A pedestrian who died after being hit by a lorry is claimed to have stepped in front of a car just days before the fatal crash, according to a witness.

Vast swathes of countryside could be sacrificed for a £1billion new infrastructure project deemed "critical" in meeting the nation's energy needs.

One of the region's biggest academy trusts is calling on agencies to cut profits after its supply staff bill more than doubled to over £1.2m last year.

The former owner of an estate agents which went bust owing thousands of pounds after being sold to an ex-employee has spoken of the challenges overcoming the damage caused.

Hopkins Homes' appeal to remove Melton Bowling Green's listing as an 'Asset of Community Value' has angered neighbouring residents, who fear it will lead to more housing on the site.

A convicted paedophile, who was banned from the UK, managed to sneak back into the country and work with vulnerable children where he then sexually assaulted a colleague.

Landlords say they feel "failed by the system" after receiving just a fraction of the £28,000 of tenants' deposits and rent that went missing from an Ipswich estate agents.

Suffolk's 'best small farm' could be partially bulldozed to make way for a new road serving Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Wage bills for academy managers have soared by almost a third, despite schools facing a funding crisis.

A body-builder's claim he was sexually abused at a boarding school has encouraged more than a dozen new alleged victims to come forward.

A first-aider who rushed to help a pedestrian killed in a crash said the dead man appeared to have just left West Suffolk Hospital.

Patients sharing their experiences of the region's hospital emergency departments have praised staff for providing excellent care amid increasingly challenging circumstances.

A terminally-ill former foundryman has pleaded for access his pension fund so he can provide for his partner after death.

A legal challenge has been launched to block controversial proposals for 100 new homes, described as 'cheese wedges' by opponents.

A gym apprentice has claimed his employer failed to pay his wages in full, leaving him broke and living at the YMCA.

Villagers whose properties would be affected by a bypass included in Sizewell C plans, claim energy bosses are trying to pressure them into submission.

Hospital emergency departments across the country are in the midst of a winter crisis - and we want to know what your latest A&E visit was like.

Surging sea levels due to climate change could mean new power station Sizewell C is cut off by the water within decades, a top scientist has warned.

Vulnerable young people are being placed in accommodation where drugs are rife and specialist support is lacking, a care worker has claimed.

This map shows the sites across Suffolk and north Essex where councils want to build more than 85,000 homes in the coming decades.

The growing cost of nuclear power could mean 'game over' for Sizewell C, experts claim.

Campaigners fighting the mass-expansion of Suffolk's intensive poultry industry have said a recent bird flu outbreak should act as a wake up call to authorities.

Energy bosses have been accused of "serious mismanagement" of two wind farm projects leading to unnecessary destruction of Suffolk's countryside.

Suffolk communities could expect to benefit from the "biggest boost to the economy for a generation", if Sizewell C follows the same course as its sister project in Somerset - or years of disruption and stress.

As part of our series about Suffolk's 'Energy Coast' we look at concerns over the impact energy developments are having on the region's beautiful landscapes on which its multimillion pound visitor economy depends.

A Facebook post calling for highways bosses to tackle Orwell Bridge closures is the most viewed political advert on the social media site by Ipswich's would-be MPs this election

Energy bosses say Suffolk's role at the "epicentre" of the industry is expected to accelerate in the years to come.

Campaigners and politicians have called on the Government to pause the expansion of the energy industry in Suffolk, which they fear will turn the countryside into an "industrial wasteland" and hit tourism.

With its chocolate-box cottages, charming tearooms, and famous Gothic church, Lavenham regularly features among list of the "most desirable villages".

A major immigration raid near the Suffolk coast has sparked renewed calls for stronger border protection.

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