A woman who has struggled with depression since her childhood and has tried to take her own life twice, is using her experiences to create a Youtube channel for others battling a mental illness.

Find out what’s on offer for all the family this summer at the multi-award winning Canine Dip and Dive

Explore the sights of Suffolk on bike with these more rural routes.

You can now buy 11-year-old Olivia Cresswell’s Nutty Stars at your local East of England Co-op store.

Caravans have pitched up in a field off Bramford Lane in Ipswich – 10 weeks after a group of travellers were moved on from the same site.

Chloe Glazier of Doorstep Dining has been catering everything during lockdown, from intimate wedding suppers for two, to family suppers.

Going, going, gone – here we take a look back at some pictures of the Orfordness Lighthouse as the landmark’s final bricks are removed.

Suffolk resident Joe Edwards-Gill and has been metal detecting for two years – and has uncovered a number of treasures from years gone by.

A popular pub near Sudbury is closing for two weeks after it was discovered that one of its customers who visited has coronavirus after a routine test.

Drivers heading from Colchester towards Ipswich will face diversions as works to resurface and renew road markings on the A12 goes ahead.

From freshly baked bread to local meats and fish – these are the upcoming must-visit Suffolk farmers markets.

Which stars from our region have represented Team GB across the last 100 years?

Parents are being warned not to put face coverings and masks on young children - especially those with embellishments, dummies and ribbons attached.

Police have been investigating whether mysterious white chalk marks left outside homes are linked to a spate of dog thefts - with some pet owners in Suffolk saying they feel “paranoid and frightened” they are being targeted.

Thanks to the government’s Stamp Duty holiday homeowners can save just under £5,000. Here are just a few great properties you can view and buy now.

The landlords of a pub in Clare have closed their doors for good as they take over a new public house just a few miles down the road in Pentlow – all while launching a street food truck and a takeaway service to keep the business afloat.

The Barbershop has been working hard keeping customers and staff safe with its new PPE and social distancing measures.

Teachers and a class ‘bubble’ of 13 children have been sent home to self-isolate after a pupil at Aldeburgh Primary School tested positive for coronavirus.

From Roman statuettes to royal gold - four East Anglian archaeologists share some of their most interesting finds

A ‘bubble’ of children have been told to self-isolate for two weeks after a student at Aldeburgh Primary School tested positive for Covid-19.

Firefighters battled a blaze in the loft space of a bungalow in Westhall, Stradbroke.

Police are appealing for information after a trailer tent was stolen from a driveway in Ipswich.

An Essex-based football charity has donated more than 15,000 pairs of boots to children in Africa – and has set its sights on giving even more vital kit this year.

Five people have been sentenced to time in prison over the last seven days – including a former Ipswich man who was jailed for life for murder after a victim of an assault died three years later.

Boots has confirmed that one of its two branches in Hadleigh town centre will close permanently.

Councils in Suffolk are being forced to install additional bins and empty them more frequently due to an “unwelcome rise in litter” as more people begin to enjoy time at parks and beaches.

From bread to fish and meat - these local businesses are continuing to bring essentials to Suffolk doorsteps.

The Rampant Horse in Needham Market has been put up for sale following the devastating impact of coronavirus, with the Suffolk brewery admitting the cost of running the pub would be “ridiculous” in the current climate.

A woman from Woodbridge said she “feels free” after losing five stone with the help of online pilates classes and exploring the outdoors – proving the lockdown is no excuse to stop you reaching your goals.

A Suffolk MP is hopeful that the Delphi factory being sold to an industrial and commercial developer could help reduce the impact of coronavirus on Sudbury’s economy, while also being a “catalyst for future development”.

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