Another armed robbery in Suffolk has left a community in shock, after a village shopkeeper was threatened with a knife.
Survivors of genocides across the world movingly spoke at a Holocaust Memorial Day event held in Suffolk about the importance of stamping out all forms of discrimination.
More than 5,000 crimes were reported in Suffolk last month - see them all on one map.
Thousands of birds will be culled after avian flu was discovered at a chicken farm in Suffolk.
Police pinned a person to the ground in Lowestoft as officers arrested someone on suspicion of common assault.
The nation’s beer label designers came together for their 36th annual showdown to be crowned the best bottle at the summit in Southwold.
An Extinction Rebellion protest aimed at EDF’s Sizewell C plans stopped them protesting on their land.
An inquest into the death of an 81-year-old man who died in a house fire near Bungay has concluded he died by accident.
Every dog has its day – and after more than 700 days at Ipswich’s RSPCA shelter, one lucky pup is finally getting a ‘forever home’.
A person has died after being struck by a train in Essex, blocking the Greater Anglia main line.
A five-year-old boy was taken to hospital after suffering what were believed to be life-changing injuries in a car crash in Mildenhall.
She was given just two years to live - but now Yvonne Dunham will shown her remarkable turnaround when she takes part in a tough national contest for heart transplant patients.
A church in Bury St Edmunds has been vandalised causing more than £1000 of damage to a cross, door and chest.
An Ipswich roofing company has offered to pay nearly £20,000 to two environmental charities after failing to follow recycling rules for 16 years.
A failing mental health trust accepted it needed to make improvements following the suicide of a mother-of-two in its care.
Police have confirmed a pedestrian has died after a serious lorry crash on a major road.
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