We bring you the latest news and results from the count.
Two people found dead in Newmarket last week have been named by police following post-mortem examinations.
A rare World War Two beret has fetched £21,700 in an auction in Stowmarket, breaking previous records.
Police are appealing for information after two cars were set on fire in Thetford.
Thetford Grammar School welcomes back its most famous pupil after 270 years, in the form of a one-man play.
The chairman and first team manager of a Thetford football club is getting ready to conquer Ben Nevis to raise money for a mental health charity.
The Charles Burrell Museum, in Thetford, had its ‘Grand Opening’ day to start its new season on Sunday.
Pixel, a one-year-old cat, brushed with death after swallowing more than 50 hair bands.
A fail to stop collision in Bury St Edmunds where two vehicles were damaged is being investigated by police.
A motorcyclist was seriously injured during a collision in Weeting.
Further details of the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour in Suffolk on Monday, June 10, have been announced today.
Lawyers from 16 law firms around the area have raised a record £40,391.43 by working for donations rather than their normal fees.
Lackford Lakes Centre, which is part of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust celebrated the launch of its Weekend Wildlife Club at the start of the month.
Runners got into the Easter spirit early with their fancy dance as they took on the second Run Breckland 5km Easter Bunny Run in Thetford on Sunday.
The arc Shopping Centre, in Bury St Edmunds, will host a fun Easter day on tomorrow, between 11am and 3pm.
Building work to help a six-year-old girl in her Beck Row home has been completed after an appeal raised nearly £5,000.
The Bear Inn, in Beyton, is hosting its second Gin Festival, starting today.
More people could be living in Suffolk over the next five years than previously thought.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said there were 'no immediate plans' to close RAF Wattisham when he met personnel there today.
A 71-year-old man from Stowmarket was left helpless as part of a large tree fell on his bungalow this week.