March 8 2014 Latest news:
Specially-trained dogs were today brought in to search woodland where a bone was found as part of the inquiry into missing Hollesley teenager Luke Durbin.
Children at schools and libraries across the county embraced the magic of storytelling and reading for World Book Day.
A homeless puppy is in need of a ‘facelift’ to prevent his sight from being permanently damaged.
He’s named after one of fiction’s most famous characters, but Heathcliff the dog’s involvement with literature doesn’t end there.
From the ashes of one of Ipswich’s biggest eye-sores a project has begun which aims to give back to the community an open and shared space.
A fake video purporting to be a leaked National Trust advert could draw tourists to some of Suffolk’s top landmarks, historical buildings and dramatic coastline this summer.
Britannia Primary School received a visit from members of the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) this week when they were presented with a trophy as the first Suffolk Farming School of the Year.
Suffolk’s latest singing sensation Jade Peters has gone back to school.
A family of six has escaped from a “ferocious” house fire in Capel St Mary this morning.
Her name divides opinion to this day.