The coronavirus “rule of six” comes into force in England this week, meaning any social gatherings of more than six people will break the law.
Listen to a roundup of this week's top stories, including the arrest of a teenager over a shooting and school pupils having to self-isolate.
A Suffolk man who went on a violent rampage at his girlfriend’s barbecue has been jailed for six months.
Hospital bosses have admitted a grandfather of seven who died from sepsis probably would have survived if he had been taken for further tests.
Pizza Hut, which has branches in Suffolk, has revealed plans to shut 29 of its 244 UK restaurants, in a move that will put about 450 jobs at risk.
A teenager accused of the attempted murder of a schoolboy in a shooting in Kesgrave this week has appeared in crown court.
Boris Johnson has formally announced that from Monday it will be illegal to gather in groups of more than six.
New rules banning social gatherings of more than six people are “absolutely vital to protect life”, a Suffolk MP has said.
A 15-year-old has appeared in court charged with the attempted murder of a boy of the same age who was shot as he walked to school in Suffolk.
Social gatherings of more than six people are to be banned in England in an attempt to control the spread of coronavirus.
Orgainsers have announced Parkruns are set to return across the country at the end of October.
On International Literacy Day a leading reading charity has given advice to parents who are worried their children have fallen behind in lockdown.
Costa Coffee has announced up to 1,650 jobs could be axed as it struggles to recover after the coronavirus lockdown.
The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague has said police have been unable to reassure her that bones found in bags in a river are not her son’s.
The next storm to hit Suffolk will likely be called Aiden, according to The Met Office's list of names for the coming year.
Hundreds fewer people are working for the civil service in Suffolk than five years ago, despite large rises elsewhere across the UK.
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The number of occupied hospital beds at two Suffolk NHS trusts dropped sharply during the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic, new figures reveal.
After days full of grey skies brought by Storm Francis, people in Suffolk have been warned to expect more thunderstorms and rain.
Disadvantaged secondary school pupils in Suffolk are more than 18 months behind their better-off peers, new research reveals.