The latest stories from the Suffolk section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 5 hours 49 min ago
CCTV footage of Ipswich victim at Chelmsford
Thousands of fish are killed in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads after high storm tides pushed saltwater into the freshwater river system.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Ipswich Town and Huddersfield Town.
A pensioner admits repeatedly sexually assaulting a teenage girl between 1999 and 2003.
A woman was caught out by "sudden and rare" hailstones when she died in a car crash, an inquest is told.
Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy believes he is currently in the best form of his career with seven goals this season.
Owen Pick has never let his injuries stop him, having become a wakeboarding champion and now setting his sites on a snowboarding medal
Two men are jailed for attacking and throwing a deaf blind Ipswich man and his brother on to railway tracks.
A new river crossing in Ipswich would help cut traffic gridlock and "make room" to create jobs, an MP says.
An energy firm pulls out of an 85-turbine offshore wind farm scheme that promised hundreds of jobs in Suffolk.
Pressing sex abuse charges against a teacher who was cleared by a jury in less than 40 minutes was in the "public interest", Suffolk Police says.
A prison worker who formed a "romantic relationship" with an inmate and helped him abscond, is jailed for a year.
Some train services in Suffolk and Norfolk are suspended due to flooding, a travel company has said.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy labels his side's second-half performance against Cardiff their worst of the season.
Four men are convicted over the theft of computer equipment worth £188,000 from Ipswich Hospital.
A motorcyclist in his nineties dies in a crash in Ipswich, police say.
A teacher and BBC contributor is found not guilty of sexually abusing pupils at boarding schools in the 1980s and 90s.
A man is charged in connection with an alleged kidnapping in Suffolk in 2009.
An online auction raises £97,642 for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and East Anglia Children's Hospices.
An anticipated tidal surge and high winds cause the Environment Agency to issue flood warnings along the east coast.