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A multi-million pound link road to take construction traffic to and from Sizewell C could be ripped up once the proposed power plant is open, it has been suggested.
England cricket World Cup final hero Ben Stokes has been made a Lord - of Sealand, the tiny self-proclaimed principality seven miles off the Suffolk coast.
Sizewell B has welcomed its 40,000th visitor to the power station since reopening to the public in 2012.
Villagers have lodged strong protests over a developer's proposals for a 2,700-home 'garden village' - saying it will lead to the "unwanted urban sprawl" of Ipswich destroying precious countryside.
An independent boarding school is delighted with the praise it has received from Ofsted inspectors after its new rating saw it graded as Good in all areas.
Emergency beds for rough sleepers are to be provided in two Suffolk towns as part of a Government-funded £300,000 project to cut the number of vulnerable people on the streets.
Firefighters and a farmer are currently tackling a fire in a 60-tonne store of chopped logs at agricultural premises near Ipswich.
It was fancy dress and floats galore as fun-lovers flocked to the 50th annual Trimley Carnival.
One of the key players plotting England's downfall in the final - taking place at Lord's in London - went to St Joseph's College.
Objections have been lodged over plans to redevelop part of Waldringfield Golf Club with 58 holiday chalets.
Closure of the M&S store in Felixstowe is being blamed for a big drop in customers and trade in the town centre - leading some shops to close early.
Emergency services were called to Ipswich Waterfront's busy one-way system this morning after a car overturned.
One of Suffolk's best-known landmarks is to be saved from the sea - dismantled and rebuilt to become a museum for future generations.
Youngsters have been encouraged to care for the area and love where they live by an inspiring drama-based anti-litter project.
There were celebrations at Suffolk's cathedral as a record number of men and women aged from their 20s to their 60s were ordained to serve in communities across the county.
Villagers fighting to stop major development in the Suffolk countryside have launched an online crowdfunding bid to get wider support for their legal fight against one of the country's wealthiest institutions.
A search has been launched to find an operator for a beachside café/restaurant to be built as part of a multi-million pound seafront regeneration project.
More than 50 authors are in Felixstowe this weekend as the resort hosts its seventh annual festival for book-lovers and writers.
Two young people's singing groups from Ipswich and Lowestoft are joining forces this weekend to perform a new community opera.
Community leaders have reassured families if health visitor numbers are cut services will still "provide the best care" for the children of Suffolk.
Recruitment of specialist staff to help provide a high level of mental health treatment is under way following the death of a young Ipswich woman.
A Suffolk MP has voiced fears that plans being considered to cut the number of health visitors in the county could have a significant impact on families.
A coroner has asked mental health chiefs to ensure patients gain access to treatment they clearly need following the death of a 22-year-old Ipswich woman.
Some community leaders have been left disappointed after learning that a near-£1million grant for a seafront regeneration project will not be spent on the work they had hoped.
An important Suffolk wildlife site is to play a key role in tracking the migration of a tiny rare bat which flies hundreds of miles every year.
For nearly 50 years Butlin's holiday park at Clacton brought families to the Essex coast and in 1973 there was an extra special attraction at the camp - larger-than-live Disney ch
A new faith project which involves people meeting in small groups in homes, pubs, offices, schools and other places is helping to boost the number of people involved with church in Suffolk.
Children can now take part in one of Suffolk's fun, muddy obstacle courses - thanks to construction of a new junior and family course.
Detailed proposals have been unveiled for a 2,700-home 'garden village' near Ipswich - described by its developers as a "self-sufficient new settlement".
Scrambling - as a lot of Suffolk folk call it, but officially motocross - has been popular across the region for decades.