Aldeburgh news

Police and paramedics attended the site of an accident in Snape

Paramedics have been called to the site of a car crash in east Suffolk this morning in which one of the vehicles overturned.

New conservation proposals have been drawn up for Snape Maltings.

More housing is to be created at Snape Maltings because the downturn in the economy over the past six years has made the agreed plans for the historic site unviable.

Framlingham news

Hopkins Homes' designs for Station Road in Framlingham

Artists’ impressions of a new housing development in east Suffolk have been produced taking inspiration from the site’s historical background.

Philip Hurst, headteacher at Thomas Mills High School

The headteacher at Suffolk’s highest achieving state school said he was “delighted” with the latest results.

Leiston news


Work on a major new plant and wildlife habitat designed to compensate for the loss of specialised sites if Sizewell C is ever built is set to start this spring.


Community leaders are calling for a meeting with police to discuss problems with lorries after being told it could cost up to £20,000 simply to survey the amount of trucks going through their town.

Saxmundham news

Twilight descends upon the fields near Yoxford.

A long-running planning row in east Suffolk that has already cost the taxpayer a significant sum is set to rumble on for many more months after a High Court judge approved the latest in an ongoing saga of appeals.


Engineers are working to fix a problem at a level crossing in Saxmundham.

Wickham Market news

A baby seal which was found in Thorpeness on Friday, January 30

A wildlife enthusiast from Suffolk has his fingers crossed that a seal pup he found stranded on the beach at Thorpeness will find its way back to open waters.

Woodbridge news

Students Lewis, Alex and Nick at Ramsden Hall School meet with James Warner, Edward Woodley and Mark Thomas from Coderus who are helping to make their anti-bullying app.

Pupils at a north Essex school hope their competition-winning mobile phone app for reporting bullying will be a national success.

Halesworth news

Southwold news

Lowestoft Lifeboat recovers a life-raft during the ECC Topaz fire incident last year. Picture: Netherlands Coastguard

Winter storms followed by one of the warmest summers on record meant for a busy last 12 months for rescue teams at Suffolk lifeboat stations.

Thanks a million for charity grants

Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Warren School, in Oulton Broad, is one of the latest organisations to receive a grant from the Adnams Charity. Photo by Sarah Groves.

A charity has reached a million-pound milestone.

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