Andrew Papworth

If at first you don't succeed, try again might be an apt motto for Labour's Sonia Barker as she prepares to mount her second challenge to become Waveney's MP.

Groans could be heard from opponents to a planned nuclear power station on a Suffolk coast as they were given "pretty bleak" warnings of how it could change their lives.

For many people, taking their first sip of beer or wine is something to truly savour.

Furious protestors blasted "wrong and immoral" changes to on-call firefighter crews at a big protest in Ipswich - but Suffolk's fire service defended their plans.

The battle for who will represent Waveney at the next general election is set to intensify, as Labour decides who will be its candidate for the vote.

Firefighters are at greater risk of being killed in action because cuts are leaving them dangerously stretched, a union has warned ahead of a mass demonstration.

It may still be August - but rehearsals are already under way for a festive production believed to be Southwold's first professional pantomime.

A clothing firm which pays homage to Suffolk's rich fishing history has opened a new pop-up shop at a historic coastal water tower.

An old ballroom at an iconic pier has been reopened as a seaside bar - boasting stunning views of one of Suffolk's best coastlines and creating four new jobs.

"Elegant" is not often a word used to describe a bus stop.

Today is five years since of the acid attack in Lowestoft which changed Adele Bellis' life forever. Here, she tells ANDREW PAPWORTH how she looks back on the anniversary as a sign of how far she has come.

Rot and asbestos may have rendered their former historic home unusable - but these scouts are determined to put something even better in its place.

Neighbours have been praised for rallying round to help police clear a fallen tree which blocked a road following high winds.

With its never-ending twists and turns, it is leaving many feeling utterly lost and bewildered.

"Let's face it, this town is dead" was one Lowestoft resident's reaction to the shock news that Tesco will be closing its Metro store in the town centre in September.

A 12-week boot camp-style course has helped unemployed young people who are not in education or training change their fortunes.

A new bridge has been installed along a Suffolk footpath to keep walkers safe on an area affected by a landslip.

Some said that a canoe might've been more appropriate than a bicycle, given the stormy weather.

It is one of television's most popular shows - and now Newmarket Racecourse is to host the first ever Peaky Blinders Official Raceday.

Storms have caused delays and disruption on Suffolk and Essex trains - just a day after hundreds of rail services had to be cancelled due to the intense heat.

If there was ever a photo that showed how Suffolk's weather can turn on a sixpence, this is it.

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