Survivors of genocides across the world movingly spoke at a Holocaust Memorial Day event held in Suffolk about the importance of stamping out all forms of discrimination.
Hospitals across Suffolk and Essex say they are following government advice as the coronavirus continues to spread across the world.
Ipswich currently has more than 400 empty businesses - see them all on one map.
A 33-year-old man was due to appear in court today charged with two counts of rape in Essex.
Police are seeking witnesses to a car crash that left two people injured.
A busy road in Kesgrave is now open after a pump failure caused the road to flood.
Sir Tom Jones is the latest star to be unveiled as a headline act for this summer's Newmarket Nights concerts.
Ed Sheeran was pipped to another Grammy win last night, with American singer Billie Eilish beating him in the Best Pop Vocal Album category.
Kim Kardashian West has shared a picture on Instagram with her son Saint dressed in a shirt from an independent Newmarket designer.
A rise in council tax for Colchester residents has been criticised, with opponents saying its rulers have funded "gimmicks" instead of public services.
Another shop is moving out of Ipswich town centre, with Whittard of Chelsea announcing it intends to close.
An early version of the Orwell Bridge report is now public - what do you think should be done to keep it open?
Colchester Zoo's baby white rhino finally has a name - and celebrated the occasion by rolling about in the mud.
The risk of homes flooding in one Essex village poses such a high risk to life that families must move out over winter, a planning inspector has said.
Drugs, mobiles and cash were seized by officers as they arrested a man for three drugs offences in Ipswich.
A new rollercoaster coming to the Essex seaside is designed to bring more thrill seekers to the attraction.
Colchester's LGBT+ history will be told in a series of walking tours through the town's historic castle.
Raiders targeted the Marks and Spencer Foodhall at Martlesham Heath, stealing a "large quantity of cash".
A man was lifted out of a first floor window by firefighters using aerial equipment after he began suffering from breathing difficulties.
A pedestrian who died after being involved in a crash with a lorry near Bury St Edmunds has been named by police.
A college in Essex is back on the right track following a monitoring visit from Ofsted.
The case of a woman stabbed to death in Newmarket will be referred to the police watchdog because the victim had previously contacted Suffolk Constabulary.
Fresh calls have been made for a £1million buyer to snap up a former pub site on Clacton's seafront - with a view to turning it into much-needed housing.
Ipswich's BMX riders have their sights set on a new track in 2020.
One of the killers of Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens appears to have posted to Facebook from prison.
Air pollution could cause more than 7,000 deaths in Suffolk and Essex this decade - that is the warning from the British Heart Foundation, which calls the situation a "public health emergency".
A sudden downpour didn't dampen the moods of dog walkers in Ipswich on the first Dachshund walk of the year.
A company that allowed 30 people to live in a former care home with no hot water and blocked toilet has been fined more than £10,000 for housing regulation breaches.
Town fans donated more than 70 pairs of boots of African schoolchildren at the team's 4-1 victory over Accrington Stanley yesterday.
One of Ipswich's empty shops could become a 1940s-themed cafe under new planning proposals.