March 2 2015 Latest news:
The Prime Minister has unveiled a five-point housing programme as the final theme in the Conservative general election manifesto.
A fundraising appeal for an abandoned foal found on the side of the road in north Essex has smashed its target.
A teacher has been taught a good-humoured lesson in honesty by her primary school pupils, in front of a television audience of millions.
One-handed concert pianist Nicholas McCarthy came to Bury St Edmunds yesterday, where his “incredible” performance and life story inspired special needs pupils at The Priory School.
Suffolk film director Mat Kirkby has won his first Oscar.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a man was caught on CCTV camera beating his dog.
A huge blaze ripped through a large thatched property in the Suffolk countryside, destroying much of the roof and a large part of the first floor of the family home.
A teenager who was airlifted to hospital after suffering a heart attack in Lowestoft yesterday has died.
A pet food factory with up to 50 workers inside was evacuated when a major fire threatened to spread to 30,000 litres of acid.
Chinese school students have chosen artefacts from Essex and Suffolk museums to go on display back home.