A 16-year-old girl has been leading the way to bring free school meals to those in need in her village.

Concerns have been raised after a hospital trust in our region recorded a high number of patient safety incidents.

Over 200 people have signed a petition in opposition to plans to increase the annual parking fee for car parks in East Suffolk.

A Woodbridge man who annually turns his home into a house of horrors has presented his latest offering – a spooky haunted maze.

An Ipswich artist has been attracting global attention for his portrait of Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran.

Essex Police have confirmed they will be reviewing the case of Simon Dobbin following his death on Wednesday morning.

The British Army have confirmed this afternoon that a Woodbridge-based soldier has tested positive for Covid 19.

Football fan Simon Dobbin, who was left fighting for his life after being brutally set upon at a football game, has died five years after the assault - just months after the last of his attackers was released.

Suffolk’s very own Mr Bean impersonator has been out and about helping his local community in Felixstowe after a year which saw him at the heart of the coronavirus pandemic.

New figures have broken down where coronavirus cases have been reported in communities across Suffolk.

The latest Government data has shown splits between districts in Suffolk and north Essex.

An inquest into the death a baby girl whose body was found at a recycling centre in Needham Market has been set for later this month.

The second phase of bridge strengthening work has begun in Snape this morning, leading to two weeks of diversions around the village.

A teenage girl was one of three people injured following a car crash in the early hours of the morning.

Police and ambulance crews were called to the A140 this afternoon following a collision involving a car, a van and a lorry.

A former lollipop man has been sentenced to time in prison after admitting breaking a prevention order just weeks after it came into force.

New data has broken down neighbourhood by neighbourhood where coronavirus cases have been found in the past week.

Delays have been reported on the A14 at the Orwell Bridge this afternoon after a car broke down.

An Essex school has shut its doors until after half term following a number of Covid 19 cases at the school.

A Victorian church in Ipswich has been put up for sale and could be turned into a family home, according to agents.

Developers are hoping to build 75 new homes in a Suffolk village.

Firefighters are currently pumping out the basement of a hotel on the outskirts of Ipswich.

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has backed plans for new “freeports” which could help areas like Felixstowe and Harwich.

Suffolk homebuyers have been some of the thousands making the most of the stamp duty holiday on property.

Tributes have been paid to an Ipswich great great grandmother who was a lively and caring member of her community.

New Government data on coronavirus infection rates has shown how case numbers are changing in Suffolk and north Essex.

Former Suffolk school boy Jon Courtenay was celebrating after ‘making his family proud’ this weekend by winning ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent final.

The Government’s latest coronavirus data shows a smaller increase in cases in Suffolk.

All lanes of the Orwell Bridge are now fully re-open following flooding issues earlier in the day.

The R Rate has risen in the East of England according to the latest coronavirus figures, and is now above the England average.

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