The chairman of a popular golf club is imploring the public to follow self-isolation guidelines after people were seen picnicking and sunbathing on a course in Ipswich over the weekend.
Two design and technologyh teachers are leading the charge to protect community workers by 3D printing ‘vital’ protective visors.
Planning applications are often some of the most controversial issues debated in local communities across Suffolk.
Five schools from across Suffolk have converted to academy status in a bid to work together in a new partnership.
More that 650 people have died in the UK from coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
A family has been left homeless after a fire started by a candle destroyed their home in Walton-on-the-Naze.
Suffolk is set to see the warmest day of the year so far on Sunday - prompting calls for residents to be sensible and observe coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Since the government implemented more stringent guidelines for self-isolation in response the coronavirus outbreak, many of Suffolk’s busiest town centres have virtually shut down.
A date has been set for the inquests into the deaths of a 19-year-old mother and her two-year-old son who were found in their Ipswich home.
Plans for a new glamping site on a former stables in Whitton have been submitted.
Plans for a 34 home estate in a Suffolk village have been refused over concerns that an ‘important’ view would be ruined.
Designs for more than 100 homes which were controversially given permission for a rural village in Suffolk have been revealed.
Businesses across Suffolk are helping those in need during the coronavirus outbreak with acts of kindness.
An army of student nurses from the University of Suffolk are preparing to support the health and social care system during the coronavirus crisis.
Three people have died at Colchester Hospital in the past 24 hours having contracted coronavirus.
The number of patients who have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk now sits at 100 after 13 people tested positive in the last 24 hours.
Plans for a new play barn and animal welfare integration point at a leading Ipswich dog charity have been given the go ahead.
Plans for a chicken breeding farm that would house up to 30,000 birds have been given the go-ahead by council officers.
The winners of the Suffolk High Sheriff’s Awards 2020 have been announced on a special live show on BBC Radio Suffolk after the annual awards ceremony at Wherstead Park had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a new government scheme which will aim to recruit 250,000 NHS volunteers to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak.
Six more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk, bringing the total to 28.
A patient who was diagnosed with coronavirus has died at West Suffolk Hospital.
More than 1,400 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours, the biggest rise so far.
A crushed wire in an electric armchair lead to a fire which killed a 77-year-old man in his flat in Ixworth, an inquest has heard.
A man who died after being hit by a car near Copdock in December has been named.
West Suffolk hospital have confirmed they are treating a patient who has tested positive for coronavirus.
Suffolk’s chief constable has said people in the county must follow government guidelines on staying indoors and social distancing.
The Prime Minister issued what appeared to be a final warning for people to abide by coronavirus social distancing measures or face tougher restrictions in the coming days.
Three more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk, bringing the total to 18.
Council staff could be redeployed into frontline social care services, it has emerged, as party leaders in Suffolk unite to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.