Plans for a new 80-home development in Grundisburgh have attracted more than 200 objections – but the developer says it is “suitable and meets local needs”.
A bicycle ride that takes participants through Suffolk villages in aid of childrens’ medical research is going ahead in a ‘Covid-safe’ manner.
Eighteen workers at the Bernard Matthews turkey processing plant near Halesworth have tested positive for Covid-19.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to after an Ipswich bus driver was allegedly assaulted after challenging someone who wasn’t wearing a face mask.
Armed police raided an address in the Whitton estate in Ipswich on Monday afternoon.
Highways England has said it is on standby to close the Orwell Bridge in Ipswich as wind speeds pick up on Friday afternoon.
Vandals trashed a car in Ipswich before stealing the battery, radio and dashboard camera.
The air ambulance has landed in Christchurch Park in Ipswich after being called out to a medical emergency.
Traffic is building on the A12 towards Ipswich after a van collided with the central reservation.
A lorry has collided into gates at Bury St Edmunds’ Greene King brewery, prompting a large emergency service response.
A Kersey pub landlord is tying the knot with her husband-to-be in one of the final marriage ceremonies before the number of permitted guests is slashed.
Proposals to increase lorry trips in and out of Hadleigh Quarry by around 1,500% have been blocked by planners.
A scheme to build five new homes in Otley has been refused by planners.
More than 30 Suffolk business and education leaders have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging the government to recognise the “urgency” of approving the Sizewell C project.
A 15-year-old boy shot in Kesgrave two weeks ago remains in a critical condition in hospital, police have confirmed.
Members of a ‘cosmopolitan’ Ipswich street are continuing daily meet-ups outside their homes which they started during lockdown - more than six months after restrictions were first introduced.
A boy from Stowmarket who doctors feared would only live for another two weeks after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer at four months old is preparing to start school.
Ipswich market traders and shoppers have expressed fear at the potential of a second lockdown - with concerns it would have a ‘devastating’ impact on businesses and the economy.
A survey has revealed the majority of Suffolk and Essex residents are opposed to a second nationwide lockdown - but the health secretary has warned the country is at ‘tipping point’ in the fight against coronavirus.
One of Britain’s smallest pubs has made its long-awaited return after the lockdown having secured a permit to serve punters on the pavement.
Police have warned motorists to expect delays on Monday morning as they escort a 52-tonne tank through Suffolk.
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A scheme to build 33 new homes on a country lane in Bucklesham, on the outskirts of Ipswich, has been given the green light.
Firefighters were called out to a shed and fence blaze in Ipswich.
Villagers are continuing their campaign to reopen a pub that has been closed for nearly eight years - despite fresh plans to convert it into a home.
A Suffolk pub which has closed and reopened several times in recent years is welcoming back customers once more after the coronavirus lockdown.
A developer has launched a bid to build five new homes just off the A14 in Stowmarket.
The University of Suffolk has risen seven places in the Times’ higher education guide - but it still ranks as one of the lowest in the country.
Major union Unite has called on the government to approve plans for Sizewell C nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast - arguing that 10,000 jobs are “in the balance” over the project.
The government has said it is exploring financing options for Sizewell C after plans were scrapped for a nuclear power station in Wales.