Three fire crews were sent to a collision between an Audi and a campervan which blocked the A12 this morning – after two people were trapped inside a vehicle.
A revamp of Lowestoft’s iconic East Point Pavilion has secured the lion’s share of a £750,000 pot awarded to East Suffolk from the government.
High streets in 12 Suffolk towns are to get a major boost after hundreds of thousands of pounds were approved for a project to provide free Wi-Fi and footfall tracking.
More than 20,000 coronavirus antibody tests have been completed on NHS staff, patients and military personnel in the area in just six weeks.
Organisers behind a new music festival and industry summit aiming to promote Ipswich as a destination for touring bands have been forced to cancel this year’s event.
Cab companies in Babergh have successfully secured a fresh look at proposed changes to taxi fares, after uniting to urge councillors not to introduce changes they claim will add confusion to drivers and passengers.
A 14-month-old baby was rescued by firefighters from a locked vehicle in a McDonald’s car park after the keys were accidentally locked inside.
Police have charged a man in Bury St Edmunds in connection with the recovery of stolen goods – including £1,500 worth of TV’s, a tool kit, a camera and a drill.
A man from Bury St Edmunds has been charged with a number of motor offences including drink driving and driving whilst disqualified near the A14.
A man in his 20s has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg following a collision in Kedington, near Haverhill.
A man has been described as a “parasite on society” and a “despicable individual” after committing eight cases of fraud in Suffolk and preying on the elderly and vulnerable.
A £23million budget shortfall is being faced by Suffolk County Council as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, latest figures reveal.
A Suffolk council has warned that a list of actions to address squeezed budgets following the coronavirus lockdown are being considered, and council reserves are likely to be “severely depleted”.
Many businesses reopened their doors this weekend for the first time in months following the coronavirus lockdown – while some continue to remain closed to customers.
A £180,000 upgrade of CCTV cameras in Hadleigh and Sudbury have been given the go-ahead.
An independent Ipswich music venue kept afloat by loyal supporters has announced a live-streaming all day music festival this week – its first gig in four months.
An engagement ring, bank cards and phone accessories were all stolen from vehicles in Haverhill over the space of four days.
A final decision on a shake-up of children’s centres in Suffolk is set to be made next week – with one more centre remaining open full time than planned.
EDF Energy has applied to the Environment Agency for three environmental permits required to operate Sizewell C.
County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds and its feeder schools have joined a large Suffolk-based trust.
Here we take a look at the sentences handed out to three criminals in Suffolk over the last seven days.
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.
Nearly 60 homes will be showing off their animal-themed displays as part of a trail on Bury St Edmunds’ Moreton Hall estate this weekend.
A Suffolk couple are marking their platinum wedding anniversary with an emotional reunion – having seen each other just once in 115 days apart due to the coronavirus lockdown.
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.
The Royal Oak pub in East Bergholt will reopen its doors on ‘Super Saturday’ with brand new owners and a fresh refurbishment – following months of closure due to coronavirus.
Work is underway to help Hadleigh Market expand in future following a number of years of increasing popularity.
A cinema in Bury St Edmunds is introducing a concierge to greet customers, a dedicated hand wash point and distanced allocated seating among measures to prepare for reopening.
An urgent investigation has been launched after new figures revealed the numbers of Suffolk school pupils permanently excluded doubled this year.
An independent hostel company is calling on key workers and their families to enjoy a budget break at Suffolk’s historic Flatford Mill.