A mental health hospital has been shut down after a recent inspection brought to light a number of damning incidents of malpractice.
Business owners have warned that disruptions to the food supply chain “will only get worse” if the current shortage of HGV drivers is not resolved.
Crews were called on from across Norfolk and Suffolk to attend the incident
Watch footage of the moments after what may be an authentic Banksy was discovered at a Suffolk Church
A village church is on tenterhooks after discovering what appears to be an original Banksy left on an altar at a community art exhibition.
An poultry firm has found itself under the spotlight once again after footage was released showing chickens before being taken to its slaughterhouse.
Residents were almost brought to tears yesterday after discovering root killer plugs had been drilled into the base of a 25-year-old willow tree.
The firm has promised to open an investigation after animal rights campaigners discovered processed chicken legs in crates with live animals.
Residents celebrated the opening of the fridge on Tuesday, which will provide free food to residents in the community.
Pupils at a Suffolk high school have decorated a nearby skate park after with was daubed in racist graffiti.
The would-be owners of a Suffolk pub have spoken of the incredible support they have received from fellow villagers after their purchase fell through.
The remains of a previously unknown medieval wooden bridge have been discovered, with experts believing they could date back to as far as 1200 AD.
A lifelong Arsenal supporter will be gritting his teeth and sporting a Tottenham shirt for a day to raise money for a defibrillator in his town.
Council officials have got to work repainting a skate park after it was daubed in racist graffiti last month.
Police remain at the scene.
Ministers will trial the the system in Suffolk, which will see residents alerting to imminent public health threats.
Police have been dealing with the incident since 11am this morning.
Wreaths were laid across the county, with one branch partnering with a parish council to put on an impressive commemoratory display.
A churchyard was filled with silhouettes of soldiers in a touching display to commemorate VE Day last weekend.
A decision on whether weight restrictions will be introduced for HGVs passing through a Suffolk town is expected soon, council bosses have promised.