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An Ipswich man dedicated to tackling the scourge of beach litter has received a Points of Light award for his efforts.
A Suffolk MP is to hold a public meeting for constituents regarding Brexit.
Campaigners have reacted to public safety concerns raised at Hollesley Bay, following an inspection by HM Inspectorate of Prisons.
Rock Barracks is staying open, according to Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, as the Woodbridge army base prepares to take on a new specialist capability.
Officials have refused to confirm when triple murderer David McGreavy will walk free - or if he is already out in the community - after he was cleared for release from a Suffolk prison.
Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey is set to urge Marks & Spencer to change their mind over the controversial decision to close their Felixstowe shop.
Columnist Iain Dale says this week's events in parliament show the big gap between some MPs and the people they are supposed to represent
Unity Schools Partnership have been announced as the preferred new provider for Felixstowe Academy and Langer Primary.
The MP for Suffolk Coastal has spoken out about her month-long stay in hospital after a nasty ear infection went "disastrously wrong".
The independent body responsible for triple murderer David McGreavy's release has insisted it will never free dangerous criminals until it is "convinced" it is safe to do so.
Theresa May has won the confidence vote on her leadership of the Conservatives - but has promised MPs she will not lead the party into the next General Election.
Suffolk's Tory MPs look set to vote together to support Theresa May in Wednesday night's confidence vote on her leadership - but in Essex the picture is somewhat different.
Conservative MPs from across Suffolk and Essex have been making their views known on Theresa May's vote of confidence which is set to take place this evening.
MPs have urged caution amid calls for the government to seize control of the region's failing mental health trust.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services failed to materialise, the industry watchdog has said.
A man who killed three small children and impaled their bodies on railings more than 40 years ago has been cleared for release from a Suffolk prison - prompting fear in the local community.
MPs in Suffolk and Norfolk hope to meet with regulators over the future of the region's crisis-hit mental health trust before Christmas, it has emerged.
Residents have voiced their concerns about the introduction of convicted sex offenders to Hollesley Bay prison at a meeting with their MP.
Suffolk MPs have been joined by county council leader Matthew Hicks in a new bid to secure government funding for a new by-pass around four villages on the A12.
Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has responded to the news that the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) is to give up control of two Felixstowe Schools.
An academy trust which has come under fire from concerned parents is to relinquish control of two Felixstowe schools amid government pressure.
Suffolk council chiefs have been accused of playing "backdoor politics" to push through proposals for a massive substation in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Three Suffolk MPs are to have a meeting with roads minister Jesse Norman in a bid to ensure that plans for a new Four Villages By-Pass to open up the "Energy Coast" remain on track.
A straw which disintegrates in hot water is being introduced at one Ipswich bar as it joins the fight against single-use plastics.
Suffolk's Conservative MPs have held a meeting with Education Secretary Damian Hinds in a bid to get more support to deal with the county's crisis in special needs education.
Admirers of a picturesque Suffolk high street vying for the title of Britain's best are being urged to back a final push for votes.
Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has renewed her calls for academy provider AET to withdraw from Felixstowe Academy "for the benefit of pupils".
Therese Coffey, the MP for Suffolk Coastal, has lended her support to Woodbridge's Great British High Street Awards bid.
Justice minister Rory Stewart has said sex offenders will only move to a Suffolk open prison if it does not put the public at risk.