A 22-year-old woman who lost her father as a child has completed an epic 200-mile horse ride across East Anglia in his memory.
A train, car and trailer would have collided in Suffolk had a quick-thinking driver not applied the emergency brake, a report has found.
Two avid local wildlife photographers have captured the beauty hidden across the country in their latest book.
The coronavirus infection rate has decreased in almost all local authority areas in Suffolk – with the number of new cases more than halving.
‘Please come and visit’ – that is the message echoed by coastal Suffolk businesses as they look to rebuild following coronavirus lockdown.
More charities could close following the collapse of Age UK Suffolk, a voluntary sector expert has warned.
Officers from Suffolk and Norfolk police have reported 250 lorry drivers as part of a national crackdown on seat belt avoidance.
Age UK Suffolk is to cease operations from the end of next week after the charity was hit by ‘significant’ financial losses as a result of coronavirus.
Five people have been arrested after police launched an operation to crack down on burglars targeting homes in rural Suffolk.
A woman in her 20s was killed in a crash on the A140 which left three others with potentially life-changing injuries.
The A140 remains closed after a serious crash left people requiring rescue from their vehicles.
The body of a newly-wed American fighter pilot who died after his F-15C jet crashed into the North Sea has been returned to the USA.
The pilot of a US Air Force F-15C Eagle fighter jet from RAF Lakenheath which crashed into the North Sea earlier today has been found dead.
A former financial adviser from Ipswich has been jailed for four years after pleading guilty to acts of fraud of more than £300,000.
Police have insisted they will continue to do more to crack down on domestic abuse after receiving an increase in the number of reports.
Four Suffolk charities have come together to launch a campaign alongside Anthony Horowitz OBE to help ensure charity money remains in the county.
Two people have been rescued by the coastguard after a dinghy they were travelling in got stuck in the mud on the River Alde.
Malicious messages and a Facebook group threatened by someone claiming to be a hit man are just some of the crimes reported as social media abuse rose again.
An NHS worker, a full-time mother and furloughed staff are some of the dozens of special constables keeping Suffolk safe during lockdown.
Waste centre staff at Sackers found the body of a newborn baby girl in with recycling material, it has been revealed.
Police officers in Suffolk were assaulted, spat and coughed at and attacked by a dog while trying to break up street parties and barbecues at the weekend, the chief constable has revealed.
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