Suffolk needs more of London's power to boost the economy, according to Michael Heseltine.
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Concerns are raised after a mistake by the CPS saw a case dismissed in a Suffolk court.
Ipswich wants more control over the public purse through government City Deal scheme.
Join Stephen Foster for afternoon entertainment and great music.
EDF's gas and electricity prices are to go up by nearly 11%.
A disease which killed 90% of the ash trees in Denmark has been found here in Suffolk.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Jewell leaves by mutual consent.
Unison and Mind have their say on 20% cuts to mental health services.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Jewell says he has confidence in his team and that he's staying.
Plans to hand Suffolk's 16 care homes to the private sector have been put on hold.
The CAB gets set for Big Energy Week over rising gas and electricity prices.
A Suffolk bishop apologises after retired priest, John Haley Dossor, admits sex assaults.
Suffolk County Council hands its 16 adult care homes to private firm Care UK.
Police in Essex say the Harlow house fire, which killed five, may have been arson.
An inquest jury says the death of a woman hit by a horse at Nowton Park was accidental.
The man who stabbed a Suffolk jeweller to death had escaped from a Polish prison.
The RCN in the East says cutting 22 mental health beds in Waveney will hit patient care.
Unison say the leader of the ambulance service is leaving before the job is done.
A woman who witnessed a runaway horse hit a grandmother says she didn't sleep for a week.
Landmark House, the glass building next to the A14 in Ipswich, is brought back into use.
The Shingle Street whale is transported to Stoke-on-Trent to be used for biofuel.
Tributes have been paid to a Suffolk fire officer who died whilst on a training exercise.
An inquest into the death of Carole Bullett hears the horse that killed her was agitated.
The latest on the beached whale at Shingle Street, which experts think could have starved.