Future of Mere’s Mouth toilet block may be reconsidered after new information comes to light.
Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area.
Now in its third year, the day will kick off with the Nine Towns Sportive.
New images show how the Roydon Primary School will look following its £5.75 million upgrade.
A student is looking forward to taking up his place at university after a lifetime battling liver disease.
Route to be partially shut for resurfacing on Sunday
The shop specialises in made-to-order vintage clothing for women and designer outfits for children.
The development features a BP petrol station, a Marks and Spencer unit and Wild Bean Café, McDonald’s restaurant and drive-thru.
Post Office has vowed to keep searching for a way to ensure the future of the service in Diss.
A 26-year-old man has been cautioned by police after a spate of damage on Saturday night.
Police appealing for information after burglary in Bungay Road.
Police inspector says the force is taking action against a series of crimes and has called for vigilance from the public.
A Long Stratton woman has told of her upcoming mission to bring together the community over the dementia.
Tom Bobbins, owner of Heywood Gym and Fitness, was spurred on to tackle the London2Brighton ultra-marathon.
An occupational therapist is about to walk a marathon a day to raise awareness and funds for research into a rare condition.
Regular service on the Great Eastern Main Line is expected to resume on Monday.
Suffolk County Council has recommended that school transport cuts be rolled out over a phased period from September 2019, despite strong opposition.
Nineteen businesses from Diss and the surrounding area took part in a summit to exchange ideas for the future of the area.
An individual has been regularly throwing newspaper out of a vehicle while driving near Newton Flotman.
Reports on Mere’s Mouth toilets conclude without underpinning - the building does not have a long-term future.
A meeting is to be held tomorrow to discuss the next steps for the future of the Mere’s Mouth toilets.
A Hartismere School student will embark on a 20-mile walk in a bid to make his planned travels to Uganda a reality.
The school are the first to join in a new multi-academy trust.