A fleet of Tall Ships have made an unscheduled stop in Ipswich after a change in the wind prevented them from docking elsewhere.
A new multi-million pound rail link in Suffolk which could take thousands of lorries off the roads is nearing completion.
Severe flood warnings have been issued for large areas of East Anglia has high tides and strong winds threaten to swamp the coastline.
The way our pre-school children learn has been in the spotlight since education watchdog Ofsted said nurseries needed to be more aligned with schools to better prepare youngsters for their education.
Today, the Childcare Minister Liz Truss visited a nursery in a deprived area of Ipswich and urged the country's pre-schools to follow its lead.
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Childcare minister Elizabeth Truss visited a nursery in a deprived area of Ipswich today - and urged the country's pre-schools to follow its lead.
Last week the Norfolk MP sparked more controversy when she said nurseries needed to be more aligned with schools to better prepare youngsters for their education.
But as she visited the outstanding-rated Buttons and Bows nursery this morning, she insisted there was still a place for fun and play.
"Sometimes there's a false argument presented that we want two-year-olds sat in mortar boards doing trigonometry," Ms Truss said.
"That's not what this is about. It's all about children developing important, early language because at the moment when they get to school there's a big gap between children on the lowest incomes and the highest incomes."
A fleet of Tall Ships have made an unscheduled stop in Ipswich after a change in the wind prevented them from docking in the Hague in Holland.
The 22 ships are part of a Dutch university sailing challenge with hundreds of students manning the armada.
They are all due back in the Netherlands by Sunday.
More than £2 billion pounds is to be spent on improving our rail network in the Anglia region over the next five years.
Network Rail is planning to spend up to £200 million pounds on improvements between Felixstowe and Ipswich to ease congestion.
There will also be major re-modelling work at Ely to increase capacity there, while £50 million pounds will be spent on a signalling upgrade between Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
And a new operations centre will open at Romford in Essex next year to take control of the regions signalling.
£247 million pounds of that will go towards increasing capacity on the East coast Main line which runs through Peterborough.
The Bedford to Sheffield line will be electrified for the first time and work will start on the east west rail scheme which is a new line linking Milton Keynes and Bedford to Oxford.
The money comes from a national pot of £38 billion pounds.
It's been revealed that some of the region's biggest hospitals will benefit from new investment to help them cope with huge increases in the number of patients.
The Norfolk and University Hospital is to spend 20 million pounds over the next few years, while there are plans to create an urgent care hub at Ipswich Hospital and possibly one at Bury St Edmunds.
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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.
Police have issued an artist's impression of a man wanted in connection with an assault in Ipswich.
The incident happened on a footpath in Chesterton Close at around midnight on Thursday 13 February.
A 23-year-old man was assaulted by a male offender who approached him from behind, and then ran off. The victim sustained swelling to his arm, knee and cheek as a result of the incident.
Police in Ipswich are investigating a robbery by masked men at a convenience store in the town. At approximately 8pm last night (Saturday 15 March) a masked man came into the shop on Clapgate Lane and threatened a member of staff with a knife.
Two or three further masked men entered the shop, telling a group of customers to stay at the front of the shop whilst they stole money from the till and alcohol before leaving. All of the men wore dark clothing and balaclavas or masks over their faces. No one was injured during the robbery.
Officers are very keen to hear from anyone who was in the Clapgate Lane area (near to Mildmay Road) last night, who may have any information in relation to this incident.
Calls should be made to Ipswich CID on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.