Independent restaurants and cafes in Ipswich say they have been as busy as a Saturday since the Eat Out to Help Out offer began this week – with owners praising the “brilliant” scheme for bringing footfall back.

Suffolk has recorded its first week of no coronavirus deaths since the disease arrived in March, new data reveals.

Caravans have pitched up in a field off Bramford Lane in Ipswich – 10 weeks after a group of travellers were moved on from the same site.

Going, going, gone – here we take a look back at some pictures of the Orfordness Lighthouse as the landmark’s final bricks are removed.

A new interactive map shows which independent pubs, restaurants and cafes are taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme here in Suffolk.

Doctor’s surgeries in Suffolk are performing better than the national average, according to new figures. Find out how yours ranked in our searchable table.

Prices of meals out will be slashed by 50% from today using the government’s new Eat Out to Help Out scheme – with more than 900 pubs, restaurants and cafes taking part in Suffolk and north Essex.

Tourists are being urged to leave Dedham and “return another day” if they are unable to park responsibly, following safety concerns over the volume of traffic along the River Stour.

The cheapest places to live in Suffolk are in Ipswich and Lowestoft, while the most expensive is in the heart of Constable Country, new figures reveal.

People in Suffolk appear to be more willing to visit pubs, restaurants and use public transport than the UK average, Google tracking data reveals.

A new development off Bramford Road is launching in Ipswich this month – with sustainable homes “built for the future”.

Test your family and friends on their general knowledge and how well they know their home county of Suffolk with these 50 pub quiz questions.

Hundreds of visitors flocking to picture-postcard Dedham have left local roads in chaos, with the area now like “a Butlin’s holiday camp”.

Foodie fans will be able to get their hands on their favourite meals from Nando’s, McDonald’s, and Wagamama for half the price in August using the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Colchester Zoo’s crowned crane pair Charles and Camilla have welcomed two healthy chicks to their ‘royal’ family.

A music-loving Ipswich man, who doctors thought wouldn’t live past six months old, has died at the age of 39 after his heart suddenly stopped beating.

A mum-of-two from Ipswich who couldn’t fit into her clothes and said her weight had become a hindrance at work, has transformed her relationship with food during the lockdown.

The family of a 14-year-old boy who tragically took his own life after struggling to deal with his mother’s death have vowed to “make it normal” for boys to talk about mental health to help prevent future tragedies.

A popular pub near Sudbury is closing for two weeks after it was discovered that one of its customers who visited has coronavirus after a routine test.

Drivers heading from Colchester towards Ipswich will face diversions as works to resurface and renew road markings on the A12 goes ahead.

A bench in memory of a well-known builder and carpenter from Newmarket has been stolen by heartless thieves from the town’s cemetery.

Customers who visited the Shoulder of Mutton pub in Assington on Friday are being warned to be wary of any coronavirus-like symptoms after a fellow diner tested positive.

The death of a man from Stowmarket has been recorded as suicide by a coroner, who said his family “could not have known” about his intentions.

The family of speedway star Danny Ayres, who was due to ride for Ipswich Witches this summer, said he “did not get the help he needed” in the lead-up to his tragic death.

Three men have been sentenced to time in prison in Suffolk over the last seven days – including a man who attacked a 62-year-old at The Cricketers pub.

Holidaying close to home is proving to be popular with Brits following the coronavirus pandemic – so where can you go for a short getaway while also helping boost the country’s tourism industry?

Noah’s Ark – the giant floating museum which retells Biblical stories – will continue to welcome visitors at Ipswich Waterfront until next year.

Parents are being warned not to put face coverings and masks on young children - especially those with embellishments, dummies and ribbons attached.

Police have been investigating whether mysterious white chalk marks left outside homes are linked to a spate of dog thefts - with some pet owners in Suffolk saying they feel “paranoid and frightened” they are being targeted.

Plans have been submitted to build a food storage centre near the A12 in Ardleigh, which could create more than 300 permanent jobs.

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