Police have found a man who had gone missing in Suffolk.
Suffolk awoke to flurries of snow today - with the warning from experts that more bad weather is coming.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 47-year-old man from Suffolk.
In the latest podcast, we discuss the burial which saw hundreds of people gather at a cemetery, dog thefts in the county and renaming two pubs.
Last month, Callum Parke lost his grandmother to Covid-19 and he is now calling for care homes to be prioritised in the fight against the virus.
The first coronavirus lockdown saw the demand for and prices of puppies rocket, with dog thieves having cashed in on the lucrative market.
A Suffolk football club are running to the end of the earth and back to help raise funds and keep people connected.
Suffolk saw a sharp rise in the number of people on furlough in November and December, as the second lockdown forced thousands back on to the scheme.
More than one million meals were snapped up in Suffolk during the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme last year, it has been revealed.
Paperchase has secured a rescue deal preserving around 1,000 jobs and the majority of stores after tumbling into administration.
A new project aims to remedy the lack of horse riding opportunities for young people in the headquarters of British horseracing.
Users of the Facebook app will have access to a personalised 'news' service from this afternoon including content from Suffolk News.
A man who led police on a car chase, weaving between traffic and through red lights has avoided months in jail due to a delay in charging him.
The latest SuffolkNews Podcast covers the school where two critical worker bubbles have been forced to close, Covid-19 fines and Netflix film The Dig.
A man was amused when he spotted the perfect outline of Donald Trump - cast in the shadow of his laundry basket.
A petition has been set up and signed thousands of times, including by several hundred people in Suffolk, calling for a change to driving test rules.
Chief constable Steve Jupp shares his update during the third lockdown, adding 'we are now at a critical point in the fight against the virus'.
A grim milestone has been reached this week as it's revealed 1,000 people have now died in Suffolk after contracting Covid-19.
A new planning group has been set up to oversee recommendations on how a district council’s planning committee operates.
Iceland has announced plans to recruit 3,500 temporary workers to cope with the increased demand from the latest national lockdowns.