A sunny but chilly start, cloud will build later with the odd shower.Read the full story ›
The Waveney constituency is as far east as you can go in the British Isles and it's also one of the most marginal seats in the country.Read the full story ›
Flower arrangers around the East of England are preparing little bunches of flowers which they're going to leave around the region on Friday 1st May for people to find.
The National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies is marking National Flower Arranging Day by leaving 60,000 'lonely bouquets' across the country.
Some will be in phone boxes, some on park benches and others in various random locations. More than 40 flower clubs in the region are taking part in the event.
Organisers say it's a kind of goodwill gesture that involves leaving a bouquet in a public place to be picked up by an unsuspecting passerby.
The motivation is to bring a smile to someone’s face.
There'll be a few showers this evening and then skies will clear and temperatures will fall close to freezing.Read the full story ›
Police are releasing an Efit image of a man officers want to speak to after a teenage girl reported being stalked by him in Ipswich.
On Monday 16 March the girl had been walking along Grimwade Street in Ipswich when she was followed by the man along Rope Walk and Bond Street. Then on April 4 the man was seen staring at her through a window of a shop on Felixstowe Road.
On April 11 the man approached her, in Felixstowe Road, ran towards her and spoke to her before she managed to get away from him.
He is described as white with a tanned complexion, possibly in his 50s, of slim build, with dark brown hair that is greying, scruffy and shorter at the sides than on the top. He also had stubble and thick dark eyebrows and wore a burgundy/red coloured jacket.
The sun has kept shining across the Anglia region during April which has led to warm days but clear skies overnight have meant chilly nightsRead the full story ›
Police say a teenager reported missing in east Suffolk has been found. Angel Hall, aged 14, of Leiston, was found safe and well in Ipswich this afternoon (Sunday, April 26).
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car came off the A11 and ended up on its side in a field.
Officers were called to the southbound stretch of the A11 at Red Lodge at 6:25am after a blue Rover car crashed.
Five people in the car were hurt. They were taken to hospital but police say none of them are seriously injured.
A 23-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of drink driving.
Officers are appealing for information and would particularly like to hear from anyone who saw the Rover driving along the A11 before it left the road. Witnesses should contact PC Ian Jepp at the Bury St Edmunds Roads Policing Unit by ringing 101.
A woman from Suffolk feared missing in Nepal has phoned her family to say she is safe.
Julia Carroll, who's 22, rang her family in Boxford at 5am to say she was safe and at the British Embassy in Kathmandu.
Miss Carroll, who graduated in law last summer, had been travelling since February and had been in Nepal for three weeks.The family said they were relieved Julia had been in touch.
Detectives are investigating after a man was stabbed in Haverhill. Police were called at 12.30am this morning (Saturday, April 25) after the 35-year-old victim was found in Camps Road. The victim was attacked in the High Street by a group of three males and a female. He then walked from the High Street to Camps Road, where he collapsed. The man's in Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, where he has undergone surgery for a wound to the stomach. He is in a stable condition. Police have cordoned off an area of the High Street and Camps Road. Anyone with information is asked to call Bury St Edmunds CID on 101.