The Red House - a “very special Grade II listed family home” near Woodbridge, has come on the market and could be yours for £1.5m.

A nursery near Felixstowe which was put into special measures last year has gone into administration making six people redundant.

Suffolk-based cruise line Fred. Olsen has vowed to return “better, safer and stronger than ever” after the government urged people to avoid travelling on cruise ships during the coronavirus crisis.

Two branches of Frankie & Benny’s in Suffolk are to close as coronavirus deals the chain another blow.

Jobs in East Anglia are at risk as Boots has said it expects to cut more than 4,000 jobs because of the “significant impact” of Covid-19.

The chancellor’s summer ‘mini-budget’ saw him bring in measures to get young people into employment, stimulate the housing market and help the tourism and hospitality industries – here’s how Suffolk reacted.

A fire has caused “extensive damage” at a Colchester Zoo coffee shop after a malfunction within the ice cream freezer.

Plans to build a 5G mast 200m from an Ipswich primary school have met with resistance from residents of the area.

Venues across Suffolk lit up red last night to draw attention to the beleaguered events and hospitality industry.

A petition to help save aviation jobs in East Anglia has received more than 10,000 signatures within 12 hours of being set up.

An “eye-watering” new survey has shown the unprecedented impact of Covid-19 on Suffolk’s economy – but the first signs of recovery are also starting to show.

A man in his 20s has died following a crash close to Highpoint Prison in Stradishall.

Three men were rescued from the water by Felixstowe Coastguard – leading to pleas for people not to attempt rescues on their own.

Covid-19 has had an impact on all aspects of life, from work to play and it will effect loans and mortgages for many years to come as the nation’s economy battles through the oncoming recession.

A pet charity is looking for help rehoming a deaf blind stray cat found wandering the streets of Ipswich.

Suffolk New College is working with two Ipswich Town legends to send students to coach sport in African schools.

Lockdown has pushed many couples to breaking point, claim a Suffolk law firm after seeing a dramatic rise in the number of divorce enquiries.

A masked man was knocked out attempting to stab a man in Clacton early on Saturday morning.

A man has been arrested after police discovered a cannabis factory in Ipswich.

Coronavirus was “the final nail in the coffin” for a trampoline park and a soft play centre in Ipswich, and the owners have now appointed administrators.

Sometimes, when out on a walk, my dog will eat grass, writes Angus Williams.

A Great Blakenham haulage firm has gone into administration owing more than £175,000 due to Covid-19.

Church leaders across Suffolk are calling for people to join a 24-hour vigil marking one month since the death of George Floyd.

Union members are deciding whether to hold strike action at a major Suffolk haulage firm, as 12 jobs go due to restructuring.

A barn was set alight in a suspected arson in Washbrook, near Ipswich – now police are looking for witnesses.

A Suffolk camp site owner is “ecstatic” to be reopening in July, but says they will not be able to welcome people in tents.

No new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at hospitals in Colchester, Ipswich or West Suffolk, according to numbers from NHS England.

Three men have been arrested in connection with modern slavery offences in Ipswich.

A partly-moated manor house near Lavenham has hit the market for £2,350,000 – making it one of the most expensive properties on sale in Suffolk.

A Grade II listed house built for the boss of one of Ipswich’s most famous companies has come up for sale.

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