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.
The owners of a beach hut in Felixstowe have taken drastic action to protest against an increase in rent.
Detectives have recovered nearly £130,000 from a man who was jailed for five years for the theft of a security van in Felixstowe in 1993.
Eddie Maher spent almost 20 years on the run in America before his arrest. Police have managed to recover the assets under the Criminal Justice Act.
A man who was jailed for five years for the theft of more than a million pounds from a security van in 1993, could now lose his pension.
Eddie Maher took the money while working a security guard. His last job was to drop off cash to a bank in Felixstowe.
He spent almost 20 years on the run in America before his arrest.
Police will go to court today, in an attempt to reclaim Maher's fire service pension, under the proceeds of crime act.
A 51-year-old man has been charged with arson with intent to endanger life following an incident in Hamilton Road in Felixstowe around 11.15pm on Tuesday, 3 September.
Police were called after a fire was spotted close to a plastic can of petrol in a doorway. They quickly extinguished the fire before it reached the petrol can.
Stephen Telford, 51, of Queens Road in Felixstowe, was arrested yesterday afternoon. He has been detained in custody to appear at Ipswich Magistrates Court today.
it's been a landmark day for the Port of Felixstowe, the UK's busiest container port. Responsible for nearly half of all the goods that come into this country, today it handled its 70 millionth container.
There are concerns that Felixstowe is being held back by traffic problems on the A14, the major road, crossing our region, linking the docks with the motorway network. And there's a warning that introducing a toll section could drive business away.
Today the Transport Minister, Patrick McLoughlin, did his best to dispel those concerns.
The Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, spent a second day in the region today to visit the Port of Felixstowe. He saw the 70 millionth container arrive at the Suffolk port.
ITV News Anglia took the opportunity to put your questions to the minister. Here are his answers...
The Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, is back in the region today to visit the Port of Felixstowe. He'll see the 70 millionth container arrive at the Suffolk port. He's there to recognise the importance of the shipping sector to the British economy.
The milestone follows the opening in June of the port's third rail terminal, the new North Rail Terminal, which will double rail capacity at the port. Felixstowe is the UK's main port for exports to the growing markets of South East Asia.
The Transport Secretary is back in our region today to visit the Port of Felixstowe.
Patrick McLoughlin will see the 70-millionth container come through the Suffolk port. He is there to recognise the importance of the shipping sector to the British economy.
It comes the day after his visit to the A11 to see progress on dualling the stretch through Norfolk and Suffolk.
The Port of Felixstowe has been the UK's busiest cargo port for over 30 years. The first containers were handled in the mid-1960s.
A teacher from Suffolk has spent £3,000 rescuing a dying dog she found in Cambodia. Elise Dixie has flown the animal, called Snooky, more than 6,000 miles to her home in Felixstowe.
Snooky was just two months old when Elise found him on a beach in Cambodia where she was working as a volunteer teacher.
She said: "His stomach was distended. He had no fur. He had severe mange so he was constantly scrabbling at his skin which meant bleeding. He had a chain round his neck which was cutting into him and obviously making it extremely difficult for him to breathe."
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A milkman was robbed in Felixstowe this morning by a man who said he was carrying a weapon.
It happened in Langer Road at around 12.30am.
The milkman had parked near to the Langer Park entrance when he saw two men walking towards him from Garrison Lane direction.
One of the men walked off into Langer Park and the other man stopped near to the vehicle and demanded money from the milkman, indicating that he had a weapon in his pocket.
The milkman handed over a small quantity of cash.
The man is described as white, aged in his 20s, of medium build and around 5'3'' tall, he wore a dark hooded top and he was wearing a patterned scarf.
Anyone with information is asked to call Suffolk Police on 101.
The service is suspended on Greater Anglia between Ipswich and Felixstowe due to a broken down train at Trimley.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.