A Suffolk MP and environment minister has mystified Twitter followers with an unusual comment advocating a controversial weed killer, which has recently been the subject of a high profile cancer court case.
Thurton villagers will be practicing their ‘ring a ring o’ roses’ in preparation for a nursery rhyme themed flower festival.
A Range Rover ended up in the sea after the vehicle got stuck on a Suffolk beach.
A diabetic man punched his wife and threatened to kill her after she woke him up to check he had injected himself with insulin, a court has heard.
We have just had the driest June on record with just 10% of the average rainfall, leading to some concerns about the threat of a hosepipe ban in East Anglia.
The East of England has seen the number of people caught drug-driving soar by more than 400 per cent in the last two years - with Suffolk topping the table with 715 offenders caught in 2017.
Police in Suffolk have launched a summer campaign to clamp down on drink and drug driving.
Tributes have been paid to an inspirational teacher who died following a skydiving accident.
Today could bring the warmest Early May Bank Holiday Monday on record, as the warm weather looks set to continue.
Flood alerts are in effect for the coast, with the region bracing itself for a damp and soggy night.
Norfolk experiences its hottest day of the year today - and the warmest since the beginning of July 2017.
The Department for Transport’s (DfT) refusal to approve key changes to parking enforcement powers in Suffolk for yet another 12 months has left county leaders fuming.
Suffolk police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore is set to map out measures to combat soaring numbers of sexual offences and domestic abuse incidents in the county at a meeting this Friday.
The Great Yarmouth and Waveney branch of the mental health charity Mind is celebrating its 40th birthday by raising awareness over 40 events this year.
The family of a farm worker who died of a suspected heart attack after trying to rescue a motorist trapped in snow have spoken of how he was always trying “to help people”.
Firefighters in Suffolk are called out to more than 1,600 false calls to automatic fire alarms every year – which is estimated to cost the taxpayer thousands.
Specialist scuba divers are working to remove radioactive waste from Sizewell A’s nuclear fuel storage pond using new techniques which will mean they receive lower radiation doses.
Members of the public could become the “eyes and ears” of their communities as volunteer crime busters.
Opposition to school transport cuts has taken a dramatic turn as leading Conservative councillors have openly criticised the Tory-led consultation.
Fewer Suffolk teenagers are getting pregnant than ever before, data reveals.
Suffolk is in the final five for BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Holiday Destination of the Year 2018 – and needs your vote to scoop the prestigious award.
Suffolk County Council is set to put up its element of council tax bills by fractionally under five per cent.
A new £21million loan is set to be taken out by Suffolk County Council in a bid to reduce the number of potholes that develop over the next four years.
The hunt to find a new chief executive for Suffolk County Council is set to resume at the end of this month, after an attempt to recruit for the role failed last year despite a £32,000 campaign.
A spike in burglaries reported in Suffolk is being taken very seriously by detectives, a police chief warned, as he revealed 100 households were raided in December alone.
Drug-driving is an “emerging problem” in Suffolk and could become worse than drink-driving, a police inspector has warned.
The crisis the NHS is going through could have been avoided. So says Joan Pons Laplana, a nurse and clinical project manager at James Paget Hospital
Almost 1,000 people responded to a survey asking whether or not they supported an almost seven per cent increase in the policing element of council tax.
Suffolk childcare providers have welcomed a payment increase – but warned the fight for sustainable funding is not over.
A senior Suffolk detective has warned that it is staggering that drivers continue risking lives by using mobile phones at the wheel despite a zero-tolerance approach from police,
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