a home in Lowestoft.
Fewer flights from Stansted could have a huge impact on the region’s economy, it has been warned - as a further spate of job cuts hit the airport.
One hundred new charging points for electric vehicles are set to be installed in rural parts of Suffolk.
The stately home however will be keeping its gardens open this autumn, and will still run its Halloweenies event.
Long-running plans for 75 homes in Wherstead have been given the final green light, after two years of delays.
Five council-run venues and outdoor spaces in Ipswich have been named among the best in the world by tourism website Tripadvisor.
Hand-rolled truffles, meaty pies, delectable ice creams and more have been named amongst the best of the best in the region this year
Ipswich therapist Helena Lyons explains the benefits of Sophrology – and how it’s helped her in a Covid-19 world.
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A family home worthy of Netflix’s hit new show has come up for sale in Corton near Lowestoft.
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Proposals to increase lorry trips in and out of Hadleigh Quarry by around 1,500% have been blocked by planners.
County council chiefs have called on EDF Energy to listen to communities and “do something about Suffolk’s very reasonable concerns” over Sizewell C.
A recently formed activist group in support of nuclear energy as the answer to the climate crisis, held a beach party protest last weekend in support of Sizewell C.
An adder in a ssss-pot of bother in a Saxmundham garden had to be rescued by the RSPCA.
Union bosses are calling for the government to step in and help beleaguered aviation workers as up to 98 baggage handlers at Stansted airport face the axe.