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A cafe in Bury St Edmunds that encourages people to talk openly about losing loved ones has reached its first anniversary.
A former soldier who ran 360 miles across England and France to support her comrades is a finalist for a national award for unsung heroes.
Primary school students in Bury St Edmunds are enjoying the rare opportunity of learning the art of dance from a team from the Royal Ballet School.
A kind, family-focused Suffolk mum who died aged just 38 is being remembered at a fundraising ball in her name.
A Suffolk council has been accused of “wasting” £10,000 on a “bodged job” to improve a memorial boating lake.
A lorry may have been involved in an accident that saw a blue Jaguar hit a telegraph pole in Gosfield.
Police have seized a car in the centre of Ipswich as it was unroadworthy and didn’t have the correct insurance.
Leave extra time for your journey if it’s likely to be affected by roadworks.
Suffolk mums have been forced to quit their jobs and have been left feeling “worthless” as employers have not allowed them flexible working after having a baby, it has been revealed.
It is set to be a wet and windy day turning cold tonight, but there are no longer weather warnings in place.
Antisocial driving in around Ipswich town centre was targeted in an operation by Special Constables last night.
Wet weather is forecast for today, with flooding expected tomorrow as ‘yellow’ weather warnings for wind and rain are issued.
One of the nation’s favourite Love Island contestants, Laura Anderson, will be meeting fans in Sudbury tomorrow night.
Doctors, nurses, healthcare teams and support staff at a hospital in Bury St Edmunds are re-affirming their commitment to patient safety by adding their signatures to a giant pledge.
A development company owned by local authorities has been accused of “seeking to undermine” the efforts of housing associations, a councillor has said.
Memories of those with dementia are needed to cover a special tree as part of an annual walk in Sudbury.
A vision has been launched to make Bury St Edmunds the most dog-friendly place in the UK with a new scheme to give pooches a warm welcome in shops, cafes and restaurants.
“It’s pointless wasting time worrying about how much you have got left. You may as well enjoy it.”
Michael Gove has been listening out for leaks - but this time not from the Cabinet.
St Edmundsbury has had one of the five largest increases in the country of adults walking at least once a week, new figures have revealed.
A gallery in west Suffolk is delighted to announce the forthcoming exhibition of Sudbury-based artist and photographer Noel Myles.
The Minister for the Environment, Michael Gove, has insisted fishermen will get full control of British waters following Brexit.
Countryside described as being of “national importance” is at risk, campaigners say, as a developer launches a second bid to build a large housing estate there.
A popular car and motorcycle display has raised an estimated £40,000 for a hospice charity.
Water is back on for many homes in the west Suffolk villages Woolpit and Emswell.
The number of people moving to Suffolk and Essex from abroad has been falling following the Brexit vote, new figures show.
Just over 500 foam-covered fundraisers dashed across Christchurch Park in Ipswich today in the rain to pledge their support for St Elizabeth Hospice.
The massive contribution by the Windrush generation to British society has been celebrated in Ipswich.
It’s those little kindnesses that help get you through your day that happen at Meet up Mondays (MUM).
A couple who are mad about movies are ‘living the fairytale’ as they become the first people to tie the knot at their Suffolk cinema.
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