Suffolk specialist motor engineers Belcher Engineering has acquired the stock of Ultimate Spares of America and hopes it will lead to growth.
An "incredibly rare" Essex-made tractor built in the 1960s and bought by a notable farmer-inventor is up for auction.
Following our previous selection of memories of family cars from years gone by, more people from around the area have been sharing their reminiscences.
The actions of a police officer in hauling a man back from the edge of the Orwell Bridge have been praised by the force.
Remember when cars seemed to be part of the family, and even had nicknames? Here are memories from around the area of the vehicles our mums, dads and grandparents drove when we were young.
A cyclist who died following a crash in Dullingham on Tuesday (January 8) has been named.
A trio of Christmas drink-drivers have been banned from the roads after all being disqualified on previous occasions.
The shocking "trail of destruction" left behind by vandals on Christmas night has been revealed as one frustrated resident, who has been targeted three times in as many weeks, hits out.
Jonathan Dennis was the Senior race winner, but Cam Hurst took maximum Eastern League points when local league competitors got the chance to race over the remarkable course created for National Trophy racing at Ipswich last week.
Two vehicles thought to be connected to ram raids in Suffolk overnight have been found by police.
Police have been called to three overnight ram raids at shops in Ipswich, Combs Ford and Brantham.
John Grose held its fourth annual charity quiz nights and its Ipswich and Lowestoft dealerships bringing the total it has raised for local good causes to nearly £15,000.
Richard Baxter recalls the pride he felt about owning his first car, a 2000 Ford Fiesta, and the sense of freedom that it gave him.
Schools pupils visited Hammond Ford at Halesworth to find out more about vehicle emissions and the effects and associated dangers from car engines left running when stationary.
Police have attended a crash in Felixstowe involving two cars.
On an interest-packed course at Redgrave, Kieran Jarvis came from behind to win his third Eastern League Senior Men's cyclo-cross of the season, writes Fergus Muir.
A painting attributed to a leading member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood - Ford Madox Brown, is to be auctioned in Essex on Wednesday December 5.
Teresa Deacon recalls the feeling of independence her first car, a £100 1960 Ford Prefect, gave her.