The head of a charity which supports people at risk of homelessness in Suffolk and Norfolk has been recognised with a national award for her work.

A widow from Colchester is taking on an ancient challenge to walk the length of a Roman route across Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk, tracing a story handed down through generations of her family.

Police attending a blue lights emergency were shocked to return afterwards to find a rude note left on their car criticising their parking and calling them “ignorant”.

A woman has been verbally abused by a group of teenage boys in a racially aggravated incident in Southwold.

An empty cruise ship with space for nearly 2,000 passengers has moored off the coast of Suffolk after the Covid-19 pandemic shut down the travel industry.

Planning permission for four new homes near a memorial marking the reputed site of the murder of King Edmund has been refused over fears they would not fit in with the historical surrounding area.

Heartless thieves have stolen two litters of puppies and several dogs from a boarding kennels in Suffolk in broad daylight, leaving the owners no choice but to close the family business.

A lorry is stuck on the top of a roundabout after coming off the A143 in Ixworth this morning.

Two people have been arrested as part of an international investigation into the smuggling of migrants into the UK by boat after an incident in Southwold last year.

Age UK stores in Suffolk are at risk as the charity it will not be reopening all of its shops.

While many people are learning to appreciate the outdoors more during the lockdown, environmental campaigners are warning of the threat population growth is posing to green spaces in the East of England.

Two men and a woman have been charged in connection to a robbery where a man was attacked and had cash stolen from inside a house.

Dozens of firefighters were called to tackle a large barn blaze spread by the wind which has devastated several out buildings in Suffolk.

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has tested positive for coronavirus - just hours after prime minister Boris Johnson confirmed he has it too.

A man who went missing from his home in Beccles has been found, after his family members said they were very concerned for his safety.

Seven more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Suffolk and a total of 51 new cases in the East of England.

Tributes have been paid to a “lovely vibrant” grandmother, who has become the first person to die after contracting coronavirus in Suffolk.

A body has been found in water at Winterton beach and police have made contact with the family of a former Royal Marine missing from his Suffolk home.

Waveney Bridge has been partially closed and temporary traffic lights installed so repairs can be carried out to the “dangerous” deteriorating structure.

Suffolk police have confirmed that a man has died as the result of a collision between a van and a lorry on the A140.

Flood alerts have been issued in areas of Suffolk and Norfolk as the Government warns of high water levels.

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