A mother from Beyton is on a mission to raise awareness about type 1 diabetes after her son was rushed into hospital when he was just two years old.
Lou & Boo, Little Cherubs Children's Wear and Gold Unicorn Clothing will all have stalls at a show dedicated to bumps, babies and toddlers this weekend.
Get ready to run, jump and skip at this family friendly fitness festival dedicated to making exercising fun.
A brave 25-year-old has spoken out about her decade long struggle with her mental health, how she overcame it and now wants to help others.
Suffolk star Ed Sheeran has swapped his microphone for a tree top in his latest cameo appearance in a viral video.
A west Suffolk property which has seven bedrooms and enough parking for 10 cars has gone on the market.
Lunar fanatics experienced an early Easter treat last night with April's full moon gracing the skies of Suffolk and Essex.
Children forced to spend the Easter break in hospital will have a slightly sweeter time thanks to the hard work of Spencer Morten, 7.
The owners of Jacey's Cafe in Ipswich have swapped cakes and chips for trainers and long walks as they drop seven dress sizes between them.
More than 35 tails were wagging at Woodbridge's first ever Easter egg hunt for dogs.
Trading Standards are urging the public to stop using a number of products as they do not pass safety regulations.
TV legend Steve McFadden swapped Albert Square for Ipswich on Thursday night to kick-start the Easter bank holiday weekend. Do you recognise anyone in our gallery of the night?
Ipswich backpackers held at gunpoint and tiny kittens rescued by firefighters were two of our top stories this week - make sure you have read our top five here.
Work has started to transform the garden at the Blue Cross centre in Wherstead - but more volunteers are needed in order to complete it.
The criminals put behind bars this week will be locked up for a combined total of more than 11 years. Find out why here.
Parachuting, meeting alpacas and hovercrafting are among the best days out in Suffolk according to TripAdvisor ratings. But how many on the list have you tried?
An expensive coffee meet-up and the future of a former trampoline site were two of our top stories this week - make sure you have read our top five here.
Opening hours of chemists will be altered over the bank holiday weekend so make sure you are aware of when your local will be open with our guide.
A couple from Ipswich have ticked off a major goal from their bucket list after opening up their own barbers/coffee house before their 50th birthday.
Spring has sprung - and adorable lambs are winning the hearts of the public in farms all over Suffolk. So where can you see the cutest spring lambs?
It was announced yesterday that Debenhams had entered administration, a move expected to lead to store closures and job losses. But what happens now if you have gift vouchers to use or items to return?
World-class horse racing, fabulous fashion and musical entertainment is returning to Newmarket Racecourse for its annual three-day extravaganza.
Greggs is recalling a batch of its mini sausage rolls as they could be "unsafe to eat" and a "safety risk".
Take a look at the party animals who were showing off their best dance moves in Yates in Ipswich on Saturday.
The criminals put behind bars this week in Suffolk and north Essex will be locked up for a combined total of more than 10 years.
Spend the weekend catching up with the stories you may have missed including details of the Colchester Carnival and the fastest recorded speeds clocked by police in Suffolk.
To mark Deliveroo's second year of trading in Ipswich they have released their most ordered items - but are your favourites on the list?
The Colchester Carnival is set to make a return after a two year break - find out when it is, who the new organisers are, and what guests can expect here.
Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart and Sonic the Hedgehog are all set to take over the Cornhill in Ipswich.
Trading Standards are urging the public to check their cupboards after they have recalled a number of household items.