Two hotspots aimed at protecting wildlife and biodiversity are set to be created in Suffolk by EDF as part of plans to offset the potential impact of Sizewell C.
Police are appealing for information after a flat-bed lorry was stolen from Ilketshall St Lawrence.
A 92-year-old ‘devoted family GP’ has penned a book retelling his experience of serving the Southwold community for several decades.
A woodland holiday resort on the Suffolk coast is set for a major revamp - with plans for 170 new lodges in the pipeline.
East Suffolk Council has one of the best records in the country in tackling energy efficiency in homes, according to a new report.
Road closures introduced in Halesworth town centre to aid with social distancing are set to be kept in place for up to the next 18 months.
Halesworth’s annual Christmas lights switch-on has been cancelled this year due to fears of spreading coronavirus.
Firefighters were called to Dunwich Forest this afternoon to douse a campfire which had been left unattended.
Plans to scrap ‘inconsistent’ car parking charges in towns throughout east Suffolk will be rolled out from Monday - with 70% of prices to be reduced or frozen.
Suffolk is braced for a blustery Friday as Storm Ellen arrives on British shores - with gusts of up to 50mph expected.
A ‘fantastic’ Suffolk GP who is continuing to fight the coronavirus pandemic is celebrating 30 years serving the Southwold and Reydon communities.
Community leaders in Southwold are encouraging residents to suggest new uses for the town’s police station after it was listed as an asset of community value (ACV).
A tourist trail is set to be built throughout Southwold as part of plans to boost the seaside town’s economy after it was severely impacted by the Covid-19 lockdown.
CCTV cameras are set to be installed throughout Halesworth town centre as community leaders bid to clamp down on anti-social behaviour.
Roads in the centre of Halesworth will be closed to traffic for four hours each day for several weeks to aid with social distancing.
The coronavirus infection rates in Suffolk remain one of the lowest in England – with some parts of the county reporting less than one positive test result per 100,000 people.
Community leaders in Southwold are pressing ahead with a multi-million pound project to demolish several buildings in the town to make way for new office and retail units.
Bosses at Bungay Primary School say they are on ‘going in the right direction’ despite a recent ‘inadequate’ Ofsted report.
East Suffolk hospitality firms looking to reopen on July 4 and their visitors are being urged to take appropriate steps to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19 and not to ‘blow it’.
RNLI lifeguards are set to return to Southwold beach this weekend as more coronavirus lockdown restrictions are eased.
A seaside dog walk which regularly sees hundreds of Dachshunds and other breeds stepping out in Southwold has been put back to next year because of coronavirus.
New guidance has been released for how people in workplaces, schools and communities will respond to concentrated outbreaks of Covid-19 in Suffolk.
More than 2,000 motorists were caught speeding on Suffolk’s roads during a two-week police crackdown - including a Volkswagen Scirocco driver caught doing 76mph in a 30mph zone.
A holiday park provider in Suffolk and Essex is reporting a recent surge in bookings with bosses saying the resorts are ‘good to go’ when they are given the go ahead by the Government to reopen.
The headteacher of a Halesworth primary school has committed to improving standards despite a recent ‘requires improvement’ rating from Ofsted.
Police have condemned an ‘upsetting’ sticker bearing the words ‘danger - coronavirus’ and a skull and crossbones symbol that was stuck on an elderly resident’s door in Southwold.
Bakery chain Greggs and department store John Lewis are the latest big names in retail to reopen their branches today in Suffolk and north Essex as coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease.
Tourism providers in Suffolk are ‘desperate’ to reopen for business at the start of next month with an increase in bookings reported - but many are eagerly awaiting for the government’s approval to unlock the industry.
A temporary pharmacy is set to be demolished to make way for two new homes on the site of a health centre near Southwold.
Relationship breakdowns and families looking to upsize are some of the reasons being cited for a surge in demand for rental properties.