There are fears among dog owners that one of the region's best known beaches is to ban dogs in the New Year.Read the full story ›
A Suffolk boarding school has offered two free places to Syrian teenagers and is calling on others to follow its lead.
Saint Felix School in Southwold has made the offer according to the head of the Boarding Schools' Association.
"The Boarding Schools' Association supports Saint Felix School and any other boarding school who wishes to provide places to teenage orphaned Syrian refugees entering the country under the scheme being launched by the Prime Minister."
A council in Suffolk has announced it will build social housing for local families in the centre of Southwold.
Waveney District Council says high prices in the area mean local families are often forced to leave the town.
It is hoping proposals to build 20 new sustainable houses off St Edmunds road will help solve the problem.
In the latest in our series looking at the region's piers we're finding out more about the restored Southwold Pier.Read the full story ›
Southwold Pier started off as a landing stage bringing tourists from London. Find out more fascinating facts.Read the full story ›
The Conservatives won the Suffolk Coastal constituency at the 2010 General Election with a majority of more than 9,000 votes.Read the full story ›
A beach hut has gone up for sale in Southwold in Suffolk...But it will cost you a pretty penny or two.Read the full story ›
More of our beaches than ever before have been praised for their water quality.
All of our beaches met the minimum standard required by the Marine Conservation Society in this year's Good Beach Guide.
All but seven achieved the highest rating.
Last summer's dry weather's been credited for the figures.
One of the 32 resorts judged to have excellent water quality was Southwold in Suffolk.
The town's mayor hopes it will help attract more visitors to the area.
A house just yards from a cliff edge in Suffolk has been sold for an undisclosed sum.Read the full story ›
Waveney District Council is urging residents in threatened properties to vacate as soon as possible.
Reports suggest that the tide is far higher, far earlier than expected and residents should not presume to wait until immediately before the predicted surge peak at around 11pm.
The rest centres in Lowestoft, Kessingland, Southwold and Carlton Colville are now open and receiving people.
Details can be found here.