Fare-dodging cost 25 travellers more than £10,000 when they appeared before magistrates in Ipswich last week.
Suffolk brewers Adnams have stirred up storm in a beer glass by extolling the virtues of “Mighty Norwich City” while not having a shop in Ipswich, their own county town.
Rail company Greater Anglia has been given approval to use temporary conductor/guards during the two-day strike by RMT members on Wednesday and Thursday.
Rail company Greater Anglia has been cleared to operate trains with stand-in guards during next week’s 48-hour strike by RMT members.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo has told of his disgust at being racially abused by a few Norwich City fan at Tuesday’s League Cup match between The Canaries and Arsenal.
Guards employed by rail company Greater Anglia will strike next month – this time for 48 hours.
Suffolk is set to launch a new campaign to try to find more foster carers for children who need to be moved away from their own families.
Engineers working to keep Suffolk’s roads in good shape could turn to a new weapon in the battle against the menace of potholes – sunflower oil.
Police have warned people to be aware of scammers who tricked a Suffolk couple into losing more than £21,000 after being contacted by fake officers in a phone scam.
Working-age people will be a minority of Suffolk’s population by the late 2030s – and this has prompted the county council to start making detailed plans to cope with the area’s new landscape.
Bosses at Greater Anglia are carrying out a full investigation after it emerged that a stand-in guard, replacing a striking RMT worker, unlocked doors on the wrong side of a train in an Ipswich platform.
Conductor/guards on Greater Anglia are to introduce an overtime ban for a month from October 10 as they step up their dispute over changing their role. But what is the dispute all about?
Two people have been arrested in connection with the major fire on Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds.
Suffolk Coastal MP, Dr Therese Coffey, has warned people in Halesworth that they could still see the crossing at the town’s railway station shut if it is not used properly.
An experimental scheme which saw some firefighters trained to provide life-saving first aid before ambulances could arrive at a casualty has ended after a pay deal could not be agreed.
Suffolk County Council has failed to appoint a new chief executive after none of the four candidates on the shortlist were felt to be good enough by the authority’s political leaders.
Proposals to bring Suffolk’s police and fire services together under a single administration have been dropped after a £75,000 report said it was not clear there would be any benefits.
Suffolk County Council’s new chief executive is expected to be introduced at the authority’s meeting next week.
A threatened strike by conductor/guards on some Greater Anglia trains should not affect services, the company has insisted.
A frustrated commuter is trying to take rail operator Greater Anglia to court after suffering a catalogue of delays on his daily journey on the East Suffolk line.
The threat of a rail strike in East Anglia has risen after the union representing train guards called for a ballot on industrial action over the future role of guards.
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