The flu vaccine is offered free each year to children, but due to the coronavirus pandemic may be even more at the forefront of parents’ minds this winter.
A popular Christmas attraction is putting its Santa’s grotto online in an effort to “keep everyone as safe as possible” due to Covid-19.
A schoolgirl from Suffolk said she is spurred on by the community’s support as she compete’s in the Britain’s Got Talent semi-final tomorrow night.
An ambitious £5million project to restore the roof of the famous Rotunda at the National Trust’s Ickworth has been completed.
Artists and gallery owners have spoken of the “critical state” of the industry due to lockdown and then social distancing measures.
Lockdown gave an aspiring artist from Ipswich the gift of time to pursue his work - and after only a few months he is on his way to becoming professional.
A cordon has been lifted at a Haverhill industrial estate following a large-scale chemical incident.
A survey will help understand how the use of digital services has impacted on people’s ability to access healthcare.
A new food and drink trailer is providing refreshment to visitors of Needham Lake this summer before new facilities are open.
The story of Saint Edmund, the child king of East Anglia, is very much part of the fabric of this area.
The tide reveals many things - and on this occasion it was this this wreck at Shotley Pier.
The weekend will continue to be warm and dry tomorrow daytime, but the evening may see the start of stormy weather.
A mum has spoken of the “anguish” she and other village parents are suffering after being refused school transport for their children.
Parents and psychologists have spoken of the mental health struggles children have faced during lockdown – and as the return to school looms anxiety for some is on the rise.
A charity that supports isolated communities has been awarded lifeline funding of more than £40,000 that will allow it to keep all members of staff working for the next six months.
Security guards, taxi drivers, care workers and nurses are among the roles with the highest number of coronavirus-related deaths, new figures show.
Gusts of up to 35mph are expected today, as well as plenty of sun and the odd shower.
A great-grandmother has described feeling “sick” after her lovingly-tendered village garden in Elmswell was vandalised.
A missing 16-year-old girl who went missing from Ipswich on Wednesday has been found safe and well.
The high temperatures and humidity of this week will be replaced with cooler weather and showers this weekend.
A headteacher at a Bury St Edmunds school has said she is keen to use cash from the government’s Covid catch-up scheme to help students most at need.
As some pupils settle back into the school routine, some parents across Suffolk who made the decision not to send their child back on June 1 are now questioning whether they too should attend.
A nursery provider has said it is keeping “life as close to normal” for children as it reopened closed settings.
Childminders are being banned from picking up or dropping off children from some schools, it has emerged, which is another blow for a sector struggling during the coronavirus crisis.
A mum who battled possible coronavirus at home alongside her husband while trying to care for their young child has spoken of her anger at Dominic Cummings’ actions during lockdown.
At the start if this year Emily Nicholls from Ipswich took on the biggest fight of her life – a cancerous brain tumour.
A talented young singer from Bury St Edmunds has received a standing ovation from the Britain’s Got Talent celebrity judges and the audience.
Parties are cancelled so how have parents been ensuring their children have a wonderful time on their lockdown birthday?
School and nursery leaders in Suffolk have spoken of the challenge of trying to provide a welcoming yet safe environment for returning children next month.
Pregnant women once again have the choice of home births in Suffolk and north Essex after it had been on hold due to the coronavirus crisis.