Motorists have been urged to find alternative routes as emergency services deal with a collision which is between two towns.
A 50-year-old man will appear in court today following the death of Dr Antonella Castelvedere.
In today's nostalgia, we go back to 1962 when 1,600 guests flocked to a wedding which required special train services.
An investment firm has agreed to extend a loan by an extra £5.45 million for a 47,000 sq ft warehouse at a business park.
A Mexican restaurant and a café in two Suffolk towns triumphed at a national awards ceremony.
An air ambulance and the fire service were called to an accident at a town skate park.
Communities across Suffolk joined the nation to light beacons to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee tonight.
Police, the ambulance service and air ambulance were called to an incident on a housing estate.
A hospital trust is celebrating its volunteers and has highlighted the efforts of seven people – and one dog – who give their time to help patients.
A road was closed to clear the carriageway of oil after a vehicle fire.
Police, the fire service and ambulance service were called to a crash in a town.
The Platinum Jubilee flypast will soar across the Suffolk skies later today.
The A11 near a town has reopened after it was shut for much of yesterday due to a three vehicle crash.
A cinema legend celebrating his own jubilee and an 80-year-old secretary in her seventh decade at a US airbase are among those recognised in the list.
Police have launched a manhunt for a convicted drug dealer who has absconded from Hollesley Bay prison.
Two people were taken to hospital after the collision which has caused extensive damage to a central reservation barrier.
The daughter of a woman who had a double leg amputation after contracting a form of sepsis has praised the community’s kindness towards an appeal.
Two burglars who broke into a home escaped after they were interrupted by the residents returning home.
In today's podcast, reporter Kaia Nicholl chats to us about the Suffolk Show which is in its second day.
A taxi driver has branded council plans to increase fees and charges ‘another kick in the teeth’.