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A young dancer at Stradbroke High School has been cast in a production of the English Youth Ballet Company’s Cinderella in Hollywood.
A group of Mid Suffolk opposition councillors has called for local residents to have their say on the controversial merger proposed for Mid Suffolk and Babergh councils.
A woman from Stowmarket who turned 100 this month has shared her story of war, marriage, and the secret to long life.
The Lions Club of Stowmarket & District has been invited to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its international parent charity at Buckingham Palace next week.
Two Olympic swimmers have paid special visits to primary schools in Suffolk to encourage children to get into sport.
The owners of a nursery near Hadleigh rated ‘Inadequate’ by Ofsted have criticised government inspections for being “heavy-handed” and “too generalised”.
Book lovers in Needham Market are being asked to have their say on a proposed change to the local library’s opening hours.
A Stowmarket company has been awarded the much sought after Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday Award.
The inquest opened today into the death of Stowmarket resident Jessie Searle, whose UKIP councillor husband has been charged with her murder.
A Thorndon charity providing activity clubs for children with disabilities is recruiting its next round of volunteers ahead of its 40th anniversary this summer.
A tribute to disco pop icons The Bee Gees has been announced as the headline act for this year’s ‘Gig in the Garden’.
This year’s High Sheriff Awards have been presented to a selection of Suffolk’s most devoted charitable individuals and organisations.
Stowmarket Town Council has announced a brand new Food & Drink festival is coming to the town this summer.
A woman from Felixstowe has raised over £2,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice after taking a freezing dip in fancy dress on Christmas Day.
A nursery run by volunteers in Saxmundham has shown a significant improvement in its services after Ofsted boosted its rating from ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Good’.
The St Pauls Ward in Clacton has switched from Independent to Conservative control following a by-election on Thursday.
A key new agreement between the Government and the Church of England could see many more churches used to boost mobile connectivity around Suffolk.
Judges at the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary (S.O.S.) at Stonham Barns had over 350 images submitted, from which just eight winners have been selected.
An RSPCA branch in Martlesham is looking to rehome a very special trio of terriers with a combined age of 168 – in dog years.
A number of Mid Suffolk District councillors have announced their plans to take the campaign calling for better mobility access at Needham Market station to Westminster.
Mendlesham Post Office has announced it will be moving to a new premises on Old Market Street, with plans to offer an extra 18 hours service per week.
A Suffolk hospice has boosted its support for children and young adults after receiving donations from three local organisations.
The residents at a care home near Ipswich celebrated this year’s Valentine’s Day with a very special afternoon of activities.
A selection of Suffolk’s most devoted charitable individuals and organisations will be recognised tomorrow at this year’s prestigious High Sheriff Awards.
A local hospice group has announced it will be hosting an open air cinema experience near Stowmarket this summer.
A children’s charity has announced it has 10 spots in the Simplyhealth Great East Run up for grabs.
Residents at a care home in Braintree celebrated National Pizza Day with a nostalgic feast last week.
Andrew Wallace, 49, became homeless when a number of serious falls leading to a brain injury left him unable to work.
Liberal Democrat councillors at MDSC have proposed to work with Suffolk County Council to use the stations for emergency homeless provision, should they find facilities to be suitable.
Spring has truly sprung at Easton Farm Park.
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