A date has been set for an inquest into the death of speedway star Danny Ayres, who died suddenly in February.
More than 30 libraries have reopened across Suffolk as community services continue to return following the the coronavirus lockdown.
Three fire crews have responded to an electrical fire at a bungalow in Felixstowe.
A metal works in Ipswich could be facing closure, putting 85 jobs at risk, according to a union.
Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has called for controversial plans to build a new orthopaedic centre in Colchester to be reviewed during a debate in parliament.
Work to create a number of emergency cycle paths and walkways which aim to provide more space for people during the coronavirus outbreak have begun in Ipswich.
The manager of a fun-filled soft play area has hit out at government guidelines which she says unfairly impacts smaller businesses.
A fire which tore through a Suffolk house leaving a family homeless is thought to have been caused by a mouse chewing through the power cable of an outdoor freezer.
Plans to make emergency changes to road layouts in a bid to improve space for walkers and cyclists have received an unexpected boost worth nearly £40,000.
Pubs and bars reopened across Suffolk yesterday, with thousands of people heading out after three months of lockdown.
A new barbershop which has opened in a Manningtree gym has enjoyed its first day in business.
Plans for an 85-home estate alongside land for a new village hall and play area in Bacton have been approved.
We took a trip to three of the town’s most popular pubs – Isaacs, The Greyhound and The Woolpack – to find out.
Outside seating areas and further cycling provision will be introduced into Ipswich town centre as the second phase of its reopening after the coronavirus lockdown begins on “Super Saturday”.
Suffolk charities and voluntary groups faces a “tsunami of issues” in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
A pair of beavers which were introduced to north Essex as part of a natural flood defence scheme have had two healthy kits bolstering their “work force”.
A big-hearted boy whose younger brother suffers from a rare genetic disorder is taking on a running challenge to raise money for Ipswich Hospital’s Children’s Appeal.
The White House Surgery in Mildenhall is set to close and relocate in a bid to meet the growing needs of an increasing patient population.
Vans, trailers and trade waste will now be accepted at tips across Suffolk as the county council continue their phased approach to reopen recycling centres to maximum capacity.
Plans for a controversial housing development which could see almost 300 homes built in a Suffolk village have been withdrawn amid mass local objection.
Business chiefs have warned of a “wasted opportunity” if improvements to the A14 are left out of the prime minister’s £5bn post-coronavirus recovery plan.
Plans to turn a Grade II listed village pub in Coddenham into a house have been submitted after attempts to sell the disused premises failed.
A mobile post office is to temporarily replace services at Sicklesmere corner shop, which was devastated by a flash flood brought on by torrential rain.
There has been no further increase in the number of children who have headed back to school - with nearly 2,000 students now back in some format.
Construction work on a new 65-home estate in Haughley has got under way a year after plans were initially approved.
Firefighters have tackled a huge blaze at a large guest house near Bury St Edmunds.
A third person has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man fell to his death from the third-floor balcony of a flat in Duke Street, Ipswich.
Local campaigners have said the “battle for the soul and integrity of East Suffolk” has begun after the final proposals for Sizewell C were revealed by energy giant EDF.
The final proposals for Sizewell C on the Suffolk coast have been revealed by energy giant EDF – and these are the key points.
A woman was stroked on the backside while cycling though a busy street in Ipswich town centre - prompting a sexual assault investigation.