March 31 2015 Latest news:
A Suffolk heritage railway museum have been making the finishing touches ahead of the first event of a busy programme in 2015.
Anyone with information about the murder of James Attfield is being asked to “test their conscience” one year on from his death.
A remarkable four-year-old from Lowestoft has been recognised for her extraordinary bravery by Suffolk police, after dialing 999 when her mum collapsed.
A Colchester man whose life was saved when quick-thinking colleagues used a defibrillator is backing a new campaign from the ambulance service.
Two very different locations, two very different stories, two big challenges for the Ipswich-based Children’s Theatre Company.
A man held up an Ipswich post office this morning demanding cash from a female attendant.
A huge crowd gathered to wave off an intrepid grandmother who is cycling around Britain in aid of charity.
Fun fundraising activities have been taking place across Suffolk and Essex as part of Red Nose Day.
A charity fundraiser who sparked an armed manhunt after being seen in full camouflage and carrying what appeared to be a gun has been given strong words of warning by police.
A pilot project to help young people learn vital skills hopes to launch in Walton.