Police were called to a school reunion after reports of a group of middle-aged rebels vandalising the building.
The Port of Felixstowe has won the prestigious 'Best Container Terminal in Europe' Award at the Annual Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards.
The Minister for Immigration has been at the Port of Felixstowe to see a stash of four and a half million cigarettes seized by officers.
Felixstowe Academy's new £19 million state of the art building has been officially handed over, with students expected to move in after Easter.
The 11,000 metre square campus will cater for 1,800 students and features a modern science lad, theatre style main hall, a performing arts studio and a new sports hall
Buses are replacing trains on the Greater Anglia rail line between Ipswich and Felixstowe following an earlier incident.
The company says some trains and crew are out of place so buses will replace trains on the Felixstowe branch line for the rest of the day.
A body has been found washed up on the beach at Felixstowe.
Police were contacted just after 12.30pm to reports of a body on the beach near Buregate Road.
The body is thought to have been in the water for some time.
The body is believed to be that of a man.
Police are making efforts to identify him and have found a quantity of Euro currency on the body.
Suffolk Police are liaising with their Essex counterparts following the find.
Border force officers have foiled an attempt to smuggle five million cigarettes into the UK through the Port of Felixstowe.
Officials found the shipment on Wednesday night after investigating a trailer which had arrived at the port from the Netherlands.
If the smuggling attempt had been successful, it would have cost the Treasury around a million pounds in unpaid excise duty.
A search and rescue operation is underway off the coast of Felixstowe.
Initial reports suggest two people have gone overboard from a ferry.
Maritime and Coastguard Agency due to confirm soon.
More to follow.
The Port of Felixstowe will be able to welcome even more container ships in the future after plans to extend its two newest berths were given the go ahead by the Marine Management Organisation.
It will take the total space available to container vessels at the port to 3,250 metres. Work on the extension will begin soon and is due to be completed next year.
Police are appealing for help to trace a 33-year-old Felixstowe man who went missing on Saturday night, 1 February.
Matthew Scales had an argument with his partner and had been drinking and he was last seen around 8pm on Saturday in the Brightwell Close area of the town.
Attempts have been made to contact him since but his mobile phone was found a short distance from where he was last seen after a search by friends and he’s not thought to have any cash or bank cards with him.
Mr Scales was reported missing to police this morning, Monday 3 February, and there is concern for his well-being. Police have made some initial contact with friends and family but at this stage no one appears to have seen him since.
He is described as white, around 5ft 7ins – 5ft 10ins tall, of slim build, with receding thinning light brown hair. At the time he went missing he was wearing a dark Puffa-style jacket, blue jeans and brown leather boots.
Police are asking Mr Scales or anyone who may have seen him since Saturday evening, or anyone who knows where he is now, to contact the duty sergeant at Felixstowe Police Station as soon as possible by dialling 101.
Border Force officers at the Port of Felixstowe have seized fake goods worth more than £2 million in the run up to Christmas.
A haul of counterfeit perfume, shoes, clothing and mobile phone accessories have all been recovered.
The international trade in fake goods is estimated to cost the UK economy around £1.3 billion a year.
The proceeds are also often used to fund serious organised crime.
Residents living in approximately 1000 properties on the Suffolk coastline are being encouraged to evacuate as a tidal surge travels down the county this evening.
Where possible, people living in the 14 severe flood risk areas, as identified by the Environment Agency, should make arrangements to stay with friends or family outside the affected areas.
Alternatively, the Suffolk Resilience Forum has identified four rest centres in the county for people who are likely to need to relocate as a result of flooding. The locations are as follows:
- Water Lane Leisure, Water Lane, Lowestoft, NR32 2NH
- Leiston Leisure Centre, Red House Lane, Leiston, IP16 4LS
- Brackenbury Sports Centre, High Road East, Felixstowe IP11 9JF
- Carlton Colville Village Hall, Hall Road, Carlton Colville Lowestoft NR33 8BT