Gritting teams in Suffolk have treated enough miles of road to travel around the world more than four times.
More than £250,000 is to be pumped into a new three-year project to help prevent people becoming destitute and sleeping rough on the streets of a Suffolk town.
Nearly 10,000 books, CDs and DVDs have gone missing from Suffolk libraries in three years, new figures show.
Families have had to “fight every step of the way” to get help for the children with the greatest needs in Suffolk.
Plans to alleviate traffic congestion during roadworks in Oulton Broad have been revealed.
Suffolk County Council payments to care providers are set to go up substantially after the new budget for the authority was approved by councillors.
It was a devastating blaze that led to 150 people losing their jobs as a prominent food factory was destroyed.
Suffolk County Council is looking for two young people to co-host an awards ceremony shining a light on those who have gone the extra mile to improve education in the county.
A road in the village of Wangford has been temporarily closed after a crane overturned causing damage to the road surface.
A severe flood alert has been issued for Lowestoft tomorrow evening.
As we reach the end of the year, it is appropriate to pause and reflect on what a momentous year 2016 has been.
They are said by some to be a generation failed by a town’s past of low educational standards.
A family taken to court for going on holiday during term time has had their case withdrawn at the last minute.
Improvements to reduce lengthy delays and ease frustration for motorists at a notorious level crossing have been completed.
It had a £33million increase in public funding last year and is run by an unelected body, influencing decisions which affect people everywhere in our region.
Highway bosses will receive hundreds of thousands of pounds extra to tackle potholes in Suffolk next year, the EADT can reveal.
Leaders at a district council are to seek an urgent meeting with the government to see if they can keep the prospect of a Suffolk-only devolution deal alive.
A church youth football academy has received a financial boost which is set to benefit many young aspiring football stars.
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.
Investment in state-of-the-art equipment and “forging ahead” with blue light collaboration has put Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) at the forefront of modern firefighting in Britain.
A community leader has raised concerns after ambulance crews took more than hour to attend the scene of a road accident.
For some, the demolition of a historic former biscuit factory which fed our hungry seamen is a loss to a coastal town’s heritage – whereas others believe it will revive an area which has long been in need of regeneration.
Firefighters from Lowestoft are tackling a barn fire in Mutford.
A battle for safety improvements at a busy junction is set to continue after a man died following a motorcycle crash.
Firefighters were called earlier this morning to a gas cooker fire at The Anchor pub, Walberswick.
The Lowestoft office of the North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is to open its new doors at St Margaret’s House, in Gordon Road, for the first time on Tuesday (August 30).
The controversial idea of an elected mayor across East Anglia has been defended by a Suffolk Council Leader who says the individual could be a “champion for business” in the area.
It is one of the area’s most historic, best-loved venues which makes audiences laugh, cheer and cry – and reaches out beyond the stage into the community.
A voluntary group is aiming to raise awareness about autism so more people can understand how it affects families and individuals.
“We need to make sure intolerance isn’t brought into our community” – that is the message from community leaders across Waveney today after fears a rise in hate crime is taking place under the radar.
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