Police have confirmed a body has been found in the search for 82-year-old Brian Nunn, who went missing from his Suffolk home two weeks ago.
As temperatures rocket across Suffolk and Essex, the RSPCA is warning dog lovers not to take their pets out in the heat.
Two dramatic thunderstorms will make way for scorching temperatures today - with the mercury set to hit potentially record-breaking heights tomorrow.
Weather experts are predicting a change in fortunes for East Anglia - with yesterday's cloud making way for sunny spells and true summer temperatures.
Shocking new data has revealed Suffolk salaries are being stretched ever thinner by sky-high rent prices.
Community heroes have been celebrated for their invaluable contribution to life in Suffolk and Essex.
The family of a six-year-old boy who died suddenly after contracting meningitis are today seeking answers at a jury inquest into his death.
A prison workers' union rep has warned life on the frontline has spiralled "out of control" as new figures reveal the number of assaults at HMP Highpoint have more than doubled since 2011.
Work has officially begun on a ground-breaking project to restore a precious corner of East Anglian wetland and create a new nature hub spanning 1,000 acres.
New figures show the number of Suffolk children vaccinated for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) is falling year on year - prompting concerns that the deadly diseases could resurface.
It was a day to remember for sausage dogs across the nation - as hundreds of dachshunds and their human companions flocked to Southwold for a record-breaking attempt.
Thousands of people in Suffolk are cheating on their partners because couples "cannot afford to divorce", a dating site for married people has claimed.
Suffolk and Essex will once again bask in spring-like conditions this week, as any remnants of past storms are replaced with sunny spells and patchy cloud.
A Suffolk wildlife sanctuary has criticised government plans to curb the population of non-native species by forbidding rescue centres from releasing sick animals back into the wild.
New figures reveal one in five Suffolk schools have no male teachers - raising questions over a lack of role models for boys in early education.
Police blocked off a road in Halesworth following concerns for the welfare of a man who was initially believed to have a firearm.
A 21-year-old man who died in a Lowestoft flat was killed by a combination of pneumonia and overdose, an inquest heard on Monday.
One person has been treated for minor injuries following a country road crash near Halesworth.
It's looking to be a very dry week, according to forecasters in East Anglia - with temperatures across the region feeling unusually mild for this time of year.
One of the UK's largest media groups has revealed it will be taking over Celador Radio - which runs five stations across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
Street lamps will be turned into Wi-Fi hubs and road sensors will be trialled as part of a futuristic makeover for Suffolk roads.
Several social media accounts believed to be 'inciting sexual activity' from Suffolk children have been disabled by moderators.
Parents are being warned to watch out for several social media accounts alleged to be 'inciting sexual activity' from children in Suffolk.
Part of Halesworth town centre will be closed for three days next month to allow for repairs following a fire that ripped through two Grade II listed flats above the town's newsagents.
Pro-European activists will be taking to streets across Suffolk to have their say ahead of Theresa May's key Brexit vote next week.
An application to build 190 new homes in Halesworth will be considered by councillors at an extraordinary meeting next week.
A Southwold pub has pulled out all the stops to protect itself as spring tides are expected to threaten parts of the Suffolk coastline.
The number of people killed on Suffolk roads has fallen by nearly 50% in just one year.
The MP for Suffolk Coastal has spoken out about her month-long stay in hospital after a nasty ear infection went "disastrously wrong".
The independent body responsible for triple murderer David McGreavy's release has insisted it will never free dangerous criminals until it is "convinced" it is safe to do so.