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More than 300 businesses in Felixstowe have the opportunity to decide if they want to be part of scheme to champion their interests.

Coronavirus

A task group to bring under control soaring costs of big infrastructure projects in Suffolk has been operating for nine months, it has emerged.

Matthew Hicks

Fresh questions are being raised over the escalating costs of major highways infrastructure projects in Suffolk in the wake of the £34million increase in the Lake Lothing Third Crossing project.

Matthew Hicks

Costs to build a third crossing over Lake Lothing in Lowestoft have ballooned by more than £34million, latest data has showed.

Matthew Hicks

A former soldier who was told he may not walk again after a crash on the A12 has defied the odds to hike 360 miles across the UK.

Colchester

Google ‘farmer purple flowers’ and you’ll be greeted with glorious images of a north Essex farmer amid a stunning array of his flowering echium crop.

Coronavirus

A “respected and knowledgeable” former chairman of Leiston Town Council, who taught two members of The Beatles when training to become a teacher, has sadly died at the age of 86.

Suffolk Live

Five people have been sentenced to time in prison over the last seven days – including a former Ipswich man who was jailed for life for murder after a victim of an assault died three years later.

Ipswich Live

High streets in 12 Suffolk towns are to get a major boost after hundreds of thousands of pounds were approved for a project to provide free Wi-Fi and footfall tracking.

Suffolk

Ever-rising amounts of traffic mean there is an “urgent and pressing need” for improvements to the A12 along the Suffolk coast, MP Dan Poulter has warned.

Suffolk Live

Africa Alive! in Kessingland, near Lowestoft, is reopening this week - to the delight of animal lovers across Suffolk. But how will a trip to the popular animal park be different after Covid-19?

Coronavirus

More towns in Suffolk are set to be visited by mobile coronavirus testing stations as the government looks to double those mobilised.

Coronavirus

An inquest into how a father-of-three died following an arrest at Pakefield’s Pontins Holiday Park has been delayed while the family appeals a decision not to charge anyone with his death.

Suffolk Live

Providers behind two of Suffolk’s three specialist speech and language schools which have been confirmed for closure have opted not to run new smaller units.

Suffolk County Council

A patient in their 60s has died at a ward in Carlton Colville after testing positive for Covid-19 – the first coronavirus death at the county’s mental health trust.

Coronavirus

More than 5,000 crimes were reported in Suffolk in February – see them all on one map.

Ipswich

As everyone gets used to spending a lot more time at home - we want to know what new hobbies you are trying and what you hope to get done.

Suffolk New College

All of the pharmacy opening times across Suffolk in one place.

Coronavirus

A cheque for billions of pounds, poised finely on a bridge spanning a lake in Lowestoft – as much at risk of staying put as falling into the water.

Suffolk County Council

A six figure sum has been earmarked to help continue youth employment projects in Suffolk following the closure of MyGo.

Ipswich

A man who deliberately ploughed into a pedestrian with his Land Rover has been jailed for three years.

Lowestoft

Parents of autistic children across Suffolk have shared their frustrations about how long it has taken for their children to be assessed.

NHS

Greater Anglia’s new trains caused yet more woe for commuters this morning as two main commuter services on the East Suffolk Line were cancelled due to faults.

Greater Anglia

A rare book which details how two innocent women were found guilty of witchcraft at a Suffolk court has sold at auction for £7,020.

Lowestoft

A six-figure fund has been set up for improvement works in East Suffolk town centres to combat declining business turnover and negative perceptions.

Lowestoft

It sounds almost impossible that anyone could ever believe it - yet a Suffolk court with the highest legal brains in the land was convinced two evil witches deserved the highest punishment possible.

Bury St Edmunds

Fresh fears have been raised over specialist speech and language provision in Suffolk, after education chiefs refused to discuss plans following the announced closure of one facility.

Suffolk County Council

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