A conference next month will see business leaders and representatives of organisations gather to look at the future economy of east Suffolk.
Conservative-controlled Suffolk County Council is preventing working families from getting the free childcare the government promised them by under-funding nurseries.
Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has hailed the drink-driving limit for saving thousands of lives in the last 50 years.
A man was treated for smoke inhalation after a washing machine fire broke out at his home.
Waveney MP Peter Aldous took the chance to sing sea shanties as he joined a group which celebrate the history and cultural heritage of music from the Suffolk coast.
Action is needed over stretched children’s services in Suffolk, it has been warned, after figures showed a five year high of youngsters now in care.
Suffolk has risen more than 50 places in the national secondary school league table in five years on the back of improving GCSE results.
The clock is ticking for a mystery lottery winner to claim a million-pound prize.
A new TV advert for this year’s Stoptober campaign has been filmed entirely in Suffolk – with some recognisable spots in Ipswich and Southwold among the locations used.
Suffolk’s largest teaching union has launched a campaign over the “savage” levels of school funding under the new national funding formula (NFF).
Health bosses in Suffolk have said social media, home and school pressures are contributing to depression after new research has revealed that nearly a quarter of girls show significant symptoms by the age of 14.
A Suffolk woman, who claims she was sexually assaulted by an engineer who visited her home to repair her tumble dryer, has denied making up the allegations as part of a “fantasy”.
A man accused of being involved in an attack which left a Lowestoft man with serious head injuries has denied being present when the alleged assault took place.
A teenager suffered a “horrific” wound to his shoulder, which needed 18 stitches, after being slashed with a meat cleaver during a late night attack in Lowestoft, a court has heard.
A former lecturer who escaped to Ireland after being convicted of having indecent images of children has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.
A drink driver who swapped seats with a passenger during a high speed police chase has been jailed for eight months.
A Lowestoft man, who downloaded indecent images of children, has been given a suspended prison sentence.
The number of parents lodging appeals after their child is refused a place at their preferred secondary school has more than doubled in the last four years.
Talks are under way about setting up crisis cafés across Suffolk to provide out-of-hours support for people struggling with mental illness.
A popular coastal museum has been given a revamp – thanks to a team of office staff.
A van driver, who drove at double the speed limit during a police chase, has narrowly avoided an immediate prison sentence.
A drunk driver swapped seats with a passenger during a high speed chase, which was recorded on a police car’s dash-cam, a court has heard.
A two-car crash at Blythburgh caused traffic delays after a road was partially blocked for almost two hours.
Organisers have hailed the success of a joint folk music festival.
Young mums and their children have enjoyed a special teddy bears’ picnic at the seaside.
A documentary about the rise and fall, and rise again, of Lowestoft rockers The Darkness is being made by one of the world’s most sought after photographers.
Members of Lowestoft Aviation Society recently visited RAF Marham.
Trinity Methodist Church in Lowestoft was the perfect setting for the world premiere of the musical based on the biblical story of ‘Ruth’.
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