A coastal town is set to lose one of its most unique stores after more than three decades of trading.
A Suffolk holiday firm has invited more than 600 former Thomas Cook employees and their families on a seaside getaway.
Deciding where to eat in Suffolk can often be a tough task.
The owner of a Chinese takeaway has revealed how an unexpected bout of depression led to a damning zero food hygiene rating which nearly cost him everything.
A seaside town's Jack Wills store has reopened, hours after bailiffs were seen changing locks and warning staff away.
The closure of Tesco Metro stores across East Anglia could trigger a domino effect across the region's towns and high streets, experts have warned.
Suffolk and Norfolk are lagging behind the rest of the country and must stand up and fight to secure future prosperity.
Shocked food hygiene inspectors have slammed a Chinese takeaway claiming staff did not know the "difference between clean and dirty".
A newsagent whose business was destroyed by a jilted arsonist has praised new sentencing guidelines which take into account the psychological toll victims .
A Suffolk holiday park has been given the go-ahead to build a large caravan site near a Grade II* listed church.
A Suffolk holiday park is planning to build a new caravan site further inland to save its static caravans and lodges which are at risk of falling into the sea.
For David Patrick the last year has been one long nightmare - and there is still no end in sight.
The East of England Co-op has reported a 33% rise in underlying trading profits to £5.6m during the year it celebrated its 150th anniversary.
A hotel and wedding venue has been reborn as a bed and breakfast just one month after its sudden closure.
Store closures and job losses are expected after struggling retailer Bonmarche was taken over at a cut-price rate of just £5.7m.
A deal which would have seen a former high street cafe transformed into a Belgian chip shop has fallen through because the large fryers would not squeeze into the kitchen.
Veterans have praised a monthly meeting club which allows them to socialise among their 'brothers and sisters' - as well as providing care for mental and physical injuries suffered during their service.
A fatal house fire which claimed the life of a man in his 80s is not being treated as suspicious.
A man has been arrested after falling asleep in the middle of a bus lane.
A Suffolk MP baffled social media users after interrupting the prime minister's Brexit grilling to raise issues about Lowestoft high street shop closures.
Up to 280 people are set to lose their jobs after a health care trust announced its likely closure.
A mother-of-three who lost almost three stone in time for her wedding day is hoping to inspire other women with her weight loss.
This beautiful close-up wildlife shot of a hunting Kingfisher enjoying a spot of lunch has been crowned The Journal's Picture of the Week.
Plans to build 200 new homes in Halesworth have been approved for the second time despite objections from the town.
A fun fair which has entertained families for generations is set to make a welcome return to a market town.
Police have revealed 151 knives were deposited into a town's knife amnesty bin during a week-long crackdown.
Drivers are being warned to expect delays as 11 days of roadworks get under way.
Teenage vandals have been playing in an abandoned care home filled with asbestos.
The former site of Britain's most easterly gin bar is on sale for £250,000.
A pick-up truck has been stolen from outside a home during an overnight robbery.