Prostitution has returned to a town's streets, police have said, although not of the scale seen in 2006 when five sex workers were murdered.
A teenage boy who is missing from Bournemouth could be in Suffolk, police have said.
The experts from various sectors have given their verdict on the announced changes.
Over 36 Suffolk schools have experienced 50 or more cases since the start of term, Public Health Suffolk confirm.
Public Health chiefs in Suffolk are set to call in national support teams to aid Covid-19 efforts around vaccinations, outbreaks and communications.
Services have been disrupted this morning as a person has died after being hit by a train.
Final planning permission has been approved for a new logistics park off the A14 which will create more than 1,100 new jobs.
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An investigation into increasing permanent school exclusions has found disproportionate numbers of SEND and BAME youngsters being ousted.
More than 50 per cent of people in Suffolk are continuing to wear face masks in indoor public places all the time, according to a new survey.
An investigation is underway into a Suffolk factory blaze and police believe a dog, first thought to be missing, was stolen.
Tools were stolen from a van in a public car park yesterday.
A man who was arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a young woman last weekend has been released on bail.
A Suffolk couple who have personally experienced baby loss have raised thousands for a miscarriage charity through candle sales.
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A man has been arrested and is being held for questioning by Suffolk Police following a sexual assault.
Fire crews were rushed to the scene of a house fire this evening.
Drivers faced long delays this afternoon following a two-vehicle crash.
Suffolk councillors are backing a Government bill that will allow communities to contribute to local renewable energy production.
Suffolk County Council has condemned demonstrations by Insulate Britain, and called on campaigners to demonstrate in ways which do not disrupt lives.