January 28 2015 Latest news:
There is nothing Mat Kirkby likes more than to saunter up the road from his Shottisham home to enjoy a pint at the Sorrel Horse.
A Procession of Light led by a concentration camp survivor was held at the University of Essex to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, while a service was held on Clacton seafront.
Nine Suffolk children’s centres are to close their doors and see their services moved to other venues in a cost-cutting move by the county council.
Rendlesham has famously been the focus of extra-terrestrial speculation in the past – is it about to become so again?
Pupils were shocked when an alien spaceship crash landed on a school field at the beginning of a series of activities for science week.
Last year they carried out 84 missions, helping those in need around the region’s waterways. Reporter Edmund Crosthwaite joined Felixstowe Coastguard Rescue Team as they staged a dramatic training exercise.
A woman has reported being sexually assaulted in Newmarket last night.
A man has described his shock after a lorry ploughed into his kitchen while he sat in the room next door.
A section of Woodbridge Road East damaged by a burst water main on Monday is likely to stay closed until Monday, January 26, a week after the damage was spotted.
An Essex man has been banned from driving for three years after he admitted a string of road offences committed on New Year’s Day.