County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds and its feeder schools have joined a large Suffolk-based trust.
The funeral of the RAF Lakenheath-based American pilot who tragically died in a crash last month is being livestreamed this afternoon.
Plans for an 85-home estate alongside land for a new village hall and play area in Bacton have been approved.
We took a trip to three of the town’s most popular pubs – Isaacs, The Greyhound and The Woolpack – to find out.
These are the first pictures of the new £17million Stowmarket High School which has just opened its doors.
Staying in tonight and avoiding the rush of pub-goers? Here are 50 more quiz question ideas to use for Zoom chats with family and friends.
Felixstowe’s main town centre shopping area has been closed off to traffic for the foreseeable future – to make life safer for visitors.
The Duke of Cambridge savoured a pint of Suffolk cyder during his first visit to a pub after months of coronavirus lockdown.
Publishing company Archant has confirmed it is seeking fresh investors after suffering significant falls in advertising revenue during the Covid-19 crisis.
Three East Anglian record store owners reveal popular records with surprising values.
Spiralling costs to replace flammable cladding on Ipswich’s St Francis Tower have been brought to the attention of the housing minister by the town’s MP.
A day out at the seaside, a big parade, funfair, music and entertainment, and colourful carnival capers – what more could you want?
Submissions for the 2020 East Anglian Book Awards, which celebrate the outstanding literary culture of our region, are now open.
Today has been dubbed ‘Super Saturday’ as the coronavirus lockdown restrictions are further eased - follow our live blog on what’s happening in Suffolk.
A Suffolk man has denied raping a woman and will face a crown court trial next year.
Here we take a look at the sentences handed out to three criminals in Suffolk over the last seven days.
As barbers and pubs start to re-open for the first time, forecasters have given their prediction for “Super Saturday”.
A 16-year-old girl has gone missing from her home in Ipswich for the third time this week – sparking a police appeal to find her.
Ipswich Borough Council is to unveil a blueprint for how it will tackle a “huge financial black hole” in its budget caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
Lockdown restrictions have eased further today in what commentators are calling “Super Saturday” - with large parts of the hospitality industry opening up to the public for the first time in months.
Controversial plans for an adult entertainment venue in Colchester have been blocked after its application for a license was refused.
Work is underway to help Hadleigh Market expand in future following a number of years of increasing popularity.
Controversial proposals to move hip and knee surgery away from Ipswich Hospital will now be subject to their own debate in parliament.
This beautiful eight-bedroom manor in Bury St Edmunds is currently on the market with a guide price of £3.5million.
Gina Long meets Craig and Julie Jarvis, owners of Ravenwood Hall Hotel in Suffolk.
Are staycations the new normal? As the hospitality and holiday industry re-opens from today, Gina Long talks to Hannah and Jeff Hibbs, from Forest Lodge Holidays.
Take a trip around this stunning property in Anglesea Road, on the market for £1.2million – and where Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was said to be a frequent visitor.
Six stunning sandy British beaches to visit after the lockdown ends for your bucket (and spade) list.
Residents in Colchester are calling for an extension to the ban on private cars driving in the high street after seeing the benefits of cleaner air and safer roads in lockdown.
Litter-picking volunteers will be spending the upcoming weekend cleaning up Felixstowe after seeing “unprecedented” levels of waste in the last few weeks.
Another important step has taken place in the bid to build a new £20billion nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast.
More tree planting, new electric vehicle charging points and new solar farms are among measures being pursued by two Suffolk councils to become carbon neutral over the next decade.
Many businesses have started to welcome customers back following the coronavirus lockdown. However, some pubs, restaurants and shops have been lost from our high street for good.
A pint-sized model of what was Britain’s smallest pub has been created by a customer who’s been missing the “iconic” drinking hole during lockdown - but he’ll have to wait for it to reopen.