Proposals for councillors in East Suffolk to hike their allowances up by £2,600 has prompted a wave of public anger.
Trustees of an historic public hall say they are hopeful it will remain open, despite fears it may be forced to close at the end of March.
Places of worship throughout Suffolk have benefitted from a £1.8million scheme aimed at repairing and protecting historic buildings.
Suffolk residents have provided a mixed reaction to the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to 'step back' as senior members of the Royal family.
Fears are being voiced that redevelopment plans for Southwold police station could result in more holiday homes instead of the badly needed affordable housing the town needs.
The organiser of a popular sausage dog walk that attracts visitors from all over the country has said she was inspired to raise money for charity after her dog was left paralysed.
A public hall in Halesworth is under threat of closure - as "sufficient and sustainable revenue" to maintain its running costs have dried up.
The interim boss of the East of England Ambulance Service has been given the role permanently - a year after taking over from former chief Robert Morton on a temporary basis.
A police station in a Suffolk seaside town may be demolished with flats and houses built in its place, according to new proposals.
A one-kilometre restriction zone placed around a Suffolk farm remains in place after bird flu was found there earlier this week.
Controversial plans to build an enterprise hub in a Suffolk seaside town have been temporarily halted after residents spoke out in opposition to the proposals.
A charity looking to sell off business units to be turned into homes - giving several firms an uncertain future - has defended the move, saying it is needed to guarantee its existence.
More than 150 sausage dogs and their owners descended on a Suffolk town to raise money for pets in need.
Police are warning drivers in a Suffolk seaside town to show consideration for their neighbours after receiving reports of anti-social behaviour in one of the car parks.
Controversial plans to create a £2 million enterprise hub in a Suffolk seaside town are to be discussed in a council meeting on Monday.
Dozens of strange and spooky figures are lining the streets of one Suffolk town as Halesworth's tenth annual Scarecrow Week gets underway.
Five primary schools in Suffolk and north Essex are introducing 'community fridges' - to cut food waste and support families that are struggling to afford groceries.
Dedicated care homes and their employees were praised for going the extra mile at the Suffolk Care Awards - including one which arranged a client to take his first trip away from his parents.
The organiser of Halesworth's 10th annual Scarecrow Week is hoping to commemorate the landmark with the biggest event yet.