The Government wants to set up dedicated courts to deal with traffic offences.
The Port of Felixstowe has won the prestigious 'Best Container Terminal in Europe' Award at the Annual Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards.
Seven years on from the disappearance of a teenage man in the county, Suffolk police is renewing its appeal for information.
Scientists have revealed extraordinary new pictures showing the lost town some call Britain's Atlantis.
They have used 3D scanning to show previously unseen ruins in the medieval port of Dunwich once the size of 14th century London, but now lost beneath the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk.
New research by archaeologists has shown that what is now a small village in Suffolk was once a thriving port similar in size to 14th century London.
Researchers who have been carrying out underwater surveys off the coast of Dunwich say they have produced the most accurate map so far of the town's streets before it was claimed by the sea.
Prince Charles visited Houghton Hall near King's Lynn, Norfolk today, where he spoke of his fond memories of visiting the hall during childhood trips to the nearby Sandringham Estate.
He spent nearly an hour viewing the Houghton Revisited exhibition, a collection of 70 paintings, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Velasquez, Rubens, Van Dyck, Murillo and Poussin, from the collection brought together from museums around the word.
The collection belonged to Sir Robert Walpole, who became Britain's first prime minister in 1721. The paintings were returned to Houghton this week and the Prince was said to be delighted to have the opportunity to view them in their intended setting.
The Prince of Wales has spent the morning at Wattisham Airfield in Suffolk, presenting service medals to soldiers who served in Afghanistan. About forty army air corps personnel were honoured.
The Prince of Wales is due to visit RAF Wattisham in Suffolk later today to present service medals to soldiers who served in Afghanistan.
Prince Charles last visited the airbase two years ago. Around 40 army air corps personnel will be honoured by the Prince today before he moves on to Houghton Hall near King's Lynn to open an art exhibition.
A man who tried to hijack two police cars after he escaped from a Suffolk prison has been sent back to jail.
Andrew Farndon, 27, escaped from a prison van in Suffolk in January last year and travelled to New Cumnock in East Ayrshire.
Police traced him in Scotland but when two officers approached him he brandished a blank-firing pistol and demanded their car keys.
He was eventually arrested by the officers. At the High Court in Glasgow on Tuesday, he admitted using an imitation gun in an attempt to rob the officers.
He also admitted three other firearms charges and was sentenced to five years and three months.
Last January, He was being taken from Highpoint jail, to hospital when he escaped. He was serving an indeterminate sentence for public protection after fracturing a victim's skull with a hammer.
An unlikely crime wave is sweeping the region and it is costing the food industry thousands of pounds.
A huge black market is emerging in cooking oil - fuelled by a black market in biodiesel.
In some parts of the country it's estimated cooking oil theft has overtaken metal theft. O
ne company believes as much as a fifth of the UK's biodiesel coming from illegal sources. Costing the government £25m-a-year in lost revenue. Claire McGlasson reports.