A restaurant owner has been fined for failing to close his business after customers were found eating food inside the premises, breaching Covid rules.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is self-isolating after receiving an alert from the NHS Covid-19 app.
An academy has closed two critical worker bubbles after two pupils remained in school while living with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
A new Netflix film reimagines the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo - and features one Suffolk musician.
The weekend figures for breaching lockdown rules since Friday included a man driving around three hours to have some takeaway by the sea.
Eight trains serving Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket will be scrapped every day from next week, Greater Anglia has said.
A 35-year-old man has been jailed for more than 20 years for a number of child sex offences.
The charity has also called on the hubs to book people from the same area to receive their jabs at the same time, to help expedite the rollout.
A musician-turned-artist who started the business she dreamed of since the age of seven has thanked people for loving her work during her first year.
A new book has has been put together showing the changes that have taken place in a village in 2020.
A GP Federation has addressed concerns over the unexpected closure of four vaccine centres, as it moved to reassure over-80's about their jabs.
A new police operation is set to crack down on motor vehicle crime, burglary, and criminal damage in West Suffolk.
Popular annual festival has been cancelled again, it was announced today.
To mark Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, two Suffolk mums are sharing their experiences of battling the disease and urging others to get tested.
Potential travel issues and flooding is expected in Suffolk after the Met Office issued a yellow weather alert for rain.
The Health Secretary has spoken about his Good Morning Britain interview dubbed 'one of the most excruciating pieces of British political TV ever'.
Honouring the deserving champions Boris Johnson applauds as 'an inspiration to us all'
Joao Vale de Almeida said he hoped the situation would improve in the coming weeks but extra paperwork and checks were a result of Brexit.
Royal Colleges have come together to dispel misinformation circulating online.
The First Minister said that reopening schools was a priority but it would not be safe to have all pupils back from the start of February.
Town are hoping to tie up a loan deal for a former England Under-20 international wide man currently with a Championship club, according to reports.
Long Melford Community Trust vice-chair Rob Bowden provides an update on the £730,000 Stoneylands improvement project.
A report claims that an ex-Manchester United player could arrive at Portman Road today.
A pub owner is looking for help from businesses able to stock and sell his award-winning beer.
Here, he looks back at a turbulent year and asks us to get behind local businesses as they fight to survive. After a period of uncertainty, Lee found his rhythm and found himself rising to the challenge
If you're looking for something to do or simply some inspiration, Maria suggests venturing into the kitchen and donning your chef's hat. . .
Frustrated by lockdown and not being able to make the most of his favourite seasonal ingredients, Zack's dreaming of springtime