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A Suffolk writer and historian has spoken of his excitement after being asked to work as a producer on a brand new feature film shot in East Anglia.
Quizzes make a great night out. But the first question is to answer is, where in Suffolk can you find a good quiz night to enjoy? Here are 10 suggestions.
A Suffolk mental health support group has received a £500 donation towards a minibus so it can offer more day trips.
The people of Hadleigh have once again found themselves in a rather sticky situation, after a beekeeper was called for the second time in two weeks to rescue swarms from local schools.
A host of bands are set to perform at a west Suffolk pub in memory of a much-loved music fan who lost his battle with cancer.
Animal rights protestors held one of their regular “vigils” at a Suffolk slaughterhouse this morning.
We take a look at some of the Suffolk pubs which have outdoor sitting so you can enjoy a nice cold beverage in the sun.
Hundreds of school pupils, children and families took on a 2k road race challenge this afternoon as part of the Twilight 5k event at Ipswich Waterfront.
A Suffolk mother and son have been left “humbled” by the support shown to their attempts to turn personal tragedy into a way of helping others.
For slimmers Anna Thomason and Alison Gardiner, losing weight proved to be about much more than dropping dress sizes.
An Ipswich band has thanked the legions of fans who donated thousands of pounds to fund its newly released album.
An Essex imam has said the Islamic community had been “disturbed” after a letter calling for violence against Muslims was sent to a mosque in Colchester - and three others across the country.
An abusive letter containing non-harmful white powder was sent to a mosque in Priory Street on May 2.
It started out as a Facebook group set up to ask people for wool donations to enable knitters to create items which can be worn by premature babies.
A well-known “pillar of the community” has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to a Bury St Edmunds estate.
A couple from Ipswich have launched a fun and friendly service to support people with mental health issues in Stonham Barns.
The world’s longest continuous inflatable obstacle course – The Labyrinth Challenge – is coming to Ipswich.
Concerns have been raised after small canisters of nitrous oxide – also known as laughing gas – were found at a west Suffolk beauty spot.
Organisers of a family-friendly Suffolk music festival which has raised more than £200,000 for charity since it was launched more than 20 years ago have announced this year’s line-up.
Fire crews remain on the scene investigating what they described as a ‘challenging’ fire last night.
Police have seen a more than fivefold increase in crimes reported online in Suffolk since the launch of a new website.
Demands for a parish poll to bring about mass resignation at a troubled Suffolk council have been deemed invalid – leading to further division in the town.
A council leader is urging the region’s businesses to grasp millions of pounds worth of contract opportunities from the United States Air Force (USAF).
Over 100 Ipswich locals are set to come together this weekend to “finish” the London Marathon in memory of 29-year-old Matt Campbell, who collapsed on Sunday with 3.7 miles left to run.
A self-taught artist from Suffolk is in the running for a brand new prize celebrating the work of people on the autistic spectrum.
A black tie charity ball is taking place to collect cash for an Ipswich-based baby bereavement support group.
James Sheen is like a kid with a new toy.
Organisers of a new scheme tackling loneliness in Suffolk have been left “buzzing” after 11 venues signed up to host events – including five launching today.
Superman, Snow White and Pinocchio were all pictured at a Felixstowe school in 1995, which can only mean one thing - pupils were enjoying World Book Day!
Two brothers from Suffolk are driving to Benidorm in Del Boy’s famous three-wheeler to raise money for Barking Pre-school.
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