Hundreds of people battled the elements to enjoy a colourful antiques and vintage fair at Ipswich’s Trinity Park.
A man from Ipswich has appeared in court in Essex charged with indecent exposure and breaching a court order.
It was one of Ipswich’s best-loved, award-winning restaurants for many years - but do you remember Old Orleans at Cardinal Park?
The government’s response to the first wave of coronavirus is generally regarded as having been “too little, too late”.
Dire warnings have been given that people in Ipswich are “at risk of losing their homes” after bailiffs were given the go-ahead to restart evictions.
A ‘brave’ girl born 12 weeks premature while her parents were on holiday in the Dominican Republic has attended school for the first time.
An Ipswich man found to have two “lethal” firearms and ammunition in the boot of a car has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
A popular Ipswich pub has set up a new group in the hopes of getting more men to discuss their mental health.
A eco-friendly “smart living research laboratory” could be built on Martlesham’s Adastral Park.
A Suffolk hotel manager who “molested” a schoolgirl has been jailed for nine months.
More than £1.1million is being committed to a fresh three-year campaign in tackling county lines drug operations – with specialist hubs set for Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds.
The Orwell Bridge will remain at high risk of closure until 7pm - due to predicted 50mph winds battering Ipswich.
An inquest into the sudden death of a much loved father who ‘touched so many hearts’ has opened.
A government-funded scheme supporting families in need during the coronavirus crisis will continue for a further 12 months in Suffolk thanks to fresh investment by Suffolk leaders.
Highways England has said it is on standby to close the Orwell Bridge in Ipswich as wind speeds pick up on Friday afternoon.
Vandals trashed a car in Ipswich before stealing the battery, radio and dashboard camera.
The air ambulance has landed in Christchurch Park in Ipswich after being called out to a medical emergency.
An Ipswich Town mad fan is taking on a 26-mile charity challenge after a brain tumour left him unable to walk properly.
Decorative ornaments missing atop one of Ipswich’s key historic buildings will be restored after more than 70 years.
A 31-year-old Ipswich man who downloaded indecent images of children has been given a community order.
Ipswich MP Tom Hunt writes about the latest Covid-19 restrictions in his latest weekly column.
From geocaching, to drive-in movies and being the first person in the UK to see the sunrise – here are 11 Covid-friendly activities to keep families entertained in Suffolk this weekend.
With staggered start times, face coverings and class ‘bubbles’, school days across Suffolk and Essex have become very different to what children and parents are used to – how have you found it so far?
The trial of an Ipswich man who was arrested after an alleged stabbing will take place next week.
A man has suffered head injuries after being involved in a collision with a van in the car park of Tesco at Copdock.
A drive-in movie night at Ipswich’s Trinity Park is to be held to help launch a new charity with the ambitious goal of “ending homelessness” in East Anglia.
Excited children will get to see this year’s popular Rudolph Run in Ipswich despite Covid-19 - after organisers confirmed: “We are confident that we can safely deliver Rudolph for all volunteers and the public.”
School leaders in Suffolk have expressed their “concern” over the increasing coronavirus infection rates as we look ahead to the winter.
More than 300 students in Suffolk and at least six members of staff have been sent home for 14 days after confirmed cases of coronavirus.
There are now more than 30 places to get your Costa Coffee fix in Ipswich, as the coffee shop market continues to grow – but how are independent cafes standing out from the big chains?