The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk has risen to 42, an increase of seven.
A disused medical centre is set to be brought back after planning permission was granted for a complete refurbishment.
Schools all across the UK will close indefinitely as of next week to combat the spread of coronavirus - but some in Suffolk have shut on Friday as a precautionary measure.
A public hall that had been saved from closure after an outpouring of community support has had to shut its doors due to fears of spreading coronavirus.
There have now been 81 cases of coronavirus confirmed in the east of England - with the number of cases in Suffolk at three.
A community leader has appealed to planning authorities in a last-ditch attempt to prevent a large housing development being approved due to fears over second home ownership.
Emergency services were at the scene of a crash between a lorry and a car near Halesworth which blocked a road.
A man who deliberately ploughed into a pedestrian with his Land Rover has been jailed for three years.
The number of children in Suffolk and Essex receiving places at their first-choice secondary school has risen slightly after several years of decline.
Suffolk parents and children are being warned of the dangers of social media after a shocking viral craze left youngsters all over the world injured.
Community leaders are voicing their concern that some properties in a new housing development could become second homes.
Red-faced council bosses have withdrawn proposals for a new sign that had been submitted to their own planning department by mistake.
A compromise on controversial enterprise hub plans in a Suffolk seaside town may be sought after community leaders clashed at a public meeting.
A community effort to save an historic public hall has succeeded after sufficient funds were generated - much to the delight of trustees.
Police have thanked the public for their help after a missing teenage girl from Lowestoft was found safe.
Community leaders are set to clash as they prepare to debate controversial plans to create an enterprise hub in a Suffolk seaside town.
A disused medical day centre in Suffolk may be brought back after refurbishment proposals were submitted to planning officials by NHS Property Services.
Road closure fees are to be waived for celebrations commemorating the end of the Second World War, authorities have announced.
Rail passengers are facing disruption this evening after a tree fell onto the line near Halesworth.
A museum exhibition celebrating and retelling the story of an historic public hall has been scheduled in the hope that the venue will remain open.
Discussions are ongoing over who manages a historic Suffolk harbour - with lawyers saying the committee should consist of both community leaders and other interested parties.
An award-winning wedding cake company is opening a pop-up cafe on the Suffolk coast as part of a new venture.
Alternative proposals to controversial plans to build an enterprise hub in a seaside Suffolk town are to be presented at a town council meeting next week.
Proposals for councillors in East Suffolk to hike their allowances up by £2,600 has prompted a wave of public anger.
Trustees of an historic public hall say they are hopeful it will remain open, despite fears it may be forced to close at the end of March.
Places of worship throughout Suffolk have benefitted from a £1.8million scheme aimed at repairing and protecting historic buildings.
Suffolk residents have provided a mixed reaction to the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to ‘step back’ as senior members of the Royal family.
Fears are being voiced that redevelopment plans for Southwold police station could result in more holiday homes instead of the badly needed affordable housing the town needs.
The organiser of a popular sausage dog walk that attracts visitors from all over the country has said she was inspired to raise money for charity after her dog was left paralysed.
The A12 near Wangford has been partially blocked after a crash between a Mercedes and a Ford car.