It is a momentous day as it marks the first time in 16 months that the majority of legal restrictions adopted during the pandemic have come to an end.
Suffolk's chief constable has thanked residents for their help in bringing the coronavirus case rate down but has urged them not to get complacent.
Two Suffolk protestors who were part of a blockade which cost a print firm £1 million have been given conditional discharges after being convicted.
In today's podcast, we've got the latest updates on a murder investigation which was launched after a man died at a Suffolk guest house.
The widow of a judge, who was cleared of historic sex abuse charges, has called for those accused of crimes to stay anonymous until they are charged.
Local figures have been sending their messages of support to Gareth Southgate and his England team ahead of their semi-final showdown vs Denmark.
This village property built in 2017 incorporates a host of modern technologies with eco-friendly living in mind.
Boris Johnson has told the public it's up to them to keep themselves safe as he prepares to tear up coronavirus restrictions.
In the latest podcast we've got advice for drivers as two months worth of roadworks are set to get underway in the county.
Ed Sheeran has been speaking with Suffolk News' sister radio station about his new single, the county and parenthood.
A police officer who unlawfully killed a former Ipswich Town footballer by Tasering him to the ground and kicking him in the head has been jailed.
England kick-off against Germany at 5pm today at Euro 2020: Here are our choices for the best songs to get you ready to cheer them on.
Part of a stylish former Georgian manor house in the heart of a village is up for sale.
In this week's podcast, we have reaction as Matt Hancock steps down as health secretary, and hear his resignation speech in full.
Appointed health secretary in 2018, Matt Hancock has been a prominent figure for the government during its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lloyds Banking Group has faced anger after announcing the closure of 44 branches across England and Wales.
A policeman who Tasered an ex-Ipswich Town footballer and then kicked him twice in the head has been cleared of murder but convicted of manslaughter.
One Britain One Nation Day is due to be celebrated in schools and designed to instil pride.
A well-known Suffolk fashion store is keeping its fingers crossed after customers put it forward for another top award.
With parents worried about spreading Covid at parties, and a no-blow candle in production, has the pandemic ended the tradition of candles on cakes?