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Suffolk-based strategic communications agency Spring has renewed its contract to handle tourism marketing for the Moroccan National Tourist Office.

People living along a 183km stretch of Suffolk roads will witness the world’s greatest cyclists race past their doorsteps during Britain’s “premier” road event, which for the first time features a stage hosted entirely within the county.

Tendring is the antidepressant capital of East Anglia according to a new study – and the Suffolk districts of Waveney and Babergh are not far behind.

Adnams has formed a partnership with the Edge Hotel School in Colchester to offer two scholarships, worth £3,000 each, to students from Suffolk, Essex or Norfolk.

Brewing, distilling and leisure retail company Adnams today reported record annual sales and strong growth in bottom-line profits.

Southwold-based communications design firm Spring has recruited three new members of staff.

Southwold Library has teamed up with genealogist Lynn Taylor to offer people help researching their family history.

The Friends of Southwold Library (FoSL) is to hold a Big Book Sale on March 18.

Smart, punctual and a ‘voice like a foghorn’ – John Barber has all the attributes of a town crier.

More than a hundred people attended an event to offer their opinions on the future economy of a coastal town.

Wonderful walks, the best fish and chips, friendly people. Actor and author Hugh Fraser talks about why he loves living in Suffolk. Just don’t mention the trains...

The driver of a black Mini car is being sought by police after a woman was knocked off her bike and broke her leg in Suffolk today.

An annual event has marked the launch of the eagerly anticipated Southwold Arts Festival.

For 15-year-old Charlie Brooks the thrill and adrenaline he feels while racing his motorbike is a dream come true.

High Street traders are predicting “tragic” consequences if the Government sees through plans to raise business rates by an average of 177% in Southwold.

The House of Commons is set to approve the short Bill which gives the Prime Minister the authority to notify the EU that the UK is leaving, by triggering Article 50, writes Therese Coffey, Suffolk Coastal MP.

Fortnightly drop-in surgeries are being held by a police community support officer (PCSO) to offer a coastal community the opportunity to put a face to local policing.

The line-up for the eagerly anticipated Southwold Arts Festival 2017 has been announced.

Following last year’s decision to ask people to pay a precept for the first time in its history, a coastal town council has voted to maintain its precept at current levels.

He is a familiar figure to residents and tourists alike at a seaside town.

Traders worried that their business rates could more than double this year have had their fight taken to Whitehall by Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey.

Southwold-brewed Adnams Old Ale has been named Champion Beer of East Anglia by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

With its stunning scenery, unique charm and traditional character the seaside town of Southwold is no stranger to receiving national acclaim and praise.

Fourteen firms from across four counties are in contention for the 2017 East and East Anglia Family Business of the Year Award.

For many people, running a marathon is a once-in-a-lifetime achievement.

A Suffolk sculptor’s tribute to the late, great David Bowie is being shown at a film screening taking place on today’s anniversary of his death.

They serve and protect coastal communities 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

A father-of-two involved in a dramatic Suffolk river rescue has spoken of the terrifying moment he plunged into the wintery waters to save a family pet – only to realise there was no way back to dry land.

For more than 80 years St. Edmund’s Hall in Southwold has been at the heart of a coastal community.

Hundreds of people are expected to brave the bracing North Sea as they take the plunge for a number of different charities.

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