Residents across Suffolk have been doing their bit to raise money and awareness for Children in Need.
A small number of properties have been flooded after a water main burst in the early hours of this morning.
A man has been sentenced after purchasing a car worth £11,638 on his employer's account and privately reselling it and pocketing the money.
Eight senior clergy from Suffolk are to be recognised for their service to the church with honorary canons.
A bowling club ‘legend’ who celebrated his 90th birthday earlier this month has been presented with a book of original cartoons by his club captain.
A college is to run a number of online talks with business leaders next week, encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in its students.
The fallen dead have been remembered at a special Armistice Day service held in the centre of a town.
A woman who now works for Macmillian Cancer Support is urging others to keep having check ups after her own intuition led to a cancer diagnosis.
Two railway bridges have featured in a Network Rail list of the most hit in England.
A woman decided to regain some semblance of normality for her community amid the ever-increasing disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Students and teachers have been settling into life at a new state of the art sixth form college which, when full, will house close to 2,000 students.
Two pedal cycles, power tools and an emergency first aid kit were stolen from a garage last month.
A kebab shop is donating all the money it makes from one night of business to the NHS to say thank you for the work they do.
More than a hundred people spent one evening wide-eyed when a church put on a lights display in its garden.
A man who works at a crematorium where he single-handedly created an impressive ‘secret’ garden has been recognised for his efforts with an award.
A yoga instructor and wellness adviser is calling on the Government to reconsider its approach to new guidelines on leisure and sports centres.
A county's police chiefs will give residents the chance to posit questions they have about policing in the region in an online web chat this evening.
Recycling centres across Suffolk are to remain open from Thursday, albeit on an appointment only basis.
Four tractors were targeted and red diesel syphoned from them.
A county court has closed its doors after five members of staff tested positive for coronavirus.