When Suffolk “farm boy” Alf Davey returned from years of forced labour on the Burma “Death Railway”, his bride-to-be was warned against him.
A technology-mad Suffolk drone pilot is to drive an electric car 1,200 miles across the UK to prove it is a viable alternative to fossil fuel, “even in the most remote areas.”
Five rides have been closed at UK theme parks – including Pleasurewood Hills in Suffolk – after a fatal accident in the US.
A bird’s eye view of the Latitude festival site has shown how the once quiet patch of Suffolk countryside has been transformed into a sprawling hive of activity.
Patients could be put at risk if 10 of Suffolk’s 12 ambulance stations are closed as part of service-wide efficiency proposals, an MP has warned.
Forecasters are warning that heavy rain and possible thunder could bring flooding to homes and businesses in East Anglia this afternoon.
Suffolk’s probation services have been accused of a “total failure” to rehabilitate potentially dangerous offenders leaving victims at risk – particularly in cases of domestic abuse and children.
An experienced Suffolk social worker who obtained a “significant sum of money” at the taxpayers’ expense through false mileage claims has been struck off for misconduct.
Two people have been injured after the car they were travelling appears to have hit car park barriers.
A spirit of revolution will be reflected in the performances at Suffolk’s largest multi-arts festival this summer.
An increase in six-figure payments to council chiefs in Suffolk and Essex has raised “serious questions about efficiency and priorities” during times of austerity.
Business leaders in parts of Suffolk hit hardest by changes in rate payments say they are a “kick in the teeth” and threaten the diversity of rural towns.
Comedian and panel-show regular Ó Briain is among the latest acts to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
Suffolk care providers have warned they can no longer offer safe services to the county’s most vulnerable at the “inadequate” prices council bosses are prepared to pay.
People seeking emergency help abandon more 999 calls to police in Suffolk than anywhere else in the country, according to figures.
Families have had to “fight every step of the way” to get help for the children with the greatest needs in Suffolk.
A father-of-two involved in a dramatic Suffolk river rescue has spoken of the terrifying moment he plunged into the wintery waters to save a family pet – only to realise there was no way back to dry land.
Suffolk’s education chiefs have been accused of failing children with special needs after it emerged some were being sent to private institutions hundreds of miles away.
Southwold brewer Adnams is facing fierce opposition to plans to extend a car park at one of its hotels.
A blind Suffolk veteran is set to march at the Cenotaph in London this Remembrance Sunday alongside more than 100 other visually impaired ex-servicemen and women.
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