Greater Anglia's new trains caused yet more woe for commuters this morning as two main commuter services on the East Suffolk Line were cancelled due to faults.
A woman appealing a conviction for failing to stop dogs in her kennels barking and annoying her neighbours said the case had had a "terrible" impact on her.
Calls for a whole town to be under a 20mph speed limit have been backed by councillors and campaigners alike as they try to stop HGVs ignoring a new £7m relief road.
An independent opticians is marking its 13th year in Beccles with a move to a new, larger practice.
Department store chain Beales has collapsed into administration - putting the jobs of more than 1,000 people at risk.
A department store chain with sites across the county has put itself up for sale as it attempts to battle tough high street conditions.
A Norfolk bull has become the county's first national Belted Galloway supreme champion - illustrating the growing reputation of this hardy Scottish breed in the East Anglian lowlands.
A rare chance to tour one of East Anglia's more unusual farm crops will be on offer at a charity open day this weekend.
Three years after work began on a new care home for Beccles, Dell House has officially opened its doors.
A mother has hit out at vandals who scrawled offensive images and homophobic slurs on equipment at a children's play park.
The Beccles Police Station is on the market for £750,000 after development plans were submitted by Suffolk Constabulary.
A student has launched an LGBTQIA+ support group in Beccles after he was "sick of being referred to as the only gay in the village".
Determined residents have called for the Southern Relief Road in Beccles to be named after their village, and not after artist local artist Joe Crowfoot.