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Felixstowe & Walton venture south for a league tie this weekend with Tilbury FC who currently sit 18th in the Bostik North, writes Barry Grossmith.
Organisers of refurbishment work to a memorial boating lake have been forced to find a new contractor after the project was plagued by problems.
Town centres are changing. Across Suffolk, from Ipswich to Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury, commercial buildings are being converted into new homes in the heart of the community.
A Suffolk-based company is the subject of a new filmed business case study by mobile phone giant Vodafone.
Are you looking for fun things to do at half term which won’t cost a fortune? Here are 20 free and cheap activities to enjoy around Norfolk, Suffolk and north Essex.
Babies and toddlers from Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich took part in a Peppa Pig-themed danceathon to raise money for charity.
A double murder in the family of Thomas Gainsborough set him on his path to fame, it has been claimed after new research shed light on the early life of the world-renowned artist.
The volunteer head gardener at a popular Sudbury museum has been recognised with a prestigious award following 14 years of service.
AFC Sudbury will unveil their new LED Floodlights tomorrow night in an exhibition match against an Ipswich Town U23s, writes Darren Theobald.
We tried the food at this Sicilian/Italian restaurant in central Ipswich.
The mayor of Sudbury was among the guests at an awards ceremony which honoured green-fingered enthusiasts in the town.
Money raised from a fete on the outskirts of Sudbury has been donated to a woodland charity which helps people with illnesses and learning difficulties.
Suffolk police are calling for witnesses after a ram raid at a shop in Long Melford village.
A debate held in Ipswich urged members of the community to talk openly and to “role model reasonable debate” about issues relating to Israel.
Approval has been given for £1.1million of cash to be pumped into key projects in Babergh.
Valuables – including wallets, watches and a laptop – were stolen following a burglary in Sudbury town centre.
Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he reviews a few of the more local events
Football Writer Carl Marston dons his anorak to visit clubs in the region (and beyond) in his quest for good football and a good cup of tea. Here he heads to Coles Park, again
People claiming Universal Credit in our region are struggling to feed themselves, clothe their children and keep up with rent and bills, an investigation by this newspaper has revealed.
Senior Babergh councillor Margaret Maybury is facing calls to stand down after she was accused of making derogatory comments about people with mental health problems at a conference on the subject.
Thetford mountain biker Lee Woodcock raced through the night to win the solo category in the One Night In Thetford 12-hour night race in the forest near Brandon.
The rollout of flagship welfare reform Universal Credit is almost complete in Suffolk and north Essex – with every district due to be phased in by January 2019.
Staff and volunteers from a Sudbury charity shop will take to the catwalk for a fundraising fashion show.
An award-winning counselling service is celebrating further expansion after opening a new office in Bury St Edmunds.
A business case report on a proposed bypass for Sudbury was altered to play down its environmental impact on the town’s surrounding countryside, a county councillor has claimed.
Whether you love or loathe Halloween everyone enjoys getting creative with friends and family and carving quirky designs into a pumpkin.
A Suffolk council criticised for not having provision for people to access services without heading into Ipswich has confirmed a second pop-up customer service site in Hadleigh.
Over 70 children in Sudbury have taken part in St Gregory CEVC Primary School’s first ever Off By Heart Poetry Festival to celebrate National Poetry Day.
An award winning counselling service is celebrating further expansion after opening a new office in Bury St Edmunds.
Manager Jamie Bradbury says tomorrow night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie presents an opportunity for his Long Melford players to ‘get back on the horse’ after their heavy defeat on Saturday, writes Nick Garnham.
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